Below is a list of resources useful to therapists and their clients. If have a resource you would like to add, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Abe’s Garden is an established model of residential, day, and community-based programs for those with Alzheimer’s disease.
Mobile Crisis Center
Telehealth assessment, Nashville and TN Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services
Our staff talks with individuals and works with community partners to identify the legal issues that impact the lives of low income people. We are able to provide some help to most people who need legal help.
Mental Health America of the MidSouth
Mental Health America of the MidSouth has over 7 decades of providing mental health education, advocacy, services, and referrals for Tennesseans. They provide free online screenings, workshops, school-based programs, Alzheimer’s and caregiver supports, suicide prevention, and more. Contact them at www.mhamidsouth.org or (615) 269-5355.
Mercy Community Healthcare
Mercy Community Healthcare (formerly Mercy Children’s Clinic) reflects the love of Jesus Christ by providing quality and compassionate healthcare to both the insured and uninsured in Williamson and surrounding counties – with a focus on Pediatrics, Adult Primary Care and Integrated Mental & Behavioral Health.
Youth Crisis Intervention
Sexual Abuse Center
Offers advocacy services to individuals affected by sexual violence, free of charge. Available to support, empower, and represent the rights of survivors of sexual assault.
TAADAS – TN Association of Drug and Addiction Services
REDLINE for connecting to treatment facilities; literature about addition and treatment
TN Council on Aging
TN Equality Project
LGBTQ rights, advocacy
TN Suicide Prevention Network
Training, links to variety of hotline services
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Vanderbilt Autism Resource Line
Vocational Rehabilitation helps people with disabilities enter, maintain, or return to employment.
YWCA focuses on women and girls who desire to create a better quality of life for themselves and/or their families, to achieve self-sufficiency, and to increase their financial strength. The YWCA will also be a spokesperson for those women who have no voice. Further, we will raise the awareness and diminish the incidence of violence and racism.