Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Chattanooga, TN

Chattanooga Tennessee Drug Alcohol Rehab
Chattanooga is a naturally beautiful city on the bank of the Tennessee River in the south of the state. If you’re looking for an alcohol or drug rehab in Chattanooga, there are many programs in the city, including free rehabs and places that accept Medicare and Medicaid.

Find Rehab Centers in Chattanooga

Thumbnail Name Address Phone Treatment Insurance
McNabb Center Hamilton County Adult Center

601 Cumberland Street
Chattanooga, TN 37404

800-255-9711 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Pointe Centre VA Clinic

1208 Pointe Centre Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-893-6500 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Cumberland Heights Chattanooga

6650 East Brainerd Road
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-308-0689 Outpatient Private
McNabb Center Hamilton County Children and Youth Center

6055 Shallowford Road
Chattanooga, TN 37421

800-255-9711 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior

7351 Courage Way
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-894-4220 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

207 Spears Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37405

423-756-7644 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Focus Treatment Centers

7429 Shallowford Road
Chattanooga, TN 37421

800-675-2041 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Private
SperoHealth Chattanooga

7030 Lee Highway
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-301-5930 Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
Cherokee Health Systems Addiction Services

5600 Brainerd Road
Chattanooga, TN 37411

423-266-4588 Outpatient Medicaid Private
CADAS Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Inc

207 Spears Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37405

423-756-7644 Inpatient N/A
Harmony Oaks Recovery Center

7609 Shallowford Road
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-708-4961 Detox Outpatient Private
Parkridge Valley Child and Adolescent Campus

2200 Morris Hill Road
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-894-4220 Outpatient Inpatient Private Medicaid
Volunteer Behavioral Health Johnson Mental Health Center

420 West Bell Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37405

423-634-8884 Outpatient Medicaid Private
CADAS Scholze Center Adolescent Residential

911 Pineville Road
Chattanooga, TN 37405

423-756-7644 Outpatient Inpatient Private
CADAS Family Way

314 Spears Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37402

423-756-7644 Inpatient N/A
Erlanger Behavioral Health Hospital

804 North Holtzclaw Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37406

855-596-8553 Inpatient Medicaid Private
The Next Door Chattanooga

108 Moccasin Bend Road
Chattanooga, TN 37405

423-933-0112 Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Bradford Health Services Chattanooga

6160 Shallowford Road
Chattanooga, TN 37421

423-892-2639 Outpatient Detox Private
Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Chattanooga VA Clinic

6098 Debra Road
Chattanooga, TN 37411

423-893-6500 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Johnson Mental Health Chattanooga

420 West Bell Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37405

423-634-8884 Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
Tennessee Community Counseling Services

951 Eastgate Loop
Chattanooga, TN 37411

423-296-6451 Outpatient Detox Medicaid
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Chattanooga, TN Drug and Alcohol Statistics

Data from agencies such as the Center for Disease Control and the Tennessee Department of Health can give us a fairly clear view of how the substance use epidemic has affected the area. Across the state, we can see that:1,2

If you’re looking for help with drug or alcohol addiction, keep reading to find out how you can use a rehab program for help.

Popular Alcohol and Drug Rehabs in Chattanooga, TN

Harmony Oaks Recovery Center

ChattanoogaHarmony Oaks Recovery Center is Joint Commission accredited, certified through the TN Department of Mental Health Substance Abuse Services, and LegitScript Certified. They offer 12-step-based programs, family therapy, adventure therapy, yoga groups, EMDR, and a wide range of other evidence-based and alternative therapies for substance use disorder (SUD). A full continuum of care is here to serve patients, from detox and partial hospitalization programs through the different levels of care for outpatient programs and aftercare.

McNabb Center Hamilton County

McNabb Center Hamilton County has both adult and youth services locations in Chattanooga that offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT), residential services, outpatient care, and peer support. The McNabb Center has a range of mental health services and programs for vulnerable populations, such as domestic violence survivors and teen runaway programs. The drug rehab programs here focus on integrating mental wellness with recovery. They also offer dual diagnosis programs for people with both substance use disorder (SUD) and a mental health disorder.

Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (CADAS) has a full continuum of care for people seeking recovery, including detox, inpatient, outpatient, and aftercare services. Programs are available for adults as well as adolescents and those working with court-mandated programs such as DUI School and drug testing. People that want to live in a sober community after rehab can live in their sober houses, halfway houses, and family housing.

Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior

At Parkridge Valley Adult and Senior, people over 18 can partake in inpatient and outpatient treatment programs. The clinicians utilize evidence-based treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and prioritize patient safety and stability in their individualized treatment plans. Programs utilize a trauma-informed approach, with dual diagnosis programs available for those with concurrent mental health issues. Parkridge Valley has three locations in the area, including one in Chattanooga.


Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Chattanooga, TN

The cost of Chattanooga drug rehab or alcohol rehab varies depending on where you choose to go and what type of program you enter. Other factors include:

Treatment setting (do you want to live in a residential rehab or go to outpatient services?)

