In 2013 the 4th Judicial District Recovery Services, Inc., “4JDRS”, was formed as a 501(c) 3 organization to assist the Fourth Judicial District Recovery Court in achieving its mission. . Today, “4JDRS” also supports the Fourth Judicial District Veterans Treatment Court, as well as partnering with other groups and agencies in our communities to provide much needed services to address both the individual’s and family’s drug and alcohol addiction and co- occurring mental health issues.
2014 was a big year for us as the “4JDRS” became a State of Tennessee licensed Treatment Provider for individuals suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Also, we purchased a beautiful home set on 18 private acres that allows us to offer our treatment services plus transitional housing to females.
Just recently, H.E.A.L. of Sevier County (“H.E.A.L.”) , a group of dedicated professionals, joined our organization. “H.E.A.L.” seeks to address the drug and alcohol addiction epidemic with a particular emphasis on helping women addicted to drugs to deliver drug-free children.
Board Of Directors
The “4JDRC” Board of Directors believes that your investment in our mission will save taxpayer dollars by reducing prosecution and incarceration as well as providing a new way of life for many who were once trapped in the vicious cycle of addiction.
Our Board Members include:
Ed Miller, President – District Public Defender, 4th Judicial District
Lisa Bryant, Secretary/Treasurer – Judicial Administrative Assistant
Jeremy Ball – Assistant District Attorney
James B. Dunn – District Attorney General, 4th Judicial District
Keith Haas – Assistant Public Defender
Jamie Branam Kridler, PhD – Family Counselor
Karen Matijevich – Jail Missions
Jeff Coffey – Sheriff Jefferson County
Rev. Deborah Shultz – Director, Rescue 180
Charles Rick Wardroup – Probation Officer State of Tennessee
Ellen Wilhoit, R.N. – Chief Executive Officer LeConte Medical Center, Retired