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TAADAS

Our Mission - To Educate, Support and Engage our members and public. Influence policy and advocate for addiction treatment, prevention, and recovery services.

 

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Programs under TAADAS

 

Recovery Books & Things

We are a unique recovery bookstore offering books and gifts supporting you or your loved one through your journey – from learning and exploration to healing and celebration.

 

The Tennessee REDLINE

The Tennessee REDLINE (1-800-889-9789) is a toll-free information and referral line coordinated by TAADAS and funded by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health Substance Abuse Services.

The purpose of the REDLINE is to provide accurate, up-to-date alcohol, drug, problem gambling, and other addiction information and referrals to all citizens of Tennessee at their request. The Redline provides referrals for Co-Occurring A&D disorders that arise along with Mental Health disorders. The Tennessee REDLINE is promoted, and calls are received, from all over Tennessee. Treatment and other program referrals are made on the REDLINE. Callers are provided with at least 3 referral sources when possible. REDLINE staff does not do therapy or counseling with the caller or substance abuser but gives them the information to put them in touch with someone who will provide a diagnosis, prognosis, or assessment of the mental or physical health of the substance user/abuser. The REDLINE strives to provide the caller with specific referrals based on their stated needs.

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The Tennessee Clearinghouse

The Clearinghouse’s mission is to provide a comprehensive information dissemination service for all Tennesseans. The Clearinghouse is home to a large and varied collection of resources that are continually updated and expanded. The extensive resource center for alcohol, drug and other addiction information offers free materials including pamphlets, fact sheets, booklets, and posters, etc. Topics range from general addiction knowledge to current research and trends.

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