Nashville, Tennessee (March 7,2021) – Today the Nashville Suboxone Clinic opened for business. The newly established Nashville Suboxone Clinic provides an opioid addiction treatment for people suffering from opiate dependence and is funded through a fee-for-service basis, which is the only way to provide quality care in Nashville. The Clinic offers a comprehensive range of inpatient, residential, and outpatient services for individuals struggling to overcome their addiction to prescription medications. Inpatient services include detoxification management; medically supervised detox; counseling and social service programs; individual and family therapy; and pharmacy services.
The Nashville Suboxone Clinic Offers an Epidural Treatment Option
The Nashville Suboxone Clinic offers a residential treatment option for people suffering from an opioid addiction. The goal of the Nashville Suboxone Clinic is to provide high-quality medical care, individual and family therapy, and comprehensive counseling services. The Nashville Suboxone Clinic prides itself on being the city’s “culpritless alcohol and drug treatment center.” The goal of the program is to educate and provide treatment for all people struggling to overcome opioid addiction, while working to ensure optimal health and safety.
Suboxone is one of several medications used as an opioid addiction treatment center. Medications like OxyContin and Methadone are both obtained by prescription and are designed to control or reduce the withdrawal of narcotics. While methadone is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for short-term use, addiction to heroin and morphine is considered a serious condition, requiring specialized treatment. For individuals who are suffering from an addiction to prescription medications and who lack safe access to inpatient treatment, the Nashville Suboxone Clinic can provide outpatient services and medical care.