Our Approach

Outpatient Visits

We treat patients in a clinic-based setting for medical appointments, individual and group counseling, and telemedicine when appropriate.

Individual Therapy

We utilize intensive counseling to increase the recovery rates of those seeking recovery from addiction.

Medication Assisted Treatment

We use medication-assisted treatment (MAT), a data driven modality for treating addiction. We may use various medications to help treat substance use disorders.

Group Therapy

We incorporate patient support systems, family education, 12-step processes, and group therapy.

Our Mission

Our mission is to assist those struggling with substance use disorder, while using positive supportive care towards recovery and purpose.

  • Faith-Supported

We support paths to attain psychological and spiritual wellness, while advocating for each person’s unique healing journey.

  • Specialty

Our main focus is opiate abuse as it seems to be responsible for the majority of deaths associated with substance abuse. However, we treat all addictions such as alcohol abuse, stimulant abuse, and etc.

  • History

Since 2006 we have been operating and improving at a facility in the Greenville, Tennessee Area. We currently have three locations in Tennessee: Bulls Gap and Johnson City. We are continuing to expand as the need is overwhelming.

Patient Stories

We are happy when our Customers are too

Patient-Focused. Life-Changing. Non-Judging.

OUR PATIENTS

The majority of our patients are everyday hardworking people in the community who simply need help and guidance to live a normal life.

OUR VISION

Our primary goal is to rehabilitate individuals who struggle with addiction. We believe this changes families, which in turn affects communities in a positive way.

OUR COMMITMENT

The addiction crisis in our country is significant. Ignoring it wont make it go away. We desire to tackle this problem using a model that has proven success.

Recent News

Insurance Accepted

We currently accept all patients, and most insurances. Assuredly, if we don’t accept a patient’s insurance, we work with them to help keep their care affordable.