Community Sports Programs

Softball & Baseball 
Major League Baseball® Pitch Hit & Run and Jr. Home Run Derby

Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run (PHR) events provide boys and girls an opportunity to showcase their baseball and softball skills, with the opportunity of earning a chance to attend and compete for a Championship during the 2023 MLB World Series!

Game Day Drug Take Back

Bring your expired and unused medications for proper disposal. CCDP will have medication lockboxes and Narcan available upon request.

River Riders Partnership (Look for our banner at the games!)


In 1996, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids held the first “Kick Butts Day,” a day of action for young people to speak out against the tobacco industry and advocate for policies to reduce youth smoking. This event continued annually, with thousands of young people and groups participating every year. In addition to Kick Butts Day, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ youth advocacy program expanded, providing training and advocacy opportunities for young people year-round.
Over the ensuing years, the U.S. indeed ‘Kicked Butts’ and youth smoking dropped dramatically — but a new range of addictive and dangerous tobacco products like e-cigarettes emerged, threatening this remarkable progress. In 2019, Kick Butts Day rebranded to Take Down Tobacco National Day of Action — a reflection of both how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go to achieve the first tobacco-free generation.

Join us each April for our Annual Kickball Tournament!

Flag Football

The Flag Football Tournament raises money to provide Christmas gifts for the children of people in treatment for substance use disorder in Northeast Tennessee. Every dollar raised will go toward this project.

Join us each year in November for our Flag Football Tournament!

Wiffle Ball with Appalachian Banner Academy

Appalachian Banner Academy is a school for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We see behaviors as communications and efforts to connect, instead of an inconvenience.

Join us each September to support Appalachian Banner in the annual Wiffle Ball Tournament!


Many people come into sober living houses starting over in life. This means they could be coming from treatment facilities, incarceration, or homelessness. Paying moving fees and rent, buying groceries and paying for basic needs can be overwhelming and sometimes impossible. The goal of this Basketball Fundraiser is to raise money to help those coming into treatment to get back on their feet in recovery. 

Join us in May for a 3 vs 3 Basketball Tournament!


Homeschool Field Day

We have a strong community of homeschool families that partner with Carter County Drug Prevention. Each year in May, we host our annual Homeschool Field Day at Elizabethton Parks & Rec.
All field day events will be held on the tee ball fields at Elizabethton Parks & Recreation (300 W Mill Street). 


This event is free and sponsored by Carter County Drug Prevention’s Youth Leadership group. Concessions will be sold with proceeds going to that program. Please plan to eat to support events like this in the future! 


Cyclone Baseball

State Line Rage

Recovery Resources Softball

TEACH Athletics

210 South Hills DrElizabethton, TN 37643

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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