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On Thursday, representatives of the Helen Ross McNabb Center and state and local officials celebrated the new Cocke  County Center location. Taking part in the ribbon cutting were, from left, Carl Van Hoozier, HRM Board; Lynn Ramsey, Cocke County Partnership Director; James Finchum, Newport City Administrator; Sheriff Armando Fontes; Iliff McMahan, Northeast Tennessee Regional Director of TDEC; Mona Blanton-Kitts, HRMC Regional Clinical Vice President; Deana Ferguson, HRMC Director of Cocke County Services; Jerry Vagnier, HRMC President and CEO; Newport Alderman Mike Hansel; Newport Mayor Connie Ball; Chip Finn, Center Board of Directors; Newport Vice Mayor Mike Proffitt; State Rep. Jeremy Faison and Dr. Ken Johnson, Cocke County Board of Education

HRM celebrates updated Cocke County facility

Posted on July 22, 2016 at 11:45 am

On Thursday morning, officials with Helen Ross McNabb Center and local dignitaries celebrated the opening of HRM’s new facility in Cocke County. The new facility, which opened on July 5, doubles the capacity of the former center, allowing the agency to serve more individuals and families facing mental...
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