Nashville Suboxone Clinic for Opioid Addiction.

Our Nashville outpatient substance abuse treatment program is lead by nationally renowned, Board Certified Preventative Medicine and Addiction Specialists.

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Nashville Addiction Clinic (Suboxone Clinic)

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Staff was very helpful very nice people. Love this place I would recommend this place to any one.
Russell Anthony, 3/17/2020
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Definitely a place that cares and trys to meet your goals for your health. Friendly staff and not just here to take your money.
Greg Thomas, 3/11/2020

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Nashville Addiction Clinic?

At Nashville Addiction Clinic is an outpatient opioid addiction facility, specializing in medication assisted treatment (MAT). We provide Nashville patients and their families a concierge treatment option in a judgement free environment. Utilizing medications like Suboxone, we are able to help eliminate withdrawals, cravings, and generate momentum for long term sobriety.

What will happen on my first Nashville clinic visit?

On your first visit you will arrive at our private Nashville Suboxone clinic, where you will be greeted in reception by our Care Team. They will collect some information from you, and have you complete a new patient packet. After you’ve finished your paperwork, someone from our lab will collect a urine specimen. This is so our therapists and doctors can identify what might be lingering in your system. It is NOT a “gotcha” moment, as we are here only to help you on your new journey to wellness. Once finished with the lab, a therapist will call you back to begin your introductory assessment. This is designed to help understand where you are, how you’ve gotten to this point, and what we can do to help you on the road to recovery. After your therapist has completed your assessment, your doctor will call you back to begin your clinical assessment. They will work with you, one on one, to determine how to best establish long term success in your road to recovery. The doctor will likely discuss options for medically assisted detox in the cases of opiate addiction. Withdrawal symptoms are both painful and uncomfortable. It is our priority that you experience little to no withdrawals. Which is why the doctor will carefully and thoughtfully review treatment options with you. We will want to help get you feeling better as soon as possible. By the time you leave our Nashville addiction clinic, you will have a team of people dedicated to your long term sobriety. Our Suboxone clinic Care Team, therapists, and doctors, will all treat you as an individual, not a number.

What other services do you provide at your Nashville addiction clinic?

In our experience, many patients are battling more than just substance abuse. Nashville substance abuse treatment in many cases means addressing other obstacles. Depression and anxiety often go hand in hand with addiction. There may be underlying issues that need to be unearthed for long term success in sobriety. While medications like Suboxone may help to address withdrawals, cravings, and aid in building momentum; it’s important not to overlook other potential challenges. Our therapist and doctors believe in creating success by looking at every patient as a whole. Fixing one problem can sometimes simply expose another. We want to create stability and success that lasts.

Do you accept insurance?

Nashville Addiction Clinic is a concierge style treatment center. This means we have fixed weekly, bi-monthly, and monthly rates to include all services. Our Suboxone clinic staff will help complete prior-authorizations on medication for patients with insurance, and we will also provide you with insurance reimbursement receipts to submit to your insurance company.

How early should I arrive for my first visit?

On your first visit to Nashville Addiction Clinic it’s always good to arrive 30min early to fill out paperwork for your new patient packet. After you’ve completed your first appointment we recommend arriving 15min early.

What should I bring to my first Nashville Addiction Clinic appointment?

For your first appointment make sure to bring a current ID, along with any prescribed medications, and over the counter medications that you are currently taking.

Are you accepting new patients?

Yes! Nashville Addiction Clinic is accepting new patients, and would be happy to schedule you for your first visit. Please give us a call at 615-927-7802. Ask about our *$100 New Beginnings program with up to a year of free medication (some restrictions apply).

Is it ok if I don’t live in Nashville, but want to become a patient at Nashville Addiction Clinic?

Our doctors and therapist see patients from all over. Make sure to let us know where you’ll be coming from. Patients looking for a Suboxone clinic and traveling to us from outside a two hour radius may require additional information.

What if I can’t make my appointment, or I’m going to be late?

If you can’t make your appointment please inform us within 24 hours of your scheduled time. If you’re going to be late, please give us as much notice as possible, so that we can make adjustments if necessary.

Where can I find directions to Nashville Addiction Clinic near us?

If you go to the ‘Contact’ page of our website you will find a map and some step by step directions or click here for directions to our Suboxone clinic. We also recommend that patients ask us to text them a GPS “pin” that they can select using their cell phone, and follow the GPS right to us!

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