APCC is in Afton's honor to give back to the community
It started with the loss of the CEO's only daughter Afton who was killed April 18th 2002 at 17 years old by a drunk driver and now Appalachian Promise of Claiborne County (APCC) assist those battling addiction by providing Certified Smart Recovery Programs in house to battle addiction. APCC supports all Law Enforcement and with Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) . We strive to give back to the community we love. We work in the battle against opioid's hands on and we are anti suboxone. We stand united with all parties who battle against drugs in our communities.
Appalachian Promise of Claiborne County (APCC) at a Glance
We Deal in Hope, Not Dope!
Appalachian Promise is a nonprofit business that offer's assistance for those who truly desire a life change. We provide workforce services to help sustain social and economic development in Claiborne County. We provide a hand up not out as well as Recovery services which includes the building blocks needing dealing with addiction . We operate in conjunction with Homesteaders Inc. and the CCSD the Fresh start Program for inmates in the Claiborne County Jail. Together we will make Claiborne County Strong one family at a time.
A Bit About Us
"APCC has Faith in You"
Here at Appalachian Promise of Claiborne County (APCC), we’re committed to Claiborne County . You are our priority at APCC. We provide the following services:
Parenting classes, Certified Smart Recovery Program. Rehab location services are available with our facility. Our facility also offers Certified Grief Counseling Services. We have a MADD Victims Advocate also on site full time.
Smart recovery round-table & individual support groups, educational workshops, family advocacy, outreach assistance, money management, as well as free wellness checks. We provide a place where you can come to for help and information, we believe in you and we deal in hope not dope. We love our community and look forward to providing essential services including personal career assessments , job referral & job placement, 10 panel urine drug screening for employees and employer's, job placement , application assistance, resume support and mentoring. The facility also battles the rage of drugs and prescription drug abuse. Just imagine what we can achieve together! We will help you get your life back on track if you desire it... People deserve a second chance !
423-259-8189/ 832-377-5332 emergencies
APCC supports Tennessee's Highway Patrol (THP) through Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD)
Toys for Troopers will change hands now and be ran from APCC. We proudly support THP, KSP & all Law enforcement.