Rise to Recovery

Rise to Recovery is an outpatient substance use program designed to reduce justice and child welfare system involvement for pregnant and postpartum women. This program provides intensive recovery skills services to women who are currently pregnant or have given birth within the previous 12 months, qualify for a substance use disorder, and are involved in the criminal justice system.

Rise to Recovery provides outpatient co-occurring services to women on a comprehensive and continual basis and can serve as a consistent foundation of support by providing case management and other supplemental services while the client is enrolled in an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) or residential rehabilitation program.

Services:
• Jail-based services
• Case management
• Counseling services
• Alcohol and drug assessments
• Facilitating entry into medically monitored detox, residential rehabilitation or IOP
• Parenting classes
• Substance use education
• Relapse prevention and recovery skills building
• Anger management
• SAFE healthy coping skills

Focus Areas:
• Parenting skills
• Strengthening family and relationship support
• Co-occurring substance use and mental health services
• Justice and child welfare system involvement
• Relapse prevention
• Recovery skills
• Trauma-informed care

Eligibility:
• Pregnant or up to one year postpartum
• History of substance use
• 18 years or older
• One of the following:
- Currently in jail
- On probation/parole
- Open child welfare (DCS) case

Contact Information

Team Leader
(865) 329-9105

Location:

John Tarleton Campus
2455 Sutherland Avenue
Knoxville, TN

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