Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Memphis, TN

Finding the best alcohol or drug rehab in Memphis, Tennessee, can often feel overwhelming. The city is home to dozens of addiction rehab facilities that offer various treatment options, from detox and inpatient treatment to outpatient programs, dual diagnosis treatment, and aftercare. Most Memphis rehabs accept insurance, and many offer payment options to suit a wide range of financial situations.

Find Rehab Centers in Memphis

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Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Memphis Recovery Centers

219 North Montgomery Street
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Lakeside Behavioral Health System

2911 Brunswick Road
Memphis, TN 38133

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) The Salvation Army Purdue Center of Hope

696 Jackson Avenue
Memphis, TN 38105

Outpatient Private Medicaid Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Methodist Le Bonheur Behavioral Health Center

3960 New Covington Pike
Memphis, TN 38128

Outpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Urban Family Ministries

709 Keel Avenue
Memphis, TN 38107

Outpatient Detox N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) MidSouth Sober Living

1950 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104

N/A Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Delta Specialty Hospital

3000 Getwell Road
Memphis, TN 38118

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Synergy Treatment Center

2305 Airport Interchange Avenue
Memphis, TN 38132

Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program Outpatient Services

4023 Knight Arnold Road
Memphis, TN 38118

Outpatient Detox Inpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Detox West Tennessee Memphis

1661 International Drive
Memphis, TN 38120

Detox Inpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) CAAP VA Transitional Housing Program

3375 Winbrook Drive
Memphis, TN 38116

Inpatient Outpatient Private Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Youth Dimensions

3900 New Covington Pike
Memphis, TN 38128

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Harbor House

1979 East Alcy Road
Memphis, TN 38114

Inpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Compass Intervention Center

7900 Lowrance Road
Memphis, TN 38125

Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Healing Arts Research Training Center

1384 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center ARC

2649 Kirby Whitten Road
Memphis, TN 38133

Outpatient Inpatient Private Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Alliance Healthcare Services

2150 Whitney Avenue
Memphis, TN 38127

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) The Transformation Center Cordova

1088 Rogers Road
Memphis, TN 38018

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Foundations Memphis

1083 West Rex Road
Memphis, TN 38119

Outpatient Detox Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Warriors Center Memphis

642 Semmes Street
Memphis, TN 38111

Outpatient Inpatient Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Health Connect America Memphis

2900 Kirby Parkway
Memphis, TN 38119

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Crestwyn Behavioral Health

9485 Crestwyn Hills Drive
Memphis, TN 38125

Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Life Strategies Counseling Blytheville

514 Chickasawba Street
Blytheville, AR 72315

Outpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Alliance Healthcare Services 2100 Whitney Avenue

2100 Whitney Avenue
Memphis, TN 38127

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Memphis VAMC Nonconnah Boulevard VA Clinic

1689 Nonconnah Boulevard
Memphis, TN 38132

Outpatient Inpatient Detox Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Alliance Healthcare Services Douglass Avenue

2579 Douglass Avenue
Memphis, TN 38114

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Baptist Memorial Health Care East Memphis

6019 Walnut Grove Road
Memphis, TN 38120

Outpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Mid South Healthnet Lovato

1997 Higbee Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104

Inpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) First Step Recovery Centers

1950 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) PAX Memphis Recovery Center

4918 William Arnold Road
Memphis, TN 38117

Outpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Behavioral Health Group

2165 Spicer Cove
Memphis, TN 38134

Outpatient Detox N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Grace House of Memphis

329 North Bellevue
Memphis, TN 38105

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Delta Specialty Hospital

3000 Getwell Road
Memphis, TN 38118

Detox Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Memphis VA Medical Center

1030 Jefferson Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Inpatient Detox Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Grace House of Memphis Primary House

329 North Bellevue Boulevard
Memphis, TN 38105

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Mental Health Resources Cresthaven Road

1037 Cresthaven Road
Memphis, TN 38119

Outpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) SperoHealth Memphis

920 Estate Drive
Memphis, TN 38119

Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) MSHN Phelps

1187 Vance
Memphis, TN 38104

Inpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) The Lighthouse

4384 Stage Road
Memphis, TN 38128

Inpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Alliance Healthcare Services Memphis