Features and amenities, such as a higher cost to attend rehab with a gym and spa versus one with fewer high-end offerings

How long do you want to attend treatment (30 days program vs. 90 days or longer)?

Available government and non-profit funding in the area to lower the cost of care

Choosing a rehab facility in-network with health insurance provider

Many people can utilize their health insurance policy to help cover the cost of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment in Tennessee. Rehab can be paid for by private health insurance policies offered exclusively to employees, as well as public options offered on the health insurance marketplace and federal programs Medicaid and Medicare.

Free Treatment Options in Chattanooga, TN

If you are among the many Chattanoogans under-insured or have no health insurance, look for an alcohol or drug rehab with financing options. These can include a sliding fee scale that lowers with your annual income, payment plans, and rehab loans or rehab scholarships for people with no other option.

To find these programs, call your local social services agency, or ask your doctor to give you a referral to a local low-income rehab program. You can also reach out to a rehab program you’re interested in and check their website for financial assistance options or speak with an intake representative to inquire.

Should I Travel to Chattanooga for Drug & ChattanoogaAlcohol Treatment in Tennessee?

Millions of people find a reason to visit Chattanooga each year, eager to explore beautiful natural spaces such as the Rock City Gardens or Ruby Halls cave system with an underground waterfall. The city sits next to the great Tennessee River in the southeastern part of the state. If you want to explore the region or visit nearby friends or family, then think about moving here for rehab.

Having a supportive friend and family network is extremely valuable when undergoing substance use treatment, providing a safe environment for you while you aren’t in your therapy sessions. If you have health insurance that provides coverage in Chattanooga or know of a rehab that you are highly interested in here, then consider taking a trip.

Another reason that people move to TN for rehab is because of economic opportunity. For example, nearby Chattanooga State Community College has a range of accredited programs that might interest you, such as nursing and applied technology. There is also a range of places to work in the area, including numerous medical centers, retailers, and other businesses.

Neighborhoods to Consider in Chattanooga

There are multiple neighborhoods in the city, each with its unique aspects. Starting in the north, the North Shore neighborhood, across the Walnut Street Bridge, is a quaint city on the river. The neighborhood has a bevy of fun outdoor attractions such as Coolidge Park, with its antique working carousel, plenty of places to stop for snacks, and a pedestrian-only bridge for a beautiful (and safe!) walk about the river.

To the east along the river is the Riverview neighborhood. This locale features Riverview Park, where you can bike, golf, and observe the bountiful wildlife in the area. There are also plenty of dining establishments nearby and places to shop.

The southern part of Chattanooga also has plenty of places to live, eat, and shop. The Brainerd neighborhood is a lovely suburban area with tree-lined sidewalks. There are also various churches and shopping centers here, as well as the Minnehaha Park and easy access to the highway.

Drug and Alcohol Laws in Chattanooga, TN

The state of Tennessee has enacted various laws and policies to help residents when their lives are impacted by drugs and alcohol.

Good Samaritan Law or Tennessee Addiction Treatment Act: If someone is in the presence of someone experiencing an overdose or is overdosing themselves, they can call 911 with less fear of legal consequences.3 Normally, if you’re found to be using or holding illegal substances or holding paraphernalia, you could be charged with a crime. To help save the lives of people who need emergency overdose reversal medication, the state passed this law to encourage people to ask for help through 911 even if they are participating in illegal activities.

Naloxone Training Law: This law dictates that emergency personnel and first responders need to be trained in the proper use of the drug Narcan, an opiate overdose reversal tool.3 The training consists of a 15–20-minute course online followed by an exam on correct administration and other subjects.

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA): The federal FMLA is made to protect people who need to take time away from work to seek medical care, including undergoing rehab. These laws allow workers of most companies with over 50 employees to give twelve weeks of unpaid leave, with the guarantee that their position or one of equal value will be waiting for them.4 These laws don’t provide any type of funding, simply the promise that an employer won’t fire an employee for taking time off to seek treatment.

Opiate Prescription Laws: To prevent people from becoming hooked on highly addictive pain medication, laws exist in Tennessee that limit the amount of opiate medication a person can be prescribed and for how long.5 These laws also regulate the use of medication-assisted treatments (MATs) in outpatient settings to help prevent misuse.

If you or someone you love needs substance use treatment, don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Call us at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) , our compassionate associates are standing by to answer your questions about drug rehab in Tennessee, verify insurance, and find you a program to help.


  1. Center for Disease Control. (2022). CDC Wonder.
  2. TN Department of Health. (2022). Data Dashboard.
  3. TN.gov. (2022). Naloxone Training Information, Narcan; The “Good Samaritan” Law Protects You (see Public Chapter 623)
  4. U.S. Department of Labor. (2022). Family and Medical Leave Act.
  5. TN.gov. (2022). Laws and Policies.