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Hamblen



Hamblen County Services

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Hamblen Outpatient Center

423-581-4761

The Hamblen County Center provides outpatient mental health services to children, adults and families in Hamblen County and the surrounding communities.

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Hamblen Residential Center

423-273-5599

The Hamblen County Residential Center provides residential substance use treatment for adults, including the Crisis Stabilization Unit and Jail to Work program.

Our Services

We provide a full range of mental health care services, for children and adults, including case management, therapy, medication management and care coordination. Additional programs include school-based services and limited therapy appointments for military services. All services are available to surrounding counties including Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson and Union. 

The McNabb Center’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) offers voluntary, 24 hour treatment in a non-hospital setting. The CSU is intensive, short-term stabilization for individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis, with the average length of stay being 3 days. 

CSU services include:

  • Psychoeducational groups, up to 5 groups per day
  • Medication evaluation and management
  • Individual and/or family counseling as determined by team
  • Individualized treatment plan development that empowers the individual
  • Mental illness and substance use awareness and education
  • Identification and development of natural support systems
  • Discharge planning to include referrals to outpatient providers
  • Illness management and recovery

The Jail to Work program helps promote the recovery of women who have substance use disorder and are involved in the criminal justice system. The 12-week program provides participants with skills building and relapse prevention. 

Jail to Work services include:

  • Intensive outpatient therapy for substance use disorders 
  • Individual therapy and counseling 
  • Relapse prevention 
  • Communication 
  • Parenting 
  • Anger management 
  • Re-entry preparedness 
  • Team building 
  • Job skills training 
  • Financial management 

Following completion of the Jail to Work program, women have the option of moving into the Center’s Recovery Home. Recovery Home is a safe, healthy and sober living environment where participants have access to the aftercare they need to maintain a successful recovery.

Women’s Recovery Home services include:

  • Teaching independence and life skills 
  • Access to therapy and case management 
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy 
  • Relapse prevention 
  • Financial literacy 
  • Aftercare 
  • Peer-led groups 
  • Planning for independence 

The McNabb Center Youth Emergency Shelter (YES) provides shelter care for children and adolescents (ages 0-17). YES is a temporary home and place of stability for children who need immediate care. Children in the care of YES will have a comfortable bed, food, clothing, hygiene care, safety education, counseling and, most importantly, love. Children are brought to YES by law enforcement for reasons that include: neglect, abandonment, abuse, and protective custody. Having a place to bring children allows law enforcement to continue in the field, while the child is in a safe, home-like setting, rather than an office. An average stay at YES is 24-48 hours. The program offers follow up services to children and families, including intensive case management services to prevent future disruption and ensure stability. Children are brought to the shelter by law enforcement so that officers can get back on the road.

YES is staffed and available by phone at (423) 586-7740, 24/7 as needed to serve clients.

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