Frontier Health - Magnolia Ridge is a 19-bed alcohol and drug detoxification and residential treatment center specializing in treating addiction and co-occurring mental health and behavior disorders for adults 18 and older. Clients are treated with a traditional course of individual, group and family counseling, supplemented with intervention and medication, when appropriate.
Teresa Kidd, Ph.D., joined Frontier Health in 1982. She was most recently Senior Vice President of Tennessee Outpatient Services and is licensed psychologist with more than 30 years experience. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is chair of the Greene County Health Council, a member of the Northeast Tennessee Regional Health Council, and is a member of the Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations Quality Assurance and Compliance Committee.More
Randall E. Jessee, Ph.D., spent more than 34 years at the forefront of developing, providing and ensuring people have crisis, substance addiction, prevention, and mental health services in Tennessee and Virginia, and through leadership of a multi-state organization that includes Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia, working to develop a concerted effort of agencies and institutions to address the threat substance abuse presents to public safety, economic well-being, and quality of life. He is also chair of the Tennessee Co-Occurring Disorders Collaborative and chair of the Tennessee Department of Mental Health Licensure Review Panel. As a pioneer and champion of co-occurring and crisis services, Dr. Jessee is Senior Vice President of Frontier Health’s Specialty Services including Magnolia Ridge Detoxification and Residential A&D Treatment Center and Willow Ridge Women’s Residential A&D Treatment Center; 24/7 Mobile Crisis Response; the Crisis Stabilization Unit; Community Justice and Recovery Court Programs; the CALM Walk-In Center Respite Services; SAFE House Domestic Violence Shelter; and HOPE for Tennessee’s HIV/AID prevention program.More
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