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    Agape                                                                                                Phone: 865-525-1661 (Office)

    428 E. Scott Avenue, 37917                                                              Phone: 865-546-7577 (Admit)

    Website: www.agapeinc.org                                                           Fax:     865-525-0318


    Agape is a residential therapeutic community staffed 24 hours a day by resident managers, Certified Substance Abuse Counselors, and client service personnel. Agape provides a home like environment for women recovering from chemical dependency and dependency related issues. Case management services are available.  Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 7:30AM – 5:00PM (Admissions)


    Bradford                                                                                           Phone: 865-693-9326

    301 South Gallaher View Rd Suite 300, 37919                 Phone: 800-333-1865 (toll free)

    Website: www.bradfordhealth.com           


    Bradford Health Services offers a wide variety of treatment options and services for assessment, detox-stabilization, and addiction therapy for pain management patients, intensive outpatient and residential hospitalization. Emergency consultation is available after normal business hours. Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


    Buffalo Valley, Inc.                                                             Phone: 800-447-2766 (toll free)

    501 Park Avenue South                                                                   Phone: 931-796-5427

    Hohenwald, TN 38462

    Website: www.buffalovalley.org


    Program provides affordable alcohol/substance abuse treatment to patients in need. Treatment services include job training, job placement assistance, GED training, case management, housing, and state of the art counseling to those most in need. Office Hours: Monday - Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


    CADAS (Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services)   Phone: 877-282-2327 (toll free)

    207 Spears Avenue                                                                                                         Fax:       423-756-7646

    Chattanooga, TN 37405

    Website: www.cadas.org

    Service: Program provides alcohol and drug treatment services for adults and adolescents. Adult services include intensive outpatient services available both in the morning and evening and residential services with 24/7 clinic care that provides respite, detoxification and therapeutic treatment services. Adolescent services are available for ages 13 to 18 for both genders. Adolescent program provides a full service treatment facility able to assist adolescents with substance abuse and severity of problems. Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


    Child & Family Tennessee                                                                        Phone: 865-246-1100

    3006 Lake Brook Blvd., 37909                                                        Fax:     865-588-4360

    Website: www.child-family.org


                A Man’s Voice

    An Intensive Outpatient Program offering hope to men who are affected by chemical addiction. Through a 16-week, integrated program of healing for mind, body, spirit, men learn to live purposeful, productive responsible and sober lives. Office Hours: Monday - Friday from 8:30AM – 5:00PM


    Great Starts

    Pregnant women who need help to become drug-free have access to supervised living, transportation, sober recreation, assistance with clothing, food and parenting skills. An entire range of programs are available to them and their children. The Nursery is designed to bring each child up to their potential. Program operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Length of enrollment in program varies from 6 months to a year.



    An Intensive Outpatient Program for adolescents who are struggling with addiction. Program meets from 4:00PM – 7:00PM three days a week. This program design is to assist youth facing similar challenges and learning new ways to cope with the life challenges they face. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30AM – 5:00PM


    New Beginnings

    A unique family-centered substance abuse treatment program for women and their children; includes therapeutic nursery care and is free to the participants. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30AM – 5:00PM


    Residential Program for Adolescents

    An Intensive residential program with 1 male facility in Knox County and 1 male/ 1 female facility in Blount County. This program serves children ages 12 years to 18 years old. This program provides alcohol and drug treatment, mental health services and assessments. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 9:00AM – 5:00PM


    Voice of a Woman

    An Intensive Outpatient Program offering hope to women who are affected by chemical addiction for 16 weeks. Education and support that are designed to address the unique needs of women are provided in a safe and respectful environment in group, individual, and family meetings. Aftercare services are provided for up to 36 weeks following the initial phase of the program. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30AM – 5:00PM



    Cornerstone of Recovery                                                  Phone: 800-684-6614 (toll free)

