Virtual Healing for the Healer: Preparing for Your At-Home Retreat

One of the programs of The Healing Trust, beyond grantmaking, is our Healing for the Healer retreats. The Trust has offered them since 2008 as a way to say thank you to helping professionals in our community by providing a free day of rest, relaxation, and self-care centered on the belief that the healing and wholeness of service professionals matters …

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New Self-Care Digest!

What is saving your life right now? Now, more than ever, we need to check-in with ourselves and give ourselves some grace.  Read more about how one of our team members is practicing hope and tending to her needs at this time.

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Mental Health Resources

Taking care of our mental health is critical during these ever-changing times.  Check out our updated list of grantee partners and telehealth providers of mental health services. Telehealth and text-based sessions are available through the 24-hour Crisis Line at (615) 244-7444 and the providers below.  Family and Children’s Services Hope Clinic for Women Insight Counseling Centers Matthew Walker CHC Mercy Community …

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Supporting Our Grantees During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We know these are unprecedented times and understand many of you are on the front lines assisting populations without the resources to navigate this. Thank you for your continued service to our community. We are honored to be among your supporters. Starting today, we are taking the following steps to support our community and grantees through this pandemic. 1. Unrestricting …

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Census Resources and Funding

More than 260 federal programs base their state allocations on census numbers and use this data to plan for transportation, infrastructure, schools, healthcare and more. It is estimated that Tennessee will lose as much as $2,600 per person per year in federal dollars for each uncounted resident in the 2020 census. Please help us spread the word about the importance of …

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From No to Yes: Why My Perspective on Self-Care Changed

I recently attended a morning meeting at the end of a long work week. Professionals from various sectors in Nashville were represented, collectively sitting around the same table to tackle top issues plaguing the health of Tennesseans. As the meeting unfolded, I noticed a common theme on the faces of attendees: zombie-like expressions. Bags under glazed-over eyes, mouths slightly open, …

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