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A safe way to carry out informative, collaborative, and time-effective conversations with patients about their substance use.

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Disposing of your medicines at an official collection event will ensure that they will not be stolen from the garbage, will not enter our environment and eliminates the potential for abuse and overdoses at home.

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      2018 ‘State of Tobacco Control’ report finds Tennessee lawmakers must still do more to reduce tobacco use by repealing preemption to enable communities to pass local ordinances designed to protect the public from secondhand smoke, ensure all Americans benefit from progress   2018 “State of Tobacco Control” shows Tennessee earned mixed grades on its […]

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    Remember When Everyone Was Jumping in the Clinch River?

    You may not know, but ASAP has a new employee. Hi, I’m Jennifer Burnette the new Prevention Coordinator! The ASAP team has given me the reigns to do a little posting on our blog, and as winter seems to be coming to a close with 70 degree weather in the forecast, I thought it would […]

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    Faith Based Forum to be held January 30th at 6pm

                              The State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services has launched an exciting, new mission partnering with faith-based communities across the state. Together, we are building a recovery network comprised of compassionate and concerned citizens who are reaching out […]

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    2018 Anderson County Ally of the Year!

      ASAP is pleased to announce the candidates running for 2018 Anderson County Ally of the Year.  Candidates for the award were nominated by community members for their passion for creating a healthy and productive Anderson County and are united by one goal: to use their leadership, influence and communication skills to raise funds to […]

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    Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma

      Stigma has long-since been a major factor in seeking treatment for mental health and substance use disorder. Take a few moments to read this article and tell us what you think!   Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma  

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