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Boling Center on Developmental Disabilities Reproductive Health Clinic

Provides medical care to teens and adults with developmental disabilities. Health and Socialization Groups serve persons with intellectual disabilities. Groups meet monthly. They discuss interpersonal relationships, sexually transmitted diseases, appropriate dating practices, birth control concerns, and domestic abuse.

Cumberland Pediatric Foundation

Promotes the health care of children of the Cumberland Region. Members work to improve the quality of care, to increase efficiency, and to lower the cost of delivering pediatric health care services. Their web site includes information for parents, children, and a library.

Family Voices of Tennessee

Family-Voices, Inc., was founded in 1992 by family leaders concerned about the changing health care environment and the implications for our children with disabilities, chronic illnesses, or other special health care needs.

Junior League Family Resource Center

The family information headquarters at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. Well-trained, understanding staff work closely with families and health care professionals to provide information to help families understand a child’s medical condition and about community agencies and support programs.

Junior League Family Resource Center - Health Library

Resources on more than 1,100 health conditions. Includes books, videos, and file materials housed in the JLFRC and recommended community resources and websites.

NAMI Tennessee

A grassroots non-profit, made up of families, consumers and professionals, dedicated to improving quality of life for people with mental illness and their families.

Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee

Can train people to teach about sexuality to persons with developmental disabilities.

Preston Medical Library

University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, provides patient education and responds to consumer health inquiries.

Tennessee Health Care Campaign

Works to obtain affordable, accessible, and quality health care for all Tennesseans, including universal coverage of children, which includes information on TennCare for Children.