With Recovery NOW, Suboxone clinic in Clarksville, you can get the medication-assisted treatment (MAT) you need to help you manage withdrawal symptoms and address the underlying causes of substance use.
Our MAT program includes not only medication management, but also behavioral therapy. During our program, you will still be able to balance work, family, or school responsibilities during recovery.
Ready to take the first step? Recovery NOW offers Suboxone treatment in near you Clarksville which includes MAT treatment and behavioral therapy for opioid addiction. We’ll give you a safe and confidential space to heal – and help is just a phone call away.
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Our Clarksville, TN Suboxone clinic is located at:
1816 Memorial Cir
Clarksville, TN 37043
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Suboxone Clinic for MAT Treatment in Clarksville, TN
If you or a loved one are struggling with opioid addiction, then you understand the toll it can take. Hydrocodone, oxycodone, OxyContin, heroin, and fentanyl are highly addictive drugs that take hold of the mind and body – stopping suddenly can be life-threatening.
It’s not a matter of willpower. Opioid withdrawal symptoms can last for weeks or months, preventing you from managing the responsibilities of daily life. Even when the withdrawal stops, the body takes time to rebalance and rebound.
Treatment with Suboxone can manage the symptoms of withdrawal, including the cravings. MAT gives the body and mind support to chemically rebalance and focus on moving forward on a sober path.
What Is Suboxone Treatment Like at Recovery NOW?
Opioid addiction is a broad spectrum, which is why everything starts with a thorough assessment at Recovery NOW. Our initial assessment evaluates your physical and mental health, level of dependence, and motivators for opioid use to determine an individualized opioid addiction treatment plan that sets the stage for long-term recovery and sobriety.
Suboxone is a chosen prescription medication that aids in opioid addiction recovery due to its active ingredient, buprenorphine. This is a partial opioid agonist that works on the same brain receptors that get triggered when you take opioids. But unlike opioids, it does not lead to the same effects.
The other active ingredient in Suboxone is naloxone, an opioid antagonist that counteracts the effects of opioids in the body. These ingredients work together to produce a “ceiling effect,” meaning that the euphoric effects won’t increase with more use. This reduces the likelihood of misuse and overdose.
The Suboxone / MAT program at Recovery NOW has several phases:
Your first month of recovery requires weekly visits, which may be in person or with telemedicine. Induction is designed to transition from harmful narcotics to safer Suboxone medications, minimizing withdrawal and cravings.
After a month of Suboxone treatment, you should be feeling relief from withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings for more mental clarity. During the stabilization phase of treatment, counseling and behavioral therapies are beneficial to address the underlying causes of addiction and learn the coping mechanisms and stress management techniques to move forward in a healthy manner. Regular visits are then used to monitor progress.
Once you’re feeling better and your everyday life becomes more manageable, your Suboxone program may be adjusted. You may have a lower daily dose of Suboxone or possibly taper off Suboxone to move forward without the need for medication.
A Combined Approach to MAT
MAT is a thoroughly researched, FDA-approved treatment for opioid addiction that’s recommended by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and other major health organizations.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to opioid addiction, so we address each patient with a tailored treatment plan that includes a combination of medication, behavioral therapy, and counseling.
Suboxone is the preferred medication to relieve symptoms and cravings while normalizing and rebalancing brain chemistry, but there are other medication options. Depending on your history, struggles, and goals, you may be on a program that includes Suboxone, Naltrexone (Vivitrol), or Sublocade, a type of extended-release buprenorphine given by injection.
MAT Telehealth in Clarksville
You have options if you’re interested in the Recovery NOW MAT program but don’t live near one of our locations in Clarksville, Nashville, or Ashland City. Our MAT telehealth program allows anyone to get the help they need, regardless of location or schedule.
Our licensed Suboxone doctors are available online 24/7 and provide prescriptions the same day, which can be filled at your preferred local pharmacy. In addition, you’ll have a team of compassionate and experienced healthcare professionals for health screenings, individual, group, and family counseling, and recovery support services as part of a personalized treatment plan.
Telemedicine may be covered by major insurance companies and TennCare (Medicaid).
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Suboxone Clinic and Addiction Recovery in Clarksville
Is Suboxone treatment the right plan for you or your loved one? Learn more about our services at Recovery NOW.