Tennessee Valley Recovery Staff

Tennessee Valley Recovery’s multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals is committed to the success of our client’s long-term recovery. We offer individualized addiction and mental health treatment in order to meet the unique needs of each individual that walks through our doors. The evidence-based interventions and holistic treatment options used in our continuum of care treat addiction at its source — assuring unfaltering support and sustainable sobriety.

Robert Lewis

Founder & CEO

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Robert Lewis

Founder & CEO

Bobby is a person in long term recovery who has dedicated his life to helping others. Bobby came from a family of addicts and alcoholics so he seen addiction from all angles. Bobby believes in treating the whole person’s mind, body, and soul which is Tennessee Valley Recovery incorporates multiple modalities of treatment.

Tennessee Valley’s fearless leader Robert is on a mission to help people achieve sobriety and long-lasting recovery through whole-body healing.


Jesse Stone

Vice President

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Jesse Stone

Vice President

Jesse Stone, born in New Jersey, is a person in long term recovery. Since getting clean in 2014, Jesse has dedicated his adult life to educating those suffering with substance abuse and mental health conditions. With over 7 years of experience working in the field, Jesse serves as the Chief Operating Officer for Tennessee Valley Recovery located in Knoxville.

Jesse has dedicated his adult life to educating and assisting those in the throes of substance abuse and mental illness. 


Dr. Amanda Simms

Clinical Director

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Dr. Amanda Simms

Clinical Director

Dr. Amanda Simms has over a decade of experience providing counseling for a variety of issues. Amanda takes a CBT approach primarily but is skilled in using a variety of techniques. Amanda has worked with specialized populations including LGBTQIA+ communities, justice-involved persons, and those struggling with addiction issues.

Dr. Amanda Simms has over a decade of experience providing counseling for a variety of issues.


Dr. Ana Lisa Carr, MD

Medical Director

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Dr. Ana Lisa Carr

MD

Medical Director

Dr. Ana Lisa Carr, MD, MBA is a board-certified physician with extensive experience treating patients in a number of clinical settings, including addiction management, private practice, emergency medicine, and occupational health. Throughout her career, Dr. Carr has been a fierce advocate for her patients, diligently working to ensure that they receive the care that they need in a complex healthcare system. With over a decade working in the addiction space, Dr. Carr understands the unique needs of the community and applies her knowledge and expertise to treating the whole person — body and mind.

Dr. Carr has spent over a decade helping people struggling with substance abuse find hope and health in recovery. She is a passionate and dedicated advocate for her patients.


Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Knoxville, TN

Seeking addiction help is courageous. Let us get you through this life-changing process as smoothly as possible. Our empathetic staff pours all of our energy into our clients, so you can get the effective treatment you deserve. Whether it’s for cocaine, Xanax, heroin, or alcohol addiction, it’s time to get clean and start healing. Contact us today to make the first step toward recovery.

A New Day Begins with Tennessee Valley Recovery

It is time to put your health and wellbeing first. Call us right now to learn more about how we can help you put a stop to your active addiction and begin living a life of recovery.

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