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  • Clarksville, new location, Professional Park

    MHC's new Clarksville location is open today. Visit us at 871 Professional Park Drive, Clarksville, Tennessee 37040. TennCare Welcome.

  • Hamilton County schools, Keith Nilsen, Mental Health Cooperative therapy,

    Students at several different Hamilton County Schools can now get therapy without leaving the building. Mental Health Cooperative partnered with 11 Hamilton County Schools, to provide therapy for kids and families in a school setting. Regional Supervisor for therapy, Keith Nilson, says this way they are able to help more kids.

  • Alex Shoemaker, March of Dimes, Nurse of the Year, Behavioral Health Nurse of the Year, Tennessee Nurse of the Year

    Congratulations to Alex Shoemaker for being honored as March of Dimes 2017 Behavioral Health Nurse of the Year.

  • nurse of the year, Tennessee Nurse of the Year, Alex Shoemaker, Jennifer Raleigh, Brittany Hornbuckle

    Three of MHC's nurses were nominated in March of Dimes 2017 Nurse of the Year awards. Pictured is MHC's Jennifer Raleigh, Brittany Hornbuckle, and Alex Shoemaker; all nominated for this year's behavioral health awards.

  • emergency room, Newschannel 5, mental health emergency room, police, response time, Metro police department, crisis center

    There's a mental health "ER" coming to Nashville. In order to stop pressure on police and supply a place for people in mental health crisis, Metro Health Department and Mental Health Cooperative announced plans to build a mental health “ER”. The $3 million facility will be a place police can drop off patients dealing with mental health issues for immediate treatment. Check out "What's New With Us" for a link to the Newschannel 5 story on this new facility.

  • Jennifer Raleigh, Nurse Manager, March of Dimes, Nurse of the Year, nursing

    Congratulations to Nurse Manager Jennifer Raleigh on being a nominee in the Nurse of the Year Award sponsored by the March of Dimes of Middle Tennessee. The Nurse of the Year awards recognize excellence in nursing and pay tribute to the tireless efforts of nurses to provide quality patient care. For more on Jennifer's story, click on the link here: http://bit.ly/2yLHYdw

  • Evelyn Yeargin, NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Well Within Awards, President

    MHC's Evelyn Yeargin takes the stage as President of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - Davidson County during the Well Within Awards.

  • NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Pam Womack, CEO, Well Within Awards

    MHC's CEO Pam Womack supports recognized staff at the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - Davidson County "Well Within" Awards.

  • Child and Youth Development Center, Chattanooga, Kara Coleman

    Fall back into Health event at the Child and Youth Development Center in Chattanooga

  • case management, case management appreciation week, care managers, care management

    This week is an opportunity to recognize the dedication, compassion and quality patient care outcomes achieved by case managers across the health care continuum. Here at MHC, we like to refer to our case managers as CARE managers; they are exceptional people who deliver exceptional care. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2g1vPXI

  • With Hope in Mind Award, National Alliance on Mental Illness Davidson County, Adam Graham, Michael Randolph, children and families, NAMI, award,

    MHC's Adam Graham and Michael Randolph were recognized by the National Alliance on Mental Illness Davidson County “With Hope in Mind Award" for community service with NAMI in the area of children and families.

  • Trish Sanders, Musheda Haji, Rebecca Selove, Cheatham County, Community Enhancement Coalition

    MHC Supports the Cheatham County Community Enhancement Coalition. Pictured here: Trish Sanders, Musheda Haji, and Rebecca Selove.

  • evan leonard, dental day, SHINE

    A smile changes everything. With the help of Mental Health Cooperative and Interfaith Dental Clinic, Evan Leonard received a new set of dentures. It's part of the SHINE initiative, to provide free dental services to the uninsured in need of help. To date, over a million Tennesseans are without dental insurance, more than one-third of the population older than 65 have lost all of their teeth. Tennessee is also one of six states that includes no dental coverage for Medicaid enrollees 21 or older. For more of Evan's testimony, check out his story here: http://bit.ly/2xkJ2Ga

  • Bradley, Polk, Walk in, medical center, referral,

    MHC is excited to partner With Bradley-Polk Walk-In & Medical Center in Ocoee, Tennessee beginning Wednesday, October 11th. James Lewicki, LMFT will be providing evidence based psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults on site. To make a referral or for additional information call (423) 697-5953.

