Are You in Need of Support?

Are you in need of treatment resources or recovery support? Please call one of the numbers below

CALL THE LOCAL LIFELINE
TN REDLINE – AVAILABLE 24/7

The Importance of Partnerships

Through regional partnerships, we plan to establish a continuum of care for adolescents and adults who suffer from substance abuse disorder. The addiction treatment communities in East Tennessee are overwhelmed with the opioid epidemic facing our region. There are currently very little resources in Region II for individuals struggling with addiction. It is our mission to engage community leaders in a dialog that will help in the establishment of better residential treatment options.

The Tennessee REDLINE

The Tennessee REDLINE is the 24/7/365 resource for substance abuse treatment referrals.  Anyone can call or text 800-889-9789 for confidential referrals.

The text message capability on the Tennessee REDLINE allows staff to make referrals via text or to follow up phone call referrals with texted information.  It also gives people an opportunity to interact and obtain information at their own pace rather than spending a period of time engaged in a call.  All conversations and referrals via text message or voice call are completely confidential.

The service is provided by the Tennessee Association for Alcohol, Drug and other Addiction Services (TAADAS) though a contract with the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS).

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People Referred to Treatment
*Statistic from FY 20

The Lifeline Peer Project

The Lifeline Peer Project is established to reduce stigma related to the disease of addiction and increase access to substance abuse recovery like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

Services available: Lifeline Representatives help start Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, and other self-help support groups. They help connect individuals with treatment and they speak publicly about their own personal experience with recovery.

There are 10 Lifeline coordinators serving regions state wide and 7 hybrid Lifeline coordinators focusing on rural, distressed counties.

contact a Lifeline Representative
CALL THE LOCAL LIFELINE

The Lifeline Peer Project

The Lifeline Peer Project is established to reduce stigma related to the disease of addiction and increase access to substance abuse recovery like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

Services available: Lifeline Representatives help start Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, and other self-help support groups. They help connect individuals with treatment and they speak publicly about their own personal experience with recovery.

There are 10 Lifeline coordinators serving regions state wide and 7 hybrid Lifeline coordinators focusing on rural, distressed counties.

contact a Lifeline Representative
CALL THE LOCAL LIFELINE
0
People Referred to Treatment
*Statistic from FY 20