Overcome Opioid Use Disorder at ReVIDA Recovery® Greeneville
Starting your battle against opioid use disorder with compassionate treatment at ReVIDA Recovery® in Greeneville, Tennessee, may be the best decision you can make. If you’re currently struggling with opioid use disorder, remember, you’re far from alone. While this disorder can be a challenge to defeat, it is a challenge that can be overcome with the right support system.
Opioid use has affected countless lives in Tennessee. While everyone’s situation is unique, taking care of your mind and body is the most important thing you can do. Here at ReVIDA Recovery®, getting you on the path toward success in recovery is our number one mission.
We understand that your road to recovery may look different from someone else’s, which is why we are prepared to help you overcome any roadblocks along the way. No matter where you are on that road, our staff is prepared to help you with whatever you may need.
No matter your health insurance status, we are here to help today and accept most major insurances, including TennCare.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder Using Buprenorphine (Suboxone®)
Opioids do have legitimate medical uses as they are designed to block pain receptors in the brain and provide relief for people with chronic injuries and illnesses. A side effect of opioid use is euphoria (extreme happiness). People who misuse opioids are often chasing the positive feelings that they can provide. This is a dangerous game as irresponsible opioid use very often ends in physical dependency and addiction.
As a person continues to misuse opioids, they start to build a “tolerance” to the drug. This means they will need to take more and more opioids in order to achieve the same euphoric effects. This is a situation that more often than not ends in opioid use disorder.
One of the main roadblocks for someone attempting to break an addiction to opioids is the prospect of opioid withdrawal once they stop. The symptoms of opioid withdrawal can be quite uncomfortable. Someone going through withdrawal symptoms may feel anxious, depressed, and physically ill. The good news is that you don’t have to deal with the symptoms alone.
Here at ReVIDA Recovery®, we can help you manage the unpleasant symptoms of withdrawal and get you started on the path toward success in recovery. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration says buprenorphine (Suboxone®) and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can improve chances of survival, keep you in treatment, improve pregnancy outcomes, improve employment opportunities, and decrease opioid consumption.
A World-Class Buprenorphine (Suboxone®) Clinic and So Much More
Here at ReVIDA Recovery®, we make it our priority to get you started on the road to recovery quickly and easily.
Once you visit our treatment facility in Greeneville, the first thing you’ll notice is how warm and welcoming our environment and staff are. You will then have a series of meetings with our compassionate care team to start the MAT process. This meeting typically lasts from 15 to 50 minutes and will help set you up for a positive outcome.
You will meet with:
- A physician
- A physician will write you a prescription for buprenorphine (Suboxone®) as well as any other medications you may need.
- A patient care coordinator
- This is typically a nurse practitioner who will help you build resources outside of our facility. You may receive assistance in finding job opportunities, therapy, education, and more. They will be there to help you find any resources that may be helpful to you as you recover.
- A therapist
- Your therapist will help you address any mental health challenges you may face during treatment and any challenges you were facing before treatment. Your therapist will help in providing you with the tools needed to deal with trauma, family problems, communication, emotions, and more.
You Are So Much More Than the Opioid Use Disorder You’re Facing
When it comes to preventable death from opioid use disorder, the loss of one member of the Greeneville community is too many. Opioids don’t have to control your life, and here at ReVIDA Recovery®, we want to help you realize that you are so much more than the problems you’re facing. Our facilities are judgment-free zones. You are safe here, and you will be met with the quality care you deserve from compassionate care providers.
You will be guided on your road to recovery through the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone®) in a proven MAT program. At ReVIDA Recovery®, our ultimate goal is to see you succeed and live the rest of your life free from harmful opioid use.
Buprenorphine (Suboxone®) will assist in your treatment by helping to curb the symptoms of withdrawal while allowing you to learn the skills and habits necessary to live a life without opioid use. MAT also involves learning how to manage other aspects of your addiction and mental health with the help of on-site therapists, care coordinators, and certified counselors.
Outpatient (OP) Treatment and MAT in Greeneville
You can also choose to participate in an outpatient treatment program that will allow you to maintain a life outside of treatment.
Outpatient treatment is flexible and structured to help you leave opioids behind. You will be offered MAT with buprenorphine (Suboxone®) and evidence-based treatments (therapy, counseling, classes) to help you along the way.
Take the First Step Today
Overcoming opioid use disorder is never easy, but you can do it. Alongside our team of professionals, you can defeat this addiction.
Even if you’ve tried other treatment programs and haven’t found success, ReVIDA is here to show you that success in recovery is attainable. Our team of compassionate healthcare providers is here to show you that overcoming opioid addiction is possible. You are strong enough to make it happen. No matter where your journey takes you, we’ll be there to support you every step of the way.
Our team is ready to help you achieve successful recovery in a safe and comfortable environment.
Even if you’ve tried before and found yourself returning to opioids, that is no reason to give up. We believe in you. We know that overcoming opioid addiction is possible. You are strong enough to make it happen. No matter what, we will be with you every step of the way.
Our team is ready to help you get to that point of recovery in a safe and comfortable environment.
Call ReVIDA Recovery® Today
Here at ReVIDA Recovery®, we understand the decision to tackle opioid use disorder is difficult. We believe that together, we can get you to where you need to be: happy, healthy, and free of harmful opioid use.
No matter where you come from or where you’ve been, we’re here to provide you with the support you need to achieve success in recovery. Call us today at 423-556-3992.