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If you were looking for MTAADAC's website, you were redirected to this new TAADAC site. Click on the Middle Region button below.


TAADAC is the Tennessee state affiliate of

The Association for

Addiction Professionals

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

Addiction-Free Tennessee

Once you join NAADAC, you automatically become a member of TAADAC and your regional affiliate

Click below for the Journey Together 2024 Call for Proposals form

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Covid-19 Updates

TAADAC 2023 Awards

Our TAADAC awards will be presented in Sept at JTC.

  Thank you!!!

                              Counselor of the Year:     Lyn Noland

                          Professional of the Year:     Heather Loveland

                Lifetime Achievement Award:     Susan Binns


                                        Winners of both the 2024 MTAADAC Chapter

                                                                         and the

                                            2024 TAADAC affiliate awards this year :

                               Counselor of the Year : Lyn Noland, LADAC II

                           Professional of the Year : Heather Loveland, LADAC I, NCAC I

                              Lifetime Achievement : Susan Binns, LADAC II, NCAC II, NCRS

TAADAC Secretary                                             TAADAC President
Heather Loveland <>         Terry Kinnaman <


*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.

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