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Prom Season is Here!

Learn about what the ASAP Ambassadors are doing to encourage a safe and sober prom night.

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SBIRT

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

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BornDrugFreeTN.com has help for mothers, friends & family and providers.

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Medicine Disposal

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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    What You Need To Know

      Wellness Program at First Baptist Church of Clinton       The Family Life Center at First Baptist Church of Clinton provides many opportunities for wellness activities and fellowship. Among the many ministries offered by the church, First Baptist provides fitness and wellness classes that are open to the community. Visitors are welcome too! […]

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    ASAP Updates

      As is custom, ASAP coalition members have already started spending some time with legislators. In early February, ASAP staff traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the CADCA Forum conference. Throughout the week, ASAP connected with other coalitions from our state as well as across the country to discuss substance misuse, prevention, best practices and […]

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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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    Opioid Addiction: Improving Patient Outcomes–Materials for Physicians

          For Dr. Don Teater’s electronic handout, click on the link below. Dr. Teater’s CV is available here.     Handouts Tennessee 2 DRT 3-2018        

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