REPORT SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT 877-237-0004 Call 911 if there is a life-threatening emergency. The Tennessee Child Abuse Hotline accepts al reports of suspected child abuse and neglect for the state of Tennessee. The Hotline is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Online: https://apps.tn.gov/carat/
HELEN ROSS MCNABB CENTER: Program that cares for children and adults, including psychiatric assessment, individual and family counseling, advocacy, child abuse and safety education. Contact: Shellie Hall 865-429-0557, firstname.lastname@example.org
V TN VOICES: SURVIVOR CONNECTION PROGRAM: Survivor Connection teams serve individuals including children, youth, and young adults ages 0 -24 who have been victimized (child abuse, child sexual abuse or assault, or witnessed domestic/family violence). Services are free for the family and completely voluntary. No insurance is required. Care coordinators and family support Specialists with lived experience visit the family at least once per week to provide in-home wraparound services offering support in the stabilization of the family, advocacy in community settings and linkages to community resources during a 4 – 6-month period of enrollment. Contact: Tammy Wilson, MS, CFLE SC NE Region Program Manager.
Services provided FREE of charge. Addiction Treatment referrals, peer support, primary prevention education, Free medication lockboxes, overdose prevention education, recovery support. Sevier County Lifeline Coordinator 865-507-0353 email@example.com
The Fix - Road to Recovery Do you, your child, your spouse, or friend struggle with Addiction? The Fix is an addiction recovery group for anyone struggling with drugs or alcohol addition, as well as a support group for family and friends. All are welcome and no one will be judge. This group meets at The Crossings Church (941 Douglas Dam Road, Kodak) in the Fellowship Hall on Mondays at 7 pm. For more information or someone to talk to call Curtis Trotter at 865-469-1451
Sevier County Office of Alcohol and Drug Programs as well as Sevier County CARES for drug prevention education, medication lock boxes, Narcan training and recovery/treatment resources. Please contact for an appointment: Nicole D. Ogle Director Sevier County C.A.R.E.S. 125 Court Avenue Suite 103E Sevierville, TN 37862 (865)705-9617 (cell) (865)774-3746(office) firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.seviercountytn.org/alcohol-and
drug-education.html Visit seviercountytn.org or sccares.org
Village Behavioral Health Treatment Center A residential treatment center for adolescents ages 13-17 who have struggled with mental health and substance use disorders. Now we are expanding t anxiety, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Bipolar disorder, Depression, Eating disorders, traumas and other mental concerns. Students have access to The Village Academy, a private school that is approved by the Tennessee State Department of Education. For more information call 865-970-3255 or o email@example.com 2431 Jones Bend Road, Louisville, TN 37777
Victim Advocacy Program thru the YWCA provides life-saving services to victims of Domestic Violence, racism, abuse, etc. in Knox, Sevier and Anderson Counties. Services include: Safety Planning and Danger Assessments, advocacy at the Family Justice Center both in court and in the community, as well as community education and support groups. All services are FREE. Call 24 hours a day at 865-216-0180.
FAMILY ADVOCATE FOR THE RELATIVE CAREGIVER PROGRAM: We work with families who have decided to take in children that are not of their household (nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren) in order to avoid having the children enter custody of the State. We provide FREE services to the families that have taken these related children into their households. We offer family advocacy, case management services, referral services, child and family activities and emergency financial assistance (if families qualify). Anyone can make a referral. I just need the full name of the person and their phone number. I can take it from there. I also speak fluent Spanish. Veronica Boling, Family Advocate (865) 850-9640 firstname.lastname@example.org Relative Caregiver Program East Smoky Mountain Region
HEARTLAND SEVICES: Program: Adult Day Service/Special Needs. Additional services/programs provided are assistance with job procurement and support, coaching, residential group home, pre-vocational training as well as family support. Contact: Ruth Williams 865-453-3254 ext 119 email@example.com
Partnership for Families Need a Sign Language Interpreter? 423-755-2822 or https://www.partnershipdhh.com/3/interpreting services HAVE A Deaf, Deaf Blind or Hard of Hearing person in need of support services? Contact: Teressa Gregory at 423-443-9721 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LAKEWAY CASA: The advocate for abused and neglected children and to help each child find safe, permanent and loving home. This Program provides trained community volunteers to advocate for the best interest of abused and/or neglected children as determined by the Juvenile Court System. Lakeway CASA of Sevier County: 109 Parkway, Suite 4A, Sevierville, TN 37862 Office: 865-318-3256 www.lakewaycasa.org Contact: Jamie Schnell 727-565-5919 or Kelley Williams 423-507-5762 email@example.com
SAFE HARBOR CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER: Safe Harbor partners with the Sevier County Sheriff's office to better serve the families and children of East Tennessee and provide change for #ABetterTomorrow. For more information, visit givetosafeharbor.org. Therapy for physically/sexually abused children. Contact: Donna Koester 865-774-1777 firstname.lastname@example.org
SAFESPACE 24 HOURS CRISIS LINE 1-800-244-5968 Safespace is a safe, secure, and confidentially located shelter. The shelter services we provide are comprehensive and specifically designed to anticipate the needs of victims in crisis. These shelter services include: 24-hour assistance with a professionally trained staff. Food, personal items, first aid and clothing. Individual and support groups counseling for both adults and children. Comprehensive victim advocacy. Educational advocacy for children transferring to a new school. 636 Middle Creek Rd. Suite # 3, Sevierville, TN 37862 Office: 865-453-9254 www.safespacetn.org Contact: Van Wolfe 865-453-9254 email@example.com
SENIOR CITIZENS HOME ASSISTANCE SERVICES: This program provides the elderly and persons with disabilities affordable life enrichment non-medical services and program to improve their quality of life from needs assessment, respite services, shopping, transportation, homemaker services and companionship services to individualized care plans. Contact: Delinda Summers 865-523-2920 firstname.lastname@example.org
The McNabb Center’s Parent Place program offers SUPERVISED VISITATIONS for children and families, non-custodial parents, grandparents, or other relatives. If you are experiencing a difficult divorce, or other custodial issue, the McNabb Center can provide a professional to observe visits in a safe and discreet location.
To find out if your family is eligible for this service, or to lean about other family programs, please all Shellie Hall at 800-255-9711.
Address: 1105 Oak Cluster Dr, Sevierville, TN 37862
Direct # 865-429-0557, ext. 1142 or email mcnabbcenter.org