Co-Occuring Disorders take a heavy toll in wasted lives, missed opportunities, and unnecessary costs. The good news is that individuals, suffering with co-occuring disorders, can recover, and lead rich and productive lives. The fact that you’re reading this is a good indication that you may be ready to turn your life around. If you are, Tony Rice Center can help. Whether you are visiting these pages as a concerned family member or as an individual who has reached the decision to turn your life around, we hope that change can begin here.
Many people entering recovery are tired, depressed, and feel as if there is no hope. Tony Rice Center, funded in part by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services and the United Way of Bedford County, offers the caring, safe, and supportive environment that is necessary to begin a new and meaningful start. Clients who have successfully completed our program have gained knowledge and insight into the disease of addiction and co-occuring disorders. They have acquired the necessary tools to establish and maintain ongoing stability and sobriety as well as skills needed for independent living. We are committed to helping the individual recover and become productive members of society. This is a place where the person suffering, with a co-occuring disorder, can learn how to live life sober.
Planting the seeds of loving care.