Free Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Tennessee

If you have developed a dependence on alcohol or drugs and are seeking treatment and are without funds, then you are in the right place. We provide free, sliding scale, and affordable addiction treatment centers in Tennessee. Our listings include all types of addiction treatment. This ranges from alcohol and drug treatment to many other types of addiction centers. Our main goal is to provide free locations, but we also list sliding scale and other 'almost free' treatment locations. The services differ on each listing some provide outpatient and inpatient and others just provide one or the other.

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  • Drug Addiction Treatment Centers
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  • Government Subsidized
  • Sliding-scale Fees
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Top Reviewed Free or Low-Cost Addiction Rehabs in Tennessee

Finding hard to locate resources for the top reviewed substance abuse treatment and detox facilities that provide rehabilitation services for little to no cost in Tennessee TN. These facilities use sliding scales, grants, and government and county funds to finance the rehabilitation services they provide.

This list is constantly updating, as some facilities exhaust available funding, new grants or scholarships become available, and non-profits open and close. Currently, the top free or low-cost drug rehabilitation centers in Tennessee TN include:

Finding hard to locate resources for the top reviewed substance abuse treatment and detox facilities that provide rehabilitation services for little to no cost in Tennessee TN. These facilities use sliding scales, grants, and government and county funds to finance the rehabilitation services they provide.

Aspell Recovery Center

331 North Highland Avenue, Jackson 38301

Center Description: Provides many types of treatment:Residential treatment, outpatient treatment, transitional living, independent living program. They also provide a women's treatment program.Aspell is a non profit organization.Mission Statement: Aspell Recovery Cente

User Reviews: Aspell Recovery Center meets patients where they are at from all walks of life and helps them develop a routine for long-term recovery. The staff is comprised of mostly people in Aspell Recovery Center themselves. They have walked in your shoes and have experience in what you dealing with along your journey.

Bradford Health Services- Chatanooga

6160 Shallowford Road, Suite 103

Chattanooga, TN 37421

Offering:Adolescent Intensive Outpatient ProgramAdolescent Continuing CareAdult Intensive Outpatient ProgramAdult Continuing CareGeneral Family SupportPayment is on a sliding fee scale based on income and other factors, also accepted is cash, self-pa

Discovery Place

1635 Spencer Mill Road

Burns, TN 37029

Discovery Place is a nonprofit alcohol and drug rehab center dedicated to helping men recover from addiction and alcoholism. We are located approximately 30 miles west of Nashville, TN, and enjoy a flawless reputation in the Middle TN sober community

Alternative Counseling Center LLC

3105 Essary Drive

Knoxville, TN 37918

Alternative Counseling Center was founded in order to help patients have access to all of the specialists they need in order to over come their addictions in one place. ACC offers programs such as psychiatric care, pharmacological care, individual ps

Council for Alcohol/DA Servs Inc (CADAS) Scholze Ctr for Adolescents

911 Pineville Road

Chattanooga, TN 37405

While in treatment, clients also participate in: Meditation and relaxation classes Small group therapy One-on-one counseling Weekly care plan review A theater program Video and lectures material s

The HART Center

384 Madison Avenue

Memphis, TN 38104

The HART Center commits to provide a safe setting and quality care to those who seek to move into a wellness based lifestyle so they may find emotional spiritual physical balance with love for the greatest benefit to All. Treatment offers additional

LifeCare Family Services

145 Thompson Lane

Nashville, TN 37211

Areas of Care:Case managementCounselingFamily preservationFamily SOSIntake and assessmentPsychiatric and nursingPsychological TestingCTT Child CareSupervised visitationPayment is on a sliding fee scale base on income and other factors, also accepted

Hope of East Tennessee Inc

188 Raleigh Rd.

Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Location services description: Substance abuse treatment.Treatment received at location: OutpatientTypes of patients treated: Seniors/older adults, DUI/DWI offenders.HOPE of East Tennessee, Inc., is a non-profit organization providing recovery reside

Samaritan Recovery Community Inc

319 South 4th Street

Nashville, TN 37206

Programs offered:Intensive residentialCo-occurring programTransitional livingOutpatient programBridgeway crossingsSupportive housingContinuing careFamily programDUI schoolOffice is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Central time)Paym

Solutions Retreat Inc.

