Journeypure — Franklin Outpatient & Suboxone Clinic
135 2nd Avenue North, Franklin, Tennessee, 37064
If you're looking for help that actually helps you, you're in the right place. Treatment here is covered by insurance — backed by a 95% satisfaction rating and hundreds of positive reviews online.When you're ready to talk about doing something different, give us a call. We have inpatient rehabs and outpatient clinics to meet you where you are. You don’t have to commit to coming here, or even to getting treatment, to start talking about your options.
- In-Network with 48 Insurances
- Success Rates Double the National Average
- 4.8-Star Rating on Google (438 Reviews)
Outpatient TherapyTherapy helps you look honestly at your life and motivations. It shows you how to adjust your thinking to cope with stress, anxiety and pain without turning to drugs or alcohol. In group therapy specifically, you’re challenged and supported by those who understand the heaviness you live with every day. It only takes a few hours per week to learn to see things from a healthier perspective.
MedicationsUsing medications in the treatment of drug addiction is recommended by nearly all healthcare authorities, including the World Health Organization and the National Institue of Health in the U.S. In addition to Suboxone, medications for dual-diagnosis issues (like depression or anxiety) stabilize other imbalances in your brain that contribute to drug use.
Meet the Staff
- Dr. Brian Wind Ph.D.Chief Clinical OfficerDr. 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. <blockquote>"All you have to do is believe in yourself and your own resilience and you're halfway there."</blockquote>
- Dr. Stephen LoydChief Medical OfficerDr. Loyd has practiced internal medicine for two decades. He served as an expert witness for the U.S. Attorney, F.B.I. and D.E.A. against doctors improperly prescribing addictive medications. Dr. Loyd is a member of the governor’s subcabinet and associate professor at ETSU. He's been featured in the news from the Today Show to The New York Times. <blockquote>"We have to fight addiction like we do any other medical condition, with up-to-date and well-researched techniques that have real data to back them up."</blockquote>