  • zero suicide, suicide awareness, award, zero suicide initiative, adam graham, scott ridgeway, Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, Anne Young, TSPN Advisory Council Chair, Misty Leitsch, Tennessee Zero Suicide Initiative Coordinator, Morenike Murphy, Director of Crisis Services, Tennessee Department of Mental Health, Emergency Psychiatric Diversion Services, Jacob Henry, Emergency Psychiatric Diversion Services, Hon. Jim Henry, Deputy Governor of Tennessee, Marie Williams, Tennessee Department of Mental Health, Jameson K. Norton, Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital

    MHC was presented with a Zero Suicide Initiative award for implementing as an agency all 7 domains of the Zero Suicide Initiative. Pictured here from left to right: Scott Ridgeway, Executive Director of the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network; Anne Young, TSPN Advisory Council Chair; Misty Leitsch, Tennessee Zero Suicide Initiative Coordinator; Morenike Murphy, Director of Crisis Services, Tennessee Department of Mental Health; Adam Graham, Program Manager of MHC’s Emergency Psychiatric Diversion Services; Jacob Henry, Supervisor of MHC’s Emergency Psychiatric Diversion Services; Hon. Jim Henry, Deputy Governor of Tennessee; Marie Williams, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Mental Health; Jameson K. Norton, CEO of Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics

  • Newschannel 5, nashville news, standoff, swat teams, michael randolph, negotiations

    MHC’s Crisis Supervisor, Michael Randolph, LPC/MHSP assisted Metro Police in standoff negotiations in Bellevue this past weekend resulting in a successful and peaceful outcome. Check out the story here; http://bit.ly/2xv4ffk

  • Clarksville, new location, moving, we're moving, Clarksville new location,

    The concrete has been poured and walls are going up; MHC Clarksville is moving to a new location. Opening October 30, the MHC's Clarksville clinic will open it's new doors at 871 Professional Park Drive.

  • Adam Graham, Secret Service, education, psychosis education, crisis, understanding crisis

    In an effort to help equip the United States Secret Service with a better understanding of mental illness, MHC’s Adam Graham, LPC-MHSP, Program Manager of Emergency Psychiatric Diversion Services, led a workshop in Nashville on “Understanding Psychosis”. The goal was to help agents conducting investigations not only understand, but to effectively interact with people who suffer with psychotic symptoms.

  • Michael Randolph, crisis, understanding a crisis, secret service, psychosis education, education, mental health education,

    In an effort to help equip the United States Secret Service with a better understanding of mental illness, MHC’s Crisis Supervisor Michael Randolph, LPC-MHSP, led a workshop in Nashville on “Understanding Psychosis”. The goal was to help agents conducting investigations not only understand, but to effectively interact with people who suffer with psychotic symptoms.

  • Youth Summit, Chattanooga, Hamilton County Department of Education, Keith Nilsen, suicide, self-harm, crisis intervention, adolescent suicide,

    Keith Nilsen, MS, LPC-MHSP, MHC's Regional Supervisor of Therapy & Assessment in Chattanooga, provided training to school counselors and administrators within the Hamilton County Department of Education at the Youth Summit. The training, “Grounding Skills for Crisis Intervention,” was an interactive presentation designed to help professionals teach young people how to manage strong emotions to avoid self-harm and suicidal behavior.

  • SOCAT, Baltimore, National Wraparound Implementation Academy

    MHC SOCAT team goes to the National Wraparound Implementation Academy in Baltimore.

  • Kim Batson, Kate Habegger, 24 years, 24th anniversary, Sounds

    Care Management Program Manager Kim Batson and IHC Program Manager Kate Habegger celebrate MHC's 24th anniversary at the Nashville Sounds baseball game.

  • Sounds, MHC employees, Mental Health Cooperative employees, baseball game, 24 years, 24th anniversary

    MHC employees celebrate the organization's 24th anniversary at Nashville's Sounds baseball game.

  • Sounds, MHC employees, Mental Health Cooperative employees, baseball game, 24 years, 24th anniversary

    MHC employees celebrate the organization's 24th anniversary at Nashville's Sounds baseball game.

