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Memphis, Tennessee Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking or drug abuse problem in Memphis, TN, Rehabs.com houses a large online database of private executive facilities, as well as a wealth of other choices. We can support you in finding addiction treatment facilities for a variety of addictions. Search for a top rated rehabilitation center in Memphis now, and embark on the road to healthy living.

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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Memphis, TN

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JourneyPure - Tennessee
5080 Florence Rd. Murfreesboro, TN 37129

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Fairland Center
3000 Highway 49 South Tutwiler, MS 38963
- 81 Miles Away
Memphis VA Medical Center
1030 Jefferson Avenue Memphis, TN 38104
Capstone Treatment Center
120 Meghan Lane Judsonia, AR 72081
- 92 Miles Away
Memphis Recovery Centers
219 North Montgomery Street Memphis, TN 38104
Synergy Treatment Centers
2305 Airport Interchange Ave. Memphis, TN 38132
Mid-South Health Systems
209 S. Lockard Blytheville, AR 72315
- 53 Miles Away
Turning Point
340 Stateline Rd W. Southaven, MS 38671
- 12 Miles Away
JACOA
900 E Chester St Jackson, TN 38301
- 70 Miles Away
Mid-South Health Systems
905 North 7th St. West Memphis, AR 72301
- 10 Miles Away
Wilbur D. Mills Treatment Center
3204 E. Moore Street Searcy, AR 72143
- 98 Miles Away
Grace House of Memphis
329 North Bellevue Boulevard Memphis, TN 38105
Serenity Recovery Centers
1094 Poplar Avenue Memphis, TN 38105
First Step Recovery Centers
1950 Madison Avenue Memphis, TN 38104
Aspell Recovery Center
110 McCowat Street Jackson, TN 38301
- 74 Miles Away
The Haven House
152A Hwy 7 South Oxford, MS 38655
- 62 Miles Away
Parkwood Behavioral Health System
8135 Goodman Road Olive Branch, MS 38654
- 16 Miles Away
The Oaks at La Paloma
2009 Lamar Avenue Memphis, TN 38114
Mental Health Resources, PLLC
1037 Cresthaven Rd. Memphis, TN 38119
Memphis Recovery Centers Inc
1172 Vance Avenue Memphis, TN 38104
Cocaine Alcohol Awareness
4023 Knight Arnold Road Memphis, TN 38118
Grace House Extended of Memphis Tennessee
151 North Montgomery Street Memphis, TN 38104
Harbor House Inc
1979 Alcy Road Memphis, TN 38114
Communicare
101 Preston McKay Drive Senatobia, MS 38668
- 36 Miles Away
Communicare
100 East Frontage Road Sardis, MS 38666
- 48 Miles Away
Quinco Mental Health
10710 Old Hwy 64 Bolivar, TN 38008
- 57 Miles Away
Care of Savannah Inc Jack Gean Shelter for Women
64 Jack Gean Drive Savannah, TN 38372
- 101 Miles Away
Pathways of Tennessee Inc
930 Mount Zion Road Union City, TN 38261
- 104 Miles Away
SE Missouri Community Treatment Center 5090
3150 Warrior Lane Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
- 112 Miles Away
SE Missouri Community Treatment Center C STAR
101 South Main Street Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
- 114 Miles Away

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    Saint Francis Hospital - Behavioral Health Center

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    Synergy Treatment Centers

    They taught me how to prioritize, taught me structure(which I needed badly) and also taught me work ethic. To be completely honest my opinion is that they don't have a weakness. That place really saved and changed my life. This is a year long program but if you really want to change your life for the better then i would recommend going to synergy. Also, the staff is there for you. They treat everyone with respect. So if you have an alcohol/drug addiction and want to change your life please don't hesitate to call them before it's too late.

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    Memphis VA Medical Center

    The faculty Community. The food. I loved the whole feel but something was off.

