On Track TN: First Episode Psychosis Initiative

On Track TN is designed to provide early intervention services for youth and young adults ages 15 to 30 who have experienced first-episode psychosis.  This comprehensive intervention model is a team of mental health professionals and support services, focusing on helping people work toward recovery and meeting personal goals.  The program includes the following components:

  • Individual and Group Psychotherapy
  • Supported Employment and Education
  • Family Education and Support
  • Peer Support
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Care Coordination and Management

On Track TN services are available in select counties through the following providers:

West Tennessee

Middle Tennessee

East Tennessee

Benton, Carroll, Gibson, Henry, Lake, Obion, and Weakley Co.
Carey Counseling Center
Clark Burdette

Davidson County
Mental Health Cooperative
Kaylee Wilson

Anderson, Campbell, Morgan, Roane, and Scott Counties
Marcus Thompson

Shelby County
Alliance Healthcare Services
Kaelin Large

Montgomery County
Mental Health Cooperative
Jasmine Cunningham

Blount, Loudon, and Monroe Counties
McNabb Center
Katie Snyder Katie.Snyder@mcnabb.org


Rutherford County
Volunteer Behavioral Health
Shannon Wiley 

Hamilton County
McNabb Center
Anna Benko


Knox County
McNabb Center
Katie Goodrich

Clinical High Risk for Psychosis

The Clinical High Risk for Psychosis (CHR-P) program utilizes a stepped-care model to assist youth and young adults ages 12 to 25 who are at clinical risk for developing psychosis for the purpose of improving access, quality, and utilization of services and supports for youth, young adults, and their families.  The CHR-P service model includes the following components:

  • Care Coordination
  • Family Peer Support
  • Young Adult Peer Support
  • Supported Employment and Education Services
  • Medication Management
  • Therapy Services

Services in this program are limited to residents of Shelby County / Memphis and are provided by Alliance Healthcare Services.  Please contact: Kaelin Large (klarge@alliance-hs.org) for more information.

For More Information

If you have concerns or need services for yourself, a child, or family member, contact our Helpline:
Phone: 800-560-5767
Email: OCA.TDMHSAS@tn.gov
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (except for state holidays)

If you feel at any time that you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line toll-free 24 hours, 7 days a week at 1-855-274-7471.

To learn more about On Track TN, please contact:

Krystal Fortney
Director, Youth & Young Adult Initiatives