5405 Forest Acres Drive

Nashville, TN 37220

A small, very affordable, 24- hour-a-day, 28-day residential and long-term residential opportunity where men (18 and older) can face core issues, get honest, get and stay clean and sober, and change their lives in ways you could never imagine.They ha

Child and Family Tennessee Great Starts

3006 Lake Brook Boulevard

Knoxville, TN 37909

Location services description: Substance abuse treatment. Treatment received at location: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days), Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment Types

Professional Care Services of West Tennessee- Ripley

403 Commerce St

Ripley, TN 38063

Services and programs of Professional Care Services: Individual, Couples, & Family CounselingIndividual & Group TherapyMental Health AssessmentAlcohol and Drug TreatmentMedication ManagementCase Management24-Hour Adult Crisis ServicesSupervised Resid

STARS Nashville TX/Recovery

1704 Charlotte Avenue Suite 200

Nashville, TN 37203

Youth Overcoming Drug Abuse (YODA) is an intensive outpatient program of STARS foradolescents with substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders.Gender-Specific Intensive Outpatient Treatment ProgramsServices are free to youth ages 13 to 18 who a

Camelot Care Centers

1135 West Third North Street

Morristown, TN 37814

Camelot's substance use program is designed for adolescents, teens, and young adults who are participating in substance abuse. This program motivates a decision and commitment to change. It is a comprehensive program that is developmentally app

Healing Arts Training Center

1384 Madison Avenue

Memphis, TN 38104

Location services description: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification. Treatment received at location: Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment Types of patients treated: Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Per

Helen Ross McNabb Center

5310 Ball Camp Pike

Knoxville, TN 37921

Helen Ross McNabb Center provides a program called the.Life Skills Training..(LST) program. This program provides substance abuse and violence prevention counseling to high-risk children in grades six through nine. Children enrolled in the 14-week pr

Helen Ross McNabb Center Inc CenterPointe Adult Services

5310 Ball Camp Pike

Knoxville, TN 37921

Location services description: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services. Treatment received at location: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less) Types of patients treated: Persons with co-occurring mental and subst

A New Day Rehabilitation and Counseling Services

3125 Mendenhall - #230

Memphis, TN 38115

Organizational Type:A New Day Rehabilitation & Counseling Services is a 501 (c) (3), nonprofit organization incorporated in the state of Tennessee. MissionA New Day Rehabilitation & Counseling Services mission is to provide educational and vocational

Care of Savannah (Jack Gean Shelter for Men)

50 East End Drive

Savannah, TN 38372

Care of Savannah Inc (also known as Jack Gean Shelter for Men) is a treatment center in Savannah, Tennessee that focuses on substance abuse services by providing substance abuse treatment and halfway house services. The programs offered are designed

Serenity Recovery Centers Inc

1094 Poplar Avenue

Memphis, TN 38105

Abuse TreatmentServices Addiction Evaluation/Assessment Residential Treatment Intensive Outpatient Aftercare Group Counseling: Individual, Family and Group Halfway Preferential Admissi

Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital and Center- Campbell

110 N Tennessee Ave

La Follette, TN 37766

Outpatient Substance Abuse TreatmentRidgeview's substance abuse care is offered in an office setting and is the least restrictive level of care for a substance abuse treatment need. It is generally used as a step down program from a more intense lev

Latest Reviews Of Rehab Centers In Tennessee TN

The Professional Care Services of West Tennessee- Ripley environment and staff are wonderful. They have the detox center at the rehab, so you can do everything there, and it is also for the comfort for the patients. The staff is the most committed, loving, kind, people who are doing what they were born for. Professionals render compassionate and confidential treatment to assure clients complete recovery. The food was fabulous! There is a lot of positive direction that this treatment program has in the direction of a lifetime of recovery. Professional Care Services of West Tennessee- Ripley helped me gain sanity.

