Good Monsters Resource Guide

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Nashville Repertory Theatre's production of Nate Eppler's Good Monsters touches on some powerful issues that many have had to work though and are still fighting against. To be of service to our community, this list of organizations is provided for anyone who might want additional information or support. This resource guide for Good Monsters is also located in the back of our Good Monsters playbill for your convenience.

TENNESSEE SUICIDE PREVENTION NETWORK

Providing a range of services connected to issues of suicide and grief.

tspn.org // (615) 297–1077

TENNESSEE BAR ASSOCIATION - HOMETOWN SUPPORT

Making free legal help available to service members and their families with limited income who are facing legal problems in Tennessee. The program is coordinated by legal services offices across the state.

tba.org/info/hometown-support-legal-help-for-our-military // (615) 244–6610

MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE

Providing services to the Middle Tennessee community for over 66 years. Their mission is to connect the community with specialized mental health and wellness resources, provide services that improve the quality of life and promote effective services where mental health needs exist.

ichope.com // 615-269-5355

MENTAL HEALTH COOPERATIVE

For more than 20 years have been helping adults with severe mental illness and children with serious emotional challenges live quality lives in the community with ongoing support and treatment.

mhc-tn.org // 615-726-3340

NON_VIOLENT COMMUNICATION NASHVILLE

A diverse network of people and communities in Nashville and Middle Tennessee committed to learning, practicing and sharing Nonviolent Communication.

nvcnashville.org

YOU HAVE THE POWER

An agency whose mission is to educate, advocate, and empower individuals and communities who are impacted by violent crime.

yhtp.org // 615-292-7027

Nashville Rep provides this list as a courtesy, but has not specifically investigated each organization.

Learn more about Nashville Repertory Theatre's production of Good Monsters here.

Good Monsters challenges you to question your own preconceptions of good and bad. This new play transcends predictable notions on both sides of the political divide, drawing humanity to the forefront. Join us for this conversation where you decide who are the real monsters. Learn more here.

 

 

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