Tennessee Alliance For Drug Endangered Children

The vision of the Tennessee Alliance for Drug Endangered Children is that every child in Tennessee has the opportunity to experience a safe and healthy childhood free from the use of drugs and the effects of drug exposure.

The Mission

Increase training and ongoing educational opportunities regarding issues faced by drug-endangered children and their families.

The Tennessee Alliance for Drug Endangered Children approach is comprehensive, focusing on the formation of community-based partnerships to engage professionals from multiple disciplines in developing a collaborative approach to rescue, defend, shelter, and support children living in drug environments.

TADEC's goal is to implement a systematic change across Tennessee: a new, proactive approach for addressing the needs of our state's children to prevent exposure to human trafficking and the dangerous drug epidemic

The Approach

No single entity can effectively or efficiently address the drug-endangered children dilemma. Our goal is to collaboratively combine the expertise and resources of multiple professionals, agencies, and communities to improve interventions for children and their families.

  • By collaborating, we increase the likelihood of success for the good of children and families.
  • By collaborating, it will make you or your organization a part of the larger solution.
  • By collaborating, you will be connected to other professionals working on the same challenges.
  • By collaborating, it will help you advocate more effectively on behalf of children and families in the state of Tennessee.

Learn More

Online Training Available


You Can Help!

If you suspect a child is drug-endangered, contact 1-877-866-6384, or to report suspected child abuse and neglect, contact the Tennessee Department of Children's Services at 1-877-237-0004. In case of an emergency or life-threatening situation, call 911.

Drug Endangered Children Training Request

Tabatha Curtis
Statewide Coordinator
Tennessee Alliance For Drug Endangered Children
(901) 570-6430