Nashville, TN — Having established itself last year as an expert provider of drug and alcohol treatment in Georgia, Southeast Addiction Center has opened a new addiction center in Tennessee. Expanding services across the border in the The Volunteer State.
Based in Nashville, this new addiction center in Tennessee will continue Southeast’s mission of providing upscale-yet-affordable addiction treatment with plans personalized to cater to each patient’s needs and implemented by master-level therapists.
“Tennessee is a beautiful state. But like many states, it is unfortunately in the midst of the opioid epidemic and suffering from a wave of addiction and overdoses,” said Nick Diamantides, Southeast Addiction’s Executive Director.
“At Southeast, we’ve made it our mission to save lives and remove the poison of addiction from the communities we serve.”
Southeast Addiction offers multiple different addiction treatment options, including:
- The partial hospitalization program — Otherwise known as PHP, this treatment method focuses on emulating a realistic setting as we create a customized treatment plan that centers around the patient’s individual circumstances. This program involves several hours of group therapy a day as well as at least 30 hour of structured clinical programming each week.
- Intensive outpatient treatment — IOP is the ideal transition to a more relaxed treatment environment, helping reintroduce patient’s to regular life, as going from a highly structured treatment environment to normal life can put patients at risk for relapse.
- Outpatient program — This program provides access to many of the services of the two more intensive programs but allows people who cannot make a large time commitment to still get the treatment they need.
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