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 it wasn’t meeting our needs as an organization.  Because our service model calls for our staff to serve clients in the communities in which they live, the majority of our clients never step foot in our office.  And, with Nashville’s thriving real estate market and growth in the Berry Hill community, we were presented with the opportunity to sell our building and purchase a new home that better suits our needs while also investing in Tennessee Voices for Children’s long-term success.  Every part of our decision was rooted in a desire be good stewards and to best serve children and families across the state, providing “leadership, support, and services that promote voice, hope, and empowerment for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, youth, and their families.”

4.  How will this impact services?

Our commitment is that services provided by Tennessee Voices for Children be community based, youth guided, and family driven.  For this reason, the vast majority of our services are provided in the communities in which our clients live and work.  Staff are spread out across the state to ensure coverage in all of Tennessee’s 95 counties, which means the location of our administrative office/headquarters has little impact on service delivery.  That said, the process of searching for a new home allowed us to be intentional about the space and our needs.  We are thrilled about the ways in which we can utilize our new home to provided deep and meaningful services for children and families facing mental health challenges.

5.  Did you make a profit off of the sale of your property in Berry Hill?

Yes.

6.  If so, what is your plan for the funds?

The decision to sell our Berry Hill property was never about a financial need. In fact, Tennessee Voices for Children is more financially secure than we’ve ever been in our 20+ year history.  Our decision to sell was rooted in a desire to invest in the long-term success of the organization and secure a home that would better suit our needs.  While we did profit off the sale, it created the unique opportunity to purchase our new home outright.  The remaining profit will be invested back into the organization and further our mission to provide “leadership, support, and services that promote voice, hope, and empowerment for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, youth, and their families.”