At the Y, we want to support your holistic health—spirit, mind and body. Although we can't meet in person during this unprecedented time, we still want to give you the support you need. Check out these online resources so that you can continue growing through this difficult season.
The Meditation Chapel is an online multi-faith community offering practices of stillness and silence. Check out the calendar to meet for Centering Prayer, Meditation, and more. This site is open to all faiths and all are welcome.
Day 7 exists specifically to provide support for nonprofit professionals and pastors, including: life and executive coaching, spiritual direction, mindfulness practices, processing/support groups, peer groups, self-guided curriculum, faith-based studies, and nutrition consulting. They are offering extra discounts and free services in April and May for helping professionals and front line responders.
Alcoholics Anonymous exists to enable members to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. A list of online meetings can be found on their website.
Narcotics Anonymous is for anyone for whom drugs has become a major problem. Their groups for recovering addicts meet regularly to help each other stay clean. A list of online meetings can be found on their website.
Over-eaters Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience and mutual support, are recovering from compulsive overeating. A list of online meetings can be found on their website.
State of Tennessee
Services for Children, Youth, Young Adults and Families
The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services along with a network of community providers has a vast array of services for young people ranging in age from infant to young adult.