Say Goodbye to Your Drug Addiction – Say Hello to Happiness and Purpose

2019 has been an amazing year at Nashville Suboxone Recovery! Hundreds of of people who’ve been struggling with opioid addiction have gathered the courage to say goodbye to their opioid addiction, and hello to outpatient recovery with Suboxone and personalized therapy. The transformations have been nothing short of miracles.

Why Suboxone?
Suboxone tells the brain it’s getting the narcotic medicine it needs to function normally, virtually eliminating withdrawals and cravings. Naloxone acts as a blocking agent, helping prevent relapse both physically and mentally according to the makers of Suboxone.

Suboxone frees the person from suffering the physical symptoms, allowing one-on-one therapy to be administered more effectively. In a nutshell, the brain gets what it needs to function normally without the person being “high” or suffering from cravings and withdrawals. Suboxone is truly a brilliantly engineered drug does exactly what it is intended to do.

Why Therapy?
Nashville Suboxone Recovery offers all monthly-paying patients the opportunity to sit one on one with a Certified Addiction Therapist not once, not twice, but up to four times monthly at no additional cost. Lead therapist Mike Racki LPC-MHSP/NCC specializes in addiction therapy and counseling. Mike’s MBA-level education means patients are talking to someone who is specifically trained to help them transition away from harmful opiates (heroin, oxycodone, OxyContin, Opana, Hydrocodone, Percocet, etc) while helping transform their lives for the better. Way better.

Our Owner is In Recovery
Nashville Suboxone Recovery owner/operator Drew Bourke is in recovery himself. If you’ve called or been to the clinic, chances are you know Drew and he knows you too.

“In 2005, I lost my oldest brother to addiction. I watched as he threw away a 25 year marriage, a thriving business, and a beautiful family. I didn’t understand it at the time that addiction is a disease, and he was powerless over this disease. I watched his life crumble, with the worst part being he stopped caring about anything but his pills. After three failed inpatient rehabs, he finally took his own life by taking too many pills. His heart just stopped one night, and no one was there to help him. Oddly, his death accelerated my addiction vs. slowing it down.

I hit my bottom in 2013 after 13 years of daily opioid abuse. I was ready to die. Just like my brother, inpatient treatment failed to work for me. I needed a daily solution I could take home with me, something inpatient simply could not do for me. Drug abuse (opioids, specifically) meant I cared nothing for anything or anyone but me. All I could focus on was getting enough pills, avoiding getting sick, and finding the money to buy pills. Even my life’s passions were set aside through my abuse. I simply couldn’t care about anything but drugs during that time. I know now, I had no control over this. This is why people need recovery – They need a third party to help them see their drug abuse lifestyle is not a normal life in any way.

Suboxone, therapy, and group recovery saved my life, and then made my life amazing. I opened Nashville Suboxone Recovery in 2017 to help others do exactly what has worked for me. I feel we’re making a huge difference to Middle Tennessee’s opioid addiction epidemic. We’re helping hundreds of individuals regain their life, just like I have.”

The Incredible Staff at Nashville Suboxone Recovery
Some people choose their career based on money, while others choose their passion. Nashville Suboxone Recovery is blessed to have an outstanding medical and clerical staff that have all chosen their passion – Addiction Recovery.

“No one works here just for the paycheck. Yes, we all have to get paid to survive, but we are here to help people based on our own experiences with addiction. Addiction is everywhere and is non-discriminant. Everyone I personally know deals with addiction in their family. Everyone in this clinic has had to deal with addiction issues either through their own substance abuse, or by abuse by their friends and family. We have all chosen this career path because we know we can help people transition away from drug abuse and build a new, substance-free life filled with purpose and happiness. If a person can bring the willingness and the faith, we can change their life. We do it every day and we love what we do” according to Nashville Suboxone Recovery owner, Drew Bourke.

If a person can bring the willingness and the faith, we can change their life. We do it every day.

Do it Once, and Do it Right
According to Drew Bourke: “Opioid addiction requires a little recovery time. Our bodies need time to reset both mentally and chemically. Our process is thorough, effective, and has changed numerous lives and families in the Nashville area. I know in my heart we have the very best solution because our patients are providing the proof. If people follow the advice of our highly-trained medical staff they can quit abusing drugs once and for all, without withdrawals and cravings. We’re here to transform people’s lives.”

If you or someone you know is suffering from drug addiction take action now!

Call or text Nashville Suboxone Recovery at (615) 431-3701, or click the button below to schedule your appointment online. You can even prepay and save $10 off your first monthly visit 🙂

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