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About Us

The Keith Dixon Foundation was founded in honor of Keith Dixon, who was a son, a brother, and a dear friend to many from the Middle Tennessee community.

Keith passed away on March 13th, 2014 from a substance-related overdose.

We were inspired to honor his memory and the memory of all the other Tennesseans who have lost their battle with addiction by helping to provide all recovery support services necessary to heal from addiction.

Keith Dixon Foundation

Our Story

After years of wanting to find a way to honor Keith's memory, Lisa Woodard and Logan Terry sat down at a Texas Roadhouse and discussed the possible ways of doing that while also helping those still struggling with addiction in the state of a Tennessee. Lisa decided that she wanted a have a non-profit dedicated to Keith's memory that raised money to provide scholarships to high-quality recovery homes for Tennesseans struggling with addiction.

Lisa nor Logan knew the first thing about starting or operating a non-profit organization.  Naturally, Logan asked some of his childhood friends.  Kat, Cameron, and Lindsey also grew up with Keith and without hesitation agreed to be a part of this, even though they knew absolutely nothing about operating a non-profit either. Kim Granier, who, just like Lisa, had lost her son to a substance-related overdose, also joined.  As did Logan's mother Cynthia Terry.


In May of 2021, they registered the Keith Dixon Foundation, Inc. as a non-profit organization with the State of Tennessee.
Since that day, we have been able to provide over 40 scholarships to recovery programs, connected countless others to treatment providers, helped people in recovery receive individual therapy sessions, hosted multiple retreats for people in early recovery and have granted financial assistance to several indigent recovery programs throughout the state.

In April of 2024, The Keith Dixon Foundation decided to merge with Old Hickory Recovery, a recovery housing organization, to provide high-quality recovery housing and wrap-around recovery support services to men in recovery.
We now operate 3 recovery homes for men in Middle Tennessee and continue to provide financial assistance to indigent programs in Tennessee.

Meet The Team

Board of Directors

Advisory Board

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