Mental Health Resources

NOTE: The following list contains information about mental health providers in the southeast TN area who are providing telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemicSome of these services are offered on a case-by-case basis. Please reach out to providers directly to find out more information. 

Special thanks to Beth Delaney, Tennessee Department of Health and our other local Health Council Members for compiling this list. 

If you have insurance and are looking for mental health services (non-emergency): 

Check the phone number on the back of your card and contact your insurance company.  Ask what behavioral health services are covered and get a list of providers.  

If you are employed and have an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and are looking for mental health services: 

Contact your employee assistance program to find what services are covered and get a list of providers. Employee assistance programs (EAPs) provide a range of different services and resources often at no cost. 

If you are uninsured and looking for mental health services:

Reach out to the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services– Office of Consumer Affairs Helpline during regular business hours (800) 560-5767

If you are uninsured and looking for substance use disorder services:

Reach out to Addicted.org, which provides drug rehab services in the United States. Visit their website or call 1-800-304-2219. 

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The mission of Sequatchie Valley Head Start is to create a nurturing place where children, families and staff can work through community partnerships to exceed Head Start's national goals.

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