The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is proud to offer the TN Recover app. Available for download in the Apple App Store for iOS devices or the Google Play Store for Android devices, the TN Recover app is designed for people in recovery from substance use disorder or for people looking to get more information on preventing addiction. People can also use the app to contact the Regional Overdose Prevention Specialist in their area to obtain naloxone to reverse an opioid overdose.
Download the app by texting “SAVE“ to 30678.
“When I am unwilling to do the right thing, I become restless, irritable, and discontent.”
Prime For Life | DUI Class
We are currently working on updating our 2022 schedule for DUI Class.
Check back for updates or give us a call.
The Tony Rice Center recognizes that substance abuse disorders sometimes co-occur with mental health disorders, so it is with this knowledge that the Tony Rice Center endeavors to improve the quality of life for all people with co-occurring disorders in Tennessee. The Tony Rice Center strives to improve these areas by implementing and promoting an advanced treatment strategy that addresses both disorders and also by assuring access to all community-wide behavioral health services.
To maintain a safe and cost efficient rehabilitation center for persons who meet DSM-IV criteria indicating alcohol,drug abuse or dependence and co-occurring mental health related disorders.
To educate the necessary recovery and coping skills most effective with daily living.
To promote accountability and a sense of responsibility by the individuals we serve, to their families and community
To assist our clients in obtaining employment and in developing the skills necessary to maintain employment.
Tony Rice Center is staffed with quality and knowledgeable personnel, experienced in providing the latest information regarding addiction. The Clinical Team participates in continuing education that ensures the highest quality of client education in regard to co-occurring disorders and addiction therapy. They serve not only TRC Residents, but also the local community as well.