You’re Worth It

Please join us for a funny, moving and thought provoking look at life, with a focus on suicide prevention. Our goal – to help people of all walks of life know that life is worth fighting for! . Learn about suicide prevention in a relaxed atmosphere with actors who will make you laugh while you learn. Take it to heart, because someone in your life needs to hear the message, “You’re worth it.”

November 10, 2019 production will be held at Faith Promise Church North Knox Campus, 5830 Haynes-Sterchi Road, Knoxville Tennessee 37912.  Here is the Worth It Facebook link

Polk County TN Expungement Clinic scheduled for November 23, 2019

Vet to Vet Tennessee is honored to partner in another free expungement clinic in rural East TN with Professor Joy Radice and UT College of Law. Thanks to a grant to UT College of Law from the TN Bar Association, 2 rural expungement clinics will take place in rural eastern TN. On November 23, 2019 the fall semester clinic will take place in Polk County and second clinic (location not yet selected) in the spring 2020. Click here to read learn more. You must pre-register by November 8, 2019. Please contact us if you are interested in supporting the November event. 865-336-2624.

Monroe County Army Veteran Graduates from Veterans Court

Army Veteran Daltyn Grettler graduated from Monroe County Veterans Court (MCVC) after one year of dedicated hard work and treatment from Helen Ross McNabb Military Services Center Clinical Therapist Lisa Wilkerson.

MCVC Judge Dwaine Thomas presided over the celebration and thank Daltyn and his family for there service and sacrifice. Robert Brooks, Daltyn’s MCVC mentor, read the recommendation from Lisa Wilkerson and presented Daltyn with VTVT'”Each One, Reach One, One” challenge coin. Bob Hatley presented Daltyn with the MCVC completion certificate.

According to Daltyn and his wife “their lives had dramatically improved” and thanked all of the MCVC team members for their prayers, support and care. Click here to view the graduation photos.