How Much Does Your Addiction Cost You Each Month?

It’s interesting how many people struggle when they hear the cost of a monthly recovery program. Yet, when asked how much they spend on their addiction each month it’s often four or five times the cost. Keep in mind, a monthly recovery program at Nashville Recovery includes at least one doctor visit and up to four one on one sessions with a therapist.

Consider a monthly recovery program like ours costing $350 vs running up and down the streets chasing pills for $1500 per month or more. Not to mention the insanity people deal with while being addicted to pain pills and heroin.

Keep in mind, YOU are not your addiction. Most who are addicted are good people who are sick, and want to get better. They just need some help.
That’s where Nashville Recovery comes in, providing all the tools and support necessary to help people win their battle against addiction.

Ask yourself these questions about your addiction, and then make the call (or text) to set an appointment at Nashville Recovery:

  • Is your piece of mind worth $350 per month?
  • Is your family worth $350 per month?
  • Is your career worth $350 per month?
  • Is your life worth $350 per month?

We certainly think so!

Call or text Nashville Recovery today and end the cycle of madness narcotic addiction brings with it. Call or text: (615) 431-3701

Now that you have the solution, it’s a choice to stay addicted.

What is My Moment of Clarity in Recovery?

A “Moment of Clarity in Recovery” is different for everyone. It gets discussed in recovery rooms most every week. For some, this moment happens before starting a recovery program. For others, it happens after. So, what is this elusive thing we all seek in recovery?

What is the Moment of Clarity in Recovery?
The moment of clarity in recovery is the critical moment when a person realizes that their recovery is a decision. A decision they have to make, and is typically the starting point of when people take responsibility for their actions and take control of their life. It’s an awakening for most, as if waking up from a dream. It’s a realization that this life is the only one they’ve got, so they better make some changes or it’s going to suck.

Here are three real-world moment of clarity examples.

While Sitting in a Recovery Meeting

“Mine came shortly after I started going to AA meetings. I finally stopped looking at the differences between me and everyone else in the room, and began looking at the similarities. The moment I did this, I saw everyone in the room as an ally, vs. being “out to get me”. In that one moment, I realized I could do this thing called “recovery” with the help of an outpatient Suboxone program with therapy and the help of a 12-step program.”   A. S.

After Praying for the First Time

“I was too effected by the drugs I was taking to have any clarity. Taking Suboxone was like waking up for the first time in 10 years. I woke up one day and got on my knees to pray, which I had never done before. I asked God for help and told him that if he’d help me, I was willing to change my life. Nothing happened.

An hour later, and I can’t really explain this, I felt a warm-fuzzy feeling come over my body, over my soul. I felt relaxed for the first time as far as I can remember. In that one little moment I thought to myself, I can do this. I have the tools now. The medicine is allowing me to stay clean, and the therapy is helping clean out the issues I’ve been dealing with since birth. It was ceremonious, but I knew it was real, I knew in that one moment that I could do this. So far it’s working better than I could have ever dreamed.” L. D.

Not One, but Two Moments of Clarity

“I’ve had two moments of clarity. My sponsor calls these ‘gifts of the program’. The first was after starting a Suboxone program and going to a local AA meeting for seven days straight. I just somehow realized in an instant that I now had a fighting chance because I had taken action. These are the things I did (action) that led to my first moment of clarity:

  • Started a Suboxone program. Without this I’d be addicted or dead.
  • Started going to recovery meetings. For me, this was an AA group that’s filled with addicts and alcoholics.
  • Got a sponsor. Without my sponsor my life would be total shit. He’s my spiritual guide and one of my best friends. It took time, but we’ve grown really close.

I was sitting in a meeting and a lightbulb went on telling me, ‘I can do this.’ I’m four years clean now, so I can say the actions I took are the reasons I’m alive, clean and very happy.

My second moment of clarity came after two years of sobriety. I was driving home one day and suddenly realized how great my life is today, but also realizing it’s not the one I want now – It’s the one I had created when I was addicted. It was really weird. It was like I was looking at someone else’s life. It felt like ‘this is not who I am, it’s who used to be.’

I made a list of everything I really want in life and started making changes. Small ones at first, and then larger ones. I’m four years clean now and am working toward the life I dream of now, not the one I grew up with. My wants and needs are very different than just four years ago. It’s actually happening, which is a total miracle.” D.S.

