Are you struggling with addiction?

Are You Struggling?

Opiate addiction does not discriminate. We treat professionals, housewives, soccer moms, grandparents, physicians, and attorneys. We have a place for you here. Find more information here.

For Patients and Families

This is the first step for yourself or a loved one to get their life back. Restoration Recovery offers a proven approach to substance abuse treatment utilizing medication, counseling and education.

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For Professionals

Restoration Recovery specializes in evidence based substance abuse treatment, integrating a trauma informed recovery-oriented systems of care model with emphasis on medication-assisted treatment.

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Some frequently asked questions

The more knowledge you have about addiction rehab — including what to expect when entering a treatment program, the length of time you might spend in the program, and costs associated with the program — the easier your journey to recovery can be.

What Is Addiction Recovery?

Recovery is the development of new meaning and purpose in one's life as one grows beyond the “addiction”. Recovery means maximising wellbeing, within the constraints that might be imposed by symptoms of addiction. 

What Happens In Addiction Recovery?

Restoration Recovery is an outpatient rehab and intervention program through Medicated Assistant Treatment with Suboxone and counseling. Addiction rehab treatment is tailored to the needs of each individual. Generally, Restoration Recovery aids our patients in their rehab and prevents the further abuse of opiates. We give them strength and skills - counseling and medication - so they are able to live a life in recovery.

How Long Does Rehab Take?

There isn't a set period of time that applies to everyone when it comes to rehabilitation. Many rehab facilities offer 30-day programs. However, some individuals benefit from longer treatment programs, such as 60-day, 90-day, or even longer-term treatment at residential or inpatient treatment centers to further develop and maintain a steady recovery path. When determining the appropriate length of treatment, our doctors will take into consideration the history and severity of the addiction, specific substances used, any co-occurring medical, mental, or behavioral health conditions, and the physical, mental, emotional, social, cultural, and spiritual needs of the individual.
Studies find that those who spend three months or longer in treatment programs have better rates of long-term sobriety. Longer programs afford the opportunity to focus on the root causes and behaviors behind the addiction, and more time to practice sober living behaviors.

Does Rehab Cure Addiction?

There is no cure for addiction, but it can be managed effectively. Regardless of its duration, drug and alcohol addiction recovery doesn't conclude after the patient completes a rehabilitation program. Recovery from substance use is an ongoing, lifelong process. Managing an addiction involves learning how to navigate through daily life without using, and involves hard work and dedication.

Addiction Rehab vs. Addiction Recovery

Rehab helps people learn how to cope with drug cravings and get through those tough times when the temptation to relapse is strong. It can also teach people skills to prepare for the day-to-day struggles of recovering from addiction, and how to address the people or situations that may have contributed to or exacerbated the substance problem in the first place.
Long-term recovery, however, may involve ongoing therapy in individual and/or group form, along with attendance at 12-step or support group meetings. Some individuals find additional activities to be key for supporting their ongoing recovery. These activities may include meditation, yoga, exercise, or art, to name a few.
Many good treatment programs offer their own types of aftercare programs, or work with you to develop a solid aftercare plan prior to leaving treatment to help support successful long-term recovery. In fact, studies have demonstrated that ongoing participation in aftercare programs is associated with fewer relapses.

What Happens If I Relapse?

Relapse should not be viewed as a failure but should instead be seen as an obstacle to overcome on one's lifelong journey to sobriety. It provides an opportunity to reassess one's path and get back into a program that offers the support and help needed to maintain sobriety.
Many people who are struggling with addiction complete more than one stay in rehab before they are able to find their footing in their recovery journey. The only person who can manage your addiction is you, and rehab will help you build the skills necessary to maintain sobriety.

Is Insurance Accepted

We accept most insurance for our drug rehabilitation programs. However, acceptability of insurance will vary according to your particular case. Your insurance plan may cover only a portion of your program, so it's important to check your insurance plan prior to enrolling in a drug rehab program.

If your insurance plan does not cover the cost of rehab, you can discuss other payment options with the us here at Restoration Recovery. The program may offer sliding scale payment options or financing plans to make the cost more manageable.

Can I Lose My Job for Attending Addiction Rehab?

While you may experience some fear of losing your job if you attend recovery, you may, in fact, be more likely to lose your job if you don’t get help. Keep in mind that we are an outpatient clinic, so you are not required to take off work! You can attend while resuming your day-to-day activities. If you are struggling with a substance abuse problem, it is possible that your boss may already suspect it. By avoiding addiction help, your struggle may eventually become apparent since the consequences of your substance abuse may cause your work performance to suffer.
Using substances while on the job is legal grounds for termination, but there are several federal laws protecting your right to obtain treatment. Under these laws, it is illegal to terminate employment as a consequence of an employee seeking treatment.

Our Vision

To spearhead the first full-time opioid addiction clinic in Chattanooga and its surrounding area. To serve and treat patients in a friendly, updated, spacious office so patients are more relaxed and able to focus on their recovery.

We accept and file insurance for patients.


We want to move away from self pay only. If you need help, we will provide it. Don't get sucked into the hassle of filing your own claim with no guarantee of reimbursment.

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