    1214 Topside Rd

    Louisville, TN 37777

    Website: www.cornerstoneofrecovery.com


    Cornerstone of Recovery consists of three main facilities, each of which offers a different variety of services. Services range from assessment/observation, medical detox, adult in patient and out patient services, groups and therapy to young adult inpatient treatment program. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week



    DRD Knoxville Medical Clinic (Methadone Clinic)                Phone: 865-522-0161

    626 Bernard Avenue, 37921

    DRD Knoxville Medical Central Clinic

    412 Citico Street, 37921


    DRD is primary focus is substance abuse treatment services including detoxification, methadone maintenance, and methadone detoxification. Special programs are offered for pregnant/postpartum women. Services are outpatient and special language services are available. Self-payment available. Hours: Monday – Friday from 5:30AM – 2:30PM


    Florence Crittenton                                                                                   Phone: 865-602-2021

    1531 Dick Lonas Road, 37909                                                        Fax:     865-602-2039

    Website: www.fcaknox.org


    ARC (Addiction Recovery Center)

    FCA’s pregnant/post-partum intensive outpatient program that provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services to pregnant and parenting women. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


    Square One

    An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a ground-breaking substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation program for adolescents ages 13 to 18. As a dual-diagnosis program, Square One seeks to serve young people dealing with addiction in conjunction with emotional and behavioral problems. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


                Youth Summit of Recovery

    This program is designed to provide intensive evidence-based alcohol and drug treatment to adolescents, both genders ages 13 – 17. The residential program uses a structured seven-day a week therapeutic environment to achieve rehabilitation. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM



    Helen Ross McNabb Center                                                         Phone:            865-637-9711

    201 W. Springdale Avenue, 37917                                                 Fax:     865-637-1278

    Website: www.mcnabbcenter.org


    CenterPointe                                                              Phone: 865-523-4704 (24 Hours)

    CenterPointe includes adult residential rehabilitation, outpatient care, and medical detoxification. The needs of the dually diagnosed (co-occurrence of chemical dependency and mental illness) and of individuals with gambling problems are also addressed within these programs. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


    Center Pointe – Detoxification Center

    The Detoxification Center is a medical detoxification program that serves adults over the age of 18 who are intoxicated or who are experiencing the adverse effects of withdrawal from alcohol or other drugs. Treatment is delivered in a medical treatment mode and usually lasts 5 to 12 days. Referrals may be made by hospitals, social service agencies, private physicians, treatment facilities, courts, family members or self-referrals.



    The Gateway Center is a residential substance abuse treatment program for adolescent males ages 13 to 18. Treatment involves a holistic approach to recovery and utilizes individual, group, and family counseling, alcohol and drug education classes, recreation, adventure-based counseling, therapeutic outings, and aftercare. Individualized treatment plans take into consideration the differences in adolescents' learning styles and developmental and social needs. Participation in the program is generally three to four months, and family involvement is a key element. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


    In Home Treatment

    The In-Home Treatment Program serves TennCare recipients ages 13 to 21 who have a co-occurring diagnosis of substance abuse and mental illness or mental retardation/developmental disabilities. Clients must live in Knox or one of 16 surrounding counties. Services include assessment, individual and family counseling, case management, alcohol and drug treatment and education, help with problem solving, conflict resolution and development of support and relapse prevention plans.  Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


    Intensive Outpatient Programs

    The Intensive Outpatient Programs offer gender-specific counseling sessions for chemically dependent adults. Each program provides 12 hours of structured programming per week that includes group therapy and substance abuse education. The average length of participation is six to 12 weeks. The programs also address other issues, such as family/relationship conflict, spirituality, domestic violence, co-dependency and social and legal problems. Referrals may be made by hospitals, social service agencies, private physicians, other treatment facilities, courts, family members or self-referral. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM



    Re-Directions is a highly structured after-school program for teens youth ages 14 to 18 that have substance abuse problems. The Re-Directions program meets three hours daily, four days a week for six to ten weeks. Family participation is encouraged. Clients learn and practice skills in communication, problem solving, and conflict resolution and refusal techniques in response to peer pressure through individual and group counseling sessions.

    Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM

    Residential Rehabilitation

    The Residential Rehabilitation program is a 21 to 28 day therapeutic program for chemically addicted adults. This level of care is designed to address significant problems with living skills. The goals of treatment are to maintain abstinence and prevent relapse. It also promotes personal responsibility and positive character change. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


    Supported Intensive System of Treatment Empowerment Recovery (Sisters of The Rainbow)

    SISTERS, located in the Western Heights housing development, are an intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program for adult women who live in Knox County. It attempts to overcome the barriers many women face in coming to treatment by providing transportation within a ten mile radius of the program. The goal of SISTES is to break the cycle of addiction, welfare, and poverty and to promote self-sufficiency. Program participation is about 1 year in length; must be 18 years of age. Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 4:00PM Phone: 865-521-9788


                Women's Community Liaison

    The Women's Community Liaison serves women age 18 and older who are residents of Knox County and need substance abuse services. Services include assessment, referral, and links with other services and help with transportation, child care and daily living needs. The program is especially beneficial to women with complex issues who need help navigating multiple systems. Referrals may be made by private physicians, treatment facilities, social service agencies or self-referral. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


    Metropolitan Drug Commission

    5908 Lyons View Drive                                                                    Phone: 865-588-5550

    Knoxville, TN 37919                                                                         Fax:     865-588-0891

    Website: www.metrodrug.org


    MDC is committed to reducing youth use and adult abuse of alcohol and other drugs. MDC provides information on drugs and alcohol provides referrals to agencies and educational opportunities for youth and adults. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 4:00PM.



    Midway Rehabilitation Center                                                   Phone: 865-522-0301

    1515 Magnolia Avenue, 37917                                                       Fax:     865-522-6394

    Website: www.midwayrehab.org


    Adult Residential Program

    Midway is a comprehensive extended care program offering a highly structured living environment for individuals re-entering the main stream of society. Residents progress through a Level System by completing course work and maintaining appropriate behavior. Evaluation of vocational, medical, behavioral and emotional needs provide the basis for treatment planning. Cost of the program is determined by the individual’s income or the referral source’s fee schedule in effect at the time of referral. All fees are approved annually by the Board of Directors. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


    Out-Patient Program

    Midway Out-Patient program offers a variety of different programs depending on the need of the client. Weekly process groups are conducted for people in recovery who need to focus on the day-to-day aspects of abstinence. Length of services varies according to each individual. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM


    New Life Lodge                                                                                Phone: 800-365-3899

    (Adolescent & Adult Treatment)

    999 Girl Scout Road, Burns, TN 37029

    Website: www.newlifelodge.com


    New Life Lodge is a freestanding inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving male and female adults and adolescent patients. Treatment is tailored to meet the needs as presented by the individual seeking treatment. The multidisciplinary staff of New Life Lodge provides a continuum of services including comprehensive evaluations, 23 hour observation, medically-managed detoxification and rehabilitation, day treatment, intensive outpatient, and transitional living programs. Office Hours: Monday –Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM



    Covenant Health                                                                             Phone: 865-970-9800

    P.O.Box 2000 Jones Bend Road

    Louisville, TN 37777

    Website: www.peninsula-hospital.org


                Peninsula Hospital

    Our 155-bed treatment center located in Louisville, Tenn., provides inpatient mental health and alcohol/drug crisis stabilization services for adults, adolescents and children. Our caring medical staff is available at all times to ensure the safety and well being of our patients. We also offer medical detoxification for chemically dependent patients, and our hospital is one of the few facilities in the area that can accept involuntary commitments. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


                  Peninsula Outpatient Centers

    Peninsula offers flexibility with outpatient treatment programs. These locations offer a variety of mental health and alcohol/drug programs. Services include medication evaluation and management, Individual/Family therapy, Case Management, and other extend services.  Office Hours may vary per location.


