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Intellectual and developmental disabilities

Case Management Inc.

Main Offices 
3171 Director Row 
Memphis, TN 38131 

Medical Clinic 
14 N. Bellevue Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38104 

Community Wellness Center 
1087 Alice Ave 
Memphis, TN 38106
Provides comprehensive case management for individuals with mental illness. Services include (but are not limited to) off-site and walk-in assessments, crisis intervention, psychiatric services, housing assistance,  and representative payee services

College Resources for students with disabilities: Best Colleges, Programs, Scholarships & Helpful Apps

Free or low-cost apps & relevant assistive technology (+ discounts), plus a list of available scholarships.


College Students- Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students


Memphis Crisis Center 

(901) 274-7477

Memphis Jewish Center

Information, counseling, social programming, advocacy, and comprehensive support for individuals with special needs, as well as their families and caregivers. Contact Bill Monroe, Special Needs Coordinator, at (901) 259-9242 or bmonroe@jccmemphis.org.

National Suicide Prevention

Hotline 800-273-8255

Depression and Bi-polar Support Alliance (DBSA)

Peer-run support groups. Check out website for local chapters and additional resources

Lakeside Behavioral Health System

2911 Brunswick Road
Memphis, TN 38133
1-800-232-LAKE (5253)
Offers specialized behavioral health and addictive disease services (both inpatient and outpatient).

Lowenstein House

821 South Barksdale Memphis, TN 38114
(901) 274-5486
Social and vocational rehabilitation program for individuals diagnosed with mental illness. Designed to help individuals achieve independence and self-sufficiency through counseling, skills training, job placement, housing assistance, emotional support and guidance.

Memphis Mental Health Institute

951 Court Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103-2813
(901) 577-1800
In-patient psychiatric services for adults.

Mississippi Families as Allies for Children's Mental Health

840 E. River Place, Suite 500
Jackson, MS 39202 Office: (601) 355-0915
Toll-free: 1-800-833-9671

Information and referral, "Family Time-Out" respite and mentoring program ,  "Family Partners" for one-on-one emotional support and case advocacy,  "Developing Families as Allies" parent education and support groups, programs for children and youth. http://msfaacmh.org

Alliance Healthcare Services - Adult Mobile Crisis Services

951 Court Avenue 2nd Floor
Memphis Mental Health Institute
Memphis, TN 38103
(901) 577-9400
Provides 24/7 crisis intervention hotline and referral, including mobile crisis assessment services, crisis respite services and crisis stabilization services. Provides prescreening for mental health services, mobile crisis team and emergency outpatient clinic for residents of Shelby County ages 18 and over. For non-violent psychiatric emergencies only (may take the team several hours to respond). For more serious psychiatric emergencies call Memphis Police Department - CIT team (call 901-545-2677, hit "0" and tell the dispatcher this is a mental health emergency).

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

5830 Mt. Moriah Rd., Suite #6,
Memphis, TN 38115

(901) 725-0305
Non-profit group for people with mental illness. Offers a variety of services including support groups and family education.
Email:  memphisnami@bellsouth.net

Southeast Mental Health Center (Memphis)

3810 Winchester Rd

Turning Point (drop-in center)

4088 Summer Ave
Psychological Evaluations, Individual & Group Psychotherapy & Counseling,  Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services,  Case Management
Group Counseling

Tennessee Voices for Children

731-984-8599 –Jackson, TN
901-454-7262 –Memphis, TN
Statewide advocacy agency for families whose children have emotional, behavioral, and/or mental health issues.

TN Department of Mental Health

500 Deaderick Street
Nashville, TN 37243
Helpline: 800-560-5767
Offices: (615) 532-6500

Administers state mental health & substance abuse services and is responsible for: system planning, monitoring and evaluation; setting policy and quality standards; disseminating public information; and advocating for persons of all ages who have mental illness, serious emotional disturbance.
Resource listings on website
Email: opies.tdmhdd@state.tn.us
Web: www.tn.gov/mental

TN Mental Health Consumers' Association

Memphis office:
1407 Union Avenue, Suite 100, Memphis, TN 38104

The Peer Center
700 Madison Ave
Memphis, TN
(901) 523-0124
Information on programs and services for people with mental illness. Support groups, and housing
Peer Center – For individuals 18 and older who have received mental health services

Youth Villages

3320 Brother Blvd.
Memphis, TN. 38133
(901) 251-5000
(877) 983-6767
Therapeutic Foster Care; Group Homes for Adolescents; adoption and foster care,
In-Home, Family-based Treatment; Services for children with emotional problems, Residential Treatment – typical length of stay varies; Outpatient Treatment. Check website for more information