February 4, 2021

Sam Jones Joins ATCM Board of Directors

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Veteran banker, Sam Jones, joined the Adult & Teen Challenge MidSouth (ATCM) Board of Directors this month. The announcement was made by David McNabb, president of the local nonprofit. Jones is the Chattanooga Market President of BancorpSouth Bank and a 44-year banking veteran in the Chattanooga market, having served withRead More
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January 5, 2021

Dry January – Not for Everyone

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Dry January,the annual initiative to stop drinking alcohol for the first month of the year, is a trending topic in social media around the world and hailed by health experts. While the trend is a great health initiative for modest drinkers it may not be practical for people with underlyingRead More
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January 3, 2021

Top 12 Women’s Issues in Addiction Recovery

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Women and men use drugs for different reasons, in different ways, experience addiction differently, and even relapse for different reasons. So it’s no surprise that men and women also face different obstacles in early recovery as well. In the early stages of transformation, many women share the same fears about getting helpRead More
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December 31, 2020

Sherrill Joins Adult & Teen Challenge MidSouth

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Sherrill steps into the role of Marketing and Development Director Chattanooga, TN, December 31, 2020 – Karen Sherrill joined Adult & Teen Challenge MidSouth this month to lead the marketing and development initiatives of the ministry. The announcement was made by David McNabb, president of the local nonprofit.  The seasoned marketing and development professionalRead More
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December 18, 2020

We’re Stepping onto the Front Line

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As 2020 closes and we turn the corner on the pandemic, we believe we will see the fallout from the stress of the losses, including loss of loved ones, jobs, opportunities and social interaction.  Alcoholism is a common coping response to stress and, historically, it has increased in the USRead More
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