Tennessee Redline and Centerpoint Crisis Detox


This past week, East Tennessee Law Enforcement disrupted a large scale drug operation and arrested multiple individuals who were responsible for supplying large amounts of heroin and fentanyl in the Knoxville area, as well as doctors in the region who were inappropriately prescribing opioid pain medication. Due to this large scale take down, we wanted to share important information for individuals who may be seeking help or treatment options for dug addiction. These resources are available 24/7 and they can assist regardless of insurance. Addiction is a nasty disease and our Officers see it each and every day. Addiction does not discriminate; it strikes every race, gender and age. We care about our community and want people who are struggling with addiction to get the help they need.

- Tennessee Redline

1-800-889-9789 (Statewide)

This is a 24/7 call center for information and referrals for people seeking resources and treatment. They should be able to call in and speak to someone who can refer them to various resources.

- Centerpoint Crisis Detox

865-603-4958 (Knoxville area)

This is for people who want to go in and Detox, which is the first step for folks wanting to enter rehad or treatment. This is also a 24/7 number.

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