  • Clay Harris, Sounds, 24th anniversary

    Supervisor of Therapy Clay Harris and his family celebrate MHC's 24th anniversary at the Nashville Sounds baseball game.

  • Sounds, MHC employees, Mental Health Cooperative employees, baseball game, 24 years, 24th anniversary

    MHC employees and their families celebrate the organization's 24th anniversary at Nashville's Sounds baseball game.

  • Sounds, MHC employees, Mental Health Cooperative employees, baseball game, 24 years, 24th anniversary

    MHC employees and their families celebrate the organization's 24th anniversary at Nashville's Sounds baseball game.

  • Andrea Westerfield, Sounds, 24th anniversary

    C&Y Special Programs Program Manager Andrea Westerfield and her family celebrate MHC's 24th anniversary at the Nashville Sounds baseball game.

  • MHC employees celebrate the organization's 24th anniversary at Nashville's Sounds baseball game.

  • Sounds baseball, anniversary, 24th anniversary

    Mental Health Cooperative employees celebrate the agency's 24th anniversary at Nashville's Sounds baseball game.

  • 24 year anniversary, 24th anniversary, Betsy Holmes, Case Management Supervisor

    Case Management Supervisor Betsy Holmes with her son at Nashville's Sounds baseball game, celebrating MHC's 24th anniversary.

  • HCA, 2017 Middle Tennessee Suicide Prevention Summit, MHC Psychiatric Diversion Services, Adam Graham, suicide intervention, suicide prevention, middle tennessee suicide prevention, MHC program manager, MHC Emergency Services,

    MHC's Adam Graham, LPC-MHSP, Program Manager of Emergency Psychiatric Diversion Services, was a panelist on suicide intervention at the 2017 Middle Tennessee Suicide Prevention Summit, hosted by HCA. The summit was for CFO’s and HR Representatives in the construction industry. Pictured from left to right: Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, Clinical Psychologist, CEO and Co-founder of the Carson Spencer Foundation; Scott Ridgway, Executive Director of the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network; Becky Stoll, VP of Crisis and Disaster Management for Centerstone; Dr. Eric Rueth, Medical Director of Vanderbilt Psychiatric Assessment Services; and Adam Graham, LPC-MHSP.

  • Lookouts, Chattanooga baseball, 24 years, anniversary

    Mental Health Cooperative employees in our Eastern region offices celebrated the 24th anniversary of behavioral health services in Middle Tennessee. Our MHC family gathered at a Chattanooga Lookout's baseball game for food and fellowship together.

  • 24 years, anniversary, Lookouts, Chattanooga Baseball, Ruth vanBergen, Monica Schmidt, Jenn Hennessee, Michael Kirshner

    Mental Health Cooperative employees in our Eastern region offices celebrated the 24th anniversary of behavioral health services in Middle Tennessee. Our MHC family gathered at a Chattanooga Lookout's baseball game for food and fellowship together. Pictured from left to right: Michael Kirshner (VP of Development), Ruth vanBergen (Senior VP of Operations), Monica Schmidt (Intake Program Manager), and Jenn Hennessee (Business Development Specialist).

  • Pam Womack, CEO, Michael Kirshner, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is VP of Development Michael Kirshner with CEO Pam Womack.

  • eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    MHC crisis team watches out for the epic solar eclipse that made it's debut over Nashville on August 21, 2017.

  • eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    The epic solar eclipse made it's debut over Nashville on August 21, 2017.

  • eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together.

  • Cleveland, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Cleveland location.

  • Antioch, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Antioch location.

  • Clarksville, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Clarksville location.

  • eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    The epic solar eclipse made it's debut over Nashville on August 21, 2017.

  • eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Metro Nashville location.

  • gallatin, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Gallatin location.

  • dickson, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Dickson location.

  • metro, nashville, eclipse, solar eclipse, total eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Metro location.

  • murfreesboro, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Murfreesboro location.

  • Chattanooga, eclipse, epic eclipse, solar eclipse

    As MHC family, we celebrated the epic solar eclipse across the state at all ten locations. Each clinic brought out the food, music, and fun to witness the total eclipse together. Pictured is our Chattanooga location.

