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Helping People Struggling With Opioid Use Disorder

ReVIDA Recovery® Center

Thousands of people across the state of Tennessee are struggling with an opioid use disorder or OUD. In fact, according to the Tennessee Drug Overdose Dashboard, just under 24,000 people in Tennessee received treatment for a nonfatal opioid overdose in 2019. Are you or someone you love among the people in Tennessee suffering from OUD? ReVIDA Recovery® is here to help. Our buprenorphine (Suboxone®) clinic located in Newport, Tennessee, may be a great fit for you.

Building Safer Communities Through Expert Care

At ReVIDA Recovery®, we live by six core values:

• Respect: We respect each other, our patients, and our communities. We value each other’s strengths, perspectives, and contributions.

• Excellence: Our clinical expertise, rooted in data and science, drives our evidence-based practices. We believe quality work produces optimal outcomes.

• Visibility: We are proud of our work and honored to publicly challenge the stigma our patients face.

• Integrity: Our decisions and actions reflect honesty, reliability, and transparency. We strive to always do the right thing.

• Dedication: We are firmly dedicated to achieving our mission of promoting safe and healthy communities, our vision of developing a premier network of outpatient recovery centers, and are personally committed to living out our values.

• Accountability: We are individually and collectively responsible for our decisions and actions. We learn from our mistakes and we celebrate our successes.

Treatment You Can Trust

ReVIDA Recovery® Newport offers a number of outpatient services, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with buprenorphine (Suboxone®), structured outpatient programs, community resources, certified peer recovery counseling, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, a care coordinator, and linkage and referral to additional resources.

MAT is an important part of our services because it has been found to improve survival chances, keep people in treatment, improve employment opportunities, lower opioid consumption, and lower illegal activity.

When you start treatment at ReVIDA Recovery® Newport, you will meet with three people. First, you will meet your physician, who will write your prescription for buprenorphine (Suboxone®) and any other medications you may need relating to your mental health. Next will be your patient care coordinator, who will be a nurse practitioner. This person will help you in building resources outside of the treatment facility. This includes helping you find job opportunities, education, extended therapy time, or anything else that will benefit you and your future. Finally, you'll meet your therapist, who will help you in answering the challenges you may face with your mental health from before treatment or during treatment. During meetings with your therapist, you will gain the tools needed to deal with things like trauma, family conflict, emotions, communication, goal-setting, and more.

Treatment That Works for Working People

Located in Eastern Tennessee along the Pigeon River and in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Newport is a beautiful part of the great state of Tennessee. As a proud Tennessee business, ReVIDA Recovery® Newport has taken the Tennessee Pledge, which lays out guidelines for remaining open during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re committed to protecting the health of the patients we serve. Working together, we can slow the spread of COVID-19 while protecting the livelihood of all Tennesseans.

Find Treatment Today

If you or someone you know is suffering from OUD, treatment could be life-saving. We treat people in Eastern Tennessee who are suffering from OUD every day. We can help you, too. Visit our website to find out more about our buprenorphine (Suboxone®) clinic located in Newport, Tennessee.