Local Health Information
- MPLIC's LINC Community Resources
This resource database contains information on community services that individuals and organizations need to sustain and improve their daily lives.
- Healthy Memphis
This site has information provided by and about the Healthy Memphis Common Table. Healthy Memphis brings together different groups and individuals in the Mid-South to help solve community health problems.
- Health Hotlines
The Tennessee Department of Health operates a number of toll-free hotlines.
- Bureau of TennCare
The Bureau of TennCare is responsible for the administration of the TennCare and TennCare Partners programs, a managed care system that provides health care benefits including mental health and substance abuse assistance.
- Tennessee Department of Mental Health
The Department is responsible for providing services to individuals with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities and/or neurobiological brain disorders.
- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is known throughout the world for its clinical and scientific contributions to the fight against catastrophic childhood diseases.
- Baptist Memorial Health Care Online
"Baptist Memorial Health Care's internet magazine, Baptist OnLine, provides you with health related topics that will be helpful to you in everyday life".
The mission of www.HealthyMe.md is to improve patient health and to strengthen the physician/patient relationship by providing patient-focused, specialty-specific, scientifically accurate healthcare information and services in a cost-effective manner.
- Wings Cancer Foundation
Wings is a unique collaboration of people, programs and resources with the mission of providing services to promote support, research and hope to anyone in the community touched by cancer.
Address: 100 North Humphreys Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee 38120
Phone: (901) 322-2984
- Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network is the statewide organization that is responsible for implementing the following strategy for suicide prevention - a grassroots team of Tennesseans, divided into eight regions under the direction of a statewide executive director, works to eliminate the stigma of suicide, to educate the community about the warning signs of suicide, and ultimately to reduce the rate of suicide in the state of Tennessee. This site is not a crisis hotline.
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services - Tennessee Access to Recovery II
Tennessee Access to Recovery II will provide service vouchers to eligible consumers for treatment and recovery support services. Treatment services are targeted to eligible adults with a methamphetamine abuse or dependence diagnosis.