The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.
Phone: (615) 327-9400 | Since 1968, we have been providing high-quality affordable care for underinsured and uninsured Middle Tennesseans. Our approach is “comprehensive”, so we focus on providing preventive and primary healthcare for the whole person and the whole family in one place.
Phone: (615) 591-5262 | The Refuge Center exists to offer excellent, accessible, and affordable mental and emotional healthcare services in support of a transformational impact on communities.
Phone: (615) 756-4898 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | At the Center of Hope for Behavioral Health, we are dedicated to helping individuals who are struggling with emotional, psychological, personal, or family issues. We believe in taking a personalized approach to care, getting to know each individual, and providing customized, whole-person support and treatment plans aimed at helping you heal.
Phone: (615) 320-5152 | en Español, (615) 269-6900 | Email: email@example.com | Welcome to Casa Azafrán! Conveniently located near downtown Nashville, Casa Azafrán stands at the gateway to Nashville’s most international and socially diverse district. Casa Azafrán is both a beautiful event space and home to a collective of nonprofits who offer services in education, legal, health care and the arts to immigrants, refugees and the community as a whole.
24/7 Crisis Line: (615) 244-7444 | Family & Children’s Service provides a variety of counseling services for individuals and families at no cost for a range of issues from depression, domestic violence, substance abuse, suicide prevention and much more.
Phone: (615) 726-3340 | Mental Health Cooperative is a story of hope, where science and a belief in human potential come together to form a very special place. We are passionate about supporting adults with serious mental illnesses and children struggling with emotional/behavioral challenges using unique and innovative approaches.
Phone: (800) 670-9882 or (615) 269-7751 | Tennessee Voices for Children provides leadership, support, and services that promote voice, hope, and empowerment for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, youth, and their families. The organization was formally organized in 1990 by Tipper Gore as a statewide coalition that worked together to promote children’s health and education services. Since its founding, Tennessee Voices for Children has progressed to become a statewide and national source of referral, support, and advocacy for families and the systems that serve them. We provide advocacy, training, family support, referral, prevention, early intervention, and in home services.
Phone: (615) 882-4196 | Our mission is to make getting mental health care the norm. And while we know that going to therapy and being vulnerable with someone you just met can seem scary, we do everything we can to make each session as comfortable and fun as possible. We aim to walk along this journey with you and provide you with a safe place to talk, decompress, and heal.
(615) 268-3344 | $25-$65/session for masters level therapists - At Nashville Center for Trauma and Psychotherapy, we’re ready, too. We help people restructure their lives and their thoughts so they can live better. Sounds pretty good, right?
Phone: (615) 966-5300 | Lipscomb Family Therapy Center provides Marriage and Family Therapy. Its therapists work from a relationship-centered perspective to diagnose and treat depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and many other mental health problems while also addressing relationship concerns including couple conflict and parent-child issues. Clients who choose to pay for services using our sliding fee scale will pay anywhere between $10 and $50 for each 53-55 minute session depending on their annual income.
Phone: (615) 625-9390 | The Primary Care and Hope Clinic serves as a medical home for uninsured and underserved patients in Middle Tennessee, regardless of their ability to pay. Through the consistent delivery of preventative, acute, chronic and behavioral health services, the clinic ensures that patients receive the care they need to get healthy and stay healthy. The Primary Care & Hope Clinic uses an integrated behavioral health model that teams behavioral health providers with a medical provider. Private, in-house behavioral health therapy for adults, adolescents, and children is available with licensed counselors and Mental Health Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners. The health center accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay. A sliding-fee scale discount is offered to all eligible patients, based on annual household size and income.
Phone: (615) 790-5900 | The mission and purpose of Davis House is to combat child abuse by coordinating services to children and families in crisis and providing community education focused on prevention and early intervention. The Counseling Program provides mental health treatment to children suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) symptoms following sexual and severe physical abuse. Severity of symptoms and best method of counseling are determined by pre-testing with age appropriate tools. Davis House employs therapists trained in both Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Play Therapy. One of the therapists will conduct the initial assessment, create a treatment plan and meet with the child (and family when necessary) for counseling sessions. - Free
Phone: (615) 726-0125 | A mental health crisis can be extremely frightening and difficult for family and friends to understand. Mental Health Cooperative's emergency teams are trained to immediately respond and resolve a crisis. Emergency psychiatric services can be accessed immediately by calling 615.726.0125. The line is operated 24/7 and is free.
24/7 crisis line: 855 CRISIS-1 (855.274.7471) | The Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line, available 24 hours a day/365 days a year, is a resource for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis. All calls are routed to a trained crisis counselor in the area, who will provide support and guidance, and work to connect callers with appropriate community supports.
Phone: (615) 463-6600 | Centerstone provides mental health and substance use disorder treatment, education and support. Centerstone helps children, adolescents, adults, seniors and their families who suffer from a myriad of behavioral health challenges. A multitude of programs are designed to address the wide-range of emotional, behavioral, psychological and addiction issues that affect the individuals in our care. Centerstone's Military Services provides care for service members, veterans and family members. Centerstone exists to help individuals from all walks of life in need. This practice serves all patients regardless of inability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered depending upon family size and income.
Phone: (615) 227-3000 | Neighborhood Health is committed to providing convenient, affordable, comprehensive and high quality primary health care in Middle Tennessee. Neighborhood Health has professional counseling staff that can assist patients if they are suffering from depression, anxiety or any stressors in life. They can also help with drug or alcohol concerns, and can give referrals if patients need long-term care or residential services. The staff at Neighborhood Health has experience and commitment to working with all patients, including those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. The staff creates a comfortable and inclusive space and provides care in a personalized, supportive way. Insurance accepted, discount available for uninsured
Phone: (615) 327-7000 | Vanderbilt Behavioral Health offers highly specialized and personalized care for children, teens and adults through a range of outpatient and inpatient services. Therapists understand that every person is different, so they offer personalized care for someone's specific needs. Adult treatment programs can help with mood disorders, addictions, psychotic disorders, and more. Adolescent services are also provided. Financial assistance on case by case basis. Insurance accepted
Phone: (615) 327-6495 | The School of Medicine of Meharry Medical College offers services to meet the mental health needs of underserved and disadvantaged populations, and trains mental health care professionals to render and conduct research that addresses mental health and psychiatric services. The clinics, substance abuse, and rehabilitation programs at Elam Center provide an excellent service to patients and family. The result is a cooperative relationship with the community that is fostered and maintained. Insurance accepted including Medicare and Medicaid, financial assistance for uninsured patients