Carter County Collaborative​



Carter County Collaborative is a comprehensive collaboration between organizations, people, and businesses for the purpose of creating a healthy Carter County. The CCC plans and executes public events, campaigns, and maintains a community needs assessment through separate committees. This collaborative meets every first Thursday of the month from 12-1:30pm and are open to the public.

Vision: Carter County Collaborative is a comprehensive collaboration among organizations, people, and businesses for the purpose of making Carter County the healthiest in Tennessee.

Mission: The Carter County Collaborative facilitates member meetings, public events and campaigns, and maintains a County Needs Assessment and County Health Improvement Plan.

Values: Collaboration, Awareness, Representation, Leadership, Compassion, Community

Carter County Collaborative Executive Committee 

Jilian Reece, Chair

Emily Brooks, Vice-Chair, Community Assessment Committee

Shana Johnson, Secretary


Tia Hughes, Chair, Substance Use & Mental Health Committee


Tyler Wright, Northeast Regional Health Council Coordinator

Carter County Collaborative Member Resources

Collaborative bylaws

2022-2023 Strategic Plan

2023-2024 Strategic Plan

For community data, visit: 

*Please note, this data is updated as often as possible, but other sources may have more recent information available. 

2022 Minutes

2023 Minutes

For information about becoming a member, click here

For more information, please contact our leadership team at

Carter County Collaborative Virtual Meeting Recordings:

January 2021
February 2021
March 2021
April 2021
May 2021
July 2021
August 2021
September 2021
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November 2021
January 2022
February 2022
May 2022
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August 2022
September 2022
October 2022
November 2022
December 2022
January 2023

February 2023
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August 2023
September 2023
October 2023

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Funding provided by grants from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, United Way of East TN Highlands, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Drug Free Communities Program, National Recreation and Parks Association and others.  

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