- Behavior Management Assistance in the Home
- Eligibility Benefits and Financial Support
- Assistance with School Meetings, Consultations, and other Appointments
- Juvenile Court Assistance
- Alcohol and Drug Treatment
Children and Youth Services
Families, pediatricians, and school professionals rely on MHC because our approach is effective. Since every child is different, we take the time to get to know you and your child before recommending any care options or strategies. We want to know your concerns and your child's understanding of what is happening. Only then do we customize a treatment plan to meet your family's specific needs.
OUR GOAL IS YOUR GOAL – SEEING YOUR CHILD HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL, HOME, AND SOCIAL SITUATIONS.
A therapist provides child and family counseling using trauma-informed, evidence-based models, including CBT, TF-CBT, Play Therapy, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing.
Psychiatrists or psychiatric nurse practitioners help you to determine the causes of your child's behavior and will make specific treatment recommendations.
Community-Based Care Management
Our community-based care managers can help your family in several ways. They assist you in finding and accessing the services you need:
Care managers help with the following:
Intensive Care Management
Depending on the child's or adolescent's specific needs, MHC offers varying intensity levels of targeted in-home care management, including CCFT and CTT.
Emerging Adults Care Management
A specialized program focused on youth ages 16-21 who would benefit from assistance during the shift from adolescence to adulthood.
Children face multiple social and emotional challenges, including an inability to focus, feeling anxious, handling anger, and following directions. We offer child and family counseling through many pediatric partnerships. With an onsite therapist and in-home care management, we work as a team with your pediatric provider to help your child with their challenging behavioral issues.
First Episode Psychosis Initiative (FEPI)
This multidisciplinary team serves individuals, ages 15-30, living in Davidson and Montgomery Counties, experiencing their first episode of psychosis. The team assists clients and their supports in helping them navigate the recovery journey and keep individuals on track to succeed with their goals.
This multidisciplinary team serves individuals ages 16-25 living in Davidson County and experiencing mental health challenges. The team is equipped to assist youth and young adults in managing their health needs and reaching their goals with support and empowerment.
System Of Care Across TN (SOCAT)
This team provides high-fidelity wraparound services to individuals 0-21 and their families experiencing mental health challenges. The team works closely with children, youth, and their family members to strengthen support systems, remove barriers to care, and develop healthy relationships so that they can thrive.