Support for Families
Mental Health Crisis Services are available for children and youth across the state. Click to find the 24/7 crisis line.
When you’re having trouble getting mental health or substance use services, calling the Helpline offers you and your family access to an advocate who will listen to your concerns and provide information about available resources in your area.
Peer Recovery Services
Peer Recovery Services are services provided by trained peers who have lived experience of mental illness and/or substance use disorder.
Housing & Homeless Services
Find housing and homeless services to assist veterans, young adults, children, and others experiencing homelessness within our state.
RIP Regional Intervention Program
The Regional Intervention Program (RIP) is a parent-implemented, professionally-supported program for young children and their families who are experiencing challenging behaviors.
Statewide Family Support Network
The Statewide Family Support Network is a program that supports caregivers of children with Serious Emotional Disturbance across the state of Tennessee.
Patients & Families
Find information for each of Tennessee's four mental health institutes.
Kidcentraltn.com is an easy way for families to find information and to connect with resources relating to health, education, development, and support.
Respite is a break from the constant care of a family member with an illness or disability. Stress from constant care can affect caregivers’ health and functioning and potentially harm the family unit.
Certified Family Support Specialist Program
For families with a child experiencing emotional, mental, or behavioral disturbances, the opportunity to get certified as a family support specialist can be very beneficial.
Forensic & Juvenile Court Services
The Office of Forensic & Juvenile Court Services provides oversight and has responsibility for the adult and juvenile forensic services.