  • Children's services, Musheda Haji, Davidson County, CAB, Dana Eskridge, DCS Resource Linkage,

    MHC was thrilled to host the Davidson County Department of Children’s Services Community Advisory Board (CAB) meeting. Pictured are Musheda Haji representing MHC, Dana Eskridge from DCS Resource Linkage.

  • Matthew walker comprehensive health center, mathew walker,

    Congrats to Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center in Clarksville for 10 years of service to this wonderful community!

  • Cumberland Pediatric Foundation, Chattanooga,

    MHC proudly supports the outstanding work of the Cumberland Pediatric Foundation in Chattanooga. For more information about this organization, please visit www.cumberlandpediatric.org

  • Tennessee Voices for Children

    MHC Support Tennessee Voices for Children

  • IHC, Integrated Health Cooperative, primary care, breast cancer awareness, mammogram screening

    Integrated Health Cooperative (IHC) partnered with Saint Thomas Health and Susan G. Komen Foundation to offer patients mammogram screenings today. 15 consumers took part in the free event. This is the fourth of five mammogram screenings offered by IHC this year. The next screening will be available November 1st. IHC is MHC's primary care team.

  • new location, Clarksville,

    The concrete has been poured and construction has begun; we're moving our Clarksville location! The new facility is expected to be finished Fall 2017.

  • NEO, new employee orientation, hiring, new employees

    Each month MHC is adding staff and growing our services to reach more hearts and hands in need of behavioral health help. This month we're welcoming 35 more faces to the MHC team! That's more help and even more hope for Middle Tennessee. If you or someone you know is interested in joining an all-star team, here's a few open positions we're hiring for right now: https://www.mhc-tn.org/careers/career-portal/

  • Nashville Public Schools, Social and Emotional Learning Conference

    MHC Supports Metro Nashville Public Schools Social and Emotional Learning Conference

  • Brianna Grant, Brianna Grant, LCSW Supervisor of Primary Care Partnerships for Nashville Public Schools, Social and Emotional Learning Conference

    Brianna Grant, LCSW Supervisor of Primary Care Partnerships for MHC presents at the Metro Nashville Public Schools Social and Emotional Learning Conference

  • Dickson, school-based, growth

    MHC's Dickson school-based program is growing! The program has more than tripled since the beginning of 2016's school year. The team says collaboration with school staff, 'excellent' care management services, and engagement over the summer months are the secret sauce to their success.

  • Clarksville, Foster Care Awareness,

    Kaitlyn Bibb, Jama Malloy, and Amanda Pollard took time out of their weekend to participate in a Foster Care Awareness Event in Clarksville. It was a great opportunity to share MHC services with the community.

  • Ashlee Boyd, Care Manager, Gallatin,

    Care Manager Ashlee Boyd is a child and adolescent care manager in Mental Health Cooperative's Sumner office located in Gallatin, Tennessee. "I love that there is a “team” mindset throughout the office and that every teammate is willing to step up to the plate and help each other out." Ashlee shares her MHC success story, journeying with one consumer through self-harm to discover self-esteem. Read her story here: http://bit.ly/2tv79eJ

  • Dickson, Senior Center

    MHC's Dickson location supervisors sharing awareness of the behavioral health services MHC has to offer for seniors at the Senior Center.

  • Clay Harris, MHC program manager,

    Mental Health Cooperative Program Manager, Clay Harris, LPC-MHSP, has been named President-elect of the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association (TLPCA).

  • NEO, new employees

    Everyday MHC is expanding into new communities in Middle Tennessee who need behavioral health help. Today we welcome 36 more minds to our growing MHC team. In this room, we believe there is help and refreshing hope ready to reach more hearts than ever.

  • Erlanger, Chattanooga, groundbreaking, Acadia, psychiatric hospital

    MHC supports the groundbreaking of the new Erlanger/Acadia psychiatric hospital in Chattanooga directly across the street from our office.

  • AAS, American Association of Suicidology, Adam Graham, program manager of diversion services, the opposite of suicide

    Adam Graham, LPC/MHSP, Program Manager of Diversion Services at Mental Health Cooperative presented his “Opposite of Suicide” research at the American Association of Suicidology (AAS) conference in Phoenix, Arizona on April 30.

