To locate prevention and treatment resources for HIV, sexually transmitted infections, substance use disorder, and viral hepatitis in Tennessee click the tiles below.
Navigators can provide clients with list of referrals based on client centered goals and identify steps to reduce barriers and increase access to treatment. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected.
Navigators are people in long-term recovery who meet clients who have recently overdosed in the Emergency Department and connect them recovery services. Learn more about this program and where it operates near you.
The Ryan White Part B Program provides HIV primary medical care, essential support services, and medications for eligible people living with HIV. Learn more about services and eligibility.
Syringe Services Programs (SSPs) provide comprehensive harm reduction services including providing free sterile needles, syringes, and other injection equipment; safe disposal containers; HIV and viral hepatitis testing and linkage to treatment. Learn more and locate a program in Tennessee.
PEP, or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis, is medication taken by individuals who may have been recently exposed to HIV, in order to avoid contracting the virus. Learn more and find a prescriber in your area.
Regional Overdose Prevention Specialists (ROPS) are located throughout the state of Tennessee as a point of contact for training and education on opioid overdose and for overdose prevention through the distribution of naloxone. Learn more and find a ROPS near you.
Access online naloxone administration training and certification and learn about laws that protect people who use naloxone to respond to an overdose event.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-client” approach to treatment of substance use disorders. Learn more about treatment options
The Tennessee REDLINE (1-800-889-9789) is a toll-free information and referral line with accurate, up-to-date alcohol, drug, problem gambling, and other addiction information and referrals to all citizens of Tennessee.
If you are 3 years of age or older, have a qualifying mental health diagnosis, and have no behavioral health insurance, you may qualify for the Behavioral Health Safety Net (BHSN) of Tennesee. Learn more about qualifications and services offered.
Lifeline Representatives help start self-help support groups throughout Tennessee. They also help connect individuals with treatment and they speak publicly about their own personal experience with recovery. Learn more and get connected to a representative in your area.
Serve as the collective voice for substance abuse prevention by empowering coalitions, advocating for effective policies and building strategic partnerships. Learn more and get involved in a coalition near you.
Tennessee’s 82 recovery courts are judicially-supervised court dockets that reduce correctional costs, protect community safety, and improve public welfare. In recovery courts, non-violent individuals with substance use disorders participate in treatment while under close legal and clinical supervision.
The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) HIV Prevention Program offers both required and optional training opportunities for HIV prevention providers in Tennessee. Click above to view a calendar of events and register for courses.
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