Tony Rice Center, Inc.

Shelbyville, TN   |  http://tonyricecenter.com

Mission

The Tony Rice Center recognizes that substance abuse disorders sometimes co-occur with mental health disorders, so it is with this knowledge that the Tony Rice Center endeavors to improve the quality of life for all people with co-occurring disorders in Region V of Middle Tennessee. The Tony Rice Center strives to improve these areas by implementing and promoting an advanced treatment strategy that addresses both disorders and also by assuring access to all community-wide behavioral health services.

Ruling year info

1991

Principal Officer

Mr. Cody Lee Harris

Main address

1300 Railroad Avenue

Shelbyville, TN 37160 USA

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EIN

62-1461852

NTEE code info

Alcohol, Drug Abuse (Treatment Only) (F22)

Residential, Custodial Care (Group Home) (P70)

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Our programs

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Men's Program

Tony Rice Center, Inc. offers a veriety of different Co-Occurring treatment modalities in our short and long term treatment programs.  All of these programs provide a safe, supportive, structured, and stable environment that we believe men need in order to develop their recovery skills. Our treatment approach is designed to return the individual to a healthy level of spiritual, physical, emotional, social and occupational functioning in order to live successfully in the community. Attention is given to teach the individual new life recovery skills that provides healthy alternatives to substance use. Tony Rice Center has capacity to serve 40 men. TRC normally treats between 150 to 200 men each year. 

Population(s) Served

Tony Rice Center's Outpatient Treatment Program is an education-based program that has been designed as a precursor to traditional addiction treatment for a specific target population. The principle target population includes the person identified via assessment as a substance abuser as defined in the DSM V, those that may be in the early stages of dependency that may have had no previous exposure to chemical dependency education and without previous treatment episode, and/or those that have experienced legal ramifications due to use or abuse of a substance. TRC offers out-patient services at three different site locations at this time. Shelbyville TN, Murfreesboro TN, and Columbia TN. These services consist of Former clients and persons charged with first time domestic violence, drug possession, or driving violations where alcohol or drugs were a factor in the incident, are deemed appropriate by TRC. Participants are required to attend one ninety-minute class per week for a duration 12- 20 weeks. TRC started providing Outpatient services in August 2006 and is currently developing additional programs.

Population(s) Served

Staff members are available to provide programs and workshops on alcohol and drug issues for civic, educational and employment groups. Staff members are also available to consult with family, friends and employers on how to handle specific alcohol or drug related problems.

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Assessment and Referral Services

Population(s) Served

Without a Drug Free Workplace, employee performance cannot be predicted and associated expenses cannot be controlled. When substance abuse is in the picture, so are absenteeism, accidents, low morale, high workers comp costs, rising medical costs, theft and violence. Tony Rice Center's Substance Abuse Risk Management Consultation Services is a comprehensive, tightly focused, customizable and dynamic program for containing costs, enhancing productivity and protecting the employment workplace. Services available through this program include drug and alcohol testing, assessment, treatment and referral services.

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Awards

Affiliations & memberships

United Way Member Agency 2000

Second Harvest Food Bank 2000

Chamber of Commerce 2000

Financials

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Tony Rice Center, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 1/3/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Ernie Scott


Board co-chair

Mr. Carter Clay

Carter Clay

Community Volunteer

Serge Aude

Community Volunteer

Howard Rupard

Private Practice

Chris Clay

Community Volunteer

Jeff Gilley

Jimmy Burton

Volunteer

Ernie Scott

Jim Gualden

Lance Bennett