3810 Winchester Road
Memphis, TN 38118

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Grace House Halfway House

151 North Montgomery Street
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Free
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Saint Francis Behavioral Health Center

5959 Park Avenue
Memphis, TN 38119

Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Life Enhancement Services

1180 Minna Place
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Memphis VAMC Covington VA Clinic

3461 Austin Peay Highway
Memphis, TN 38128

Outpatient Inpatient Detox Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Innovative Counseling and Consulting

1455 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Alliance Healthcare Services Summer Avenue

3628 Summer Avenue
Memphis, TN 38122

Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Serenity Recovery Centers Residential Treatment Center Memphis

1094 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38105

Outpatient Inpatient Private
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Memphis Alcohol/Drug Use Statistics

Memphis is located in Shelby County, Tennessee, where alcohol and drug use have long been serious concerns for the community. Noteworthy substance misuse and treatment statistics for the Memphis area include:1, 2

What is the Cost of Rehab in Memphis?

The cost of going to alcohol or drug rehab in Memphis can vary widely based on several factors, including:

Fortunately, you have several options to pay for addiction treatment. Many Memphis rehabs may also be willing to work with you on payment based on your financial situation.

How to Find Free Rehabs in Memphis

If you cannot afford to pay for addiction treatment, you may be eligible for low-cost or free treatment at a state-funded drug rehab in Memphis. These facilities receive funding from the government, which allows them to provide reduced-cost and free treatment options for people in need.

State-funded Memphis rehabs are a public health service, which means their services are available to any Tennessee resident. However, to qualify for treatment at one of these facilities, you’ll likely be asked to prove that:

If you need help finding a free drug or alcohol rehab in Memphis, you can call our free, 24/7 helpline to speak with a treatment support specialist who can assist you. You can also search for “drug rehab near me” or “alcohol rehab near me” online and contact facilities to inquire about reduced-cost services.

Does Insurance Cover Rehab in Memphis?

Yes, most health insurance policies provide at least partial coverage for alcohol and drug rehab. However, coverage type and extent vary by insurance provider and plan.

Private Insurance

Private insurers are insurance companies not funded or operated by federal or state governments. The 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA) made behavioral health treatment—which includes treatment for substance use and mental health disorders—an essential health benefit.3 That means private insurers must provide some coverage for these treatment services.

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act stipulates that insurers cannot place more restrictions on behavioral health coverage than other essential health benefits.3

Medicaid

Medicaid is an insurance program jointly funded by the federal government and each state’s government. This type of insurance provides low-cost or free health coverage for eligible low-income adults, elderly adults, children, pregnant people, and people with disabilities.

Each state administers Medicaid according to federal guidelines, and all plans must provide partial or complete coverage for the following behavioral health services:4, 5

Medicare

Medicare is a federally funded insurance program issued by the U.S. government. This type of insurance provides coverage for individuals who are 65 or older and specific younger individuals with disabilities.

Although Medicare provides inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment coverage, it does not cover all alcohol and drug rehab services.6 You can call Medicare directly to learn more about your plan’s benefits and extent of coverage.

Does My Insurance Plan Cover Addiction Treatment?

Your private or public health insurance should provide either partial or full coverage for addiction treatment. However, not all Memphis drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs accept all types of insurance. You can call our free, confidential helpline at (800) 662-HELP (4357) for help verifying your insurance coverage at any Memphis treatment facility you’re considering. You can also call the number on the back of your insurance card to speak with a plan representative about your policy’s specific benefits.

How to Finance Addiction Treatment in Memphis

If you are uninsured or underinsured, do not qualify for free treatment, or all free Memphis alcohol and drug rehabs are full, there are other ways you can pay for rehab.

Apply for a Rehab Scholarship

Treatment scholarships may cover the cost of alcohol or drug rehab in Memphis. In addition, some facilities offer in-house scholarships that provide partial or full coverage for treatment at their facility. Third-party organizations, such as 10,000 Beds, also offer rehab scholarships and partner with specific facilities to cover treatment for people in need.

All rehab scholarships require an application and are awarded on a case-by-case basis. Applications may ask you to provide details about your financial situation, addiction status, and other measures you’ve taken to obtain payment assistance.

