The Get Help pages link individuals with potential needs to key Frontier Health services.
The Get Help menu tailors potential needs by service area including Crisis Response (Respondiendo a Crisis), Suicide Prevention (Prevención Suicida), Children and Teens in Crisis (Niños y Adolecentes en Crisis), Runaways (Menores que Huyen de sus Hogares), Domestic Violence (Violencia Domestica), Mental Illness (Salud Mental), Drug and Alcohol Addiction (Adicción a Droga y Alcohol), Developmental Disabilities (Incapacidad de Desarrollo), Deaf or Hard of Hearing (Sordo(a) o Incapacidad Auditiva), and Psychological Testing (Evaluaciones Psicológicas).
The content for the site, www.frontierhealth.org is written so that family members or friends of those who many need help can find the care they need. Crisis information is available throughout the site. Frontier Health’s interactive site also features simple navigation, eye-catching graphics and links to online resources for advocacy, information and support including self-screening tests for depression, bipolar disorder and alcohol or drug addiction. The service guide navigation offers many ways to identify services and facilities that are offered in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
For more information, call (423) 467-3600 in Tennessee and (276) 523-8300 in Virginia, or visit www.frontierhealth.org