ReSET Program

What is RESET?

The RESET Program focuses on helping individuals sustain recovery through support. In the program, a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) walks the path of recovery and assists other in their journeys by identifying roadblocks in recovery, navigating the process of re-entry from the criminal justice system, connecting to local resources, and developing an action plan for meeting life goals.

Talk to Someone With Lived-Experience: Having shared experiences in addiction, incarceration and recovery, the RESET program helps navigate barriers and provide a solid foundation for individuals to rebuild their lives. We provide recovery & re-entry planning, one-on-one peer mentoring, access to treatment for addiction, and avenues to services in the community.

Who Qualifies for RESET?

  • Individuals who would benefit from peer support in recovery for substance use disorder

  • Currently incarcerated in Washington County or at risk of incarceration (probation or parole)

  • Individuals who recently have been released from incarceration and reside in Washington County

A certified peer recovery specialist can help you

  • Identify roadblocks to recovery.

  • Navigate the process of re-entry from the criminal justice system.

  • Get connected to local resources.

  • Develop an action plan for meeting life goals.

  • Connect to local community resources providing assistance in:

    1. Securing safe and stable housing.

    2. Securing reliable transportation.

    3. Substance-use recovery treatment and planning.

    4. Employment assistance and job training.

Contact Information

The CPRS individuals for this program are Ben McCurry and Roger Powell.

Ben McCurry


Phone: 877-366-7593 (ext. 107)

Text or direct line 423-328-8644

Roger Powell


Phone: 877-366-7593 (ext. 108)

text or direct line 423-328-8744

This project is funded under a Grant Contract with the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.