SequelCare of Tennessee
At SequelCare of Tennessee, kids come first. We're a team of mental health and social service providers who help families put the needs of children first. Whether that means providing services to keep struggling families together, helping adults be better parents or helping children transition to a new home environment, the needs of the children remain paramount.
SequelCare of Tennessee has been providing quality, in-home services for thousands of children and families in Tennessee since 2000. Our case managers are bachelors and masters level professionals who meet with children and their families and provide services such as counseling and parenting education. The result is safer, happier home lives for the families we serve.
SequelCare of Tennessee is licensed by the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities as a Mental Health Outpatient Facility and as an Alcohol & Drug Non-Residential Rehabilitation Treatment center.
In-Home Services Offered
- Case Management
- Sex Abuse
- Alcohol & Drug
- Anger Management
- Clinical Assessments
- Parenting Assessments
- Parenting Education
- Homemaker/Home Management
- Family Support
- Family Violence Prevention
- Intensive Family Preservation Service
- Alcohol and Drug Assessments
- Drug Screening
- Therapeutic Visitation
- Supervised Visitation
- Interpretation (Spanish)
- provides services to children, ages infant to 18 years of age, and their families.
Whom Do We Serve?
We help children, parents and families with a wide variety of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. The list below illustrates some of the ways that we help children, parents and families in need.
- Children, parents or families in crisis
- Children in need of tutoring in order to improve their focus/grades in school
- Grieving children who have lost one (or both) of their parents/guardians
- Children, parents or families who have been victims of domestic violence
- Children of single-parent homes who need a mentor
- Children formerly in state custody who reach the age of 18 that need help with life-skills to make it on their own
- Parents and children who need help expressing and/or coping with anger
- Parents needing court ordered Supervised Visitation or Therapeutic Visitation
- Parents needing Parenting Assessment and/or Parenting Education in order to reunite with their children
- Teenage parents who need a Parenting Assessment and/or Parenting Education
- Parents and families who are adopting a child (or children)
- Children who are at risk of being placed in state custody
- Parents with a child (or children) in state custody
- Children who are returning from state custody to their families or legal guardians
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