Our caring staff works with women, men and children who have been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or other traumatic events. The McNabb Center offers outreach and counseling services, as well as safe housing and crisis hotlines.
Our caring staff works with women, men and their children who have experienced domestic violence. Staff can assist victims in finding the support and resources to live a life free from abuse. In addition to outreach and counseling services, the Center offers a safe emergency shelter and transitional housing for individuals in need.
The Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline is answered 24 hours a day: (865) 637-8000.
The Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee (SACET) is a resource for victims of a recent sexual assault and victims of an assault or sexual abuse that happened months or years ago. The Center’s crisis hotline is answered 24 hours a day: (865) 522-7273. The Center has Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners available at all times to provide forensic nursing to sexual assault crime victims. In addition, the Center offers education, advocacy and therapy services.
The McNabb Center’s Safe Place program provides outreach and emergency services to runaway and homeless youth, ages 12-18. We are here to offer support in a safe and anonymous place to figure out your next steps.
To learn more about the emergency shelter, food, clothing, counseling and referrals for health care offered to youth in need, call our runaway youth hotline at (865) 523-2689.
Youth Emergency Shelter
The Youth Emergency Shelter provides a temporary place of stability and safety for children who need immediate care. Children in our care will have a comfortable bed, food, clothing, hygiene care, safety education, counseling and, most importantly, love. This program offers follow up services to children and families, including intensive case management services to prevent future disruption and ensure stability.
Call the Youth Emergency Shelter hotline at (423) 586-7740.
The McNabb Center offers a continuum of social services for families in need. The Center provides supervised visitation and behavior modification as well as a Therapeutic Foster Care & Adoption program.
Therapeutic Foster Care & Adoption
The McNabb Center’s Therapeutic Foster Care & Adoption program serves children and teens who are in state’s custody due to abuse or neglect and who have behavioral or emotional problems. These children need a more specialized type of care than what they can find in standard foster homes. The purpose of therapeutic foster care is to help each child so that he or she may go on to live successfully within the community.
Become a foster parent! Help a child live the life they were meant to live. Provide the support and stability a child needs at the most critical time of their lives.
To learn more about the McNabb Center’s Therapeutic Foster Care & Adoption program, call (865) 544-5000 or follow it on Facebook.
The McNabb Center’s Parent Place program provides supervised visitation for children and their non-custodial parents, grandparents or other relatives. If you are experiencing a difficult divorce, or other custodial issue, the McNabb Center can provide a professional to observe visits in a safe and discreet location.
To find out if your family is eligible for this service, or to learn about other family programs, call us at 1-800-255-9711.
The McNabb Center is here to help parents or caregivers struggling with a young child’s behavior. The Regional Intervention Program (RIP), a nationally-recognized model, is designed to help children ages 2-5 decrease unwanted behaviors while strengthening social skills and empowering parents to set appropriate limits and consequences.
To learn about this and other early childhood programs offered by the Center, call us at 1-800-255-9711
The McNabb Center’s home visitation program, Healthy Families, is a free and voluntary program that offers support services to new or expecting families. The program’s approach is relationship-based, culturally respectful, family-centered and strengths-based. Healthy Families offers education, support and resource services to help strengthen families. This program is rooted in the belief that early, nurturing relationships are the foundation for lifelong healthy development. To learn more about the Healthy Families home visitation program, call us at 1-800-255-9711.
Substance Use Treatment
The McNabb Center offers a full continuum of substance use treatment services from residential care to Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT). Call us to learn what options are best for you or your loved one.
The McNabb Center’s medical detoxification program serves adults who are experiencing the effects of high-risk withdrawal from opioids, alcohol or other addictive substances. Evaluation and withdrawal management are delivered under a defined set of physician-approved protocols by skilled nurses and our professional clinical team.
To learn more about the Center’s detox options, call (865) 523-4704.
The McNabb Center offers residential treatment for adolescents and adults facing a substance use or co-occurring disorder. Through our residential programming, clients receive education, group and individual therapy focused on achieving recovery, wellness and a healthy lifestyle.
The McNabb Center is designated by the state as a Co-Occurring Disorders Enhanced facility, showing the program “has a higher level of integration of substance abuse and mental health treatment and recovery services.”
