(SEVIER, Tenn.) Helen Ross McNabb Center’s Sevier County clinic provides outpatient behavioral health services to children, adults and families in Sevier County and surrounding communities.
On Wednesday, May 22, Senator Art Swann, Representative Dale Carr and Representative Andrew Farmer will present a resolution honoring and commending Helen Ross McNabb Center for its services in Sevier County and recognizing the Center’s 70th anniversary.
The event will begin at 3 p.m. and will include remarks from Senator Swann and Representatives Carr and Farmer, with an opportunity to gather information about Sevier County services and future plans for the Sevier County location. The event will be held at the Center’s Sevier County location: 647 Wall St, Sevierville, TN 37862.
Currently, the Red Cross provides funding for therapy and medication services in Sevier County to those impacted by the November 2016 wild fires. The program provides immediate access to services, at no cost to the survivor.
“Continued support from the community will allow the Helen Ross McNabb Center to expand and strengthen our current continuum of care,” says Shellie Hall, Senior Director of Sevier, Blount and Cocke County Services.
The Helen Ross McNabb Center is a premier not‐for‐profit provider of behavioral health services in East Tennessee. Since 1948, the Center has provided quality and compassionate care to children, adults and families experiencing mental illness, addiction and social challenges. As the Center celebrates more than 70 years of providing services to communities in East Tennessee, its mission remains clear and simple; “Improving the lives of the people we serve.” For more information, visit www.mcnabbcenter.org or call 1-800‐255-9711.