Find a Sliding Scale Rehab Program

Many Memphis alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs only require you to pay what you can reasonably afford. These rehabs structure their treatment fees on a sliding scale and base your out-of-pocket costs on your income and other situational variables. You’ll need to provide proof of income to qualify for reduced-cost treatment at one of these facilities.

Choose a Program That Offers Payment Plans

Alcohol and drug rehabs in Memphis may offer payment plans, which work similarly to taking out a loan. These payment plans offer the option of deferring payments until you’ve been discharged from treatment. You’ll need to provide credit information and details about your financial situation to qualify for this type of financial assistance. Many facilities offer a range of financing options for various credit histories and income levels.

Popular Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers in Memphis

Memphis is home to dozens of alcohol and drug rehabs of varying types. You may want to consider facilities based on their accreditation, treatment programs, levels of care, and amenities.

Memphis Recovery Centers

Memphis Recovery Centers is a Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)-accredited alcohol and drug rehab in Memphis within the Midtown district. This facility offers inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for adults and youth, as well as dual diagnosis programs and holistic therapies. Gender-specific treatment programs and family therapy programs are also available here.

The Transformation Center

The Transformation Center is a Joint Commission-accredited rehab facility located on the eastern outskirts of the Memphis metro area. This treatment center offers intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs, as well as treatment for mental health disorders and eating disorders. Both adults and young adults can receive age-targeted treatment at this facility.

Crestwyn Behavioral Health

Crestwyn Behavioral Health is accredited by the Joint Commission and offers several treatment programs and holistic therapies for adults and adolescents. Inpatient treatment, intensive outpatient programs, standard outpatient rehab, and aftercare are all available at this facility. Crestwyn also provides treatment for mental health disorders and partners with the Department of Veteran Affairs to provide specialized treatment for military members.

Serenity Recovery Centers

Serenity Recovery Centers is a CARF-accredited rehab facility that has helped more than 15,000 Memphians heal from addiction over the last 50+ years. This facility offers gender-specific residential treatment programs, medication-assisted treatment, partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, and aftercare support. Sober living housing, long-term counseling, and perinatal treatment services are also available here.

Addiction Treatment Settings

Every person’s recovery needs and timeline are unique. Memphis drug rehabs recognize this and provide a variety of treatment options to suit various needs.

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab, also referred to as residential treatment, provides a stable, structured, highly supportive environment where you can work diligently on your recovery. Inpatient programs are the most intensive form of addiction treatment and require you to live at the rehab facility for the length of your program. Depending on your needs, your program may last 30-90 days but could last longer if your treatment team thinks you need more time.

Before you start an inpatient program, you’ll likely undergo medical detox—a process that provides constant supervision and medical support throughout the withdrawal process. From there, you’ll begin your individualized treatment plan, which may include a variety of addiction therapies and treatments, such as:

Inpatient rehab may be the right choice for your needs if you live with a serious substance use and/or mental health disorder that requires intensive therapy. Residential treatment settings provide an environment free of triggers, distractions, and social situations that may interfere with your recovery.

Partial Hospitalization Programs

A partial hospitalization program (PHP) provides several hours of outpatient addiction therapy per day, up to seven days per week. Although a PHP program provides similar therapies as inpatient programs, it does not require you to live at the rehab facility.

Sometimes, PHPs function as a form of step-down treatment after residential rehab. They can also function as a first-line treatment program for people who cannot attend an inpatient program. Partial hospitalization treatment may be a good fit for your needs if you have a stable home environment that can support you throughout your recovery.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) provide three to five weekly treatment sessions that consist of several hours of addiction therapy per session. These programs are less intense than PHPs but provide many of the same therapeutic interventions. An IOP may be a good fit for your needs if you must continue tending to daily life obligations, such as work, family, or school, during treatment.

Standard Outpatient

Standard outpatient treatment is much more flexible than IOPs, PHPs, and inpatient rehab. Generally, low-intensity outpatient programs provide approximately 10 hours of weekly addiction therapy, spread out over one to three weekly treatment sessions. Often, these programs offer early morning or evening meetings to accommodate work and school schedules.

