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Brian Buuck, CEO
Ride for Hope – Save the DateRidgeview is delighted to announce the 2nd Annual Ride for Hope is scheduled for Friday, May 13th from 11:30 – 2:00 in celebration of national Mental Health Awareness month. For additional event information, CLICK HERE. Continue to get the latest information through www.ridgeview.com.
MIST Program Garners National AttentionRidgeview invites you to tune in to NPR’s All Things Considered on November 18 & 19 @ 4:00 on FM station WUOT 91.9 and learn about the profound impact of Ridgeview’s MIST (Mothers and Infants Sober Together) program in providing hope, healing, and recovery to mothers and their babies. To read or listen to the NPR program, you can CLICK HERE.
National Council Magazine Features a Ridgeview ProgramRidgeview’s STOP program was recently featured in the National Council for Behavioral Health magazine’s 2015 Issue 1, page 46 and 47. You may read the story Here.
Ken Minkoff to lead SeminarRidgeview is honored to host Dr. Kenneth Minkoff on Monday, September 21st at DoubleTree in Oak Ridge. The seminar is free and will focus on “Integrated, Recovery-oriented stage matched intervention for people with co-occurring conditions.”
Seating is limited so REGISTER HERE TODAY.
Tools for Success -
Ridgeview is proud to present this free training on September 25 from 8:30 – 12:30 at Pollard Technology Conference Center, 210 Badger Avenue, Oak Ridge – please join us as we learn about the specific needs for children born drug exposed & practical approaches for care. For event flyer & registration, CLICK HERE.
Dealing with Drug Exposed Children
Drug Use & Abuse TrainingPlease join Ridgeview staff, Michelle Jones and Melody Morris, at the Tennessee Valley Coalition for the Homeless sponsored training event on July 31st, from 1p-4p at New Covenant Fellowship, 6828 Central Avenue Pike, Knoxville, TN 37918. To learn more, Click Here
Program on Youth Substance Abuse on July 18 in Oak RidgeRidgeview staff will present “Youth Substance Abuse – the complex and courageous conversation,” on Saturday, July 18, at Grace Lutheran Church in Oak Ridge. The FREE program will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the fellowship hall, and is hosted by the church’s Mental Health Ministry. Childcare will be available. To learn more, Click Here
Ridgeview introduces new Outpatient Clinic in HarrimanRidgeview introduces the opening of the new Outpatient Clinic located at 307 Devonia Street in Harriman. Please come join us for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on June 24 from noon to 1:00 and tour the new facility, while grabbing a quick hot dog lunch. Artwork entitled, “Your Stories Matter,” will be on display for guests to enjoy. To learn more, Click Here
May 29th Ride for Hope –
Ridgeview is honored to be host of a national mental health celebration:
Mental Health Celebration!
Time: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Place: 240 W. Tyrone Rd, Oak Ridge, 37830
The event is open to the public - Commissioners Doug Varney (TDMHSAS) and Jim Henry (DCS) will share in the celebration! Together we can change the way we think about mental health through prevention strategies, early screening, and public awareness. To learn more Click Here