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    Meet the Pros
    AJ Morrow
    AJ Morrow
    Director of Outreach
    Riverwalk Recovery Center
    AJ is a public speaker and recovery advocate on a mission to deliver real impact and change to those who have lost faith. After dancing with death, he came through adversity to create a life worth living. Through his public speaking and advocacy, he has inspired thousands nationwide, saved lives, repaired families, and empowered the hopeless. As Harmony Oaks’ Outreach Coordinator, he draws on personal experience to relate to those who are struggling with addiction with compassion and understanding to get them the help they need. AJ truly loves what he does and wants to help others just like him to live a better life, free from drugs and alcohol.
    Dr. Brian Wind Ph.D.
    Dr. Brian Wind Ph.D.
    Chief Clinical Officer
    JourneyPure - Tennessee
    Dr. Wind is a recognized leader in clinical psychology with over 15 years of experience. He’s co-chair of the American Psychological Association, adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University and a clinical executive at JourneyPure. He's also in recovery himself.
    "All you have to do is believe in yourself and your own resilience and you're halfway there."
    Buddy Clay
    Buddy Clay
    Founder and CEO
    New Hope Healthcare Institute
    Buddy has worked in the mental health field for over ten years. He started his career with the top adolescent program in the country, giving him a solid foundation for his career path. Buddy has been involved in every avenue of treatment, from behavioral tech, admissions, marketing, counselor, and program director. This all laid the groundwork for him to know what it takes to open a successful program of his own. Buddy’s fundamental knowledge of successful treatment centers, as well as his passion to help others, has fueled his desire to help launch New Hope Healthcare Institute. Buddy truly believes the client comes first and does his part to make sure everyone who enters the program has his or her needs met. Buddy’s greatest mental health influences come from the father of Positive Psychology, Martin Seligman, as well as the author of Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl. Buddy utilizes as many experiential practices as possible and is an enthusiastic advocate of adventure therapy, which he frequently incorporates with New Hope programming. In his free time he spends time outdoors with his family, enjoying all the beauty that Knoxville has to offer.
    Tennessee Treatment Facts

    Tennessee ranks 22nd in treatment centers servicing/accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers per 100,000 residents. Ohio is just 1 spot better, ranked 21 out of the United States. Illinois is ranked one spot worse at spot 23.

    When adjusted for population, Tennessee ranks 26th in treatment centers servicing/accepting computerized substance abuse treatment. Michigan is ranked one spot better at spot 25. Arkansas is ranked one spot worse at spot 27.

    For matrix model clients, Tennessee ranks 34th in population-adjusted treatment centers. One spot better is New Jersey, ranked 33 in the U.S. California is just 1 spot worse, ranked 35 out of the United States.

    Tennessee is 34th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting no payment accepted. Illinois is ranked one spot better at spot 33. One spot worse is New York, ranked 35 in the U.S.

    Tennessee ranks 35th in treatment centers servicing/accepting medicare per 100,000 residents. The US National Average is ranked slightly better, ranked 34. Arkansas is ranked one spot worse at spot 36.

    More Info
    Investigating Memphis Treatment Programs Of all of the people who have needed drug rehab in Memphis, Elvis Presley might be the most famous. While his entourage worked hard to keep his prescription drug addiction quiet while the singer was alive, reports since his death have clearly shown that he was using a dangerous amount of drugs in the years leading up to his death, and perhaps that abuse contributed to his demise in 1977.

    If you're addicted to drugs, hopefully the sad story of Elvis will convince you to accept help from a Memphis treatment center.

    Benefits of Enrolling Into a Rehab Facility

    If you've never received help for an addiction in the past, you might hold several misconceptions about what the therapy is and what it can do. For example, you might believe that the programs only help people who have "hit bottom" and who are unemployed and living on the streets. You might look at your own life and see few, if any, of these problems and this might lead you to believe that rehab won't help you.

    The truth is that many people enter rehab programs for addiction because they do not want to become homeless or unemployed. They want to keep the lives that they have, and prevent terrible addiction consequences from occurring.

    Rehab facilities can certainly help you reach these goals. In rehab, you'll learn to control your impulses, and you might even receive career counseling, additional education and housing support that can help you get back on your feet.

    In addition, many people find that they cannot stop abusing drugs or alcohol because they face serious withdrawal symptoms when they attempt to quit. These symptoms could include:

    • Sweating
    • Nausea
    • Depression
    • Shaking
    • Deep cravings for drugs

    While it might be hard to endure these symptoms alone, many treatment programs provide medications that can help reduce the impact of these symptoms and make it more likely that you will get through the withdrawal process successfully, and be able to build upon your sobriety with later therapy.

    Who Receives Help?

    According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1.8 million people entered facilities for addiction help in 2008. About 41 percent of these people needed help for alcoholism, but about 20 percent had addictions to heroin or opiates; about 17 percent were dealing with addictions to marijuana.

    Seek Rehab in Memphis

    Addictions can take a terrible toll on your life, as the Elvis story makes clear. By looking for Memphis addiction treatment programs, you can help prevent these consequences from taking place, and you can get the strength you'll need to control your addictions for the rest of your life.

    We can help you to make the right choice.