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Suboxone Clinics

Locations Accross Tennessee, Kentucky & Florida or Online

Finally, you can live without being sick, high or constantly distracted.

The science of addiction medicine has advanced exponentially in the last decade. We now understand what's going on at the brainwave level and how Suboxone stabilizes your mind and body to be able to function normally.

If you've been unable to stop on your own, medications like Suboxone can help.

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13 Clinic Locations

Franklin Clinic
5 (1)

135 2nd Avenue N Suite 200, Franklin, TN 37064

Knoxville Clinic
5 (3)

9050 Executive Park Drive Suite 100B, Knoxville, TN 37923

Murfreesboro Clinic
5 (1)

1139 NW Broad Street, Suite 102, Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Nashville Clinic
4.3 (16)

3808 Park Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209

Bowling Green Clinic
4.8 (55)

2349 Russellville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101

Elizabethtown Clinic
5 (5)

790 North Dixie, Suite B100, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

Lexington Clinic
5 (1)

1401 Nicholasville Road, Lexington, KY 40503

Louisville Clinic
4.9 (12)

3430 Newburg Road, Suite 208, Louisville, KY 40218

Paducah Clinic
3.7 (3)

3229 Coleman Road, Paducah, KY 42001

Fort Walton Clinic
5 (1)

348 Miracle Strip Parkway SW, Suite 34, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548

Melbourne Clinic
5 (2)

100 S Harbor City Boulevard, Melbourne, FL 32901

Panama City Clinic
5 (1)

22600 Panama City Beach Parkway, Panama City Beach, FL 32413

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Using medications in the treatment of drug addiction is recommended by nearly all healthcare authorities, including the World Health Organization and the National Institue of Health in the U.S.

In addition to Suboxone, medications for dual-diagnosis issues (like depression or anxiety) stabilize other imbalances in your brain that contribute to drug use.


Therapy helps you look honestly at your life and motivations. It shows you how to adjust your thinking to cope with stress, anxiety and pain without turning to drugs or alcohol.

In group therapy specifically, you’re challenged and supported by those who understand the heaviness you live with every day. It only takes a few hours per week to learn to see things from a healthier perspective.

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The JourneyPure app gives you all the tools you need to stay healthy long-term. Since it's on your phone, you have access whenever you have time or are feeling triggered.

You tackle the pillars of general health (like sleep and nutrition) and mental health (like gratitude and self-awareness). You're also connected with your Recovery Coach to give you guidance — even after you finish treatment here.

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Suboxone FAQs
What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is the brand name of a medication that rebalances the brain in the wake of opioid addiction. It contains 80 percent buprenorphine and 20 percent naloxone.

Buprenorphine blocks opiate receptors to reduce withdrawal symptoms and physical cravings. Naloxone limits the effects of opioids to allow the brain and body function normally without feeling high.

Whether you’re asking this question because you think Suboxone will help you tackle this on your own or because you have no intention of staying sober, just commit to one week (at a time).

I promise it’s not that bad, and you have nothing to lose.

Though not a “cure” for addiction, medications like Suboxone can be life-changing. Combing medications with therapy is the most effective way to feel better.

Medications like Naltrexone or Antabuse are a better fit for alcohol addiction. Our clinics offer these medications too. You don’t need to come in knowing what medications will be best. (That’s the physician’s job). All you have to do is show up!

Because Suboxone is a safer alternative, methadone is rarely used in treatment anymore. Suboxone doesn’t produce a high and is unlikely to lead to overdose.

No! Suboxone is a medication people need to manage a disease. A person with diabetes requires insulin daily and we don’t say that they’re addicted to insulin.

Research shows suboxone improves brain function. If you interviewed a group of people, you’d never be able to tell who is taking Suboxone and who isn’t. That’s very different from living in addiction.

Each location has a slightly different schedule. The admission team is available 24/7 to answer questions about our programs, Suboxone, insurance or to talk to someone about what’s going on without judgment. You don’t have to be commited to getting treatment to reach out.

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