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Counseling can benefit your life in a practical and profound way. To assist you in leading a successful future, TN Voices offers a variety of counseling services.

Celebrating Our New and Previous Board President

TN Voices is excited to announce its new incoming Board President Brian Shulman. Shulman is a native of Nashville, graduating from Franklin Road Academy in 1984. He is an active member of TN Voices’ Board of Directors, and strongly believes what makes Tennessee great is its people. In order to prevent long term ramifications, Brian has made it a priority to ensure the mental health needs of our communities are supported.

As Shulman assumes the role of Board President, Former President Patrick Sims will transition to the Executive Board Committee. TN Voices thanks Sims for his service and dedication in his role as President for the past two and a half years. Without his support and willingness to take on additional responsibilities, TN Voices would not be the organization it has grown to be.

Above photo: Brian Shulman

Below photo: Patrick Sims



Green Ribbon Gala

SAVE THE DATE for our Green Ribbon Gala, November 13, 2021!

TN Voices is in the process of planning the 2021 Green Ribbon Gala! If you would like more information about sponsorship opportunities, tickets, or participating on the planning committee, please contact Michelle Thomas, Chief Development Officer, at

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Statewide and national source of referral, support, and advocacy for families and the systems that serve them

TNV has reached more than 50,000 parents / caregivers, family members, and professionals

Our Vision

Building hope for all generations

Our Mission

The collaborative leader guiding mental health transformation

Our Programs

Covering a spectrum of services, some programs cater to certain age groups, disabilities, other circumstances, and even ZIP code.

The Family Connection Program

The Family Connection Program offers weekly in-home family support from a certified Family Support Specialist (FSP.) The FSP provides, weekly face-to face support and advocacy in the home, models how to build collaborative relationships with providers and assists in navigating systems. The FSP also assists in care coordination, connecting families with necessary services and facilitating the development of the Child and Family Team.

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Statewide and national source of referral, support, and advocacy for families and the systems that serve them

Tennessee Voices for Children offers a variety of trainings designed for parents, caregivers, educators and mental health professionals.
Common Sense Parenting
Parent 2 Parent Advocacy Training
Family Support Specialist Competency Cource
Nurturing Parenting
Strengthening Families