Telehealth and Online Addiction Treatment

If your circumstances may prevent you from accessing in-person drug rehab in Memphis, you may be able to get help through an online addiction treatment program. Advances in telemedicine have made virtual addiction treatment much more common in recent years, and many Memphis rehabs now offer this service.

An online addiction treatment program can provide you with an assessment and screening, therapy sessions, peer support, and other services. You can access such a program from your home, via any internet-connected device, such as a phone, tablet, or laptop. If you don’t currently have internet, you may qualify for discounted or free internet service through Memphis’s Affordable Connectivity Program.7

Medical Detox

Detoxification is the process of eliminating substances from your body so you can begin your treatment program in a medically and psychologically stable state. Medical detox may be the first step in your treatment plan if you live with serious substance dependence or have a history of using alcohol, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or opioids.

A supervised withdrawal management program provides 24/7 care and support from medical and addiction professionals. Depending on your needs, you may receive IV fluids and medications to help mitigate withdrawal symptoms and substance cravings.

Although medical detox can ensure you eliminate toxic substances as safely as possible, it is not a substitute for addiction treatment. After successfully detoxing, you should receive personalized addiction therapy that can help you work toward long-term recovery.

Specialized Rehab in Memphis for Various Populations

Every person’s experience with addiction and/or mental health disorders is unique. Many Memphis drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs recognize the need for highly personalized treatment and offer specialized programs for various identities and populations.

Veteran Rehab

In 2019, approximately 3.9 million United States veterans had a substance use disorder and co-occurring mental illness.8 It’s common for veterans to develop comorbid addiction issues and mental health disorders, particularly PTSD, depression, and anxiety.

Veteran-specific alcohol and drug rehabs offer programs designed to target the unique and often complex treatment needs of the veteran population. These facilities employ staff who are highly trained in best practices for evaluating and treating former military members.

LGBTQ+ Rehab

Reports suggest LGBTQ+ individuals are roughly twice as likely to develop SUD than people outside the community. Research also shows that members of the LGBTQ community often enter rehab with more severe substance use disorders than their heterosexual counterparts. Those with addiction issues are also more likely to have co-occurring mental health disorders.9

People who belong to the LGBTQIA community may be hesitant to seek treatment because non-specialized programs may not address their needs or provide an ideal safe space. Social stigma may also be of concern. Research shows that rehab programs tailored specifically for LGBTQ+ individuals often produce better treatment outcomes than non-specialized programs.9 These programs are highly sensitive to sexual orientation, gender identity, co-occurring mental health conditions, and other concerns.

Men-Only Rehab

Men are statistically more likely to develop an alcohol use disorder than women. They’re also more likely to engage in illicit substance use.10 However, societal expectations and traditional gender roles may make men more hesitant to seek treatment than women. Once involved in treatment, men may also find it difficult to identify and express their problems or weaknesses.11

Men-only rehab programs recognize that male clients often require a specialized approach to treatment that allows them to express their needs and emotions freely. Such programs employ male-specific behavioral considerations in their therapeutic approach to help men work toward physical, psychological, and emotional healing.

Women-Only Rehab

Women who use drugs or alcohol may experience addiction differently than men. Research shows that women often use less of a substance before they develop an addiction to it and tend to have more substance cravings and a higher risk of relapse after treatment.10

Cognitive changes in women who use misuse alcohol and/or drugs are also typically different than in men who use the same substances.12

Women-specific Memphis alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs understand the unique challenges women with substance use face. These programs provide a stable and secure environment where women can feel safe working through recovery and expressing their needs. Programs tailored for women may also offer childcare services and parenting education/support to help parents focus more intensely on their recovery.

Teen Rehab

Teens experience a wide variety of social, emotional, and developmental changes as they mature and transition to adulthood. Research shows that substance misuse and mental health issues often emerge during this period of a person’s life. It’s also common for teens with mental health disorders to have co-occurring substance use issues.13

Teen-specific Memphis rehab programs understand adolescents’ complex treatment needs and provide extensive screening to identify mental health and addiction disorders. These programs provide integrated addiction therapy and mental health treatment to address the intertwined challenges of both conditions.

Many teen rehabs also provide ongoing education, peer support, and family therapy to help ensure the best possible long-term treatment outcomes.

