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Strong Futures Outpatient Clinic

About

Strong Futures Outpatient Clinic
438 E. Vann Road
Suite 300
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 278-1696
36.150223
-82.8452567

 

An outpatient family approach to counseling

At Strong Futures, we're bringing a life-changing, healing approach to addiction and mental healthcare for mothers.

Our staff is driven to uphold our mission of fostering lifelong independent living for current and future generations of families in the Appalachian Highlands.

Our services and resources

Our highly skilled Strong Futures team is here to provide a broad array of multi-generational outpatient services and resources for families in the Tennessee counties of Carter, Cocke, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi and Washington.

  • Family and relationship counseling
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Financial stability counseling
  • Health and well-being counseling
  • Two-generational, family-centered treatment
  • Parenting skill education
  • Educational opportunities
  • Literacy improvement
  • Relapse prevention services
  • Intensive case management
  • Community engagement and enrichment activities
  • Referral services
  • Workforce development services
  • Collaborative provider partnerships

Niswonger’s Children’s Network

Strong Futures is proud to be a part of Niswonger Children's Network – highlighting our mission to offer high standards of care and bright futures for children and families in all our communities.

Patient eligibility

We are now accepting applications and referrals for our services. To be eligible for Strong Futures, applicants must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Be either an expectant mother, mother or stepmother with children under 18 at home, or a mother with children under 18 in which she is attempting to regain custody
  • Be willing to undergo a complete medical and psychiatric screening
  • Have a substance-abuse issue, which can be combined with a behavioral-health issue
  • Be able to adequately focus and fully participate in all aspects of treatment and learning objectives
  • Be willing and receptive to participating in a family-centered, holistic care environment that embraces a two-generation, entire-family approach
  • Meet Tennessee Department of Human Services grant eligibility requirements*

*This grant is funded under a Grant Contract with the state of Tennessee.

Hours of operation

We are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Contact us

To learn more about our application and referral process – or to speak with our staff about any of our services – please call (423) 278-1696.

Intervention help line

If you are currently living with substance-use issues or other behavioral-health issues  and you need immediate assistance, please reach out to our 24/7 intervention help line at 1-800-366-1132.

What's New

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization

With novel coronavirus (COVID-19) hospitalizations at record levels, Ballad Health is providing feedback to the communities it serves, intended to optimize healthcare resources for those who need it most. ... read more about Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19

An increase in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the Appalachian Highlands has prompted Ballad Health to postpone all elective and non-emergent surgeries, including already-scheduled procedures. ... read more about Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19.

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children

Ballad Health unequivocally supports taking all appropriate measures to keep children in schools for in-person learning. We believe taking the steps recommended by medical boards and the CDC are most likely to enhance the opportunity to keep children in school. ... read more about Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children.

Patients & Visitors

What's New

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization

With novel coronavirus (COVID-19) hospitalizations at record levels, Ballad Health is providing feedback to the communities it serves, intended to optimize healthcare resources for those who need it most. ... read more about Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19

An increase in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the Appalachian Highlands has prompted Ballad Health to postpone all elective and non-emergent surgeries, including already-scheduled procedures. ... read more about Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19.

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children

Ballad Health unequivocally supports taking all appropriate measures to keep children in schools for in-person learning. We believe taking the steps recommended by medical boards and the CDC are most likely to enhance the opportunity to keep children in school. ... read more about Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children.