Catholic Charities Philosophy
Focus on Relationships
Our approach focuses on strengthening relationships vital to a successful life.
Our counselors are licensed by the State of Tennessee.
Our programs are available at locations across Nashville to anyone regardless of religion or ability to pay.
Our team includes more than two dozen counselors with numerous specialties from family counseling to childhood trauma.
The percentage of adults who get treatment for a mental illness in a given year. That means nearly 60% who need treatment are not getting or seeking it. We have to change these stats by increasing access to services and eliminating any stigma about seeking help.
Parenting program for families with children ages 0 to 8 in Montgomery, Bedford, and Marshall counties
Free, short-term, trauma-focused counseling for children ages 4 to 18 in Davidson County who have experienced crimes.
Individual and Family Counseling helps clients through difficult situations with professional support, personalized plans, and solutions to make a better life.
Living At Home is a support program helping older adults living alone at home avoid isolation and get access to services they need to remain healthy and independent.
Catholic Charities provides adoptions, crisis pregnancy counseling, and home study services. When assisting birthparents with placement, our goal is to identify the right family for the child, not a child for a family.
Catholic Charities provides counseling services to students at a number of area Catholic schools.
We are excited to have this wonderful magazine to share with donors, visitors, and other constituents. The various stories and focus on less visible programs very much helps us tell the story of our work. Everyone on the diocese’s mailing list should have gotten a copy in the mail. Check it out here
Catholic Charities’ counseling effort were featured in a recent Tennessee Register article. The article focused on the value of counseling given the number of crises that have struck Middle Tennessee in the last 12 months. Here is just part of the article: Responding to the unprecedented events of the past year — a global pandemic, a deadly […]
Catholic Charities is offering a new telehealth group to help people address negative feelings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. You will learn and practice useful strategies to address challenges such as stress and isolation. Best of all, you can participate in the group from home on your mobile phone or any device with an Internet […]