Recovery Unplugged


Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville


Recovery Unplugged is the top-rated outpatient rehab center for substance abuse in Nashville, TN, because we have a safe and welcoming facility that the Joint Commission accredits and our unique music-assisted treatment program. We believe in the power of music as medicine and incorporate listening, creating, and experiencing music into all levels of care throughout our drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs.

Whether you are a long-time drinker with chronic health issues who has been through the cycle of rehab and relapsing before or are somebody who has just begun to notice addictive traits in yourself for the first time, we can help you take back control over your life. We have the resources that will help you stay sober long-term after your alcoholism treatment program is complete.

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Believe it or not, it is possible to live everyday life, go to work and school, and still get the alcohol and drug addiction treatment you need. Outpatient rehab programs occur as you live outside the recovery center, either at home or in a sober living facility if you require extra support or a sober place to live. You can still spend time with friends and loved ones, keep your full-time job, and continue taking college courses while in a customized outpatient treatment plan through the Recovery Unplugged rehab center in Nashville.

There are several customizable levels of care available for you to choose from, and we will help guide you into a plan that will work for you. For example, staying in inpatient rehab may be better suited for people with severe addictions and mental health issues. In contrast, people with mild addictions without medical interventions may benefit more from our intensive outpatient program after detox. Some people cannot leave work or home at all for rehab, while others are more flexible, and some people’s insurance plans will only cover a certain number of days in inpatient care. At our rehab center in Nashville, we will ensure you are getting the level of care you need without having to jeopardize your career or spend your entire life savings. There are options, and we can customize your program so you can get back to your regular life as quickly as possible.


Some of the benefits of outpatient programs include:

  • Not having to jeopardize important life priorities like career advancement, scholarships at college, or child custody as you access needed drug and alcohol rehab programs.
  • Using the freedom to live at home with the support of family and loved ones and the option to move into a safe and sober living home if more structure is needed in your day-to-day life.
  • Opportunities to try out the new recovery skills you are learning in rehab in real-life scenarios, taking personal responsibility for your actions as you receive full support, therapy, and care.
  • Regular doctor’s appointments, medication management appointments, therapy sessions, group therapy, and life coaching sessions will keep you on track and improve your overall well-being daily.
  • Having a safe and structured place to go in our addiction treatment centers throughout the country, with peer support, caring professionals, and judgment-free care as needed.
  • Pay a lower price point than full inpatient alcohol and drug rehab.

Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville

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Many people with alcohol addictions need to enter a detox program before beginning rehab. We have an inpatient medical detox plan with 24-hour medical care from doctors and nurses, with medications provided for comfort and to help ease alcohol withdrawal symptoms, along with therapy, emotional care, and music-assisted treatments. Some patients will have a longer-term medically-assisted treatment in Nashville depending on individual needs.

Once you are medically stable and cleared for outpatient programming, you may move back home or into your sober living residence. Before your program begins, you and our team will work out a schedule that will suit your lifestyle, and you will come in for a variety of treatments and therapies that may include:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • One-on-one individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Music therapy and music-assisted treatment
  • Mental health disorders treatment (dual diagnosis)
  • Relapse prevention tools
  • TMS therapy (transcranial magnetic stimulation)
  • Evidence-based clinical practices
  • Trauma therapy treatment plans
  • Connections to 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Long-term monitoring and alumni services

Our experts will provide you with new recovery skills, coping skills, and relapse prevention techniques that will help you deal with alcohol cravings, temptations, or complex triggers on your own. You will also gain a whole recovery community of peers, alumni, and professionals who will be there to help you through these challenging times. We also offer case management services that will help you fill in the gaps, helping you find sober housing, work, and other social assistance programs and support groups you may need after treatment.

We have an employee assistance program that not only provides education to the workplace but ensures that those who need help with substance abuse are provided with the care they need without interrupting or damaging their career.

For those suffering from substance use disorders who cannot come to our Nashville, Tennessee location, we offer online treatment approaches in our virtual intensive outpatient program through a telehealth system. It provides drug and alcohol treatment like therapy, groups, and music-assisted outpatient treatments online.


Your length of time spent in outpatient rehab with our Nashville treatment center depends on the types of programs and treatments you end up utilizing. Our partial hospitalization program is usually 10 to 15 days long, while the intensive outpatient program can last anywhere from 10 to 30 days. You may also require some time in inpatient drug detox, which can last three to ten days on average.

The customizable levels of care in outpatient treatments can last as long as you want them to; there is no end date. Some patients may need to spend more time in outpatient care due to being on a Suboxone or Vivitrol detox plan for opioid or alcohol rehabilitation. In contrast, others may also need to spend some time in inpatient rehab, especially if they are in a dual diagnosis program for co-occurring mental health issues, suffering medical issues, or severe withdrawal symptoms.


The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Recovery Unplugged is a flexible, in-depth outpatient rehab program that allows enough independence to maintain a career or care for a family as you get the needed help. It will help you live your life while attending therapy, groups, medical appointments, and other treatments three hours a day for 10 to 30 days. You will have the opportunity to try out various treatment approaches, including behavioral therapy, music-assisted experiential therapy, and other evidence-based treatment. We can help you arrange transportation to and from your sessions, and we also offer an online version of the IOP for those who cannot come in person to our rehab centers in Nashville and throughout the US through a secure virtual telehealth platform.


In our Nashville, Tennessee, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) for alcohol and drug rehab, you may either live at home or in a sober living home. You can come in for treatments for six hours each day, making healing from drug addiction and alcohol addiction a priority in your life. The PHP is usually a short program, lasting 10 to 15 days on average and acting as a transition between detox or inpatient rehab and outpatient recovery programs.


You must be honest when deciding between the IOP and the PHP rehab program. An IOP is best suited to people with controlled withdrawal symptoms who can stay away from drugs and alcohol on their own. It is a good choice for people who feel ready to return to life, work, school, and family and have a sober-friendly and supportive place to live.

You may need to try a PHP if you need extra care or feel overwhelmed at the thought of returning to your job, family, or usual hangouts and friends. A PHP may also be a good idea if you have mental health issues and are still trying to get them under control.

Our drug addictions experts will help you decide which program to choose, and you are not stuck if you determine the level of care is not providing enough support or if you feel like you need more freedom. It can change and grow with you as your needs evolve throughout your addiction treatment program.

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Why Choose Recovery Unplugged?

At the Recovery Unplugged treatment facility, we infuse music into every person’s treatment plan, making your time with us more engaging and interesting and helping you open up to treatments in new ways. From our safe and effective medical detox programs, to LGBTQ + friendly rehab, including long-term medication-assisted treatment plans for those with severe addictions for withdrawal symptom management, to inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab options, our comprehensive alcohol rehab programs will help you heal your body, mind, and spirit. This process will help you grow as a person, regain your health and your strength, and learn new recovery and relapse prevention skills that will last you a lifetime.

Call our team today if you or your loved one is struggling with alcohol addiction and are looking for answers. We are in-network with most major insurance companies, and we may be able to help you navigate court systems, hold interventions, and get time off of work through our employment assistance programs. We are standing by, 24 hours a day, to take your call and help you begin down the road to long-term sobriety today.




Start Your Treatment 1 (855) 384-5794