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WELCOME TO TAADAC's VIRITUAL HOME
TAADAC is the Tennessee state affilliate of
The National Association for
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to education, and advocacy for our members. Professional licensing is NOT required to become an associate member and we encourage peer and "lay supporters" to join in our mission of wellness across the state.
Comprised of four Regional Chapters
across Tennessee, we serve the needs of
our members as they strive to provide
the best treatment, therapy, and support
for individuals and families struggling with substance-use disorders and other co-occurring behavioral health challenges.
As your Association for Addiction Professionals
we Educate, Advocate, and Promote
Healthy Communities for an
Once you join NAADAC, you automatically become a member of TAADAC and your regional affiliate
Click below for the Journey Together 2021 Exhibitor/Sponsor form
Click a link below for Healthcare Professional
Nominees for this year's TAADAC
Counselor of the Year,
Professional of the Year
Lifetime Achievement awards.
Counselor of the Year Nominees: Josie West, Michelle Broughton, Patricia Budnick
Professional of the Year Nominees: Justin Casevechia, Ben Dickey, Amber Stevenson
Lifetime Achievement: Sherry Gwyn, Walter Williams, Randall Lea
Submit your vote in an email addressed to both:
Heather Loveland <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Terry Kinnaman <email@example.com>
by COB Friday, 08.06.2021.
*The iris, family Iridaceae, was designated the official state cultivated flower in 1973 by the 88th General Assembly. The Official State seal of Tennessee originally designed in 1801, features the plow, sheaf of wheat, and cotton stalk as symbols of Tennessee agriculture, and the riverboat represents the importance of river traffic to commerce in the state. Tennessee's official state motto was taken from the words on the state seal; "Agriculture and Commerce." The number 16 appears as a Roman numeral, signifying that Tennessee was the 16th U.S. state.