Brentwood Addiction Treatment

Residing in Williamson County, TN, Brentwood is a suburb of Nashville that is part of the Nashville metropolitan area

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Residing in Williamson County, TN, Brentwood is a suburb of Nashville that is part of the Nashville metropolitan area. It shares part of Nashville’s rich history in music, arts, and business. News of the opioid crisis affecting Williamson county indicates that addiction truly does not discriminate. Williamson County is Tennessee’s wealthiest county, yet there has been a number of overdose deaths in the county that have raised great concern among citizens and families that are startled to see their own community being affected by drug and alcohol addiction.

Brentwood Substance Use

Due to its proximity to Nashville, Brentwood is part of the Nashville metropolitan area. Addiction issues that occur in Nashville or other surrounding counties do not necessarily stay there. Many medical professionals, psychologists, and statisticians liken addiction to a disease because it truly does spread similarly.

Substance use disorders in Brentwood have increased correspondingly as Nashville continues to suffer from the opioid crisis. In 2019, Nashville exceeded the number of overdose deaths in all of 2018, by the 9-month mark in 2019. Drug overdose deaths in Brentwood follow the state trend of overdoses caused by synthetic opioids such as fentanyl as well as an alarming increase in methamphetamine-related deaths.

Nonfatal drug overdoses had also increased significantly in 2019 as compared to the prior year, with the YTD of non-fatal overdoses in 2019 coming in at 1,018 ED visits for the year. Heroin was the most commonly reported drug, unsurprisingly, as heroin is the drug those who were initially addicted to prescription opioids turn to when they can no longer obtain said prescription.

The danger of heroin lies not only in the usage of the illicit drug but the fact that the drug is potentially laced with fentanyl. Fentanyl has been responsible for many overdose deaths in Tennessee, and Brentwood is not exempt.


Brentwood Addiction Treatment Center

Access to addiction treatment in Brentwood, as well as the greater Nashville metropolitan area, has indicated a strong need for addiction treatment services. Southeast Addiction is proud to service the greater Nashville area, including Brentwood in Williamson county.

Our mission is to provide high-quality care that has been informed by our many years of experience in the addiction treatment space. We offer programs that fit all variety of needs and levels of commitment—what’s important is that a person who is in need, gets the help they deserve. Our Brentwood addiction treatment center is here for you and your loved ones.

Individual Therapy:

Individualized Treatment

There are many complex reasons that a person may develop a substance use disorder, but one thing that is certain is that individualized treatment is a key component to managing substance use disorders. Individual therapy has been a hallmark in treating a variety of disorders as understanding your behavior is crucial for recognizing relapse triggers before or as they are occurring.

Family Sessions

Family Programming

At Southeast Addiction, we understand that many suburbs of Nashville such as Brentwood have many families in which a member is suffering from a substance use disorder. Addiction is a disease that can truly strain relationships with friends and families. Many families who have a family member that is suffering from addiction desperately want to help, but are unsure of what they can do to help.

Oftentimes, a family member’s attempts at helping may actually hinder progress towards sobriety through enabling. Our family programming serves as a way for families to be involved in their loved one’s recovery, as well as provide an educational and therapeutic outlet for those involved.

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