Recovery NOW specializes in Medication-Assisted Treatment

We prescribe Suboxone and offer therapy to patients in a
confidential, respectful and professional setting.

Serving Tennessee with locations in Nashville, Clarksville and Ashland City

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Welcome To

Recovery NOW

Opioid misuse is a national crisis that impacts millions of lives and compromises public health and welfare.

According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, about 92,000 people died from drug overdoses in 2020, making overdose a leading cause of injury-related death in the United States. Of those deaths, 75% involved a prescription or illicit opiate. Drug overdose deaths continue to increase in the United States. In recent years, more people have died from overdose than car wreck.
Addiction Recovery Nashville
What we do

Suboxone Medication-Assisted Treatment

Opioid addiction is compulsory use of an opioid despite negative consequences.

Any patient who uses an opioid or opiate may become dependent on the substance. Opioids reduced the ability to perceive pain and cause euphoria by attaching to opioid receptors in the brain.

The brief high experienced from opiate abuse is soon replaced by negative consequences that accompany addiction. Complications of opioid misuse include nausea, vomiting, constipation, fatigue, slow heart rate, shallow breathing and altered mental status.

Recovery NOW treats patients who suffer from opioid use disorder as patients with a legitimate disease rather than a moral failing.

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4515 Harding Pike, Ste 327 Nashville, TN 37205

Phone: (615) 416-8010
Fax: (615) 915-3436

1816 Memorial Circle Clarksville, TN 37043

Phone: (615) 416-8010
Fax: (931) 494-8096

202 North Main Street, Ste 5 Ashland City, TN 37015

Phone: (615) 416-8010
Fax: (615) 845-7028

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Recover From Opioid Addiction

Since opioid addiction covers a broad spectrum of patients, it is imperative that you receive an individual assessment that covers everything from circumstances surrounding first use to level of dependence and other conditions. This allows doctors at Recovery NOW to tailor an opioid addiction treatment plan that gives you the best chance for lasting recovery.

A Combined Approach to Treatment

The most common course of treatment for an opioid addiction is medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and behavioral therapy.

A strong correlation exists between MAT and reduction of relapse.

Suboxone maintenance (MAT) combines buprenorphine/naloxone with counseling and behavioral therapies. 

Most MAT programs use one or more of the following medications:

  • Active ingredients are
    buprenorphine and naloxone
  • Used to treat opiate
    addiction and withdrawal
  • Administered via sublingual film or tablet
  • Blocks opiate effects
  • Reduces cravings
  • Given as an injection (Vivitrol shot) or in pill form
  • Extended-release
  • Monthly injection

Consult with a board-certified addiction specialist at Recovery NOW to determine a treatment plan that is right for you.

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We Are In-Network with All Major Insurers

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Suboxone Therapy Occurs in 3 Stages

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Induction Phase

Establishes the dose of the medication

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Stabilization Phase

The minimal dose required to
avoid withdrawal symptoms is
established, the patient continues
to use the medication and refrains from opioid use

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Maintenance Phase

Occurs once a stable minimal dose is determined

Suboxone treatment works by blocking opioid receptors, preventing overdose, and decreasing cravings for more opioids. Managing withdrawal symptoms and reducing cravings is the first step to overcoming addiction. Your doctor will develop an action plan specifically for you. Tennessee Medicaid subscribers have access to Recovery NOW as well as prescriptions in major pharmacies such as Walgreens and CVS.

Medically supervised withdrawal is the safest way to detox from opioids. Under the care of your doctor, you will receive a specialized plan based on your history.

Opioid Treatment
From Home

Chat with your doctor from home using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

As a patient, you receive the same level of care as you would going into a clinic but with less time traveling or in a waiting room. You will receive a personalized recovery plan and continue treatment until recovery is complete. Overcoming addiction may seem daunting, but Recovery NOW removes roadblocks by providing an easy way to access the care you need using the latest technology.

Telemedicine is covered by insurance companies as well as Tenncare (Medicaid) that covers the cost of treatment.

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