Recovery Unplugged

Nashville
Drug & Alcohol Rehab

4.8 (192 Reviews)

Music is our medicine. And nowhere is that more true than Nashville, home of the famous Grand Ole Opry, The Country Music Hall of Fame and one of our most popular behavioral health centers. Known for its caring, professional staff and homey atmosphere, Nashville offers an ideal place to let the music assisted healing begin.

Recovery Unplugged

Nashville
Services

Learn more about the full suite of services we offer to help you along your recovery journey. Talk to a counselor at Recovery Unplugged, Nashville.

  • Medical Detox

    Medical Detoxification

    We provide expert medical care from acute withdrawal symptoms. Our compassionate, highly trained, doctors and nurses are here to help.

  • Behavioral Rehab

    Behavioral Rehabilitation

    Dynamic music-assisted rehab programs let you to address the root causes and triggers of your substance use while developing coping mechanisms to avoid relapse in long-term recovery.

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    Outpatient & Intensive
Outpatient Care

    Our customized, treatment
programs allow you to get the care you need for alcohol and drug addiction (programs 6-12 weeks).

  • Pet Icon

    Pet Friendly Rehab

    Our center recognizes the therapeutic value of pets in the healing process. Bring your furry friend for more comfort throughout
your recovery journey.

  • Medication

    Medication Assisted
Treatment

    Our trusted and reputable medical staff provides FDA-approved medications to help assist therapy and reduce the effects of
withdrawal and cravings.

  • Music Note Gold

    Music Assisted Treatment

    We use music as a catalyst to help our clients build trust, process trauma and more readily embrace treatment. It’s a part everything we do.

Recovery Unplugged

Nashville
Amenities

No matter how long you’re here, or what level of care you need, Recovery Unplugged Nashville is committed to providing a safe, supportive, comfortable and dignified care experience. Facility amenities will vary based on levels of care.

  • Beautiful, comfortable, living spaces
  • Chef-prepared meals
  • World-class doctors and nurses
  • Fully equipped music spaces
  • Freshly prepared meals and snacks
  • Musical performances
  • Gym and recreational facilities
  • Fire pit, game room and recreational facilities

ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE

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MUSIC MAKES
THE DIFFERENCE

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Nearly all insurances welcomed and accepted

Recovery Unplugged
Drug & Alcohol Rehab

255 Wilson Pike Cir
Brentwood, TN 37027
(615)-616-9685

Nashville
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
RESOURCE GUIDE

How to choose the best alcohol and drug rehab center in Nashville

When choosing a drug or alcohol rehab center in Nashville, there’s a lot to consider. Be sure to look for multiple levels of care, innovative therapies, and LGBTQ+ or gender-specific treatment.

How to pay for the addiction treatment you need

Whether you have insurance from your employer or a private healthcare plan, it’s common for addiction treatment programs to have pre-negotiated terms with major health insurance companies as an in-network provider. There may also be private payment plans and grants from SAMHSA, the VA, Medicare, Medicaid, or other charitable organizations available.

Start your journey to recovery in
Nashville today

The Recovery Unplugged drug rehab centers provide a safe and supportive environment where you’re among like-minded, goal-oriented individuals like you. Together, you can all pursue treatment, attend group therapy, and enjoy the support of a recovery community. You don’t have to do this alone, reach out to one of our caring & compassionate admissions coordinators today and start your recovery journey.

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Help for addiction in
Nashville

Battling an alcohol or substance abuse disorder can be isolating and scary. The help you need is only a phone call away.

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FAQS: Nashville

SOBER THINGS
TO DO IN NASHVILLE

The Parthenon at Centennial Park

70,000

According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, approximately 70,000 residents suffer from opioid use disorder.

80%

At least 80% of all crime committed in Tennessee is related to substance abuse and drug trafficking.

Emergency Services for Addiction in Nashville

Nashville General Hospital
1818 Albion St
Nashville, TN 37208
615-341-4000
Open 24 Hours

TriStar Skyline
Medical Center
3441 Dickerson Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
615-769-2000
Open 24 hours

TriStar Centennial Medical Center
2300 Patterson St
Nashville, TN 37203
615-342-1000
Open 24 hours

Metropolitan Nashville Police Department
5101 Harding Pl
Nashville, TN 37211
615-862-7744 or 911

Nashville
Fire Department E-9
601 2nd Ave S
Nashville, TN 37210
911
Open 24 Hours

Community Resources for Mental Health & Addiction in Nashville

Dual Diagnosis
Anonymous
Find DDA meetings
near me here.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Find an AA meeting
near me here.

Narcotics
Anonymous
Find an NA meeting
near me here.

Narcan Classes
and Overdose Prevention
Training
Find Narcan training
near me here.

SMART
Recovery
For a SMART Recovery meeting near me, see here for in-person and online options.

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towards recovery

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[2] McGovern, M. P., Lambert-Harris, C., Gotham, H. J., Claus, R. E., & Xie, H. (2014, March). Dual diagnosis capability in mental health and addiction treatment services: An assessment of programs across multiple State Systems. Administration and policy in mental health. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3594447/ on May 2, 2023

[3]Tennessee State Government – TN.gov. (n.d.). Opioids. Retrieved from https://www.tn.gov/tbi/crime-issues/crime-issues/opioids.html on May 2, 2023