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Nashville Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Resource Guide

Local Resources To Start Your Recovery Journey and Get Free From Drug & Alcohol Addiction in Nashville.

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If You Are Struggling With Addiction or Mental Health Conditions in Nashville, This Guide Will Help You Find Recovery.

Music City. The Parthenon. Andrew Jackson’s home. The Grand Ole Opry. Everything about our beloved city inspires the idea of vibrancy, history, and diversity. That includes our community resources for behavioral health and recovery programs.

If you struggle with substance abuse and mental health challenges, we know this creates obstacles that can upset the trajectory of your life. Let’s get you back on track with these local resources for recovery and support.

Levels of Care Available for Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Nashville

Whether you’re struggling with drug addiction, mental health, or a dual diagnosis, Nashville treatment centers play a critical role in identifying, addressing, and reducing substance use disorders in our communities.[1] These recovery centers provide valuable support and practical resources for lifelong sobriety.

Medical Detox

Detoxification is often the most difficult phase of recovery. Medical detox helps to alleviate withdrawal symptoms with medication-assisted treatment. 

Inpatient Treatment

Residential programs at an addiction treatment center allow you to stay focused on your recovery without any distractions.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

After attending a detox center or residential program, full-time treatment begins in an outpatient, partial hospitalization program for five days per week.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

After detoxification or an inpatient program, you can begin full-time treatment while still having the freedom to live at home. Outpatient partial hospitalization programs are five days per week for several hours per day.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)

Intensive outpatient programs provide a balance between full-time treatment and your daily responsibilities, with sessions three days per week.

Outpatient Treatment

Participating in outpatient rehab programs offers more flexibility to maintain daily responsibilities outside treatment with weekly sessions. As

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Medical studies reveal that 36.5% of adults with a substance use disorder also have a dual diagnosis or co-occurring mental health disorder.[2] When it comes to treating both substance abuse and mental health side-by-side, integrated treatment is the best approach. By providing patients with a customized treatment plan that addresses every facet of their needs, they will have a higher chance of success.

Long-Term Recovery: Aftercare

From 12-step programs and support groups to relapse prevention training and emergency plans, it’s all part of a long-term aftercare plan.

Christian Addiction Treatment

Recovery Unplugged offers Christian addiction treatment in several regions; this treatment incorporates Christian music, Bible study, Christian 12-step, and more. We also have an index of many local Christian support groups that can assist you in your addiction recovery journey. To learn more, check out our resources on finding Christian recovery support in Nashville and Tennessee.

How to Choose the Right Rehab Center for You 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.

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    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.

    Local Stats You Need to Know

    According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), approximately 70,000 residents suffer from opioid use disorder (OUD). The Volunteer State takes a troubling third place among states with severe prescription drug abuse. Additionally, at least 80% of all crime committed in Tennessee is related to substance abuse and drug trafficking.[3]

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    You or your loved one don’t have to struggle alone. Your journey to healing and recovery will be easier with support and evidence-based treatment. Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options and receive an assessment to determine what dual diagnosis or substance abuse treatment service is right for you.

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    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. 

    Frequently Asked Questions About Attending Rehab in Nashville, TN

    What are the different types of detox in Nashville?

    Learn more about specific detox programs:

    How long is drug therapy?

    While everyone's recovery journey is unique, most participants are enrolled in drug therapy for at least 30 to 90 days.

    What are the first signs of addiction?

    An addiction or alcohol or substance use disorder is defined as an inability to stop or reduce intake of a harmful substance despite negative consequences. Someone struggling with addiction may spend a significant amount of time thinking about the substance, recovering from using the substance, withdrawing from social activities, and experiencing relational and financial problems.

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    Other Nearby Locations

    Emergency Services for Addiction in Tennessee

    Nashville General Hospital

    1818 Albion St, Nashville, TN 37208


    Open 24 Hours

    TriStar Skyline Medical Center

    3441 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN 37207


    Open 24 hours

    TriStar Centennial Medical Center

    2300 Patterson St, Nashville, TN 37203


    Open 24 hours

    Metropolitan Nashville Police Department

    5101 Harding Pl, Nashville, TN 37211

    615-862-7744 or 911

    Nashville FD E-9

    601 2nd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37210

    Call 911

    Open 24 hours

    Sober Activities in Nashville


    [1] Understanding dual diagnosis. NAMI. (n.d.). Retrieved from on May 2, 2023

    [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 on May 2, 2023

    [3]Tennessee State Government - (n.d.). Opioids. Retrieved from on May 2, 2023