Knox County Drug Overdose Support Group
Monthly Support Group Meetings Monthly support group meetings are available for parents, children, siblings or other family members who have lost a loved one due to the drug overdose epidemic. The purpose of this group is to help those family members deal with their loss by showing support, but most importantly, showing they are not alone and that there are others that have gone through or are going through the same devastation. Two of the coordinators are mothers who have lo
Drug Overdose Support Group's Empty Chair Campaign
Across Knox County, there will be hundreds of new empty chairs around dining tables this holiday season. Today marks the beginning of the Drug Overdose Support Group's Empty Chair Campaign. Sitting outside of the Knox County District Attorney General's Office, is an empty chair to help bring awareness to the tragic reality of our community's drug epidemic. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, visit www.all4knox.org, for community resources and information.
Increase in Tennessee Drug Overdoses during COVID-19
An update on 2020 overdoses. https://www.facebook.com/RCADC1/photos/a.411970233593/10159719565228594/
Recovery Month Award Winners
Congratulations to our Recovery Month Award winners! Voice of Recovery – U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander Boomer Brown Advocate of the Year – Paula Hoppers, Serenity Recovery CEO of the Year – Mike Coupe, Place of Hope Lifetime Achievement – Jacques Tate, Harbor House https://www.facebook.com/taadas1/posts/3593659504030464
TAADAS Recovery Month Awards Ceremony -- Virtually!
Through some ingenuity, we were able to livestream after all. Apologies for the barking dogs and shaky cell phone camera. Hasn't 2020 been something? But we're all in it together!! https://www.facebook.com/taadas1/videos/253223959159021