People Matter. Hope Matters.
Hope doesn’t have to be far away. If you or somebody you love is dealing with substance or alcohol addiction or abuse, Samaritan Recovery Community can help.
Samaritan Recovery Community has been serving the Middle Tennessee community since 1964, providing help and support for those who can’t find hope.
Learn more about our programs or how you can help.
What we're here for
The vision of Samaritan Recovery Community is to provide the highest quality of care possible to people who are suffering from substance use disorder in an environment that preserves and promotes the dignity of the persons served without regard to race, color, creed, gender, economic or social circumstance, orientation or national origin.
The mission of Samaritan Recovery Community is to provide the most compassionate care possible to people who are suffering from substance use disorder and to be known as the provider and employer of choice.
The Future Of Samaritan
Here’s a sneak peak into what’s coming soon for Samaritan Recovery Community. Our Shelby House facilities will soon offer 130 beds for Samaritan Recovery Community’s Rehabilitation services in addition to 484 new construction affordable apartments.
Keep up with all the latest developments on our Facebook Page.
A little goes a long way
Donate to Samaritan
As a community-based, non-profit agency, we rely on contributions and gifts from the public to help offset the cost of providing services.
Your donation will go towards covering our costs, including keeping our facilities running, supplies for those in our programs, and more.
We are also always looking for volunteers who are willing to give their time and energy towards our mission.
“From isolation, drugs and alcohol, hospitalization, suicidal thoughts, near death events, jail time, detox and withdrawals, loss of my family, felony charges, probation and financial loss, I came here and have regained respect for myself and others.
I have found clarity, unconditional love, a new path to live my life in full recovery every day. Grateful for my life today. Samaritan Recovery has shown me the way.”