Great treatment center. This place is beyond beautiful, and so clean. You get into shape both mentally and physically. Of course, you have to want it! Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital and Center- Roane is a great place. This is a wonderful facility. I would recommend this facility to anyone looking to get help with their addiction.

Caring and supportive environment where client care is the primary focus.

I will start by saying that Taadas-Tennessee Association Alcohol And Drug Abuse Services is one of the most beautiful places where I have lived. My stay at the facility is one of the best experiences of my life that I will always cherish. All of the staff and clients came along like a family. The facility is very neat and clean. Food is great. There are spas and space for indoor and outdoor activities. Although it was a rehabilitation program, I got to learn a lot of skills that I didn’t have before my stay at the facility. Will highly recommend!

Important Definitions

  • Sliding Scale Treatment

    Fees that are variable based on the clients ability to pay. Fees are reduced for lower income persons or have less money due to high expenses.

  • Non Profit Treatment

    Many non profit treatment programs are free or are lower cost due to the non profit organizations status.

  • Faith Based Treatment

    Many religious organizations offer drug and alcohol recovery treatment at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify.

  • Payment Assistance

    Payment assistance is available at a large group of treatment centers. We list this detail in the description. Payment assistance programs are often structured due to the situation. You will need to call the location to find out specific details on payment assistance programs.

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TN Substance Abuse Facts

Through national media coverage of the dramatic increase in opioid use and opioid-related overdoses nationwide, Americans are more aware of the harmful effects of drug and alcohol abuse than ever before. This awareness, however, has not been enough to reduce the rate of addiction.

In every state, the problem remains serious and widespread—and Tennessee is no different. Based on surveys and statistics gathered between 2014 and 2015, we now know the following about Tennesseans and addiction:

  • Approximately 41,000 teenagers (8.2%) ages 12 to 17 reported using alcohol in the past month.
  • Of those aged 12 and older, about 14,000 people admitted to using heroin in the last year.
  • Around 2.3 million people older than 12 had used alcohol in the last month.
  • In the same age group, nearly 290,000 (5.3%) of them had an alcohol use disorder (addiction).
  • Among those 12 and older across the United States, 7.7 million people had an illicit drug addiction.
  • In Tennessee, 1,451 died from drug overdoses in 2015, far more than died in car crashes that year.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

Seeing these numbers, we know many people in Tennessee—and throughout the country—need quality substance abuse treatment. Knowing where to find it is another issue.

The directory listings on this page are a good start. You can search substance abuse treatment centers throughout your state and in surrounding states to find the right one for you. You can even refine your search to include specific details that may be important to you in the setting where you get sober, such as gender-specific or faith-based programs. Additionally, you can call our knowledgeable treatment consultants to connect with treatment providers near you. They can also answer many of your questions and help ease the anxiety many people have when first looking for treatment.

If you have health insurance, simply calling the number on the back of your insurance card will connect you with someone who can tell you which treatment providers are covered by your plan, as well as give you details about out-of-network coverage, if that is your preference.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

Because drug and alcohol addiction is such a big issue in our country, government-funded programs like Medicaid and Medicare offer provisions specifically for substance abuse treatment to those who qualify. Your Tennessee State Health and Human Services website has all the details for Medicaid and other programs like it.

Paying cash for treatment often seems out of reach for the average person, but most treatment centers really do want you to get the help you need and will work with you on the financial side of things. From sliding scales based on income to monthly payment plans to partial or full scholarships, there are several options available to help you afford addiction care—just ask.

Community resources such as local health clinics, charitable organizations, and churches frequently have referrals to qualified providers, and many have funds reserved to offer those in dire need. Do your homework, make some calls, and don’t give up until you’ve found the best treatment program for you.

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