Tennessee Voices for Children Achieves Three-Year CARF Accreditation

In its mission to improve the lives of children and families facing mental health challenges, Tennessee Voices for Children has achieved Three-Year Accreditation from the International Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for its Intensive Family-Based Services with exemplary conformance in peer support. “I am delighted that we have achieved … Read More

Our Move: FAQs

1.  Where is your new building? Our new home is located at 500 Professional Park Drive, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. 2.  Will your phone number remain the same? Yes.  We can still be reached at 1.800.670.9882 or 615.269.7751. 3.  Why are you moving? We loved our home in Berry Hill, but … Read More

We have exciting news to share!

The new year almost always ushers in change. And, this most definitely holds true for Tennessee Voices for Children in 2017. Ten days into the new year, we finalized a big and exciting change for the organization. We are thrilled to share with you that this week we closed on … Read More

Feelings Fuel Behaviors

Over the past few months, I have had the opportunity to train professionals across Tennessee, who work with children and families, to use Kimochis®. Kimochis® is a social, emotional learning tool that helps children and families communicate and talk about their feelings and behaviors. So, I am sitting in a training … Read More

It’s Re-enrollment Time!

It’s Re-enrollment Time! Kroger is updating its Community Rewards Program for the 2016 season. If you are currently participating in the program, you must re-enroll to continue supporting Tennessee Voices for Children. It’s a very simple process – see the instructions below. The Community Rewards Program has been a wonderful … Read More

What happens after…

Throughout my short career in mental health, I have come across so many stories like the one below* – stories of youth who have suffered from intense feelings. The details of the stories change, but the overall theme is the same. These youth do not know how to deal with … Read More

The Networker Newsletter 2016

  Quarter 1, 2016 – TVC remembers longtime supporter and advocate, Dr. Lorraine Williams Greene and takes a look back at Children’s Advocacy Days and Behavioral Health Day on Capitol Hill and look ahead toward the Big Payback and Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week.   Resources: The Networker Newsletter 2016- Quarter 1

The Networker Newsletter 2015

Quarter 1- TVC Leadership-Past and Present, Children’s Advocacy Days, Behavioral Health Day on the Hill, The Big Payback, TVC Launches New Website, and Upcoming State of the Child Conference. Quarter 2- TVC partners with PCAT in April for Child abuse Prevention Month, Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, Youth M.O.V.E. in the … Read More