Maybe it’s time you made the call and got started on a Suboxone program. Who knows, maybe your moment of clarity will happen today at Nashville Recovery.

Call or text Nashville Recovery at (615) 431-3701. Get your life back.

What is it really like to take Suboxone?

Suboxone is an incredible drug. It’s a solution to a serious crisis we’re currently facing in America – Addiction is at epidemic levels. Suboxone is the first modern, chemically-engineered medicine made specifically for narcotic addiction since methadone. Methadone was created over eighty years ago (1930’s) and is considered “outdated” for many medical professionals.

Suboxone, on the other hand, was engineered from scratch with very specific requirements. The goal was to find an antagonist that would trick the brain into thinking it has plenty of narcotics covering its receptors, but without the nasty side-effects, or getting “high”. The result, is what many feel is a miracle drug that is saving lives, jobs, and families.

What is Suboxone?
Suboxone is a prescription medication that combines buprenorphine and naloxone. It’s used to treat opioid and opiate addiction. Most anyone who’s addicted to Heroin, Hydrocodone, Percocet, OxyContin, Oxycodone, Opana, and/or many other narcotic pain killers, can use Suboxone to get relief from withdrawals, cravings, and other side-effects without getting high.

Buprenorphine belongs to a class of drugs called opioid partial agonists, which help relieve symptoms of opiate withdrawal. Naloxone is in a class of drugs called opioid antagonists, which reverse the effects of narcotics.

What’s it Really Like to Take Suboxone?
The following short story comes from someone who’s taken Suboxone for over three years. He struggled with narcotic addiction from 2000 to 2013. Finally, after thirteen years of addiction, fed up with pills and ready to end his life, he checked himself into one of the country’s finest rehab facilities where he assumed his troubles would vanish. When he was released from treatment, things didn’t go quite as planned.

A Patient’s Story

In 2013, I checked myself into Tennessee’s finest rehab facility. My insurance covered it, so cost wasn’t really an issue. I stayed the recommended time period, and had hopes that after treatment my life was going to drastically change for the better. Sadly, I was mistaken.

The treatment facility I went to provided a 7-day chemical detox using Subutex (Suboxone without Naloxone) and I remember how great I felt once I started taking it. I remembered thinking, if this is detox, then I’m home-free! Seven days into my treatment the Subutex was stopped. A couple days later I felt the worst I’ve ever felt in my entire life. The treatment center told me I’d be over it in a few days, but they were very wrong. My withdrawals lasted for 13 days and nights. It was the worst feeling in the world to go through that, especially while still in a place that’s supposed to help me feel better. I checked out after two weeks and went home feeling my absolute worst. I was in withdrawals at home in front of my family for ten days following treatment. I reached out to the treatment facility for help, but they told me they’d done all they could do for me. They basically thanked me for the insurance check, and sent me on my way.

I lasted about three weeks, feeling like a freight train had hit me. I couldn’t sleep, I was depressed, and all I could think about was how much better I’d feel if I had my pain pills. Finally, feeling like total hell, I called my old pain doctor and they welcomed me back, prescribing less than I had been getting before, but enough to make me feel better. For a few weeks I tool the pills, felt better, and at the same time felt like a total failure for coming out of treatment and relapsing over and over again. I even started going to AA meetings, hoping to find another solution.

Then, just two months after my inpatient treatment, I decided to call a Suboxone clinic and at least see what they had to offer. I went to my appointment, met some nice people who seemed to really care about my recovery, and left with a prescription for Suboxone. I went straight to the pharmacy and waited while they filled it. I took the very first Suboxone strip before leaving the pharmacy parking lot, hoping it would help me feel better. I had run out of pills two days before and was feeling like total hell again. I drove to a restaurant to get some lunch and ordered my food. What happened next was a miracle.

I had to wait about 15 minutes to get my lunch. I had started eating my hamburger when all of a sudden I realized, “Holy $h!t! I feel so much better!” I honestly couldn’t believe how good I felt, nor how fast the Suboxone had worked. After just 20 minutes of taking Suboxone, I felt better than I’d felt in over 13 years.

I honestly couldn’t believe how good I felt, nor how fast the Suboxone had worked. After just 20 minutes of taking Suboxone, I felt better than I’d felt in over 13 years.

