Recovery Unplugged


Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville


Prescription drug abuse and addiction are among the country's leading public health crises. Several prescription medications are driving overdoses, including benzodiazepines, antidepressants, painkillers, and stimulants. Prescription medication abuse can lead to several health, personal, and legal issues like any other drug addiction. Many find it difficult to reach out for help because of the stigma surrounding drug addiction.

Many assume that prescription medications are safe, and if they know they have a high potential for addiction, they believe they will never get addicted. However, many prescription medications cause physical dependence, and sometimes quickly. Abusing prescription medications can also lead to several dangerous complications, including an overdose. However, there is help available.

Prescription medication addiction requires comprehensive professional help from a drug treatment center. Finding a top-rated prescription drug rehab in Nashville, Tennessee can be overwhelming, especially if you are already dealing with addiction's physical and psychological effects. With Recovery Unplugged, you can feel confident that you will receive some of the best addiction treatment available in Nashville, Tennessee.

Our comprehensive treatment programs in the Music City are customized to each individual to fit their needs. Personalized treatment plans can address the unique challenges every person faces with addiction. Those looking for substance use disorder treatment centers in Nashville can rely on Recovery Unplugged to treat addiction's psychological, behavioral, and physical aspects. Our multiple levels of care can meet anyone at any part of their recovery journey.

Prescription drug addiction can catch you off guard, but we are ready to help get your life back in order. Our drug rehab aims to help you heal from the effects of addiction while also helping you develop coping techniques and life skills to avoid relapse.

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Prescription drug rehab is very similar to traditional drug rehab, and you may feel frightened or shameful about entering drug rehab. Still, all our Recovery Unplugged locations are staffed with caring, supportive employees who focus on helping you heal from addiction with zero judgment.

Drug rehab looks different for each person, and several factors will play into what your drug rehab plan and stay will look like. For many, the first step in recovery is detox, eliminating all toxic substances in their systems. If you need detox and have not done so yet, the first part of your recovery program will be a medical detox.

When you check into a medically assisted treatment detox, our medical staff will perform a thorough psychological and physical examination to help them create a customized treatment plan for you. During this part of recovery, you will be monitored 24/7, so our trained doctors and nurses can administer any medications to ease your withdrawal symptoms or ensure your safety. Drug detox with us allows you to receive clinical and emotional support during this challenging process. It can also increase your chances of completing detox instead of giving in to cravings or relapsing to reduce withdrawal symptoms when you are on your own.

Once you have completed prescription drug detox or done so outside our facility, the next step is to enter drug rehab. Drug rehab can look several ways depending on the level of care you and your addiction counselor decide together is the best option. Levels of care include inpatient treatment, outpatient drug rehab in Nashville, partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), or telehealth/virtual rehab.

All levels of care include the same evidence-based addiction treatment therapies; the difference is how many hours you dedicate to recovery a week. Some of the prescription drug rehab treatments included at Recovery Unplugged Nashville include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT skills), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS therapy), medication-assisted treatment (MAT), family therapy, and music-assisted treatment. All parts of our addiction treatment program will include some form of music-assisted therapy, which aims to help you find the root of your addiction, express emotions more easily, and heal from addiction through the power of music. Our program goes beyond music therapy available in other drug and alcohol rehabs.

Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville
Recovery Unplugged Nashville

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What you can expect during your personalized prescription drug rehab experience will be unique to you. Depending on your level of care, you may reside at our treatment facility. Our inpatient medical detox is overseen by specially trained nurses and doctors who can administer FDA-approved medications to manage your withdrawal symptoms. During this time, you will start seeing your counselor, who can help you navigate the many emotions that come out during the withdrawal process.

Our inpatient prescription drug rehab in Nashville will allow you to immerse yourself in recovery and healing without outside distractions fully. You will be assigned to one of our comfortable residences with modern fixtures. Our Nashville property features 35 beds, with the option of VIP suites for those who need extra privacy during their stay. Our on-site amenities include a fitness center, outdoor spaces, a "zen" room, a "jam" room, game rooms, laundry facilities, a ping pong table, and basketball courts. You will also be given chef-prepared meals as well as 24/7 security.

Our inpatient clients can also use phones after a blackout period at designated times. Recovery Unplugged in Music City is also pet-friendly, allowing patients to bring their non-aggressive dog or cat. Pets can be a tremendous asset to addiction recovery and can reduce loneliness. It is important to note that pets must be up to date on vaccinations, and patients are responsible for feeding, walking, and an enclosure to keep them safe.

The next level of care is outpatient treatment. Whether you choose to start here or as a next step down from inpatient care, this can provide an incredible support system to transition back into life. With outpatient care, you will live at home and attend addiction treatment therapies for several hours a week, depending on your chosen program. This is an excellent option for people with responsibilities at home, work, or with a family that does not allow them to attend inpatient rehab.


Prescription drug rehab length varies from person to person, and those with more severe or prolonged addictions may require longer stays. If you need medical detox as your first step, that stage of treatment usually lasts between five to seven days. Residential treatment lasts seven to 24 days, a partial hospitalization program (PHP) lasts 10 to 15 days, and our intensive outpatient treatment can last between 10 to 30 days. Treatment length can always be adjusted based on your progress and moving up or down levels of care.


Several medications can have the potential for addiction, including Ativan, Xanax, Valium, Klonopin, Oxycodone, Vicodin, Fentanyl, Morphine, and stimulants like Dexedrine, Ritalin, and Adderall. Several sleep medications like Ambien, Sonata, and Lunesta can also cause a physical dependency. We have successfully treated several of these prescription drug addictions at Recovery Unplugged. Some of the top abused prescription medications include:

Painkillers and Prescription Opioids

Any type of opioid has many risk factors, including a high potential for addiction and overdosing. These medications include painkillers like Fentanyl, Oxycodone, Morphine, and Hydrocodone. Many Heroin users have reported that prescription opioids led them to seek heroin.

Anti-Anxiety Medications and Sedatives

Mainly prescribed to deal with sleep and anxiety disorders, they can be highly effective but also highly addictive. The body can become dependent on these medications and build tolerance, needing more of the drug to feel its effects. Many users misuse these medications by combining them with alcohol to get a higher impact, but this also comes with a risk of overdose.


Although people do not spend much time and money seeking antidepressants, the body can still become dependent on them. Many users experience withdrawal effects when attempting to stop using. Some common antidepressants include Prozac, Lexapro, and Zoloft.


Primarily prescribed to treat narcolepsy and ADHD, stimulants can easily be abused by people without these conditions to lose weight, stay awake, or gain better focus for more productivity. Adderall is often seen being shared among college students in an attempt to have better studying habits. However, they can quickly form a dependence when used regularly.

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Recovery Unplugged has helped thousands rebuild their health and lives since we opened our doors in 2013. Our multiple levels of care have allowed many to complete their full recovery with us. Our unique music-assisted treatment program enables many clients to access their emotions and get to the roof of their substance abuse disorder.

The Joint Commission fully accredits us, the gold standard in behavioral healthcare certification. Our Nashville, Tennessee location offers a full continuum of care, but we also have other U.S. sites that may better fit your needs. Our addiction specialists can help you make the best choice for you or your loved ones. Please don't let addiction rule your life for one more day; contact us today.




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