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Journeypure — Knoxville Alcohol & Drug Rehab

2636 Maryville Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37920
Our mission is to help people, families and communities heal. Patients here get evidence-based, dual-diagnosis addiction treatment and compassionate care. Our high standards attract well-known behavioral health professionals from across the country. Their commitments to ethics and patient success are backed by the highest accreditation and affiliations in the industry.

Facility Highlights

  • Addiction is a disease that can be treated with evidence-based and research-backed treatments
  • Any co-occurring mental health conditions must be treated along with the addictive behaviors to achieve long-term healing
  • Everyone can recover from addiction

Specialization

  • Medical Detox

    The first step is getting the drugs and alcohol out of your system. This usually takes a few days. Know that with medical detox, withdrawal symptoms are kept manageable. It’s nothing like stopping cold turkey.
  • Inpatient Treatment

    After detox, your focus shifts from the physical addiction to stopping the destructive mental cycles. The majority of your time is spent in therapy and educational groups. It’s not as boring as it sounds. In fact, it’s a relief to talk to people that understand and it feels good to make progress every day. To break up these intense sessions, therapeutic elements like music therapy, social bonding exercises, meditation and pet therapy are incorporated too.

Facility Settings

  • Mountains

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