I remember eating my lunch with a smile on my face, knowing I had finally found the one and only thing that had actually worked. I knew right then that Suboxone was the key to my recovery, would keep me clean, let me return to work, be a dad again, be a good husband, and allow me to move on with the rest of my life.

I knew right then that Suboxone was the key to my recovery, would keep me clean, let me return to work, be a dad again, be a good husband, and allow me to move on with the rest of my life.

After 13 years of addiction misery, I had finally found the one tool that would let me feel “normal” again, stop taking pills, be happy again. And, Suboxone has worked every day since. I love Suboxone. It gave me my life back.

Having this newfound sobriety gave me a ton of motivation, too. I joined a great recovery group, got a sponsor, took advantage of the therapy the clinic offered, and have now been clean for over four years. Suboxone is a miracle drug, and I’ll take it for as long as I want to, which may be the rest of my life.

Question: What About the Cost?
When you have a problem that’s money-based, it’s not a problem, it’s an expense. I treat my Suboxone recovery like I do any other bill. I prepare for it each month, make it a priority, and never miss an appointment. I still wake up, four years later in total disbelief that I’m actually clean. I simply cannot believe that I’ve finally found a solution.

My recovery visits cost $350 every month, and I’d be happy to pay double that to stay clean, stay happy, and stay alive. Managing the cost of a Suboxone program is all about priorities. If you want to stay clean, you make it your #1 priority. Period. Everything else in my life will crumble the moment I touch a drug.

Managing the monthly cost of a Suboxone program is all about priorities. If you want to stay clean, you make it your #1 priority. Period.

I have my life back, my family back, my career back. Why on earth would I want to mess this up? I won’t, no matter what the cost. If I take it the rest of my life, then so be it. I’m okay with that.*

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One way to learn more about a Suboxone program is to make an appointment at Nashville Recovery. There, you’ll meet with a doctor and a therapist who will work as a team to build you a one-of-a-kind recovery program that includes Suboxone-based treatment.

Call or text us today at (615) 431-3701 – Get your life back.

 

*The story above is intended for entertainment purposes only. Your Suboxone experience may differ. Consult a licensed physician for Suboxone advice.

The Only Addiction Clinic in Nashville with a Custom Recovery Mobile App for Patients

Are you serious about beating your addiction? Are you searching for a way to get clean and stay clean using medicine, therapy, education and technology? You’re in the right place!

Medicine alone does not make a great recovery program. If it did, your family doctor would simply prescribe Suboxone and send you on your merry way. Great recovery requires a plan that includes medicine, therapy, education, and now, state of the art mobile technology that’s available only at Nashville Recovery.

Nashville Recovery is the ONLY Suboxone Clinic in the United States with a custom-built mobile recovery app for our patients. And, it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before.

Our new patient mobile recovery app keeps patients connected to the clinic, connected to our doctors, and connected to our therapists between each visit. Meaning, patients at Nashville recovery are ALWAYS CONNECTED to our clinic with tons of free recovery and communication tools that can help prevent relapse and keep people clean. And, by feeling connected to the clinic, patient’s can greatly increase the quality and effectiveness of their addiction recovery.

So Many Cool Tools…
Inside the app is a series of recovery tools that includes a Recovery Meeting Finder, Recovery Meeting Tracker, Appointments Manager, Instant Messaging, Daily Check-in, Tell a Friend, and more.

If you’re looking for “real recovery”, and not just a Suboxone clinic that fills your script and sends you out the door, then Nashville Recovery is your only choice in the Nashville region.

Remember too – We offer weekly one-on-one appointments with our therapists at no additional charge to our monthly-paying patients.

Make the switch today, and get the best addiction recovery in Nashville. Call or text us NOW to secure an appointment TODAY: (615) 431-3701

We look forward to helping you build a new, happier lifestyle that’s free from drug abuse! Call or text today – Get your life back…

Discrete Suboxone Doctor in Nashville Tennessee

Nashville Recovery offers a Suboxone program for people in Nashville, TN for people who require discretion, along with a very personalized style of addiction recovery.

Our program is perfect for people in the music industry, actors and/or musicians, and business owners who need discretion. This is the only Suboxone program in Nashville that offers this level of privacy.

