Welcome to The Goodman Center

We are an integrated clinic offering both a traditional medical practice as well as behavioral health and addiction treatment. We know that medical problems, mental health issues and addictions can end up ruling your life. Sometimes these issues become so big that there seems like there is no way out. WE KNOW what it’s like to dread the sunrise because it marks the beginning of a new day of worry, compulsion, avoidance, and feeling like you will never be “normal”. WE KNOW because many of our staff have been there. WE KNOW that feeling of being alone, like there is no hope, no way out. The good news is WE KNOW there is hope, support, treatment, and recovery. WE KNOW what it’s like look forward to that same sunrise we used to dread.

Give us a call at 865-888-4100 and let us help you find the peace in the beautiful sunrise and enjoy the day!

SUBSTANCE ABUSE/DETOX

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The Goodman Center understands that not everyone needs an inpatient detox or lengthy inpatient treatment program. Our services are designed and delivered on an outpatient basis allowing you to continue working as well as take care of life’s business. From assessment, counseling, The Bridge Device, to a customized program, The Goodman Center has an option that is right for you.

          MENTAL HEALTH

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Addressing mental health as a combination of physiological and physical factors optimizes the client’s chance for placing the issue into permanent remission. Our treatment program combines medication, counseling, and nutritional therapy for optimal results.

     Integrated Health

What is Integrated Health Care? Integrated Care has been a buzz word in the healthcare industry for some time now. Integrated Care is the concept of bringing together the management and organization of services in relation to a diagnosis, treatment, and care of not only physical health but also mental health and social services. What does this mean for you? Simply put, quality health care from providers you can count on.

 

Home Detox with the BRIDGE

The BRIDGE is FDA cleared, applied in a simple 15 minute procedure and worn for 5 days, outpatient, at home. The BRIDGE is a safe and effective treatment to reduce or eliminate pain with no narcotics and little or no side effects. Contact us for more details.

Goodman Center, LLC
116 Concord Rd
Ste 100
Farragut, TN 37934

A Client Driven Model – No Judgment, No Fear, No Failure

Our Wellness Center in Knoxville has a strict policy to help people where they are regardless of their situation or beliefs. Unlike most traditional treatment centers who feel confrontation and oversight is the key, we believe the client should be motivated and engaged with kindness and compassion.

The Goodman Center

Hours
M  8am-6pm
T 8am-6pm
W  8am-6pm
Th 8am-6pm

Dear Clients,

I am writing to you all to discuss the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that is continuing to spread in the United States. As the situation continues to develop, it is crucial to be aware of the virus as well as to be prepared to keep yourself healthy. COVID-19 is a new strain of the coronavirus, a family of viruses that is responsible for many common colds, as well as viral types of pneumonia.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the vast majority (80%) of COVID-19 cases are mild. Current numbers show that about 3-4% of people die from COVID-19 (compared to 0.1% of flu deaths). Since COVID-19 is a new disease, it has taken time to develop testing, as well as to develop effective treatments, which would also decrease the number of deaths. Like the flu, the people who die or develop serious cases tend to be elderly, have a compromised immune system, or some other respiratory or medical problem.

The WHO and CDC report that the primary symptoms are fever and a dry cough. The differences are that with COVID-19, these symptoms will continue to worsen, and shortness of breath will start to appear. It is very important that anyone with these symptoms should stay at home and contact their doctor for further guidance.

So what can you do to keep yourself safe from COVID-19? The CDC recommends the following
1. Wash your hands frequently using soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You can also use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not present.
2. Maintain a distance of three feet from people who are coughing or sneezing.
3. Avoid touching your face or mouth with unwashed hands.
4. Cover your mouth and nose with the crook of your arm when coughing or sneezing.
5. Keep up to date on the news (resources below)

None of this is cause for panic; the sky is, in fact, not falling; however, it is a difficult situation. CURRENTLY, WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL.

As it stands now, it looks like COVID-19 will continue to spread and has the potential to cause significant disruption to our day to day lives. One of our most important jobs at the clinic is to be a consistent place of safety and support for our clients. In the event we will not be able to open the office, or you are unable to, then we may, depending upon insurance, be conducting some sessions via phone call or through video chat. This will allow us to continue our work together.

Going forward, please practice regular handwashing and cover your mouth when coughing during sessions. Do not come to the office if you are sick or have any of the symptoms described here. We will be regularly disinfecting surfaces to help prevent the spread of any illness

For now, we’ll keep calm and carry on to the best of our abilities.

Best Regards,

Lewis Frazer, Owner
The Goodman Center

Resources: ● Centers for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/ ● World Health Organization: www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/ ● Tennessee Dept of Health: https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html

● Check reputable news sites: The New York Times, CNN, NBC, FOX, etc. double-check anything that you see on social media – there are a lot of myths floating around.

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