Resources & Information

An online search directory of mental health resources within 25 miles of Metro Nashville. Most resources have affordability options, such as sliding fee scales. Some are part of the Behavioral Health Safety Net. The resource finder was developedby the Safety Net Consortium of Middle Tennessee. Contact each clinic for details and availability. To access the Clinic Finder please CLICK HERE.

Provider of direct services for persons with mental illness including children. Provider of intensive in-home services for children meeting qualifications. Also, host of several peer support drop-in centers across the state.
615-460-4357

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Advocating for the rights to equal opportunities for people with disabilities. Generally take on class action or broad implication rather than individual law advocacy.
615-289-1080

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Primary Davidson County Alzheimers Resources.

615-269-5355

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Major provider of mental health and co-occurring services, TennCare Provider, Crisis Stabilization Unit, Chidren’s Crisis Services, Case Management and Crisis Respite. Contract service provider of Davidson County Jail Behavioral Services.
615-726-3340

Provides psycho-social rehab for persons with mental illness, a drop-in center and also a good resource for housing information and has a transitional residential unit for young women with co-occurring disorders.
615-242-3576

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Excellent resource for abundance of information related to mental health and co-occurring disorders recovery.

615-741-7693

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An alliance of advocates and providers for persons with a broad spectrum of disabilities. Excellent resource for public policy and required accomodations and as a starting place for information on applying for disability payments.

615-383-9442

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Provider of classes on mental health recovery and active legislative advocacy. Host of several peer support drop-in centers across the state. BRIDGES and WRAP classes.

616-250-1176

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Excellent resource for information and advocacy on the Affordable Care Act and resources for the uninsured.

615-227-7500

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Work on public policy and law advocacy to make sure people have equal access to healthcare and other services.

615-255-0331

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Hosts the Redline 24 hour information line on alcohol and drug (co-occurring) treatment resources and acts as a clearing house for federal information publications.
615-780-5901

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Host of the state Suicide Prevention hotline. Also offers support to persons who have attempted to complete suicide and to family members of persons who have completed suicide. Offers QPR, a layman’s training for suicide intervention.

615-297-1077

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Excellent resource for children’s mental health information and advocacy for children with mental health information and advocacy for children with mental health issues.

615-269-7751

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Alternative Resource for Veteran’s information and a great advocate within the system, especially for soldiers wary of the VA.

615-366-1220

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NAMI Davidson County offers these resources for information only. It is up to the person(s) utilizing this information to inquire as to requirements for service usage.

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