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Family Drug Treatment Court Opening in Anderson County

ASAP of Anderson partners with Anderson County Juvenile Court, School Systems, and multiple funders to open first Family Drug Treatment Court in the county.   Anderson County, TN, July 2018 – The effects of substance misuse are far reaching and cause stress on individuals, families and the entire community. This is especially true when adolescents […]

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ASAP Partners with Interfaith Community on Recovery Forum

Addiction and recovery impacts all of us, and the interfaith community plays an important role in recovery from substance misuse.  The Oak Ridge Recovery Interfaith Forum will bring together faith leaders and community organizations across Anderson County. ASAP of Anderson partnered with the Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County, First United Methodist Church of Oak […]

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Youth Ambassadors Encourage Peers to be Safe and Sober on Prom Night

  This time of year high school students are looking forward to those wonderful milestone moments like prom and graduation. Regrettably, these milestones can sometimes go hand in hand with tragedy when mixed with drugs or alcohol. ASAP of Anderson Youth Ambassadors are encouraging their peers to be safe and sober on prom night.  Youth […]

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Recovery at Powell Offers Healing, Support

Recovery at Powell, a ministry of Powell Church, focuses on healing, restoration, and transformation for all of us.  We all encounter challenges within our lives through our addiction, our loved one’s addiction, divorce, loss of health, loss of employment, broken relationships, death of a loved one, and so much more.  Recovery at Powell is a […]

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Ally Account: Commissioner Theresa Scott – Prevention Power Partner of the Year!

  As one of four small children in the family, I can remember fighting for the mail upon delivery.  Grandma lived several hundreds of miles away and always sent us goodie packages.  The special box always contained a hand- written letter, a small trinket and some sort of candied treats.  My favorites were the cinnamon […]

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