Mothers and Infants Sober Together (MIST) Program

The Mothers and Infants Sober Together (MIST) program is developed to support and serve Anderson/Roane County drug exposed infants and their families with integrated physical and mental health care. The staff works as a team with the new mother in an effort to help create a stable, drug-free environment for the infant/family and to provide skills and knowledge toward optimized positive parenting.

The program's team consists of two case managers and a licensed social worker who will conduct substance abuse and mental health assessments through home visits, individual therapy sessions, collateral contacts and weekly support groups held at Ridgeview. We aim to improve the quality of life and daily functioning of drug-exposed infants and families.

To view the MIST Program brochure click HERE

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Watch our MIST Program video below.



For an initial face to face screening with a counselor to determine individual needs, call:
(865) 482-1076

NPR PART 1

 NPR PART 2