Low Income Safety Net & Counseling Resources
Please check with providers before going to outpatient counseling services. As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, many counselors and tehrapists are offering telehealth calls, or other forms of “SAFE” alternative forms of counseling.
Tennessee Behavioral Health Safety Net: The State of Tennessee establised the Safety Net to help people with mental health issues and/or substance use issues. As a result, people can reach out for help despite a lack of income, insurance, or coverage. Click on the link to see if you, or a loved one, qualifies for the services. If they do, they may receive benefits from one of the state’s Managed Care Organizations (MCO), Blue Care, United Healthcare, and Amerigroup Community Plan, through TennCare. Mental Health services covered by TennCare in Middle Tennessee are most commonly covered by:
There are also counseling resources in the Greater Nashville Area on a sliding fee scale. Click on the following agency links for more information:
El “Family & Children’s Service” (FCS) sirve a las personas que están pasando por una crisis u transiciones en su vida. (FCS) siempre busca comprender sus necesidades para conectar las personas a los recursos que necesitan.
Counseling Resources for the LGBTQ Community:
CLICK HERE for TEP’S Counseling Unconditionally Resource Map
Counseling for newly diagnosed in the Autism Community:
Please note the resources here are not definitive. There are, or maybe, additional counseling resources availble. NAMI Davidson Co. offers these for informational purposes only. Posting of any resource above does not constitute an endorsement.