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Make a Referral

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Hello! My name is Zach Harlow, Park Center's Data & Intake Coordinator. I can help you with any questions you may have about Park Center’s programs and the referral process. To receive monthly updates on Park Center's programs, please email me to be added to the list. 

Program Openings:

The following programs are taking referrals: 

  • IOP/OP (Intensive Outpatient Program & Outpatient Program)
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation & Co-Occurring Psychiatric Rehabilitation day programs
  • Emerging Adults Psychiatric Rehabilitation day program (ages 18-24)
  • SOAR facility (disability applications for persons in hospitals, jails, prisons)
  • Supported Housing for men
  • Emerging Adults Housing for men & women (ages 18-24)

The following programs are taking referrals for a wait list:

  • Supported Employment
  • Supported Housing for women (short wait list)
  • Independent Housing
  • The Safe Haven for women cannot accept any referrals at this time. 

The following programs are closed to referrals

  • Safe Haven (homeless shelter) for women

 

To review admission criteria for each program, click here.

 

How To Make A Referral:

1. Complete a Referral Form. To complete the online referral, click here.  To download a paper Referral Form, click here. Paper forms should be faxed to 615-650-8917. To view Park Center's Privacy Notice, click here

2. Complete a Release of Information (ROI). To download the ROI, please click here. 

3. Once the Referral Form and Release of Information have been received, you will receive a call or email from the Data & Intake Coordinator within 48 hours. 

 

Contact Information:

Phone: 615-724-6278

Fax: 615-650-8917

Email: referral@parkcenternashville.org

 

Program Eligibility  - please click on the links below for more information

Emerging Adults Housing (ages 18-24)

Housing (ages 18+)

Psychiatric Rehabilitation/Co-Occurring Programs 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

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Park Center empowers people who have mental illness and substance use disorders to live and work in their communities.

Hope

We believe individuals can be active and contributing members of their community by defining their lives apart from their mental illness

Choice

We believe that individual recovery is possible through loving care, educated choices and support services

Education

We believe that active and ongoing advocacy, education about mental illness and the recovery process are necessary in order to empower members and reduce stigma in our community

Quality

We believe that services should be continuously improved to align with current and emerging best practices