Memphis Addiction Help
Memphis Addiction Help is a collaboration between Church Health and Christ United Methodist Church, and it serves as a single source for all things related to treatment and recovery services in Memphis and West Tennessee. Here, you can learn about different types of treatment, how to access affordable care, and find the program that best fits your needs. Explore recovery options, visit our blog, or learn about prevention efforts in your community and nationwide. Whether you are looking for a loved one or for yourself, Memphis Addiction Help is here for you.
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) is a group of conditions a baby experiences when withdrawing from drugs that it was exposed to in the womb. Almost all drugs pass from a mother’s blood stream to the fetus. Substances that cause addiction or dependence in the mother...read more
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and this week, September 9-15, 2018, is Suicide Prevention Week. The purpose of this time is to bring individuals and organizations around the world together to join efforts to broadcast the message...read more
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) produces monthly multimedia content about different issues related to recovery. Check out June's radio episode on the opioid crisis here.read more