Methadone Clinics in Nashville, Tennessee

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VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare 1310 24th Avenue South Nashville
Vanderbilt Addiction Center 1601 23rd Avenue South Nashville
Integrative Health Centers 1105 16th Ave S Ste C Nashville
Miller Muchael P MD 1915 1/2 Church Street Nashville
BHG Nashville Treatment Center 2410 Charlotte Ave Nashville
JourneyPure — Nashville Outpatient & Suboxone Clinic 2424 21st Ave S Nashville
The Next Door 402 22nd Avenue North Nashville
Mending Hearts Inc 1000 44th Avenue North Nashville
Branyon Clinic 2540 Bransford Ave Nashville
Nashville Suboxone Doctor 100 Kenner Ave Nashville
Weinberg Jane MD 602 West Iris Drive Nashville
Recovery Now—Nashville Suboxone Clinic 4515 Harding Pike ste 327 Nashville
Samaritan Recovery Community 319 South 4th Street Nashville
ABC Health Clinic 2617 Grandview Ave STE 100 Nashville
Medication-Assisted Treatment Clinic 275 Cumberland Bend Nashville
Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center 1315 Otay St Nashville
Cumberland Heights Treatment Center 8283 River Road Nashville
AppleGate Recovery Nashville 446 Metroplex Dr Suite A-200 Nashville
Nashville Addiction Clinic 5515 Edmondson Pike UNIT 118 Nashville
South Nashville Comprehensive Treatment Center 1420 Donelson Pike Suite B-19 Nashville

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Nashville, the capital city of the U.S. state of Tennessee, is the most populous city in the state and the twenty-third most populous in the nation. It has a large area of 1,362 km² on which several methadone clinics can be found. Nashville is the county seat of Davidson County. As of 2018, it had a population estimated at 692,587. Residents may medically treat opioid use disorder at any methadone clinic Nashville. Three medications may be used to medically treat opiate addiction. The three drugs, of which methadone is one, are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Methadone counters the adverse effects of opioids and helps people to get a grip on themselves. The drug minimizes pains and craving, helping people to function better socially, and ending their reliance on opioids. The medication has become so vital in the medical treatment of opiate dependence that it got a place on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. Some methadone clinics in Tennessee do not stop at opioid treatment programs, they offer more medical and social services. Although it is not harmful, doses of methadone should only be taken at methadone clinics accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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