Middle Tennessee Treatment Ctr

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  • 2410 Charlotte Ave

    Nashville, TN 37203

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  • 615-321-2575

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Sunday - Saturday 8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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If you have the option to go to any other clilnic... don't go to this one. If you do try to only go for a week or so and do not get hooked on their methadone - they are awful and treat you like a junkie the whole time you go there. Try an

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If you have the option to go to any other clilnic... don't go to this one. If you do try to only go for a week or so and do not get hooked on their methadone - they are awful and treat you like a junkie the whole time you go there. Try an

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i am very thankful that mttc exists. sure, you may have to wait in line the same way you wait to see a doctor, or to pay for items at the store, or in traffic on your way to work...you get the picture. such is life!
People need to

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i am very thankful that mttc exists. sure, you may have to wait in line the same way you wait to see a doctor, or to pay for items at the store, or in traffic on your way to work...you get the picture. such is life!
People need to

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I have been there for over a year. The counseling is a joke to say the least. I lost my job recently and ask for help and was practically laughed at. THIS PLACE IS NOT ABOUT HELP THEY ARE ONLY ABOUT MONEY. Please if you are on any kind of

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★★★★★

I have been there for over a year. The counseling is a joke to say the least. I lost my job recently and ask for help and was practically laughed at. THIS PLACE IS NOT ABOUT HELP THEY ARE ONLY ABOUT MONEY. Please if you are on any kind of

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I've been a client for 9 years, and overall it really is a good clinic with some good, caring people. You will hear a lot of criticism in the lobby (and probably on here) but mostly that is from people who aren't following the rules or just don't like them. The fact is, you really only have to do 3 things: 1.) Stop using other illegal substances so you can pass U.A.s and 2.) keep up with diversion control (you'll learn what that's about if you join), and 3.) stay current on your payments. If you do those 3 things, you will get along with the staff, you will be able to eventually only go in 1 time per month, and overall you will have a normal life again. I've got mixed feeling about recommending methadone to those considering it, becuase it really is EXTREMELY hard to stop once you start. So if you think there is even a chance of getting clean any other way- do it. If not, or if-like me-you've tried everything else and are at the end of your rope, methadone and this clinic really are a lifeline that can end the madness of street opiates. Yes, you'll still be "addicted" to an opiate. But its cheaper, its always available, its safer, its controled, and it comes with the support of staff and program with the long-range goal of getting you completely clean. In the meantime the never-ending madness of street-opiates addiction can end and you can finally come in out of the cold. It brings some normalcy back to your life.
On the negative side, the biggest problem is that they have a lot of policies that seem to make almost no sense, and often you can ask 2 different staff members about a given rule or policy and get 2 different answers. They also go through Dr.'s like crazy, so you will be unable to develop a personal relationship/trust/understanding with a physician. By far the biggest problem for 3-4 years was the former Medical Director (not Dr) named K___y. She was absolutely committed to making life as hard as she possibly could for clients...no one ever seemed to know the source of her anger and animosity but she forced a lot of people who needed help to give up and leave rather than be treater the way she treated people. The good news is that she is gone now-one more thing I would add to the "positive" attributes of the MTTC. If you have other questions/comments, leave them here,

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★★★★☆

I've been a client for 9 years, and overall it really is a good clinic with some good, caring people. You will hear a lot of criticism in the lobby (and probably on here) but mostly that is from people who aren't following the rules or just don't like them. The fact is, you really only have to do 3 things: 1.) Stop using other illegal substances so you can pass U.A.s and 2.) keep up with diversion control (you'll learn what that's about if you join), and 3.) stay current on your payments. If you do those 3 things, you will get along with the staff, you will be able to eventually only go in 1 time per month, and overall you will have a normal life again. I've got mixed feeling about recommending methadone to those considering it, becuase it really is EXTREMELY hard to stop once you start. So if you think there is even a chance of getting clean any other way- do it. If not, or if-like me-you've tried everything else and are at the end of your rope, methadone and this clinic really are a lifeline that can end the madness of street opiates. Yes, you'll still be "addicted" to an opiate. But its cheaper, its always available, its safer, its controled, and it comes with the support of staff and program with the long-range goal of getting you completely clean. In the meantime the never-ending madness of street-opiates addiction can end and you can finally come in out of the cold. It brings some normalcy back to your life.
On the negative side, the biggest problem is that they have a lot of policies that seem to make almost no sense, and often you can ask 2 different staff members about a given rule or policy and get 2 different answers. They also go through Dr.'s like crazy, so you will be unable to develop a personal relationship/trust/understanding with a physician. By far the biggest problem for 3-4 years was the former Medical Director (not Dr) named K___y. She was absolutely committed to making life as hard as she possibly could for clients...no one ever seemed to know the source of her anger and animosity but she forced a lot of people who needed help to give up and leave rather than be treater the way she treated people. The good news is that she is gone now-one more thing I would add to the "positive" attributes of the MTTC. If you have other questions/comments, leave them here,

Pros: potential for monthly take-homes

Cons: unneccessary policies

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I have been going to MTTC for over 10 years and I will say that on the whole, it is a very good clinic. Of course there are times when you have trouble with the staff, money, and the counselors. But, they do take very good care of you.

So, if you are a person that takes pain pills to excess, or if you use IV stuff and want to get help...this is the place for you...

Don't waste anymore time, go NOW...

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★★★★☆

I have been going to MTTC for over 10 years and I will say that on the whole, it is a very good clinic. Of course there are times when you have trouble with the staff, money, and the counselors. But, they do take very good care of you.

So, if you are a person that takes pain pills to excess, or if you use IV stuff and want to get help...this is the place for you...

Don't waste anymore time, go NOW...

Pros: plenty of parking, ease of access

Cons: that you need it in the first place.

 

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