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC

    About 150 blue shirts filled Shelby Park on Saturday, April 8, as Team MHC took part in NAMI Davidson County's 5k run and walk. The annual event is a community effort to raise awareness for mental health. Photo credit: Memories by Murray 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Josh Thompson, Michael Randolph, Adam Graham, Trisha Keehn, Ashley Brown, Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

    Team MHC's Josh Thompson, Michael Randolph, Adam Graham, Trisha Keehn, Ashley Brown start the NAMI 5k race off together. Photo credit: Memories by Murray 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Brooke Miller

    Team MHC's Brooke Miller runs for mental health awareness in NAMI's 5k run on Saturday, April 8th in East Nashville's Shelby Bottoms Park. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Chance Littrell

    Team MHC's Chance Littrell runs for mental health awareness in NAMI's 5k run on Saturday, April 8th in East Nashville's Shelby Bottoms Park. Littrell medaled second male in his age bracket. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Adam Graham

    Team MHC's Adam Graham runs for mental health awareness in NAMI's 5k run on Saturday, April 8th in East Nashville's Shelby Bottoms Park. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Kristen West

    Team MHC's Kristen West runs for mental health awareness in NAMI's 5k run on Saturday, April 8th in East Nashville's Shelby Bottoms Park. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Trisha Keehn, Ashley Brown

    Team MHC's Trisha Keehn and Ashley Brown run for mental health awareness in NAMI's 5k run on Saturday, April 8th in East Nashville's Shelby Bottoms Park. Keehn medaled first female in her age bracket. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, leah hardwick

    Team MHC's Leah Hardwick runs for mental health awareness in NAMI's 5k run on Saturday, April 8th in East Nashville's Shelby Bottoms Park. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Josh Thompson, Michael Randolph, Adam Graham, Trisha Keehn, Ashley Brown, Memories by Murray, 2017

    Team MHC's Traci Pekovitch, Kyle Wilson, Melissa Webb Oliver, Jason Oliver, and Ethan Oliver take a victory lap for mental health awareness around Shelby Park's lake. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Jennifer Shute

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, Memories by Murray, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Kristen Guenther, Trisha Keehn

    Team MHC's Kristen Guenther and Trisha Keehn take a victory lap for mental health awareness around Shelby Park's lake. Photo credit: Memories by Murray, 2017

  • NAMI Davidson County, 5k, NAMI walk, mental health awareness, Team MHC, Josh Thompson, Michael Randolph, Adam Graham, Trisha Keehn, Ashley Brown, Memories by Murray, 2017

    About 150 blue shirts filled Shelby Park on Saturday, April 8, as Team MHC took part in NAMI Davidson County's 5k run and walk. The annual event is a community effort to raise awareness for mental health. Photo credit: Memories by Murray 2017

  • Susan G. Komen, IHC, Integrated Health Cooperative, Susan G. Komen Foundation, Saint Thomas Health, mobile mammograms

    MHC's primary care team, Integrated Health Cooperative (IHC) partnered with Saint Thomas Health and Susan G. Komen Foundation to offer consumers mammogram screenings.

  • Amanda Bracht, Mental Health America, Incarceration, Behavioral Health Conference

    MHC's Amanda Bracht presents at the Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee "Incarceration and Behavioral Health Conference."

  • Metro Nashville Police Department, SWAT Negotiators, crisis training,

    Metro Nashville Police Department SWAT Negotiators Team spent a week with MHC's crisis team being trained in real life behavioral health scenarios and educated in mental health issues impacting children and youth.

  • Hickman County, Kristen Guenther

    MHC's Kristen Guenther in Hickman County

  • Maury County, School-based therapy,

    MHC Supports Maury County Schools

  • tennesse health link, THL, whole person

    MHC officially launched the new statewide initiative called Tennessee Health Link (THL). THL is a team of professionals associated with an agency who provide whole-person, patient centered, coordinated care for assigned adult and child TennCare members with significant behavioral health needs. For more on this story, click on the link: http://bit.ly/2hgEt4O

  • Pam Womack, MHC CEO, InCharge, Nashville Healthcare Professionals

    Congrats to MHC CEO Pam Womack for being included in Nashville Medical News INCHARGE Health Care 2017, which recognizes Nashville’s top health care "decision makers" across all disciplines.