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Tennessee Helplines for Substance Abuse & Drug Addiction

Tennessee Helplines for Substance Abuse & Drug Addiction

In Tennessee, substance abuse remains a significant public health issue. According to the CDC, 10.47% of the state's population have used illegal drugs in the past month. In 2021, overdoses claimed the lives of 3,813 individuals in Tennessee. Statistics for the previous year are not yet compiled.

Addiction doesn't only affect Tennessee; it's a nationwide crisis. However, assistance is available. Presented below are three no-cost resources for Tennesseans struggling with substance abuse. Recognizing addiction as an illness is the first step towards recovery, and we're here to support that journey.

Tennessee Rehab Hotline

The Tennessee Addiction Hotline offers support around the clock at no cost and guarantees anonymity for individuals seeking help with addiction. Assistance is readily available; simply dial (888) 515-2778 to speak with a professional who's prepared to provide support. For additional information and resources, visit the website. Don't hesitate to reach out—support awaits your call.

Tennessee Redline

The Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services in Tennessee provides a helpline available around the clock for all inhabitants. If you need support or resources, dial or send a message to 1-800-889-9789 and you'll be connected with a referral specialist. For more information, visit their website.

DMHSAS 24/7 Helpline

This department also has a helpline for residents. To speak with a specialist, call 855-274-7471, or for additional details, visit this page. It includes a link to the Prevention Alliance of Tennessee, an organization committed to reducing statewide alcohol use and providing services at no cost.

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