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Robin nationExecutive Director Women at the Well Ministries
Robin Nation is the founder and director of Women at the Well Ministries. She and her husband are life-long residents of McMinn County. The vision for WATW came to Robin while working as the Sheriff's Secretary at the McMinn County Justice Center in 1994. Jail Ministry is where she accepted the call in this ministry. Robin is a member of Eastanallee Baptist Church in Riceville, Tennessee. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education from International College of Bible Theology, certified Temperment Counselor and Licensed Pastoral Counselor through the National Christians Counselors Association. Robin is certified in Personal Studies for New Christians, Committed to Freedom, and Biblical Counseling through the Teen Challenge International. She graduated March 15, 2014 from the Level III Emerging Leaders Program through the Teen Challenge Program. She is also CPR Certified. Her hobbies include spending time with her family, camping, biking, and walking.Show Bio
Kevin SheltonOur Master's Camp Director Our Master's Camp
Brother Kevin Shelton became a Marine & served our country until 1997. He married in 2002. In 2004 he was saved when God showed that he, his wife and kids were lost, and that he was not being the husband and father that he needed to be. Not long after this God called Kevin to preach in 2005. Kevin took every opportunity to share God’s promises. He preached at Whitfield County YDC, nursing homes, restaurants, churches, homeless shelters, and also had a radio ministry from 2005-2008. He taught teenage Sunday school classes and worked with youth during this time also. Kevin volunteered with Providence Ministries preaching and visiting with the men in the Christian drug and alcohol recovery ministry Of Providence Ministries in Dalton Georgia. He and his wife were hired full-time as house parents in the Providence Ministries Rocky Face Boys Home. Kevin was also pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church. Kevin now serves as director of Our Masters Camp, an intensive Christian recovery center operated by Providence Ministries. Kevin loves helping others and spending one-on-one time with the O.M.C. clients. Kevin’s note is: “love others as Christ loves you.”Show Bio
Dr. Stephen LoydChief Medical Officer JourneyPure Paragon Mills
Dr. Loyd has practiced internal medicine for two decades. He served as an expert witness for the U.S. Attorney, F.B.I. and D.E.A. against doctors improperly prescribing addictive medications. Dr. Loyd is a member of the governor’s subcabinet and associate professor at ETSU. He's been featured in the news from the Today Show to The New York Times.
"We have to fight addiction like we do any other medical condition, with up-to-date and well-researched techniques that have real data to back them up."Show Bio
- Tennessee ranks 22nd in treatment centers servicing/accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers per 100,000 residents. Ohio is just 1 spot better, ranked 21 out of the United States. Illinois is ranked one spot worse at spot 23.
- When adjusted for population, Tennessee ranks 26th in treatment centers servicing/accepting computerized substance abuse treatment. Michigan is ranked one spot better at spot 25. Arkansas is ranked one spot worse at spot 27.
- For matrix model clients, Tennessee ranks 34th in population-adjusted treatment centers. One spot better is New Jersey, ranked 33 in the U.S. California is just 1 spot worse, ranked 35 out of the United States.
- Tennessee is 34th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting no payment accepted. Illinois is ranked one spot better at spot 33. One spot worse is New York, ranked 35 in the U.S.
- Tennessee ranks 35th in treatment centers servicing/accepting medicare per 100,000 residents. The US National Average is ranked slightly better, ranked 34. Arkansas is ranked one spot worse at spot 36.
Before you agree to enroll in a Tennessee drug treatment center, you might like to see some proof that treatment works and that the time you’ll spend in treatment will help you to pull your life back together. The Tennessee Access to Recovery 2004-2007 Outcomes Evaluation Report may provide you with the facts you need.
- Reductions of alcohol abuse from 38.8 percent before treatment to 2.9 percent at discharge
- Reductions in illegal drug use from 46.5 percent at admission to 3.5 percent at discharge
- Daily drug abuse frequency declines from 8.9 percent at admission to 0.3 percent at discharge
- Employment rate jumps from 23 percent to 50.7 percent
- Homelessness reductions from 13.1 percent at admission to 1.2 percent six months later
As this study makes clear, treatment for addiction really does work. If you’ve been avoiding enrollment because you’re not quite certain that you’ll benefit, hopefully this information will help persuade you to change your mind and accept the help that Tennessee drug treatment programs can provide.
Typical Components of Care
When you enroll in care, you’ll be treated like an individual, and your treatment team will work hard to learn more about your addiction history and the challenges you’ll face in maintaining your sobriety when you head home once more. You’ll do a significant amount of work in therapy sessions with a licensed counselor, but you might also be asked to participate in support group meetings, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. You might also be provided with medications that can help you to keep your cravings for drugs under control.
This website will provide you with a significant amount of information about how addictions work and how they are typically treated, but if you want to access printed documents you can read on your own at home, the TAADAS Statewide Clearinghouse may help you. This website provides free publications about addiction to residents of Tennessee.
Starting Your Search
The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services maintains a list of service providers, and that list can allow you to search for facilities that are located close to your home. But, you may find that facilities in other cities or states might be better equipped to help you with your specific needs. As mentioned, all treatment programs are highly tailored, and some programs are specifically attuned to the needs of a specific subset of the population.
You may feel more confortable in a treatment program that’s filled with people who are just like you, and that treatment program may be located miles away from your home.