What We Treat

Whether you are experiencing drug addiction, alcoholism, or dual diagnosis, know that at Tennessee Valley Recovery in Knoxville, TN, you can get the treatment you deserve.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Knoxville, TN

At our drug and alcohol addiction treatment center in Knoxville, TN we offer multiple rehab services to those struggling with substance use and dual-diagnosis disorders. Our team of addiction specialists, mental health experts, and medical professionals is committed to providing a multi-disciplinary approach to care. The approaches we use involve evidence-based therapies that effectively treat addiction and its underlying causes. Our goal is to provide each of our client’s individualized pathways to real and lasting recovery. 

Our services cater to your needs. We offer different forms of therapy such as Holistic Therapy, EMDR Therapy, and more. Based on your level of addiction, we also have PHP treatments during detox to reduce symptoms. When addiction improves, Tennessee Valley offers Intensive Outpatient Programming for those ready to live their life while still getting the necessary care they need. Are you struggling with substance abuse? See what you need to be treated for today.

Get Addiction Help in Knoxville, TN

Stop struggling and start living the life you have always dreamed of. We at Tennessee Valley Recovery are ready to help you move past your addiction to drugs and alcohol. We use effective methods of treatment designed to help you get sober and stay sober, so you can find the happiness and fulfillment you have been longing for. Contact us today to start your journey to a better life. 

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