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Place of Hope
105 N James Campbell Blvd, Columbia, TN 38401
Place of Hope Inc
105 North James Campbell Boulevard, Columbia, TN 38401
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Substance use treatment
Camelot of Mid South TN
230 East James Campbell Boulevard, Columbia, TN 38401
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Kings Daughters School Center for
900 Trotwood Avenue, Columbia, TN 38401
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Behavioral Healthcare Center at
1400 Rosewood Drive, Columbia, TN 38401
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Centerstone Maury County
1222 Medical Center Drive, Columbia, TN 38401
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Beating Addiction from Columbia, TN

Columbia, Tennessee is known as the “Mule capital of the world.” Columbia is home to about 34,000 people. More pre-Civil War homes are found in Columbia, TN than any other community in the country. One of the more historic cities in Tennessee, Columbia still sees its fair share of citizens who fall ill to a substance abuse problem.

Alcoholism and drug addiction try to drag people down to the lowest lows in life. People who fall ill to addiction might not know that there are options to change their ways of living. Too many people are under the impression that their addiction is unbeatable. That is not true, if you are willing to put the time and effort into bettering yourself then achieving sobriety is possible.

You will need help from a professional rehab staff. Other than rehab, the options are prison or death. Enrolling into rehab will put you into a supportive environment where people who are just like you are also trying to become sober. Everyone understands and helps one another. Taking away the emotions of feeling weak, isolated or unable to change your ways.

Is Detox the Same as Rehab?

The detoxification stage is a vital point in the recovery process. Detox takes place before entering rehab. Your body is probably filled with toxins from consuming drugs and alcohol during your addiction. In detox, your body will try to clean itself of all those chemicals.

During detox, your body will also try to break the physical connection that your body has developed to your abused substance. That is when withdrawal symptoms will occur. The most experienced withdrawal symptoms include: fatigue, loss of appetite, sweating, puking and shaking.

Many people think that if they detox on their own via cold turkey methods then their withdrawal symptoms will not be as bad. Again, that is false. It is extremely dangerous to detox without professional help. In some cases, withdrawal sickness can end up being fatal.

Attending an inpatient detox facility is probably your best bet. Inpatient centers provide medical assistance from a trained staff. You will also be provided with special medication to help you with the pain and discomfort caused by withdrawal symptoms.

Taking part in either opened or closed AA and NA meetings are great ways to connect with people who understand sobriety. The meetings are held by the 12-step community and are conducted daily in your area.

Medical Reviewer
Edward Jamison, MS, CAP, ICADC, LADC
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Jim Brown, CDCA
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