Recovery for every patient.
Overmountain Recovery is an outpatient opioid treatment program.
We offer medication-assisted therapy, which includes methadone and Suboxone® (buprenorphine), as part of a personalized treatment plan.
Our main goal is recovery for each and every patient.
But not only that. All of us – from our program leadership to our staff members – aim to reduce the burden of addiction on our region.
We’re focused not just on providing a service, but on making our community a healthier and safer place to live, work, learn and do business.
Learn more about our addiction-treatment services.
Overmountain regularly measures and reports on the performance of our program. We track both efficiency and effectiveness measures.
Because of this dedication to quality, we’ve earned a three-year accreditation from CARF (the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).
CARF three-year accreditation is the highest accreditation level awarded to organizations like Overmountain.
The CARF accreditation process
To receive three-year accreditation from CARF, organizations are put through a rigorous process that includes, among other requirements, live on-site surveys.
These requirements ensure our programs meet CARF’s high standards of quality and accountability.
A joint partnership
Overmountain Recovery is a joint project of Ballad Health, East Tennessee State University and Frontier Health.
Through this partnership, Overmountain is able to provide an array of services that include counseling, medication-assisted therapy, education, outreach, prevention and research to help change our region’s alarming statistics on prescription drug abuse.
ETSU Center for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment
East Tennessee State University’s Center for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment works closely with Overmountain Recovery.
The center is a key resource in the opioid abuse epidemic ravaging our region and the nation.
Started as a result of the ETSU Prescription Drug Abuse and Misuse Working Group efforts, the center is an informal network of researchers, health care providers, community residents and students. The working group meets monthly and currently has more than 200 members.
The center’s mission is to partner with communities in Southern Appalachia to advance the science of substance abuse prevention and treatment.
Overmountain Recovery leadership
Trish Baise is Overmountain Recovery’s president. She also serves as the vice president of behavioral health for Ballad and the CEO of Franklin Woods Community Hospital.
She has a Doctorate of Nursing Practice with an emphasis in health systems leadership from Vanderbilt University, is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and is a Certified Advanced Nurse Executive.
Dr. Timothy Smyth
Dr. Timothy Smyth serves as Overmountain Recovery’s medical director. As the medical director, he sees each patient at Overmountain and guides their care and treatment.
Dr. Smyth earned his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Maine and his master’s degree in chemical engineering at the University of Florida. Dr. Smyth later received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
An addiction medicine specialist, Dr. Smyth has a background in addiction services, anesthesiology and pain management. He’s a diplomat of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.
Laurie Street is Overmountain Recovery’s program director. She oversees the day-to-day operations at Overmountain and ensures the clinic follows all local, state and federal guidelines.
Street earned a bachelor’s degree from Milligan College in business administration and an additional bachelor’s degree in nursing from East Tennessee State University. She later earned a master’s degree from King University.
Juanelle Lambert, a contract employee from Frontier Health, has the role of Overmountain Recovery’s clinical supervisor working with the clinic’s counselors, as well as providing individual counseling to patients. Lambert ensures that evidenced-based practices are provided within the counseling setting.
Lambert earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from East Tennessee State University, an associate degree in chemical technology from Northeast State Community College and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Tennessee.
Learn more about Overmountain Recovery’s treatment programs.