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Helen Ross McNabb Foundation’s “Evening of Hope” set for August 20

Doyle Wallace will be honored at the 2019 Evening of Hope on Thursday, August 20 at The Country Club in Morristown. Presented by Jefferson Federal Charitable Foundation, the event will benefit Helen Ross McNabb Center programming and services in Hamblen County.

“The Jefferson Federal Charitable Foundation has been and continues to be a financial supporter of Helen Ross McNabb Center, successor to New Hope, and its mission in the Lakeway Region” said Andy Smith, Financial Services Trusted Advisor, “It very fitting that Doyle Wallace is being honored for not only his support of Helen Ross McNabb Center, but for numerous charitable endeavors in our area.”

Wallace, president of Wallace Hardware Company, is an active member of Helen Ross McNabb Center’s Hamblen County Advisory Committee and a longtime advocate and supporter of the Center.

“Doyle Wallace is an incredible supporter of our mission; improving the lives of the people we serve,” said Sharon Reid, Helen Ross McNabb Center Director of Hamblen County Services. “His advocacy and spirit enable us to serve those individuals with the greatest need and fewest resources.”

Helen Ross McNabb Center’s clinic in Morristown offers numerous services including mental health care for children, families and adults; intensive outpatient addiction treatment for adults and adolescents; pre-arrest diversion programming, including a newly developed jail to work program and Crisis Intervention Team training; recovery housing and the Youth Emergency Shelter.

For ticket information or to purchase a table, please contact Beth Farrow at 865-329-9030 or

The Helen Ross McNabb Center is a premier not‐for‐profit provider of behavioral health services in East Tennessee. Since 1948, the Center has provided quality and compassionate care to children, adults and families experiencing mental illness, addiction and social challenges.

For more information on the Helen Ross McNabb Center, you may visit

Published August 12, 2019

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