Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Rating: 2.8   (5)
(901) 523-8990
1030 Jefferson AvenueMemphisTennessee  38104


Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center that is situated in lovely Memphis, Tennessee at 1030 Jefferson Avenue. Addiction to drugs, alcohol, or any other substance of abuse, can take a toll on the well-being and livelihood of the addict. It's important that these individuals seek professional treatment, guidance, and care in order to safely and successfully beat the addiction. Whether the patient requires inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment, Veterans Affairs Medical Center can provide patients with everything they need to beat addiction.

It's very typical for an addict to believe that they can overcome addiction on their own. Although this idea may seem tangible, going cold turkey is unsafe and more than likely will result in a relapse in the very near future. It's imperative that addicts seek the help of Veterans Affairs Medical Center as patients will receive quality addiction care and treatment methods at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. If addicts do not seek help for drug and alcohol addiction, their future will be unclear. This is because addiction is a degenerative and progressive disease that requires intense, professional treatment in order to conquer.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center can provide patients aged 18+ with unique treatment methods along with compassionate care and guidance. The counselors that work with the patient will be by their side every step of the way, helping to ensure their success in recovery. Every addict is able to overcome their addiction if they want it badly enough, but it does take the professional help of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in order to get to the level of sustained sobriety.

Through deciphering the core reasons why the patient uses drugs and alcohol as an escape will help counselors to better create a treatment program that works for them. A tailor-made approach to recovery is what patients will receive when they enter Veterans Affairs Medical Center and this is believed to be the best way to treat addiction.

If patients are truly ready to overcome their addiction and begin a new happy and content life than they will succeed in recovery. They must be in that mindset, though, in order to achieve lasting sobriety. Visit Veterans Affairs Medical Center online now at and recognize how quality treatment can change one's life for the better.


  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Medicaid
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Medicaid
  • Most Insurances

Google Reviews

  5.0   6 months ago

Im a medically retired army sergeant first class. I have received medical care at the Memphis va medical center since 1984. I haven't had any problems receiving medical care at the regional hospital or any of its satellite branches. Sure the VA encounters many issues as any of the medical facilities. My latest encounter with the VA Memphiswas on 23 August 2017. When I entered the ER I was met with urgency that was both professional and humanly caring. During my stay in the er,icu and on the ward, all those I encountered during my stay attended to my needs without delay. All the doctor , nurses and staff were professional and carried out their duties. Thanks for your services. James Hayes

  5.0   9 months ago

There's a lot of good doctors and nurses and other employees at the VA Hospital! They are some of the most caring an professional people!

  5.0   12 months ago

I drove my guy to the VA Hospital in Memphis TN at about 3 am on a Sunday morning , he was in so much pain from a flare up of Gout. He could not even stand a sheet to touch his foot. I thought they were very professional and took great care of him . Thanks VA

  3.0   1 year ago

After two years of treatment, P.T., Nerve Blocks and pain shots it was determined by the neurosurgeon that I had to have surgery, After plenty of discussion with the doctors I decided to procede with the operation, everything was successful, but when I got out out surgery and went to my room I noticed it was Filthy!...It was a guy in the bed next to me that was leaving and when he left someone came in and piled all the linen on the bed and left it!...I had to call multiple times to get someone to remove the stuff and remake the bed, then when I finally made it to the bathroom it was worse!...A strong smell of urine and the light didn't work over the shower and the floor looked liked it hadn't been mopped in weeks...It took several trips of the cleaning crew to at least get it to where it was ok to enter it, my daughter and fiance came in with pine sol and cleaner so I could at least sit on the tiolet...I had no complaints of the staff because they treated me great, they were kind and helpful and very punctual with my meds but the place was Nasty, How are you supposed to recover in a filthy room.

  5.0   1 year ago

Mostly veterans serving Veterans... the UT specialists are very courteous to us ole crusty veterans. Plus I know the Veterans Affairs plan poor for jokers that where shooting at us is.. oh wait they DON'T HAVE ONE!

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