Mental Health Services

The TDMHSAS Division of Mental Health Services administers and supports a diverse array of services and supports for individuals of all ages living with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, or serious emotional disturbances.  We are responsible for community-based programs and community support services including housing, crisis services, suicide prevention, and peer-to-peer recovery services.  We promote resiliency, recovery, and independence in Tennesseans and families served through these key values:

•   Encouraging co-occurring competent and co-occurring friendly programs
•   Supporting culturally responsive and linguistically competent services
•   Upholding System of Care core values and principles
•   Preventing and mitigating the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
•   Promoting trauma informed approaches
•   Prioritizing evidence-based and/or evidence-informed services

Access the services offered by the Division of Mental Health Services by clicking the links below.