Community-based counseling and prevention services

Camelot helps children and their families across Tennessee to learn, grow and prosper.

Our services are varied to be able to meet the needs of our clients, and we are continually creating new programs in response to identified needs in a particular area.  The common thread is that we provide counseling and support services in-home and in community-based settings.  We emphasize the strengths and uniqueness of each youth and family.  All services are offered by trained therapists and counselors under the direct supervision of licensed clinicians. 

 
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Become a Foster Parent

Camelot partners with foster parents to provide loving homes for children in our care.  To learn more about becoming a foster parent, please click the link below.


Serving Tennessee

We have 16 offices throughout Tennessee to be able to provide services close to our clients.  Please visit our locations page to find an office near to you.

Our Mission

Our mission is to develop and provide services which enable children and families to realize their own potential. These services recognize the feelings and protect the rights of our clients.

Services

Foster Care
Our Therapeutic Foster Care program offers a way for children within the DCS system to have a stable home environment while they are achieving their permanency goals.

Intensive Counseling
Camelot provides home-based services through Continuous Child and Family Treatment (CCFT). The service usually involves multiple visits per week by the counselor to the home.

Outpatient Therapy
Outpatient services are designed to assist individuals, couples, parents, and families in dealing with the difficulties that are faced in daily life.

Case Management
Camelot’s Case Management program offers 2-4 face to face visits per month with a trained professional and empowers the individual to live a more balanced and successful life.

Substance Use
The Seven Challenges Program ® is designed for adolescents and young adults to help them examine their lives, substance use and the impact of their current choices on their future.