Prescription drugs left lying around at home are some of the most susceptible drugs to misuse because of how easily they can be obtained. The Next Door has seen firsthand that these drugs being easily accessible to our clients has greatly impacted their journey with substance use disorders. We are hopeful that the Drug Enforcement […]
National Recovery Month Celebrate Recovery With Us As we approach the end of September, The Next Door would like to take a moment to highlight National Recovery Month. National Recovery Month occurs every September and was created in 1989 by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration. The goal when creating this new campaign […]
October 27th – This monthly information session allows you to learn about our programs and services for women. Attendees will hear an overview of the past, present, and future of this ministry, listen to a client testimony, and conclude with a brief tour of our building. To RSVP for this event, please email email@example.com!
September 27th – This year’s Fall Benefit theme is “Beauty for Ashes“. The event will take place at Belmont’s Fischer Center and This year Beth Moore and Melissa Beasley are serving as the Event Chairs. When a client walks through our doors, they come to us at one of their lowest moments. They are mourning the end of their active addiction, covered in the […]
On June 19, millions of Americans will celebrate “Juneteenth,” the longest-running African American holiday. In Texas, slavery had continued long after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed. Many slave owners from outside the Lone Star State had moved there, as they viewed it as a safe haven for slavery. On June 19, 1865, a full two […]
Please join us in congratulating Mackenzie Mayer in her new role as TND’s Director of the Criminal Justice Division. The Next Door has been committed to serving women re-entering society after being in jail / prison since the ministry came into being in 2004, and that program continues today at our Chattanooga facility. Since 2010, […]
Written by Tracy Korney, Posted November 22, 2019 We all have imperfections we like to hide. But for those battling drug or alcohol abuse, hiding can destroy lives and families for generations. 33-year-old Jennifer, who asked that we keep her last name private, calls herself a “master hider.” She says she started sneaking alcohol, cold […]
Written by Annie Reeves at StyleBlueprint, Posted November 2019 The Next Door Fifteen years ago, The Next Door was formed as a place to receive women after their release from jail. At the time, there was nowhere else in town where women could turn after incarceration, so for 10 years, The Next Door invited women in, easing […]