500 Professional Park Drive, Goodlettsville, TN, USA

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Tennessee Voices for Children

Tennessee Voices (TN Voices) is a non-profit organization of more than 100 social workers, peer support specialists, therapists, and care coordinators who are dedicated to providing advocacy, peer support, counseling services and trainings to children, teens, young adults, and adults in all 95 counties in Tennessee. Our vision is to build hope for all generations and our mission is to be the collaborative leader guiding mental health transformation. TN Voices speaks out as an active advocate for the emotional and behavioral well-being of Tennesseans by providing essential services, support, and advocating for policy change at the local, state, and federal level. We are passionate about helping and supporting fellow Tennesseans.

Expanding the Early Childhood Program

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) selected 10 agencies across the state to receive funding to expand mental health services for children and youth, including TN Voices. This funding has allowed TN Voices to expand our Early Childhood Program, which we believe is critical to establishing children on a path of wellbeing and success.

We seek to develop children’s healthy social emotional development across the state of Tennessee by providing support to early childhood educators and caregivers.

The goal of the Early Childhood Program is to support the adults in a child’s life to promote necessary social-emotional skills for children to develop a foundation for success in the early years and beyond! Pre-K students are expelled at rates three times higher than K-12 students, and preschool expulsion is linked to negative outcomes later in life. It is estimated that over 5000 pre-kindergarten children are expelled each year.

TN Voices believes all children can be kept in the classroom when caregivers and educators receive ample support so they can deliver high-quality supportive environments and nurturing relationships to children. With new funding from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, TN Voices is proudly expanding the Early Childhood Program to deliver more assistance to early childhood educators, and in turn ensure children feel nurtured and supported.

TN Voices Early Childhood Program is available statewide, including Nashville and Middle Tennessee. We would welcome the opportunity to work with your organization to create bright outcomes for Tennessee’s children. If you would like more information, please visit our program website (www.tnvoices.org/programs/early-childhood) or give us a call at 615-269-7751.

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