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Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System (VBHCS)
The Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System (VBHCS) offers a broad range of support to those in treatment and recovery in Tennessee. Services include peer support centers throughout the state, the PATH housing program, diversion services for the justice-involved, and the M.A.S.H. housing program for veterans.
Helen Ross McNabb Center
The Helen Ross McNabb Center provides multiple services to adults and families in Tennessee, including home visitation for families with new babies, parenting classes, support for youth aging out of foster care, victim services, and services for the justice-involved. They also provide mental health care for all ages and substance use treatment programs for adults.
Johnson City Recovery Center
The Johnson City Recovery Center offers multiple services to help support individuals in recovery, including recovery coaching, wellness and education, recovery support groups, a computer lab, limited transportation assistance, naloxone (Narcan), and fentanyl test strips. Peer recovery specialists can also help you navigate community resources such as housing, food, employment and education support, and more.
Tennessee 211
Tennessee residents who call 211 are able to access a wide variety of social services, including food, clothing, housing services, transportation assistance, medical services, mental health and substance use treatment, employment and education support, and much more. Rather than looking up individual programs, call 211 and get everything you need in one place.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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Tennessee Harm Reduction
Tennessee Harm Reduction offers free naloxone (Narcan) kits by mail, and they also sell a variety of other harm reduction supplies that are delivered by mail. They have syringes, safe-use supplies, fentanyl test strips, and more. The website also has a list of syringe service programs in the state.
Regional Overdose Prevention Specialists
Tennessee distributes free naloxone (Narcan) kits and provides overdose prevention training throughout the state at Regional Overdose Prevention Specialists (ROPS) locations. This state website provides an interactive map to show you which ROPS location is nearest to you. Organizations may offer other harm reduction supplies and substance education as well.
TN Dept of Health - Syringe Services Programs
For those looking for sterile syringes and other harm reduction supplies, this Tennessee Department of Health website has an interactive map so you can connect to the syringe service program (SSP) closest to you. SSPs provide syringes, safe-use supplies, sharps containers, HIV/Hep C testing, overdose prevention education, referrals to medical care, social services, and substance use treatment for those who are interested.
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Tennessee Continua of Care Regions
For Tennessee residents who are experiencing or close to homelessness, the state offers Continua of Care Regions that provide housing services. The state website has an interactive map where individuals can click on their county and get contact information for emergency shelter, transitional housing and skill building, and help with permanent housing. If you’re in need, reach out to the appropriate agency for help.
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