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Attachment B

ATTACHMENT B

LOCAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT CENTERS

Georgia:
  • Alliance Recovery Center
209 S. Wanton Way, Suite B Decatur, GA 404-377-7669  
  • Athens Regional Medical Center
1199 Prince Avenue Athens, GA 706-354-3660  
  • Atlanta Metro Treatment Center
6500 McDonough Dr. Norcross, GA 770-242-7865  
  • Georgia Recovery Center
4281 Memorial Dr. Suite C Decatur, GA 404-508-3004  
  • Alpha Recovery Centers
4558 Roswell Rd, Suite J-1 Atlanta, GA 404-329-9991       Tennessee:
  • Tennessee Detox, Drug Rehab, Alcohol Treatment Office Telephone: 615-741-1921
Address: 426 5th Avenue, North Cordell Hull Building 3rd Floor Nashville, TN 37247-4401
  • Addiction Treatment Center
Drug Addiction Treatment, Drug and Alcohol Rehabs Recovery and Abuse Telephone: 800-559-9503 (free consultation) Website: www.addictiontreatmentcenter.com
  • Drug Rehab Center Services
Telephone: Drug rehab center 1-877-A-LIFE-4-U (1-877-254-3348)
  • National Alcohol and Substance Abuse Information Center
Telephone: 800-784-6776 (Open 24 hours a day) Website: www.addictioncareoptions.com/states/tennessee.htm
  • OASIS Center
Telephone: (615) 327-4455 Fax: (615) 329-1444 Address: 1221 16th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 Oasis Center provides residential, counseling, and educational services to teens and their families. Residential services include an emergency shelter for runaway teens and Michael's Kids House, an independent living residence. Counseling services include early alcohol and drug intervention in the schools, crisis intervention, and alcohol and drug safety education.
  • PEACE (Project to End Abuse through Counseling and Education)
Telephone: (615) 862-4467 Fax: (615) 255-0721 Email: peace@nash.tds.net Address: 211 Union Street, Suite 615 Nashville, TN 37201-1504 It is the mission of PEACE, Inc. to ensure safety and justice for women and children who are the victims of domestic abuse. PEACE works within an organized community effort by intervening with male perpetrators. Through group counseling and other programs, PEACE provides them an opportunity to explore and to challenge their learned attitudes towards women that perpetuate controlling and violent behavior.  
  • YWCA Shelter & Domestic Violence Program
Telephone: Office (615) 269-9922 Hotline (615) 297-8833 Fax: (615) 297-8819 Address: 1608 Woodmont Boulevard Nashville, TN 37215 The YWCA Shelter & Domestic Violence Program provides several services -- including advocacy, support groups, counseling, and transitional housing -- to battered and formerly battered persons and their children.
  • Rape/Sexual Abuse Resources:
Rape & Sexual Abuse Center of Middle Tennessee, Inc. Telephone: (615) 259-9055 Crisis Line: (615) 256-8526 or (800) 879-1999 Address: 25 Lindsley Avenue Nashville, TN 37210 The Rape & Sexual Abuse Center helps meet the needs of sexual assault victims, as well as their friends and family. The center provides 24-hour telephone service, 24-hour advocacy, hospital accompaniment, and individual, group, and family therapy. The center offers its support to victims of rape and child sexual abuse, adult survivors, adolescent offenders, victims of abuse by professionals, and family members of all of the above.
  • Housing and Homeless Resources:
Campus for Human Development Telephone: (615) 251-9791 E-mail: thecampus@mindspring.com Address: 532 Eighth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203-4139 The Campus for Human Development serves the homeless community of Nashville through a variety of programs. Primary and mental health care, substance abuse treatment, transportation, support groups, job training and placement, food, and an emergency winter shelter are a few of the various services offered. Room in the Inn works with the Campus to provide healthcare and shelter to the homeless. The Campus welcomes everyone who seeks its services and extends the same invitation to volunteers and donations.
  • Habitat for Humanity
Telephone: (615) 254-4663 Fax: (615) 254-4645 Address: 533 Hagan Street Nashville, TN 37203 Habitat for Humanity provides decent, affordable housing for low income families at no interest. Families are required to work 500 hours on their new home ("sweat equity"). All the work of building the home is done by the family and groups of volunteers.
  • McKendree Village
Telephone: (615) 871-8200 Fax: (615) 871-8699 Address: 4343 Lebanon Road Hermitage, TN 37076-1223 McKendree Village is a non-profit continuing care retirement center on 42 acres. It includes three areas of independent living as well as a 300-bed health care facility. Individual homes and apartments are available. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
  • Room in the Inn
Telephone: (615) 251-7019 Address: 532 Eighth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37202 Room in the Inn organizes nightly housing for homeless adults and children with local congregations. Over 125 congregations participate in the crucial winter program by offering shelter and food to 12-20 guests one night a week. Room in the Inn is also a participant in the Campus for Human Development. Winter program: Emergency Shelter from November 1-March 31, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
  • Tennessee Coalition for the Homeless
Telephone: (615) 228-8902 Address: 617 South Eighth Street Nashville, TN 37206 TCFTH is an advocacy and public education agency, not a provider of direct services. TCFTH's overall mission is to reduce homelessness in Tennessee by a) maintaining a statewide network of advocates; b) providing a forum for and promoting education about the crisis of homelessness in our state; and c) planning and supporting public and private involvement in helping the homeless of our state.
  • Legal Resources:
Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee, Inc. Telephone: (615) 244-6610 Address: 211 Union Street Nashville, TN 37201 The mission of the Legal Aid Society is to enforce, enhance, and defend the legal rights of low-income and elderly people. Legal Aid provides legal advocacy and education to obtain necessities such as health care, housing, income, family safety, child support, and access to basic goods and services.     This is the official (2009) notification that the campus of Georgia Career Institute located in Conyers, Georgia and the campuses located in Tennessee reports 1. Incidents of crime or drug abuse in the following areas:
    • MURDER
    • MANSLAUGHTER
    • SEX OFFENSES
    • ROBBERY/AGGREVATED ASSULT
    • BURGULARY - 1
    • MOTOR VECHILE THEFT
    • ARSON
    • LIQUOR LAW VIOLATIONS
    • WEAPON POSSESSION
    • ARREST FOR ILLEGAL DRUG POSSESSION