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Drug Rehab for Nashville Residents

Drug Rehab Alexa Iocco | December 7, 2021

Drug Rehab for Nashville Residents

Choosing the Right Drug Rehab for Nashville Residents

With so many options for drug rehab centers in Nashville, you may be wondering which is the right place for you to go. You may want to choose a rehab facility that offers:

  • the option for medical detox, with 24-hour medical care and integrated mental health treatments and counselling
  • credentialed and highly trained staff who truly care about each patient, and who use trauma-informed methods in all treatment
  • dual diagnosis treatments for co-occurring mental health issues
  • an atmosphere that is welcoming to everybody and treats you as a person, not an “addict”
  • an integrated rehab program that is customized to each client’s individual needs
  • payment plans, and takes most types of insurance

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The programs at Resurgence Behavioral Health meet all these criteria and are completely customized to each of our patient’s needs, preferences, budgets. We will even help you meet your goals for the future through life skills and vocational training sessions.

Signs You Need To Go To Rehab

There are many indicators that you may need to go to drug rehab, and these include symptoms like:

  • Having an increased tolerance to the drug or needing to take more to get the same effect
  • Having withdrawal symptoms, difficulty cutting back on or quitting the drug, or being unable to get through the week without taking the drug
  • Missing or performing poorly at work and school, getting in trouble at work or losing your job because of drug use
  • Feeling bad or guilty about how much you are using the drug
  • Feeling obsessed with the drug, spending a lot of your time planning to get more of it
  • Using prescription drugs that are not prescribed to you and/or using prescription drugs in ways not intended by the prescribing doctor (like crushing pills and snorting them, etc)
  • Using more than one drug at a time, or mixing drugs with alcohol
  • Getting involved in illegal activities or having legal troubles due to drugs
  • Continuing to use the drug even when it begins to cause problems with your relationships and with your health

If you are worried that a loved one may need to go to rehab, some external signs you may notice can include:

  • Having paraphernalia and stashes of drugs around the house, work, or on their person
  • Financial unpredictability
  • Lying, secretiveness, or stealing
  • New or unusual changes in their social group
  • Flushed or pale skin
  • Persistent coughing and sniffling
  • Seeming sick sometimes and okay other times
  • Pinpoint pupils or red, watery eyes
  • Extreme weight loss or weight gain
  • Unexplained scrapes/scratches/injuries
  • Shaky hands, loss of coordination
  • Laziness/sluggishness/sleep problems
  • Unexplained mania, euphoria, or paranoia
  • Extreme mood changes or changes in energy

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

What To Expect During Drug Rehab

The first thing that happens during drug rehab is the intake interview and the psychological and medical exams. We will get to know all about you, your level of addiction, your physical and mental health, and we will find out what your goals are for recovery. This way, we can customize a program that will most benefit you.

You will then move into a detox program. At Resurgence, we offer a MAT (medically assisted treatment) detox program, which is an integrated program that provides FDA-approved, prescription doses of medications to help you taper off drugs without suffering the worst of your withdrawal symptoms. For example, when quitting heroin, you may be provided with methadone or buprenorphine to stop the intense drug cravings, and another medication for pain and to help you relax. As you will detox within our facility, the effects of these medications are closely monitored so you do not develop a new addiction. During your detox, we will also begin therapy and counseling, and if there are other mental health issues present such as anxiety, bipolar disorder, or depression, you will also begin a dual diagnosis treatment.

Once you have detoxed, you will move directly into rehab. Our rehab programs are multifaceted, with many different types of group and individual therapy and other programs. These include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Experiential therapy
  • Trauma-Informed therapy
  • One-on-one talk therapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy

Inpatient care is crucial for many of our clients because you will be removed from your usual surroundings, taking away your everyday worries and triggers. We provide scheduled days surrounded by your peers, with evening leisure activities like movie and game nights, sports, and off-campus outings. You will have the time and the space you need to change your mindset and make behavioral changes that will benefit you for a lifetime.

Choosing Inpatient or Outpatient Drug Rehab

Generally, we will always recommend a 30-day minimum stay in inpatient rehab, because:

  • Inpatient rehab offers a new environment away from the enablers, places and stressors that could trigger relapse
  • The time in inpatient rehab is about your healing, and you will have time to focus on yourself
  • You will have professional medical supervision, with somebody to turn to 24 hours a day
  • You will be surrounded by peers who know what you are going through, with plenty of opportunity during group therapy and in your downtime to socialize with like-minded people
  • Rehab is a 100% sober environment, so during difficult times there will not be access to drugs or alcohol

That being said, at Resurgence Behavioral Health, we recognize that not everybody is capable of leaving their responsibilities for a full month or more, and we can work with you to customize an outpatient program that will best benefit your unique situation. Some benefits of outpatient programs include:

  • Having complete support and care, while having the freedom to return to your important responsibilities like taking care of family members, going to work, or attending class
  • A flexible program that can vary in intensity and frequency as your needs evolve over time
  • Access to a new sober community and sober friendships near home through alumni groups, sober living homes and your peers at rehab
  • Never feeling alone in your recovery, as you will always have someone to turn to for as long as you need
  • The ability to immediately use your new coping techniques in real-life scenarios

Because you do not have 24-hour care in outpatient rehab, it is best suited to people who are no longer experiencing physical withdrawal symptoms, and for people who are willing and able to consistently get themselves to their appointments, groups, and therapy.

At Resurgence, there are two main levels of outpatient rehab, our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In the PHP you will commute into your local outpatient rehab center for full days of treatment, up to seven days a week if you need. In the IOP, you will live outside the rehab center and commute in with a flexible schedule that allows you to keep a normal daily routine, with groups and therapy available in the evenings or weekends for those who cannot come during the day.

In our Nashville outpatient drug rehab program, you will stay in touch with medical and psychiatric professionals, and we will provide you with full support as you return to your everyday life after detox and inpatient rehab programs. We will give you the skills, therapy, groups, and community you may need to stay in recovery long-term as you successfully practice your new sober living skills as you live your life.

Prescription Drug Rehab

Prescription drug abuse is common, particularly with the more addictive prescriptions that flood the brain with dopamine or otherwise get you high. Over time, your tolerance will increase, and you will begin to need higher doses to get the same effect and prevent withdrawal symptoms.

Prescription drug addiction is a serious issue, but with a combination of the medical detox, inpatient and outpatient rehab programs at Resurgence Behavioral Health, we can help you get through your detox without suffering needlessly, help you find the root of your addiction so you can achieve long-term recovery success, and provide you with sobriety tools that will last a lifetime.

Contact Resurgence Behavioral Health for Drug Rehab

Resurgence Behavioral Health is a safe place, with multiple options that can fit into anybody’s life. We will work alongside you to ensure you receive the care you need to regain not only your physical health but also your mental well-being. Through group and individual therapy, we will help you discover the root of your addiction, make lasting lifestyle and behavioral changes, and provide you with healthy coping tools for stressful situations. You will receive counseling, life coaching, and help planning for your future as you work on repairing relationships, getting to know yourself better, and working through any co-occurring mental health issues that may be present.

With our help, you can stop using drugs, move into long-term recovery, and have full support from your peer group and professionals whenever you need it, for as long as you need it. We are here for you. Nashville residents can contact us today to get started down the path to recovery.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

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