Drug & Alcohol Addiction/Co-occurring
Help is Here for You

Am I addicted to alcohol or other drugs? Do I have control of my use? Does my friend or family member need help because of alcohol or other drugs?

You’re not alone. 1 in 4 Americans experience an alcohol or other drug problem at some point in life. Abusing alcohol or other drugs can cause problems at work, home, in relationships or at school. You may feel alone, ashamed and confused. Let Frontier Health’s caring, trained staff help you get your life back. There is Hope! Call today and together we can begin your journey toward recovery!

Detoxification and Residential Treatment

If you need detoxification or residential treatment, call (423) 928-9062. If you are unsure what treatment you need, call the location in your community. We’re here to answer your questions and direct you to the level of care you need.

Potential Signs, Symptoms of Addiction
  • Pupils larger or smaller than usual; face flushed or bloated
  • Tremors, shakes of hands, feet or head; slurred speech; unsteady gait
  • Decline of physical health; declining personal hygiene
  • Emergency room visits for overdose, unexplained injuries
  • Unable to focus and track conversation
  • Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
  • Frequent emotional crisis
  • Activities to drink or use other drugs are a priority
  • Arguments, violent outbursts
  • Withdraws from relationships, family, friends
  • Neglects children; neglects social/family commitments
  • Unexplained absences from home/work


Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Co-occurring Enhanced Rating Service Provider

More than half of all people ever diagnosed with an alcohol or other drug addiction also experienced a mental disorder at some time in their lives (52%). Of those with a history of drug abuse or dependence, 59% also experienced a mental disorder. Untreated mental health problems can lead to addiction when alcohol or other drugs were used to deal with symptoms just as anxiety and depression may develop because of stress from broken relationships, lost employments, and other situations directly related to a drug-using lifestyle. Treating co-occurring disorders at the same time builds a foundation for lasting recovery.

Addiction of Alcohol and Other Drug Screening

Follow these links to complete self-screening for alcohol or other drug use. When you’re ready for help, call the treatment program in your community.

Screening Test for Alcohol
Screening Test for Drug Abuse
If you, your child, or someone you know is in danger of suicide, go to the nearest emergency room, or call 911.

Your Child or Teen

Casual drug use can quickly turn into abuse, dependence and addiction. Some drugs can cause addiction after the first use so even if you believe your child or teen is “experimenting,” take action right away before there’s an accident, legal trouble or serious injury.

We’re Here to Help

Frontier Health’s caring, trained staff are here to help you take action so your child or teen can begin and maintain recovery. We provide comprehensive intensive outpatient and other outpatient treatment at a location close to your home. We’re here to answer your questions and direct you to the level of care your child or teen needs.


If you, your child, or someone you know is in danger of overdose or suicide, go to the nearest emergency room, or call 911. If life just doesn’t feel worth living and you don’t know how to cope, or you’re experiencing a mental health emergency, call Crisis at (877) 928-9062 for the help you need.

Mobile Crisis
Response Hotline

(877) 928-9062


Lee County: (276) 346-3590
Scott County: (276) 225-0976
Wise County: (276) 523-8300

If you need additional assistance in Spanish, please contact our Interpreter at (423) 467-3726. Interpreting Services offered by Frontier Health are free.

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