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TN Alliance for Drug Endangered Children (DEC)

Resource Description

The vision of the Tennessee Alliance for Drug Endangered Children is that every child in Tennessee has the opportunity to experience a safe and healthy childhood free from the use of drugs and the effects of drug exposure.

The Tennessee Alliance for Drug Endangered Children approach is comprehensive, focusing on the formation of community-based partnerships to engage professionals from multiple disciplines in developing a collaborative approach to rescue, defend, shelter, and support children living in drug environments.

Contact Tabatha Curtis for DEC Approach Training.

 

If you suspect a child is drug-endangered, contact 1-877-866-6384, or to report suspected child abuse and neglect, contact the Tennessee Department of Children's Services at 1-877-237-0004. In case of an emergency or life-threatening situation, call 911.

Resources

Drug Exposed Children: What Caregivers Should Know

Do You Suspect a Drug Endangered Child

National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children (National DEC) Facebook

National DEC Website

 

Drug Endangered Children Training Request

Tabatha Curtis
Statewide Coordinator
Tennessee Alliance For Drug Endangered Children
Tabatha.Curtis@tn.gov
(901) 570-6430

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