Helping you find your road to recovery today
Our mission is to mobilize the community in a unified effort to decrease substance use through raising awareness, improving prevention, collaboration with stakeholders, and addressing gaps in services.
Our case manager comes alongside you to help with your current needs and accessing community resources to help meet those needs.
These needs may include things such as food and clothing, assistance applying for housing or benefits, or assistance applying for jobs.
Our case manager helps you work around barriers to gaining employment and getting your life back on track.
One-on-one mentoring. Recovery support from someone who has firsthand experience with recovery and the barriers to recovery.
All Recovery Support Group.
Learn about triggers for relapse and ways of coping with those triggers. Learn practical life skills and work on ways to prioritize your recovery.
Other peer support groups:
Seeking treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders can be overwhelming and intimidating. This often makes one feel powerless and not know which road to take. Allow us to come alongside you to help you navigate treatment and find the path that is right for you.
Preliminary A&D assessment and treatment recommendations through Criminal Justice Liaison.
Must be a Bradley County resident (or homeless in Bradley County)
Must be 18 or older
Must be justice-involved (i.e. on probation or parole, recent arrest or charges, enrolled in recovery court, etc)
Substance Use Disorder (current or recent substance use or misuse)
If you're unsure if you qualify or for questions about eligibility, call 423-464-7568