Benzodiazepine Rehab

According to a study conducted by the Stanford University School of Medicine between 1996 and 2013, the number of benzodiazepine prescriptions filled by adults increased by 67%. In addition, so did the number of pills per prescription increase. The State of Tennessee reported similar findings. How could commonly prescribed medicines that treat such debilitating illnesses like anxiety, panic and sleep disorders cause such serious dependency? So much so that they can take over your or your loved one’s life? At our benzodiazepine rehab center in Nashville, we will help you find the help you need.

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    What Is Benzodiazepine Addiction?

    Here are five of the most common benzodiazepines referenced by their commercially marketed names:

    • Xanax: for panic and anxiety
    • Klonopin: for seizure disorders
    • Valium: for anxiety, muscle spasms
    • Ativan: treats panic disorders
    • Ambien: for sleep disorders

    Each has its own characteristics in terms of how quickly they act and how long they act. And each has the ability to be abused when not taken as prescribed and/or mixed with other drugs such as alcohol or opioids. In fact, in more than 30% of opioid-related overdoses, benzos were present as well.

    Benzo overdoses have also risen at a higher rate than prescriptions, suggesting that people are using them in a riskier way over time. The biggest increase in recreational use has been seen within the younger population who may steal pills from friends and family or purchase on the street from dealers. Ativan is produced in a liquid form that is easily injectable. And, the most popular way to get a quick high using Xanax is to crush the pill and take it or snort it.

    Alarmingly, highly potent copy-cat forms of benzodiazepines are entering the black market. They cannot be distinguished from prescription benzodiazepines but may be as lethal as the synthetic opioid, fentanyl.

    Where To Find A Benzodiazepine Rehab Center In Nashville

    When searching for a benzodiazepine addiction rehab center in Nashville, you will likely find a number of options turn up. You do not need to fly to an expensive treatment center to find addiction recovery success. Many people are finding long-lasting, affordable recovery from benzodiazepines right here in Nashville. JourneyPure Nashville is offering a local rehab option for patients that combines evidence-based treatment practices and affordable rates. The convenient outpatient rehab model we are providing patients with means that their lives are minimally disrupted and they are able to continue longer lengths of therapeutic treatment than simply a 30-day inpatient stay. If you are living in Tennessee and considering a local rehab option, please don’t hesitate to call and find out more about what an outpatient rehab clinic might look like for you.

    Is Benzodiazepine Rehab Expensive?

    Because JourneyPure treats patients at our outpatient clinic in Nashville, we are automatically a more cost-effective solution for many patients who have limited financial resources. When you are in an intensive outpatient treatment setting for rehab, you often have access to the same number of therapeutic hours as someone who is getting treatment at a residential program. Although programming varies from patient to patient, a typical length of programming is 12 to 16 weeks in length with a minimum of 9 hours of therapeutic counseling each week. Because there is no room and board associated with outpatient rehab, we are more financially accessible.

    When you are looking to use insurance to pay for rehab, you can count on JourneyPure Nashville to be a good fit. We are in-network with several major insurances and also accept out of network insurance. Because finances are one of the first things patients inquire about, we want to be very upfront about cost expectations. You will have the opportunity to get a full determination of benefits and there are no hidden costs when you call to learn more.

    What To Expect At Our Nashville Benzodiazepine Rehab Center


    Detoxification may be the first level of care in your benzodiazepine addiction treatment plan.

    Because withdrawing from benzos can cause severe discomfort, but also be life-threatening, we will have our medical staff evaluate patients who may need detox services. Benzodiazepine detox will clear the patient’s’ body of drugs by safely tapering down the drug’s dosage to minimize the health risk for the patient. This will allow us to manage the patients’ withdrawal symptoms to make the process as comfortable as possible.

    A dual-diagnosis addiction treatment model

    Addiction to benzos may be the only substance abuse disorder you’re facing, or it may be just one of many. At our benzodiazepine addiction rehab center in Nashville, TN, we can help you manage other substance abuse disorders and/or any co-occurring mental health disorders. When you hear of patients being treated with a dual-diagnosis treatment plan, it really means that we are seeking to treat patients for all of the substance use and mental health disorders they present with– not simply one addiction.


    We not only provide our patients with robust programming while in rehab for benzo addiction but also work to help them create a long-lasting program of recovery. Continuing meetings and therapy after fulfilling the more intensive levels of therapeutic care is an essential part of treating the chronic disease of addiction.

    Types Of Therapy Used In Our Benzo Rehab

    At our benzodiazepine rehab center, your therapist is experienced in utilizing many different types of therapy. Family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) or eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) are a few different modalities you may experience in your one-on-one therapy sessions. These treatment modalities have a long-standing history in helping to treat behavioral health disorders like benzodiazepine addiction.

    In addition to individual counseling, patients will participate in small group therapy sessions. These therapy sessions utilize talk therapy and group sharing in addition to different experiential therapies. Participating in group therapy for your benzo addiction, you will not only be able to boost self-confidence, but you will also be able to offer support and encouragement to fellow peers in recovery.

    Get Professional Help At Our Nashville Benzodiazepine Addiction Rehab Center

    Reach out to our benzodiazepine rehab center in Nashville, Tennessee today. We have a team of admissions counselors standing by looking to answer any questions you may have.