Lyn Noland, LADAC II, NCAC I
Lyn Noland is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor and the Executive Director of Recovery Community, Inc. She also is a member of the Davidson County Division X Recovery Court Treatment Team, a member of the Tennessee Association of Recovery Court Professionals, the National and Tennessee Association of Alcohol and Drub Abuse Counselors, and has served as a spokesperson for Governor Phil Bredesen's Meth Free Tennessee Initiative.
Lyn opened Recovery Community in 2007. She takes a special interest in her clients, providing Housing, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Case Management, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling, Relapse Prevention and Wrap Around Services to make sure all of their needs are met. She makes sure that Recovery Community is a comprehensive place of healing for the whole person.
She has shared her personal story of recovery across the nation to Recovery Courts, Law Enforcement Groups, Churches and Community Organizations, but says her favorite place to speak is in the jails, prisons and treatment centers where one person may hear the hope they need to stay clean. She has been featured in the Tennessean, Vanderbilt Medical Magazine, and in President George W. Bush's Final Report from the White House to The Armies of Compassion.
Lyn lives in Madison with her two sons, Steven and Sawyer. Her daughter Shelby has blessed her with two grandchildren, Chancellor & Zoey. She loves spending time with them and cherishes the fact that today she can be a clean and sober parent and grandparent and be involved in every part of their lives. She is proof that there is hope after addiction.