Recovery for every patient.
Overmountain Recovery is an outpatient opioid treatment program.
Overmountain Recovery is open:
- Weekdays, 5:30 to 11 a.m.
- Saturdays, 6:30 to 9 a.m.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before closing.
Note: We are closed on Sundays. If you need emergency care, please go to your nearest emergency department.
We are also closed on New Year’s Day, Jan. 1; Independence Day, July 4; Thanksgiving, 4th Thursday in Nov.; and Christmas, Dec. 25.
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.
The mission of Overmountain Recovery is to provide the highest quality of care to those experiencing opioid use disorder, with or without co-occurring disorders, in an environment that preserves and promotes the dignity of the persons served without regard to race, color, creed, gender, economic or social circumstance, sexual orientation, or national origin.
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 Addiction Science Center
East Tennessee State University’s Addiction Science Center works closely with Overmountain Recovery.
The center is a key resource in the opioid epidemic ravaging our region and the nation.
Initiated as a product of the interprofessional Prescription Drug Abuse and Misuse Working Group, the Center is a network of researchers, health care providers, community members and students. The working group meets monthly and currently has more than 350 members.
The Center’s mission is to partner with affected communities in Central Appalachia to advance the science of substance misuse prevention and treatment.
Collaborate with us
Are you interested in conducting research at Overmountain Recovery? Submit a project proposal using our research concept form.
For questions about research, please contact Dr. Angela Hagaman at email@example.com.
Overmountain Recovery leadership
Brooke Graham, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP
AVP, Chief Operating Officer
Behavioral Health Service Line
Brooke Graham serves as the president of Overmountain Recovery and is the assistant vice president and chief operating officer for Ballad Health Behavioral Health.
Graham earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Health Administration from East Tennessee State University and her master’s degree in Business Administration from King University. She’s a Tri-Cities Business Journal “Forty Under 40” award winner, part of the Alumni of Leadership 2020 by the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce and a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Earlier in her career, she served in various positions with Ballad Health Human Resources – having spent 12 years in leadership providing operational oversight for all human resources functions for Johnson City Medical Center, Franklin Woods Community Hospital, Woodridge Hospital and Overmountain Recovery. She holds a Professional in Human Resources Certification, a Bronze Certification for Lean Principles with Simpler Business System and a Just Culture Workplace Accountability Certification with Outcome Engenuity. She’s also a Certified Professional with Society for Human Resources Management.
Graham is actively involved in various community service activities – including volunteering with Johnson City Parks and Recreation, Career Quest USA, Tennessee Healthcare Sector and has held various volunteer positions within Boones Creek Christian Church.
Mike Deitschmann, MBA, FACHE, CPA
Executive Director of Addiction Services at Ballad Health
Mike Deitschmann is the executive director of addiction services at Ballad Health. He oversees Overmountain Recovery and the Strong Futures family counseling and living center. He oversees the day-to-day operations at Overmountain Recovery and ensures the clinic follows all local, state and federal guidelines.
Deitschmann earned a bachelor of science degree from Middle Tennessee State University and a masters of business administration from Arizona State 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.
Overmountain Recovery providers
Anna Arroyo-Santiago, MD
Anna Arroyo-Santiago, MD, was
working as a provider when she saw
an opportunity to help serve the people
of the Appalachian Highlands by joining
Ballad Health Medical Associates
at Overmountain Recovery. Before
becoming a provider, she says growing
up in an underserved area showed her
the importance of medical care and
sparked an interest to pursue a career
in medicine. She
believes by listening she makes
a positive difference.
Mark Katras, PMHNP
Mark Katras, PMHNP, grew up in Johnson
City, Tennessee. He was taught the value
of serving and helping others by his parents,
who work in healthcare.
Now, a psychiatric mental health nurse
practitioner, Katras is honored
to use the values his parents instilled in him
to help those who need it most.
One of his main goals when working with
his patients and their families is to remove
the stigma that comes with seeking mental
Learn more about Overmountain Recovery’s treatment programs.