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The Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO) is a statewide trade association representing Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) and other nonprofit corporations that provide behavioral health services. These organizations have historically met the needs of mentally ill and chemically dependent citizens of Tennessee from all age groups and socioeconomic levels. The TAMHO member organizations have been the virtual cornerstone of the community-based behavioral health system throughout the state since the 1950s and today serve as the primary provider network for the TennCare Program, Tennessee's Medicaid waiver program.


If you or a loved one is experiencing a crisis, please contact Tennessee's Toll-Free Adult Statewide Crisis Telephone Line at
1-855-274-7471 or dial 911.
If you are looking for services in your area, click here.

    The Voice for Behavioral Healthcare


Add your organization's voice to those of other community-based behavioral healthcare providers who are working together to improve the quality and delivery of behavioral healthcare services in Tennessee . . .

TAMHO is the most active and influential provider-based organization at the state level when it comes to dealing effectively with the General Assembly and other public policymakers on behavioral healthcare issues.  Timely communications on developments in this arena offer updates that can be helpful to all behavioral healthcare service providers. 

Membership information to aid you in evaluating membership within TAMHO is available by contacting the TAMHO office.

TAMHO holds membership in the following organizations:   

              

    Highlights


2014 SOC Conference -- A Common Thread Among Children, Families, and Communities

CLICK HERE for details and registration information or CLICK HERE to visit Eventbrite to register


TAMHO Quarterly Newsletter

Visit the 'About Us' page to view the July 2014 edition.


MHSIP Survey Analysis Report

Visit the 'Links and Resources' page to view the PDF Downloads.


TNCODC / TDMHSAS -- 2014 Co-Occurring Disorders Symposium

A summary, by Dr. Ken Minkoff, of the April 1st Symposium is available in the TAMHO Quarterly Newsletter | Volume 2 Issue 2 -- Pages 1-3.  To access the newsletter, visit the "About Us" page of this website.


Upcoming Trainings

Visit the "Professional Development" page for information on upcoming training opportunities.