Focus Healthcare of Tennessee offers treatment and advocacy for adults struggling with substance addictions, eating disorders, or those with dual diagnoses. Our Whole Person Treatment approach applies to inpatient detoxification, residential, partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP). We offer 12-step programming alongside holistic therapeutic modalities. Focus Treatment Centers is in network with most major insurance companies.
Contact: www.focustreatmentcenters.com 800-675-2041

Cumberland Heights
Our treatment programs encompass the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of recovery through professional excellence, the principles of the Twelve Steps, and a safe, loving environment.

 

Contact: www.cumberlandheights.org 800-646-9998 OR 423-308-0689

CADAS provides a full continuum of services for adults and adolescents with substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders. We offer Medical Detoxification for adults, Residential services for adults and adolescents, Partial Hospitalization for adults and adolescents, and Intensive Outpatient for adults and adolescents. CADAS offers transitional living services for adults including some specific programming for women and children. CADAS also offers Prevention Services, DUI school, and drug testing services as requested.


CADAS is accredited by the Joint Commission. Most private insurance and TennCare accepted as well as services offered to those without insurance in our area meeting the criteria.
Contact: www.cadas.org


423-756-7644 OR 1-877-AT-CADAS

Bradford Health Services is a Community Resource Agency that provides free consults 24/7 and specializes in treating drug/alcohol addiction in adolescents and adults through In/Out patient services. Free Concerned Persons Group each Thursday.

 

We are also a Community Partner and offer free trainings to businesses interested in Drug Free Workplaces. Bradford accepts nearly all commercial insurance, TNCare, Bluecare, and Private Pay. Consults are free.


Contact: www.bradfordhealth.com 423-892-2639 Office or 423-322-4032 24/7 Crisis Number

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Chattanooga

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Chattanooga PO Box 23222 Chattanooga, TN 37422 cascna@gmail.com
1-888-463-2117 http://www.nachattanooga.com/

The Oxford House - 8 locations Across Chattanooga

Oxford House Throughout Tennessee + 8 locations in Chattanooga area Self-supporting, democratically run Marty Walker, TN Outreach Services 985-265-2991 marty.walker@oxfordhouse.org www.oxfordhouse.org

Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior Campus serves adults and seniors needing assistance with behavioral health and/or chemical dependency issues (including drug and alcohol) in both an inpatient and outpatient setting PHP, IOP—day and night.

Contact: www.parkridgevalley.com 24/7 Community Helpline RESPOND 423-499-2300

TNPrevent.org

The primary source for prevention-related resources, providers and opportunities in the State of Tennessee.

This collaborative website is funded through the Tennessee Department of Mental Health, Division of Substance Abuse Services and the State Prevention Enhancement Capacity Building Coalition.

Provides an effective and comprehensive faith-based solution to drug and alcohol addiction as well as other life-controlling problems. Teaches how to live life and function as a contributing citizen in society by applying biblically motivated principles to lives, relationships, family, local church, chosen vocation, and the community.

1108 W. 33rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37410

Contact: 423-756-5558

info@teen-challenge.com

www.teen-challenge.com/

Recovery Help For Men

Brothers Helping Brothers (Men only)
3418 Cleo Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37407


Pete Forman 706-419-8312

New Pathways (Men Only)
1310 Bailey Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37404
Vince Bryson 615-995-4012

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Addiction Help Resources

Advocates the End of Prescription Drug Abuse

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