Opiate Addiction Clinic

Alpha Medical Center is licensed by the State of TN Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services as an Office-Based Opiate Treatment Facility.


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Our Staff

Our staff provides the highest quality of Patient centered care, understanding, and developing a professional Patient relationship built upon trust, honesty and compassionate care.

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Opiate Addiction is a disease. Our treatment goals are to educate, stabilize and maintain the Patient while focusing on improving their quality of life. We know that without change, there is no recovery.



Our Frequently Asked Questions page answers your concerns about medication, treatment plans, duration, insurance, pregnancy, and other questions about our facility, our staff and our treatments.



Now accepting new patients. Please call or if you prefer, you can email via our Contact form. Wednesdays 10a-4p, first Saturday each month, 10a-2p and last Friday from 3p-7p. We will be adding more days soon.


We believe in a team approach philosophy in treating adults
who are willing to try to combat their opiate addiction.

The Best Medical Services based on Experience, Listening,
Understanding and Compassionate Care

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Great Changes

If the path of addiction recovery could be described in one single word; it would be changes. Ultimately, it’s changes in the brain which result in addiction’s cravings, and recovery is the essence of reversing those changes by changes in patient behavior and medication-assisted treatment.


Identifying and beginning to make changes related to active addiction behaviors is part of the hard work of psychological recovery. Counseling is required as part of the individualized treatment plan that we offer. BF&S Counseling is available at our location.


Is an example of one of several of the prescription Buprenorphine medications’ used to treat opioid addiction. Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, which helps to relieve opiate cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It does not cause euphoria (getting a ‘high’) and blocks the effects of other opioids that might be abused, therefore making the abused opioids ineffective.

We have posted a drug recovery testimonial video for those of you interested. Please check back as we add more video testimonials. Watch Now!