                Outpatient Sites:


    The Lighthouse

    6800 Baum Drive


    Blount- Outpatient Center

    210 Simmons Street


    Loudon-Outpatient Center

    423 Medical Park Dr., Suite 400


    Sevier- Outpatient Center

    124 N. Henderson Avenue


                Recovery Education Center

    Peninsula Recovery Education Center (REC) is a place where people who struggle with mental illness develop their own programs to enhance and support their recovery. The REC, a part of Peninsula Outpatient Services, provides a place for learning and support with students and trained staff. Sessions are eight weeks. Classes meet five days a week, 9 a.m. – 3 .p.m. Snacks and lunch are provided.


    Steps House, Inc.                                                                            Phone: 865-573-7152

    P.O. Box 23202, 37933                                                                     Fax:     865-609-9291          

    712 Boggs Avenue, 37920

    Website: www.stepshouse.net



    Residential Recovery Support Program

    Steps House offers a residential recovery program for men over 18 years old with substance abuse and/or chemical dependency issues. This community-based, group living situation is designed to break the cycle of homelessness. It also provides a strict, disciplined environment that is a highly structured course on recovery from addiction, life skills, discipline and responsibility. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week


    Veterans Service Program

    Our GPDO (Grant Per Diem Only) Homeless Program is licensed by the State of Tennessee, Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities as a supportive living facility. This program is a collaborative effort between Steps House and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs and is designed to help end the cycle of homelessness among our nations Veterans. Steps Program utilizes a multitude of services within the VA as well as community based services in order to provide a holistic, comprehensive approach to addressing each veteran’s problems.


    Teen Challenge of East Tennessee                                                         Phone: 865-546-8933

    3121 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, 37915                                             Fax:     865-521-0921

    Website: www.tcofetn.org


                Residential Drug Treatment Program

    Teen Challenge National has a long-term substance abuse residential program in the United States. Our office will assist in explaining the specifics about the program and help assist with make the proper arrangements for entrance into a residential program. Program is available for youth ages 13 to 18 years of ages and for both men and women over the age of 18. Some charges may apply with varied programs. (Residential Facilities are not located in Knoxville) Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 9:00AM – 5:00PM


                The Counseling Center

    The TC Counseling Center offers Christian counseling for families and individuals who have any life –controlling problems such as drugs, alcohol, fear, rebellion, marital problems, anger, etc… Our main focus is to point people away from these problems by pointing them to their only solution- Jesus Christ.





    The Solution Source                                                                       Phone: 865-525-0391

    4038 Gap Road Suite 202, 37912

    Website: www.changethruchoice.com


    The Solution Source LLC is a licensed Outpatient Mental Health Clinic that supports children and families during difficult life transitions. The Solution Source LLC’s programs and services preserve, strengthen, and sustain biological, foster and adoptive families through a system of quality care. Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:00AM - 4:30PM. The Clinic offers an array of treatment services:


    • Comprehensive Diagnostic & Evaluation Services
    • Individual, Family & Couples Therapy
    • Intensive Outpatient Program
    • Group Therapy/ Play Therapy
    • EMDR / TF-CBT
    • Case Management
    • Home Based Counseling
    • A&D Assessments / Drug Screening
    • Tutoring
    • Home Maker Services
    • Parent Skills Training & Assessment
    • Supervision & Consultation

    The Village                                                                           Phone: 865-970-3255

    Acadia Healthcare, Inc.                                                    Toll Free: 800-255-8336    

    2431 Jones Bend Road                                                         Fax:     865-970-1875

    Louisville, TN 37777

    Website: www.peninsula-hospital.org


    The Village is a psychiatric residential treatment facility specializing in treating adolescents who have not been successful in other treatment settings. We offer specialized treatment in a highly structured setting for adolescent males and females 13 -17 years of age. Our highly trained staff provides services to help severely troubled adolescents overcome behavioral, emotional, mental or psychological problems that have caused problems in family interactions and relationships, school achievement, peer groups and socialization. Program Hours: 24 Hours; 7 Days a Week