Here’s how the Discrete Nashville Suboxone Program Works:

  • You are given a specific date and time to come to our facility.
  • Each appointments is set 30 minutes apart from other appointments, ensuring there is no overlap.
  • There will not be ANY OTHER GUESTS in our office during your visit.
  • Each appointment is approx. one hour long
  • You’ll meet one-on-one with a doctor and a therapist.
  • Your doctor and therapist work as a unit to design a recovery program that is unique to you.
  • You’ll choose your preferred buprenorphine & naloxone product:
    • Zubsolv Tablets
    • Suboxone Films
    • Suboxone Tablets
    • Bunavail Bucal Films
    • Subutex may be prescribed to those who are pregnant, or suffer from elevated liver enzymes)
  • Sparkling bottled water, gourmet coffee, soft drinks, and hors d’oeuvres are provided during your visit.
  • You’ll begin a 28-day cycle, returning to our office as part of an ongoing maintenance plan.
  • Your sobriety will be hidden from public view.

If you would like more information and/or pricing for the Discrete Suboxone Program in Nashville, TN, please text the word “discrete” to (615) 431-3701. We will respond with pricing and the soonest available appointment.

 

 

 

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Discrete Suboxone Doctor in Brentwood and Franklin Tennessee

Not everyone wants to go to a Suboxone clinic where there’s ten people waiting to see the doctor. Some people require discretion, and Nashville Recovery offers exactly that – A Suboxone program for people in Brentwood, TN and Franklin, TN who require discretion, along with a more personalized form of addiction recovery.

This extremely private, carte blanche Suboxone program is perfect for high-level business owners, people in the music industry, actors, musicians, and other individuals in the spotlight who wish to keep their sobriety a secret.

Here’s how our Discrete Suboxone Program in Brentwood and Franklin Tennessee Works:

  • You are given a specific date and time to visit our office.
  • Appointments are set 30 minutes apart, ensuring there are NO OTHER GUESTS in our office during your visit. (No overlap)
  • Each appointment last for up to one hour.
  • You meet one-on-one with both a doctor and therapist.
  • The doctor and therapist work as a team to design a specialized Suboxone recovery program tailored to your addiction and specific needs.
  • A choice of buprenorphine & naloxone products are offered:
    • Suboxone Films
    • Suboxone Tablets
    • Zubsolv Tablets
    • Bunavail Bucal Films
    • Subutex (if pregnant and/or have serious liver issues)
  • We provide sparkling bottled water, gourmet coffee, soft drinks, and hors d’oeuvres during your visit.
  • Your sobriety is kept private.

If you would like more information and/or pricing for the Discrete Suboxone Program in Brentwood – Franklin, TN, please call us, or text the word “discreet” to (615) 431-3701. We will reply promptly with pricing and our soonest available appointment.

 

 

 

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The Four-Part Recovery Program that Works at Suboxone Clinics of Nashville

We wanted to take a minute and answer the most common questions about the four-part medically-assisted drug treatment program at Suboxone Clinics of Nashville. As you’ll see, not all Suboxone clinics are the same.

Question: How is Nashville Recovery different than the other Nashville-area Suboxone clinics?”

Answer:  The most important difference is that we actually care about our patients and their recovery. Some people either don’t or won’t believe that. Then, when they come visit us and are approached with a newer, more personal form of recovery that includes therapy, they believe it. As a business we have to have revenue, so money is part of the system. Yet, we’ve always tried to put our patients needs first, and the financial side seems to work itself out.

Question: You offer free weekly one-on-one therapy for your monthly-paying patients. Why?

Answer: First, the patients who pay monthly are on a much better recovery track. The last thing a patient should be worrying about is, “will I run out of medicine?” That’s too similar to their pill-chasing days. Paying by the month means not having to think about the medication-side of things, which is much healthier recovery. Second, We offer the therapy to those who want it, knowing that medication is not the sole answer. Real recovery requires making changes, making different choices, changing bad habits, etc. A therapist is one of the best ways we can help people see and make these life-changes. As far as we know, we’re the only clinic in Nashville to offer therapy with a Certified Addiction Therapist as part of our recovery program.

Question: What does “technology” have to do with recovery?

Answer: Technology is just another tool we offer our patients in the form of a mobile app. We built both our appointments system and a patient recovery app from scratch, knowing our patient’s needs would be different than those of a regular walk-in clinic, and we were right. We created a bridge that keeps our patients connected to the clinic between appointments. They can check-in daily, find recovery meetings, track their recovery, get assistance, set appointments, and much more, all using our one of a kind mobile app.

Question: How has texting become important to recovery patients?

