Substance Use Treatment

Outpatient substance use treatment.

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Recovery is Within Reach

Recovering from substance dependenceing can be difficult, and you don’t have to do it alone. Our substance use treatment programs are designed to support your recovery through a harm reduction approach. If your needs are more intensive, we will find you the help you need through our network of referrals. Help is a phone call away.

When to Seek Help

There are many behaviors that may indicate substance addiction. It may be time to get help if you or a loved one exhibit any of these symptoms:

Repeated, inability to quit substance use
Maintaining a large supply of substances
Planning for the next substance usage
A desire to use the substance daily
Withdrawal symptoms when not using the substance for a prolonged period

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Mothers Substance Use Recovery

Mothers who take opioids or other drugs during pregnancy may expose their babies to serious complications such as drug withdrawal - which can be fatal if untreated. Symptoms of infant withdrawal can include seizures, severe diarrhea, and poor feeding. Withdrawal and other challenges need to be addressed to ensure the child’s health and well-being.

Ridgeview’s MIST program treats drug dependent pregnant mothers, and mothers with drug-exposed infants or children up to five years of age, in an effort to create a stable, drug-free environment, and to provide the skills needed for better parenting. Our compassionate staff will conduct substance abuse and mental health assessments through home visits, individual therapy sessions, and weekly support groups held at Ridgeview.

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Adult Substance Use Recovery

STOP is a drug and alcohol treatment service for those who do not require an inpatient level of care. The program is typically a step-down from more intensive treatments, and begins only after withdrawal symptoms have ended. For those seeking methadone treatment or more intensive inpatient services, we can make referrals to the appropriate provider. To be eligible for STOP, individuals must be 18 years or older, and have been identified as needing treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. STOP services are currently available in Anderson, Campbell, Morgan, Roane, & Scott counties.

Participants in STOP are offered individual counseling sessions, along with group therapy. Additional counseling is available for family members, to help build the skills needed to maintain recovery and support the recovered.

Persons with co-occurring behavioral health disorders can require specialized care while recovering from substance dependence. Our staff are highly-trained to diagnose and treat the unique needs of these individuals. We believe everyone should have access to hope, healing, and recovery.

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