Recovery Resources

This page is dedicated to those who are
drowning in the wake” and seeking recovery.

It is estimated that over 81,000 Americans died from drug overdoses from June’19 – May’20 the increase is directly related to Covid-19.

222 People A Day Are Dying!

Source: CDC WONDER

National Organizations for Recovery Assistance

SAMHSA’s National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Find Help

https://www.findhelp.org/

Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic. Also find help for Addiction Recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous

https://www.aa.org/

Narcotics Anonymous
https://www.na.org/

Celebrate Recovery
https://www.celebraterecovery.com/

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.

RU Recovery

https://rurecovery.com/

RU is a biblically based, Christian Addiction Recovery Program, designed to rescue, recover, and restore those in addictive behaviors with the power of the hidden life found only in Jesus Christ. RU is an addiction recovery class, that started in Rockford, Illinois, and offers residential help for addicted men and ladies, that now has expanded into churches, prisons, and online resources across USA communities and around the world.

PAL

https://palgroup.org/

Parents with a child addicted to drugs and/or alcohol can find hope in a support program called Parents of Addicted Loved-ones (PAL).  PAL meetings are open to anyone of any faith or background as our primary goal is to provide hope through education and support for parents dealing with addicted loved ones.

GRASP

http://grasphelp.org/

Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Too many times we suffer not only the death of the person we love, but we become isolated in our grief. We feel, and too many times it is true, that no one understands our pain. But at GRASP, we do. We have suffered this same kind of loss and we have found the love and connection that only those who have lived this loss can give another. And while the pain of this loss will always be with us, we have found through GRASP that we don’t have to walk the road that is our pain alone. We walk it together; hand in hand and heart to heart.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

https://www.nami.org/

National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.  NAMI Focuses On Raising Awareness And Providing Support And Education To Those In Need.

National Institute on Drug Abuse

https://www.drugabuse.gov/

NIDA’s mission is to advance science on the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction and to apply that knowledge to improve individual and public health. This site has excellent publications available on Drug Abuse.

 

Tennessee Recovery Organizations

Addiction Recovery Program (ARP)
The Addiction Recovery Program (ARP) offers a variety of services to individuals with issues brought on by their substance abuse.

https://www.tn.gov/behavioral-health/substance-abuse-services/treatment—recovery/treatment—recovery/recovery-support-services.html

Who’s Eligible?
Tennessee residents eighteen and older who have a substance use disorder or co-occurring disorder may be eligible based on a formal screening and assessment. They must also meet the 133% federal poverty guidelines as set by the United States Department of Health and Human Service.


Lifeline Peer Project
http://www.tnlifeline.com

What is the Lifeline Peer Project?
The Lifeline Peer Project is established to reduce stigma related to the disease of addiction and increase access to substance abuse recovery like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

TN Redline

1.800.889.9789

The Tennessee REDLINE is the 24/7/365 resource for substance abuse treatment referrals. Anyone can call or text 800-889-9789 for confidential referrals. Since 1989, the Tennessee REDLINE has served as a referral service to addiction treatment for people and their families looking for help for substance use disorder.