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Physician-Supervised Alcohol & Drug Detox

Detox where you want, the privacy of your home or a luxury hotel suite. Nashville Addiction Recovery offers outpatient drug and alcohol detox and rehab in Nashville with a concierge addiction medicine physician. We provide individualized care with an addiction medicine physician who will tailor a treatment plan specific to you.

Alcohol Detox Therapy

Recognizing the problem is vital to treating alcohol addiction. Many find that once an assessment is complete, receiving proper treatment is the most effective way to stop using alcohol.

Drug Detox Therapy

For a complete recovery, you will have to detoxify the drug from your system, giving you a clear mind to truly focus on recovery. This crucial stage of our outpatient rehab program is closely monitored by a concierge physician.

Crisis Intervention

Successful interventions rely on a carefully structured therapeutic approach relying on knowledge, experience, and planning with a professional crisis intervention specialist in Nashville.

Addiction Recovery

IV Infusions are known to promote wellness, speed up recovery, and boost energy levels. Our blend of vitamins and electrolytes help hydrate the body and improve the detoxification process.

In Your Home

In a Luxury Hotel

In a Private Clinic

Addictions We Treat

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) affects about 15 million people in the United States in need of treatment and support.

Adderall Addiction

Most commonly used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Adderall has significant abuse potential.

Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine use comes accompanied by both uncomfortable short-term effects and dangerous long-term effects.

Hydrocodone Addiction

Hydrocodone, a Schedule II drug, is one of the most widely prescribed pain relievers because of its potency and effectiveness.

Opioid Addiction

Properly treating an opiate addiction starts with understanding opioids — which can be difficult since many drugs fall under the opioid umbrella.

Tramadol Addiction

Once a person develops dependence to tramadol, abrupt cessation of the drug causes unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

Xanax Addiction

The line between safe use of benzodiazepines such as Xanax (alprazolam), Valium (diazepam), Ativan (lorazepam) and addiction is often blurred.

Personalized Treatment with Physician Dr. Starner Jones, MD

Starner Jones, MD is a board-certified emergency and addiction medicine physician and founder of Nashville Addiction Recovery. He is a graduate of the Emergency Medicine Residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and Addiction Medicine Fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Jones has treated over 50,000 patients and detoxed more than 1,000 during his career.

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Have Questions?

Dr. Jones will ensure you have a good understanding of addiction effects and the importance of seeking treatment with a board-certified physician for drug and alcohol detox.