Answer: We knew texting was important, especially to those with busy schedules. We’ve learned that it’s a really great tool for people who have questions, but are not quite ready to set an appointment. It allows them anonymity until they feel comfortable with us.

Do you have a question for Nashville Recovery?
Text your questions to (615) 431-3701.

 

The Opioid Epidemic in Tennessee – Educate Your Children Now

The Opioid Epidemic in Tennessee is at crisis-level. Your children will sooner or later be introduced to drugs. Your children are far more likely to make better decisions when educated regarding the risks of these powerful drugs.

Just recently, Kid Central sent out a wonderful education piece about educating your children about opioids. The article includes what to say, when to say it, where to store prescription drugs, and much more.
Read the full article

If you, or anyone in your household is taking a narcotic medicine of any kind, this article is a must read. Your children need to know the dangers associated with narcotic medications, and education is the best prevention.

If you’re addicted to any opioid or opiate medication, heroin, and/or are buying drugs on the street, we have a plan that will get you clean and keep you clean. Monthly doctor visits along with weekly therapy visits and education are the keys to recovery.

Only you can make this choice. When you’re ready for us, we’re ready to help.

Call or text us today at (615) 431-3701 for immediate help.

TennCare Suboxone Insurance Coverage – Addiction Therapy

TennCare insurance for many milled-Tennesseans is critical to their health, especially those in addiction recovery. TennCare’s Suboxone (buprenorphine & naloxone) coverage is a little different than some other insurance providers.

Here’s what we know about TennCare’s Suboxone Reimbursement as of Thursday, January 11, 2018:

Doctor Visits – TennCare’s reimbursement to a Suboxone clinic for the visit is not enough to pay the doctor and/or therapist. Most clinics will require the patient to pay “out of pocket” due to this reason.

Medicine – TennCare will pay for a buprenorphine & naloxone program with prior authorization. However, it TennCare’s plan covers only Bunavail. Bunavail contains the same two chemicals Suboxone does, so this is not a problem for most patients. Bunavail gets placed on the inside of your cheek vs. being placed under the tongue. The efficacy is nearly identical to Suboxone, Zubsolv, and generic brands containing buprenorphine & naloxone.

Lab Work – TennCare will pay for urine drug testing, as well as bi-annual blood tests, so there’s no charge for this if you have TennCare.

Pro Tip – Be sure your clinic is willing to do (and is proficient at) TennCare prior authorizations. Not only do some Suboxone clinics not do prior authorizations, some tend to do them incorrectly. This means you’ll have to wait days or even weeks to get your medicine.

Nashville Recovery is happy to file your TennCare prior authorization quickly and correctly, so you get your medicine as quickly as possible. Not only that, but Nashville Recovery can even offer you free Zubsolv medication (buprenorphine & naloxone) for up to two weeks, so you can get your meds the same day as your visit, and get your prior authorization approved.*

Stop wasting time shopping for a Nashville Suboxone clinic – Nashville Recovery is the only clinic you need to call.
Call or text us today at (615) 431-3701

*Available to patients who have not used two Zubsolv coupons previously.

New Year – New Life – Suboxone Program in Nashville – Insurance Not Required

If your new year’s resolution includes getting clean and staying clean in 2018, then you need to call or text Suboxone Clinics of Nashville today.

Our four-part recovery program of medicine, therapy and education, is the best in Nashville, and that’s why we’ve begun the $88 per week program* for 2018. Our mission in 2018 is to help 1000 or more local Nashville residents get clean and stay clean for at least one year, and we’re doing everything we can to make it a reality.

Here’s just a couple of the things we’re doing to make our patient’s new year better than ever before:

$88 Per Week Program
While this program is based on a monthly fee of $350 (paid all at once) it’s one of the most affordable programs in Nashville and the surrounding areas. Click here for more information about our $88 dollar per week program*(Health insurance is not required)

Twice Monthly Appointments
For those who can’t afford the $3500 monthly payment, we offer a two week plan that helps those who need to get started, but need a little help. (Call or text us at 615-431-3701 for more information)

Weekly Therapy Sessions
Patients who pay by the month can visit with one of our therapists once per week at no additional charge. Appointments are available on a first come, first served basis.

Make Your 2018 Resolution to Get Clean with Nashville Recovery. Experience the Awesome Life You Were Meant to Live!
Call or text us today at (615) 431-3701 to get started.