The Best Outpatient Addiction Clinic in Knox County

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Tennessee Inpatient Rehab

Tennessee Inpatient Rehab

The most effective form of treatment. Inpatient rehab involves medical detox, intensive therapies, relapse prevention and holistic healing. It is ideal for those seeking treatment for the first time or those with multiple relapses. Inpatient rehab offers dual diagnosis, and works for drug or alcohol addiction. We offer holistic and virtual options plus an app and accountability Coach. Insurance Accepted

Knoxville Outpatient Clinic

Knoxville Outpatient Clinic

Outpatient rehab is a balance of addiction therapy and home life that includes several weeks of intensive therapies and relapse prevention.

Knoxville Suboxone Doctors

Knoxville Suboxone Doctors

As the lowest commitment option (only for opiates), our suboxone clinics offer check-ins with a doctor to get prescriptions and several months of medications with therapy check-ins.

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Knoxville Clinic Highlights

Works with your schedule

Convenient morning, evening and virtual appointments

95% satisfaction rating

And, success rates 2x higher than the national average

A Treatment team that actually cares

Attack clinical, brain and life issues with a comprehensive team of experts that are in recovery too

In-network with almost every insurance

So any cost to you is as low as possible

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Knoxville Clinic Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)







Take the First Step to a Healthier You


You’re 2x as Likely to Get Better Here

At JourneyPure, 84% of people stay sober.
Compare that to only 40% at other rehabs (according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse). Why?

Shelby N.

Shelby N.

I love this place. They make you feel like family. They really care about each and every individual. Even when you complete the program, they still check on you to make sure you are doing good. They always try to help. And they also give you a recovery coach, she is amazing. She will guide you with the steps you need. This place and the people changed my life.

Amanda L.

Amanda L.

I knew at the time I had a problem but didn't realize just how bad it was until I worked this program. I realized I was worth more than my depression, the anger I carried, resentments, the things that I did to others and the harm I put in my body and my head. During my treatment, I learned how to love myself and that felt better than any drug I could ever do.

Matthew G.

Matthew G.

Almost all the staff are former addicts themselves so they truly know what you're going through and what works, listen to them. Going and getting clean with fellow addicts has made me friends that I never thought I'd have. If you need help don't wait until it's too late. Pick up the phone and call them, trust me. It's worth it and life isn't as bad as you'd think without drugs. It's actually pretty awesome.

Caitlyn R.

Caitlyn R.

Today, I am happy. I am sober and free of all the things that made me feel powerless. Today, I have joy, I have a job, a car, I have the ability to love and to let myself be loved. All this with the help of Journey Pure. These people I trust 100% and that's something I never had n my addiction.

The Industry’s Top Masters-Level IOP Experts

Our intensive outpatient team knows what you’re going through because they’ve been there.

Renee Barnes

Business Office Manager
  • 4 years in the field

Stephanie Manceor

Physician Assistant
  • Masters-Level
  • 4 years in the field

Alcohol & Drug Outpatient Program Questions

Here’s what most people want to know.

What are the benefits of IOP?

  • If you came from inpatient treatment:
  • Easing back to the “real world” – continuing therapy and groups while you go back to home and work triggers.
  • Staying in a treatment environment – access to therapist multiple times per week gives you somewhere to turn if you notice yourself slipping.
  • Continuing work that began in treatment – from relapse prevention to trauma work, you’re able to continue and finish anything you started in residential treatment.
  • BONUS: IOP is likely fully covered by insurance, making the extra care completely free to you.
  • Starting out with IOP only:
  • Getting accountability – When we know others are watching our sobriety, it prevents the hiding we’ve become accustomed to (and good at) during active addiction.
  • Connecting to a support network – EIMR and group therapy allow you to connect to others in a healthy way and give you support long after the program.
  • Establishing structure – A structured routine while rebuilding your life and learning who you really ensure that recovery remains a priority in your life until it becomes a natural habit.
  • Giving you specific tools – Different feelings trigger us – from boredom to stress to relationship conflict. We need a whole “toolbox” of coping skills to deal with the various feelings that come up without using drugs or alcohol.
  • Whether you’re coming from inpatient or beginning here, IOP helps you find happiness. Happiness is the ultimate benefit!

What if no one knows about my addiction?

  • We all start out hiding our addiction. The deflecting and pretending is exhausting and makes us feel worse. Family members usually know something is off and may even be worried but unsure how to bring up the topic with you. Either way, they just want to see you well. IOP teaches you the value of honesty, leaning on others and building healthy relationships. You will learn how to:
  • Talk to your family about your addiction
  • Form healthy relationships with others that can relate
  • Develop a support network to support you when triggered
  • Reach out without shame if you slip up
  • Use your story to help others
  • Know that you are not alone in this!

What's the difference between the therapy and life coaching?

  • Therapy is provided by master-level, licensed therapists. You work through issues using evidence-based psychology methods. In IOP, therapy sessions are in person or over Zoom lasting 1-3 hours multiple times per week for 6-8 weeks.
  • Life Coaching is provided by Certified Peer Support Specialists with at least two years in recovery. Coaching is done over a call and lasts as long as you want – 20 minutes on average. Coaches call you weekly, then biweekly, then monthly for one year. They are also available by call or text whenever you’re struggling – even years later.

How can I enroll someone else in this program?

  • Family members are often the first ones to make contact with the admissions team.
  • In fact, it’s a great idea to have a plan for treatment to offer your loved one before you discuss the topic. Otherwise, you’re more likely to get a half agreement that doesn’t end up in treatment.
  • To check on specific costs, all that is usually needed is the insurance card/numbers and the patient’s birthday. Neither the patient nor the employer will know that you did an insurance check.
  • Before they can start the program, we do have to talk to them directly to ensure that this program could actually help.
  • Don’t lose faith if your family member is hesitant at first. Most of us were.

Knoxville IOP Clinic Location

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JourneyPure Knoxville

Knoxville, TN – Res
2636 Maryville Pike Knoxville, TN 37920
(865) 234-4352

JourneyPure At The River

Murfreesboro, TN – Res
5080 Florence Road, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
(615) 900-2444

Knoxville OP Clinic

Knoxville, TN – OP
7417 Kingston Pike Suite 301, Knoxville, TN 37919
(865) 217-1297

Murfreesboro OP Clinic

Murfreesboro, TN – OP
1139 NW Broad St #102 Murfreesboro, TN 37129
(888) 246-4427

Nashville OP Clinic

Nashville, TN – OP
211 Donelson Pike, Suite 11 & 12, Nashville, TN 37214
(888) 517-3453

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Will Long

  • Middle Tennessee State University
  • years in the field

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What Happens Now?

  • Getting help is as easy as picking up the phone.
  • We will answer all your questions and provide an assessment.
  • We will help arrange for you to come to the program and begin recovery.