For adults and adolescents across East Tennessee in need of treatment for substance use disorder or addiction, the McNabb Center offers intensive outpatient programs. The Center offers gender-specific and youth groups, depending on the age and specific needs of each client. Each program provides 9-12 hours per week of structured therapy and education.
To find the program closest to you, or to learn about the Center’s other substance use services, call us at 1-800-255-9711.
Medication Assisted Therapy
Medication Assisted Treatment combines counseling and behavioral therapies with approved medications (such as Vivitrol or buprenorphine) to treat addiction disorders. Using controlled levels of medications to help relieve withdrawal symptoms and psychological cravings can assist some individuals struggling with an addiction disorder to sustain recovery.
To learn more about the Center’s Medication Assisted Treatment options, call us at 1-800-255-9711.
Recovery Support/Peer Support
Recovery Support and Peer Support are essential pieces in the recovery journey. The McNabb Center can provide assistance in these areas.
To learn more about the Center’s substance use treatment options, call us at 1-800-255-9711.
Mental Health Care
Our compassionate staff is here to provide you or your loved one the help you need. We provide a full range of mental health care services, from infancy to adulthood. Please call us at 1-800-255-9711.
Adult Crisis Services
The McNabb Center provides crisis services for individuals experiencing a psychiatric crisis. If you or a family member are in crisis, we are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call. Call us now at (865) 539-2409.
Sometimes people need a safe place to get themselves together. We offer a Crisis Stabilization Unit where adults can receive treatment and access to additional services. To contact the Crisis Stabilization Unit, call (865) 541-6958.
If you want to learn more about non-crisis mental health care through the McNabb Center, call 1-800-255-9711
Children’s Crisis Services
The McNabb Center provides a full continuum of crisis services for children in East Tennessee. Our Family Walk-In Center offers care seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for children experiencing a mental health crisis.
You can call our Mobile Crisis Unit 24 hours a day, seven days a week if your child or loved one is in crisis.
Our newly opened Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital offers a safe place for children stay for several days under around the clock care of specialized clinical staff as they work through a mental health crisis.
The McNabb Center provides outpatient mental health care at clinics across East Tennessee. Outpatient services are available for adults, children and families. Outpatient services include diagnostic assessment, counseling medication and psychiatric services.
To learn more, or to schedule an appointment at the clinic nearest you, call 1-800-255-9711.
In rural communities, access to services tends to be a concern and the McNabb Center’s Mobile Health Clinic helps to break down barriers of accessing traditional health care. This program, which is part of Project Rural Recovery and funded by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, screens for mental health, substance use and chronic health conditions and provides mental health and substance use treatment. The program also provides preventative health screenings, including TB, HIV and Hepatitis. The Mobile Health Clinic serves Cocke, Grainger, Hancock, Jefferson and Claiborne counties. To learn more, call 1-800-255-9711 or follow the Mobile Health Clinic on Facebook.
The McNabb Center offers a full range of early childhood intervention and prevention programming, including Therapeutic Preschool.
Therapeutic Preschool is a 10-week outpatient program for children ages 4-6 who have experienced a traumatic event, such as abuse, neglect, natural disaster or loss of a loved one. The program helps children learn to manage difficult feelings and make safe choices. Children attend for three hours a day, three days a week and the environment replicates a daycare setting.
If you want more information on the Center’s Therapeutic Preschool programs, or to learn about other early childhood programs we offer, please call us at 1-800-255-9711.
The McNabb Center’s Military Services program is available to anyone who has served in the military, their family members or their caregivers.
The Center believes it is important to serve those who have courageously served, or continue to actively serve, our country.
The specially-trained military services therapists can assist individuals facing post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, substance use, co-occurring disorders, thoughts of suicide and other invisible wounds incurred from service.
To find out more about the Center’s Military Services program, call (865) 444-2333.
These services are privately funded and provided to our military families at no charge.
Other Mental Health Services
The McNabb Center provides a full continuum of mental health care services.
- Supportive employment
- Psych rehab
- Peer support (Friendship House & Lighthouse)
- Older Adult Program
- Homeless services
- Behavioral Health Safety Net
Children & Youth Services
- School-based services
- First Episode Psychosis
- Infant Mental Health
- Family Treatment Services
- Behavioral Health Safety Net
To learn more about additional mental health and co-occurring programs, please contact us at 1-800-255-9711.