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There are several resources available to you that address many issues related to substance abuse, mental health and wellness, stop smoking, underage drinking, and more. Below you will find links to those resources.


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Resources For Recovery & Wellness

Recovery Resources


Since 1964, CADAS is dedicated to providing the highest quality treatment, prevention and education to the chemically dependent and their families within the surrounding communities. CADAS provides a full continuum of care and treats both Adults and Adolescents with substance abuse issues in both Residential and Outpatient settings (IOP & MAT). Transitional Living Services are also available for those in early recovery. We accept TennCare, Commercial Insurance & Private Insurance and have State Grant Funding for those that qualify.

or Call: 423-756-7644

Bradford Health Services

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. Bradford is also a Community Partner and offers free trainings to businesses interested in Drug Free Workplaces. Bradford accepts nearly all commercial insurance, TNCare, Bluecare, and Private Pay. Consults are free.
Contact: | 423-892-2639 Office or 423-322-4032 24/7 Crisis Number

Choices Women’s Program

Choices Women’s Program,
Volunteer Behavioral Health (4 locations in TN)
Intensive outpatient and recovery services - 800-567-6051

Magdalene Residential Programn (Thistle Farms

Magdalene Residential Program, Thistle Farms (Nashville) 2-year residential program

  • Housing,
  • medical care,
  • therapy,
  • education and
  • job training

MIST Program, Ridgeview Health Services

MIST Program, Ridgeview Health Services (Oak Ridge) Modified outpatient; can bring children to group therapy In-home case management Court advocacy Call and Speak With Melody Morris or Anna Reddick 865-481-6170

MOMS Program/Helen Ross McNabb

MOMS Program/Helen Ross McNabb (Knoxville) Linkage/facilitation to appropriate care Case management and education NAS specific parenting and recovery skills 865-329-9105

Volunteer Comprehensive Treatment Center—Acadia Healthcare

Volunteer Comprehensive Treatment Center—Acadia Healthcare MAT Outpatient Program Methadone/Suboxone + Counseling Clients 18 years or older 2347 Rossville Blvd. Chattanooga, TN 37408 423-265-3122

Alcohol Rehab Help

Alcohol Rehab Help is an informational web guide founded in 2020. Our site was created to help those struggling with alcohol use disorders (AUD), substance use disorders (SUD), and/or co-occurring mental health disorders. We help individuals understand their addictions and find the best treatment option based on their unique situation and individual needs.

All content is written by our team of journalists, researchers, doctors, and medical professionals and is fact-based and original. It is sourced from current scientific research, such as scholarly articles, textbooks, government agencies, and medical journals. Lastly, every article is fact-checked by an addiction counseling expert before publication.

Alcohol Rehab Guide - Treatment

ARG is dedicated to helping people overcome alcoholism and achieve long-term sobriety. Our team is made up of individuals who have personal experience with alcohol addiction, and understand the importance of delivering top-notch resources and information. That was our inspiration. ARG aims to educate people on the dangers of alcohol addiction and guide them or their loved one into a treatment program. Phone: 1 (887) 624-1853

FaithBased Resources

Tennessee Recovery Congregations

A network of more than 300
Certified Recovery Congregations, all faithbased congregations galvanized to support people in the community through the process of recovery. Dr. Monty Burk is the Director of Faithbased Initiatives. Download The Tennessee Recovery Congregtions ToolKit

Celebrate Recovery

Christ-Centered 12 Step Program Contact Chris Jackson 423-309-4254

Harbor Lights Recovery

Harbor Lights Recovery
Birchwood Church of God of Prophecy
11218 Dolly Pond Road,
Birchwood TN 37308

Recovery at Ooltewah

Recovery at Ooltewah
a Partner of the Recovery at Cokesbury Network
Embraces people who are struggling with all sorts of addictive issues, compulsive behaviors, loss, and life challenges. The 12 Steps, accountability, and fellowship with others in recovery are our tools. “Christ works through all these things to create miracles among us.”

Ooltewah United Methodist Church
6131 Relocation Way, Ooltewah, TN 37363

Behavioral Health

SAMHSA The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

TN Statewide Crisis Help Line

TN Statewide Crisis Line The statewide crisis line is a 24/7/365 call system to help anyone experiencing a mental health crisis. All calls are routed to a trained crisis specialist within your area. The service is free. 855-274-7471

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Línea nacional de prevención del suicidio en español

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Spanish Language Line

Tobacco Use

Tennessee Tobacco QuitLine

The Tennessee Tobacco QuitLine is ready to help you kick the tobacco habit. The QuitLine offers support from specially trained counselors who will provide individualized advice on how to quit for good. The 4Ds: Deep breathing, drinking water, delaying tobacco use and doing something else are just a few examples of the advice you will receive from the QuitLine. Call: 1-800-784-8669

Tobacco Free Chattanooga

Tobacco Free Chattanooga is a source of policy, prevention, and educational resources. We regularly provide a forum for concerns and a platform for action to change local and state tobacco policies. The program serves as a link between community members and cessation classes and resources existing in the community.