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Fentanyl

There is significant increase in illegal drugs that have been intentionally contaminated with fentanyl. Due to its potency and low cost, drug dealers have been mixing fentanyl with other drugs including heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine, increasing the likelihood of a fatal overdose.

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For those seeking immediate help or recovery services, there are a number of resources both local and nationwide. Please click below to see those resources now.

Learn The Facts

Learn the facts about the most commonly used drugs. The effects of the drug on the brain and body. Statistics, and trends written by NIDA researchers and scientists.

Treatment

For those seeking Treatment and Recovery Services, there are a number of resources both local and nationwide made available, online

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TEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE

TREATMENT & SUPPORT

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DRUG GUIDE & INFORMATION

GET THE HELP YOU NEED

 
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ABOUT US

We envision Sevier County to be free of substance abuse and related crimes. To succeed, we will work with our entire community, including local government, judicial services, law enforcement, school board, recovery centers, and many others by promoting the awareness of harmful risks to substance and prescription drug abuse. 

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Marissa Valentine

Sevier County Regional Overdose Prevention Specialist

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Nicole Ogle

Sevier County Director of Alcohol and Drug Programs & Executive Director of Sevier County C.A.R.E.S

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Amber Thomas

Sevier County Regional lifeline Coordinator

Proud Members and Partners 

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 This program is funded under a grant contract with the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

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