Military and Family Life Consultants are here to listen. Consultations and
trainings are free and anonymous. No records are kept. Please note that
exceptions to confidentiality include domestic violence, child abuse,
present or future illegal activity, and danger to self or others.
Helping you is our Priority
After-hours and weekend appointments are available.
Group or off-site meetings can be arranged.
To schedule an appointment, contact:
|Phone: (615) 427-8776||Phone: (615) 772-3154|
MFLCs are available to help servicemembers, spouses, children and staff address:
|- deployment and reintegration issues
- marriage and relationship issues
- parenting, sibling and family issues
- communication challenges
|- stress and anxiety
- grief and loss
- daily life issues
About the MFLC Program
The MFLC program was piloted under the name Military Family Life Consultant in 2004 to meet the specific need of providing supplemental services to families of extended 1st Armored Division Soldiers. The success of the program in United States Army/ Europe has resulted in expansion of MFLC services for all Military Branches.
Role of Consultants
The consultants’ role in this program is unique in that they are not working as traditional therapists. The primary MFLC role is to assess needs, provide support or refer to appropriate resources as necessary. Assisting a Military Service member and/or family in developing an action plan to address a problem is a key component of the program.
Each MFLC reports to a clinical supervisor and a military POC.
In Tennessee, if you or another Servicemember you know is in crisis, call (855) 435-7492 for assistance 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. If this is a sexual assault issue, contact 615-342-9372.
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You are not alone.