About Us

The life you want is waiting for you, and we are here to help.

Nashville Addiction Clinic is an outpatient mental health and opioid addiction treatment facility. Patients come to us for help in getting their life back on track. A judgement free zone where compassion and action meet, is exactly what you can expect when you become a patient. Our team of Board Certified Addiction Specialists, therapists, and support staff have all been hand selected to ensure the success of each person entering our program. The number one goal we have each day, is helping you to get and stay sober. We know the path to sobriety isn't a straight line, and we know just how overwhelming taking this step can feel. That's why we place so much importance on creating an environment you can feel safe in.


Our Board Certified Preventative Medicine and Addiction Specialists have years of substance abuse treatment experience. Addressing both withdrawals and cravings are important parts of getting and staying sober. Medications like Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail, and Subutex may be used in treatment plans. Suboxone treatment is designed to help establish a transition from drugs like heroin, pain pills, etc, with as little discomfort as possible. Every patient will undergo a comprehensive assessment to determine the most comfortable, safe, and successful path to sobriety. 


Our substance abuse treatment facility is conveniently located in Nashville, TN. We are in the Nipper's Corner area; only a minute away from the Edmondson Pike Branch of the Nashville Public Library (close proximity to Brentwood, Franklin, and all of middle Tennessee). We located in the very back of the Shoppes at Edmondson Corner.


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*Ask about our $200 introductory New Beginnings program with up to a year of free medication for first time patients! Inquire for details.

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Nashville Addiction Clinic

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