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Call the Tennessee REDLINE now, we operate a 24/7 addiction treatment and recovery hotline that connects Tennessee residents with state-funded, addiction Treatment and Recovery Services

Creating collaborative pathways to resiliency, recovery, and independence for Tennesseans living with mental illness or substance use disorders.


Anyone who is struggling, or just wants to be an educated resource for a loved one or others, is welcome to share our brochures and specialized initiatives we have access to in the great state of Tennessee.

You Are Not Alone!

For those seeking recovery services, there are a number of resources both local and nationwide. Many of these services have made available, online, or "virtual"  support, to assist in the global efforts to slow the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic. While still offering the self-motivated support vital for recovery. Please see the information and links below for the resources you need.

Domestic Violence 


The Sevier County Sheriff's Office Domestic & Family Violence Unit was created in June, 2015. Sheriff Seals saw a need for a Domestic Violence Officer designed to reach out to victims of family violence. The DMVO has been able to offer support and guidance through the criminal prosecution process.


The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 24/7, confidential and free: 1-800-799-7233 and through chat. call or visit the website below.

Child Abuse


Do you need to report the abuse, neglect or exploitation of a child or children? Anyone who believes a child is being abused should report it to the authorities with the link below.


Safe Harbor was established by a group of impassioned individuals to provide the coordination of necessary services in a child-focused and child-friendly home-like setting for our most vulnerable victimized citizens... our children.

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People who are surviving violence in their relationships and families may be experiencing an increase in violence and danger caused by social distancing measures and or loss of job due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Survivors often have specific needs around safety, health, and confidentiality. We have piled resources and tools for the vulnerable members of our communities and care providers.


The National Child Abuse Hotline is 24/7, confidential, and free. 


Don't be an accidental drug dealer!

According to a study conducted by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, 2/3 of Teens who misused pain relievers in the past year say they got them from family members and friends. More than 60,000 young children end up in emergency rooms each year because they got into medicines while their caregiver wasn’t looking. Every day in the United States, an average of 2,000 teenagers use prescription drugs without a doctor’s guidance for the first time. Take precautions to safely store medications in your home. Some commonly abused types of medication are:

  • Pain Medications

  • Anxiety Medications

  • Anti-Depressants

  • Sleep Medicine

  • ADHD Medications

  • Common Cold Medicines

If you suspect accidental ingestion or overdose Dial 911 Immediately 

Sevier County C.A.R.E.S and the Sevier County Office of Alcohol and Drug Programs does offer a limited number of FREE lockboxes to Sevier County Residents

Medication Lockbox Form

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Medication Disposal

Sevier County Disposal Box Locations:

Gatlinburg Police Department 

1230 East Pkwy, Gatlinburg, TN 37738, USA

Preferred Pharmacy - Sevierville

1024 Middle Creek Rd #1, Sevierville, TN 37862, USA

Sevier County Sheriffs Office Box #2

735 Middle Creek Rd, Sevierville, TN 37862, USA

Sevierville Police Department

300 Gary R Wade Blvd, Sevierville, TN 37862, USA

Sevier County Sheriff's Office

106 W Bruce St, Sevierville, TN 37862, USA

Pigeon Forge Police Department

3225 Rena St. Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, USA

  • Prescription medications (unwanted, expired, unused)

  • Antibiotics/steroids

  • Cold and flu medications

  • Vitamins/herbal supplements

  • Pet medications

  • Medication Samples

  • Medicated ointments/lotions

  • Unused sharps (epinephrine, unused pricking devices)

  • Business waste

  • Used needles and other sharps

Used needles and other sharps should be disposed of by placing the sharps/needles in a sealed plastic container labeled “SHARPS” and putting that in with your household waste.

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