Helen Ross McNabb Center remains open, continuing to help those with the most need and fewest resources in this time of uncertainty. Like many healthcare organizations, we are facing a shortage of supplies and need your help.
We have created an Amazon Wish List, which includes personal protective equipment, cleaning supplies and other essential items for the Center to continue serving individuals in need.
The Helen Ross McNabb Foundation was thrilled to host the Knoxville Challenger, a seven day professional tennis event, November 4-10, 2019 at the Goodfriend Indoor Tennis Center. The Challenger series is a part of the USTA Pro Circuit series, which is designed to provide opportunities to aspiring young American professional tennis players to advance to the top levels of the game.
The Knoxville Challenger has raised more than $1,300,000 for the Helen Ross McNabb Center over the past 11 years. This event is held in memory of Harry W. Stowers. His life, work, commitment and passion for Helen Ross McNabb Center were of significant benefit to our entire community.
Helen Ross McNabb Center is excited to celebrate the ribbon cutting for its newest facility serving Sevier County and surrounding areas. The ribbon cutting will be held on August 21, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at 1105 Oak Cluster Drive, Sevierville.
“This new building will allow us to expand our services in the region,” said Shellie Hall, senior director of Sevier County services. “We are thrilled by the community’s support and look forward to improving more lives in the community.”
The new 8,000 square foot facility will allow the Center to support additional staff hired to meet the needs in the community. The Center offers outpatient mental health services for adults and children as well as intensive outpatient services in Sevier County. In addition, specialty programs are offered in Sevier County, including System of Care Across Tennessee (SOCAT) and Tennessee Health Link.