Our Vision

Tennessee Voices for Children seeks to become a diversely funded, accredited organization providing best practice in advocacy and services for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children and their families in the state of Tennessee.

Our Mission

Tennessee Voices for Children provides leadership, support, and services that promote voice, hope, and empowerment for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, youth, and their families.

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4 days ago

Yesterday our staff was treated to an amazing lunch provided by Chef's Market! We appreciate your support and generosity! ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Tennessee Voices for Children has been offering the Nurturing Parent Program to Smith County Jail inmates for several years and our friends at Smith County Sheriff Department placed pinwheels in front of their office in an effort to raise awareness and prevent child abuse. Thank you, Smith County Sheriff Department, for spreading the word that all children deserve #greatchildhoods. (Pictured from L to R: Steve Hopper, Smith County Sheriff; Beth Davis, Jail Administrator; Ronnie Maynard, Lieutenant; Eugene Roberts, Chief of Police)

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To learn more about the Nurturing Parent Program, visit www.tnvoices.org/np/.
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6 days ago

Tennessee Voices for Children's Director of Development & Marketing, Emily Carroll, and Family Collaboration Specialist, Brittney Jackson, met with Dickson County Mayor, Bob Rial, as he signed a Proclamation declaring May 4th Children's Mental Health Awareness Day in Dickson County. We are so appreciative of the support of Dickson County Government!

#ChildrensMentalHealthAwarenessDay #CMHAD #MentalHealthMatters #FightTheStigma
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Mayor Rial signed a proclamation proclaiming May 4...

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