Should I Travel to Memphis for Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Traveling to drug or alcohol rehab in Memphis may be right for you if your insurance covers treatment at a facility in the city. Other reasons you may want to travel to Memphis for addiction treatment include:

Neighborhoods in Memphis to Consider for Treatment

There are many neighborhoods in which to seek an  alcohol or drug rehab in Memphis, both throughout the city center and in outlying areas. Some neighborhoods you may want to consider for treatment include:

Alcohol & Drug Laws in Memphis

Tennessee Addiction Treatment Act of 2015

Under Senate Bill 871, anyone who calls for emergency medical assistance during a suspected overdose cannot be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for a drug violation. However, this law only applies if the evidence for such a violation was obtained as a result of a good faith 911 call.14

Calling for emergency medical assistance in the event of an overdose could save a life. If you’re ever involved in this type of situation, do not hesitate to seek help. This law protects you from legal consequences.

Tennessee Good Samaritan Naloxone Administration Law

This law grants immunity from civil suits to providers who prescribe naloxone (Narcan) to a person who can assist in administering the medication during an overdose. This legislation also allows the Department of Health to give instruction and training on proper naloxone use. Furthermore, the law grants civil immunity to people who administer the medication to someone who appears to be overdosing on an opioid.15

Tennessee Addiction Treatment Marketing Laws

In 2018, Tennessee passed House Bill 2068, which makes deceptive treatment facility marketing practices illegal. This legislation makes it unlawful for rehab facilities to deceptively redirect readers to other websites and requires that site coding, electronic links, and activation be transparent.

HB 2068 also stipulates that rehab facilities cannot solicit, receive, or attempt to receive a financial kickback for patient referrals.16 This law makes it easier for prospective addiction treatment clients to make well-informed, unbiased decisions about the rehab facilities they’d like to attend.

Aftercare Options for Post-Rehab Success

Addiction recovery is a long-term process that doesn’t end when you’re discharged from treatment. Transitioning back to your normal daily life can present triggers and situations that may challenge your ongoing recovery. That’s where aftercare comes in.

Aftercare, also known as continuing care, involves ongoing support designed to encourage you to stay strong in your sobriety. There are several aftercare options available to help ensure your long-term recovery success, including:

A quality addiction rehab program will help you with aftercare planning while you’re in treatment, so you have a relapse-prevention plan upon discharge. It is important to engage in ongoing support programs as part of your long-term recovery. Aftercare can help prevent future relapse.

Finding the right drug or alcohol rehab in Memphis for your needs can be a challenge. If you’d like assistance determining which treatment facility is best for you, call our confidential, free helpline to speak with a treatment support specialist about your rehab options. We’re available 24/7 to assist you.

Resources

  1. Shelby County Health Department, Bureau of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases. (2021). Provisional Opioid Report, Quarter 1 – 2021.
  2. Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services. (2017). 2017 Tennessee Behavioral health County and Region Services Data Book.
  3. National Library of Medicine, American Journal of Public Health. (2017). The Affordable Care Act Transformation of Substance Use Disorder Treatment.
  4. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (n.d.). Fact Sheet, Substance (Other Than Tobacco) Abuse Structured Assessment and Brief Intervention (SBIRT) Services.
  5. Medicaid.gov. (n.d.). Pathways for Covering Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services.
  6. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (2016). Medicare Coverage of Substance Abuse Services.
  7. USAC Affordable Connectivity Program. (n.d). What Is the Affordable Connectivity Program?
  8. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Veteran Adults.
  9. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (n.d.). Substance Use and SUDs in LGBTQ+ Populations.
  10. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020). Sex and Gender Differences in Substance Use.
  11. National Library of Medicine, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2013). Treatment Improvement Protocol Series, No. 56. Addressing the Specific Behavioral Health Needs of Men. Treatment Issues for Men.
  12. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020). Substance Use in Women Drug Facts. Sex and gender differences in substance use.
  13. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021). Treatment Consideration for Youth and Young Adults with Serious Emotional Disturbances and Serious Mental Illnesses and Co-occurring Substance Use.
  14. Capitol.tn.gov. (n.d). Senate Bill 871.
  15. Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services. (n.d.). Naloxone Training Information.
  16. Capitol.tn.gov. (n.d.). House Bill 2068.

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