It is the mission of TMHCA “To promote recovery and community through peer support, education, and advocacy for all mental health consumers in Tennessee.”

PeerLINK

The TMHCA PeerLINK program offers help from others in recovery that have been there. Some issues with mental health and/or substance abuse problems can sometimes make people feel very alone and that no one understands. People don’t have to be alone anymore in their journey.
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Education & Support

The basic roots of our foundation is about teaching people to make informed choices about their health and making the public aware through education and support. With adequate education and support people with mental illness can and will recover
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Public Policy

Public Policy gives TMHCA the opportunity to sit down with key individuals to share ideas about change. It is an impactful tool we have to affect the bias and stigma associated with mental illness.
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TMHCA News Feed

06Oct

TMHCA Staff Attend Relias Learning Conference in Nashville Sept. 23-25, 2014

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Tennessee Mental Health Consumers’ Association believes in education and support not only geared toward those we serve but to increase... Read More →
04Sep

TMHCA’s Dan Hamer Attends Advanced Level WRAP® Facilitator’s Refresher Training

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TMHCA’s West Tennessee Regional Advocate, Dan Hamer (pictured in the front far right), has just returned from The Copeland Center... Read More →
04Sep

Tennessee Mental Health Consumers’ Association Joins Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations

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 NASHVILLE – On July 1, 2014 Tennessee Mental Health Consumers’ Association (TMHCA) was welcomed as an affiliate member of Tennessee... Read More →
15Jul

Governor Haslam Receives A Thank You From The Mental Health Community

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NASHVILLE – On June 12, 2014 Jennifer Jones and Stacey Murphy of Tennessee Mental Health Consumers’ Association (TMHCA) presented Governor... Read More →

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What Our Members are Saying

TMHCA’s program is really good. I like it when I’m taught information about voting rights. I like to have access to other services and TMHCA helps coordinate care for me.
John C.
The staff treat you like you are intelligent and with dignity and respect. I like the various subjects designed to meet my program needs. I like that the programs treat the whole health of the person.
Sharon
It is exhilarating and informative. It reiterates what I learned academically. The superfluous classes like music therapy, art therapy and health classes are excellent.
Lady

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