Patricia Williams – Director
Ms. William joined the Fourth Judicial District Drug Recovery Court in 2009 as Coordinator/Director. She comes to us with 22 years prior experience as a Community Corrections Officer for the Fourth Judicial District. Ms. Williams’ prior experience includes Medical Office Manager Auditor for an inventory company, Assistant to Dean of Technologies at Walters State Community College, and House Manager at Tennessee Technological University.
Ms. Williams is certified to conduct the SASSI and LSCMI for assessment purposes. She is also certified to teach MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy) and “Prime for Life” classes for DUI offenders. She is a member of the Tennessee Association of Drug Court Programs (TADCP) and the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) and currently serves as the East Tennessee Region Board Member for the TADCP.
Additionally, Ms. Williams serves as Director for the 4th Judicial District Recovery Services, Inc. Ms. Patricia Williams is a 1982 graduate of Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, Tennessee with a B.S. in Management.
Patricia Williams was raised as the daughter of a career Army father and has a working knowledge of the lives led by veterans and their families.
Thomas Hollowell – Case Manager
Mr. Thomas Hollowell joined the Fourth Judicial District Recovery Court in May, 2013, as a Case Manager. He is a 1992 graduate of Maryville High School and a former graduate of the Blount County Drug Court Program. Mr. Hollowell was previously employed by STEPS House, Inc., as a Counselor / House Manager.
Thomas is actively working to complete his LADAC, and is an active member and officer of ETAADAC, Tennessee Association of Drug Court Professionals (TADCP), and National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP). He is currently certified to provide “Prime for Life” to DUI offenders.