Join Mercy Community Healthcare for a one-night educational seminar on Thursday, March 28 from 5 p – 6 p at Redeeming Grace Church located at 1113 Murfreesboro Road, Suite 310. The seminar will discuss the reasons that children misbehave and how parents and caregivers can better address their challenging behaviors.
They will review the “Four Goals of Misbehavior” and discuss small changes you can make to help decrease conflict and strain in your home. The material covered in this presentation is from “The Parent’s Handbook” by Don Dinkmeyer, Jr. and Gary D. McKay.
Please note that this is an adult only event, and childcare will not be provided. While this is a free event, a donation of $15 is suggested. Donations may be made at MercyTN.org, or by cash or check at the door. Please call Alan at 615-790-0567 ext. 241 for more information.
About Mercy Community Healthcare
Mercy Community Healthcare was founded in 1999 as Mercy Children’s Clinic, with a mission to reflect the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by providing excellent healthcare to ALL and support to their families. The nonprofit clinic added mental health and social services to its integrated care program in 2006, and expanded to a new facility at Williamson Square on Murfreesboro Road in 2009. Mercy was awarded a grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services designating it as a Federally Qualified Health Center in June 2012, and in 2013, Mercy merged with Grace Medical Clinic and opened the Richard Anderson Adult Center.
As a result of this additional area of focus, Mercy Children’s Clinic transitioned to Mercy Community Healthcare. With its new name, Mercy Community Healthcare seeks to reflect its mission of providing quality, experienced care to everyone – adults, children, insured and uninsured, throughout Middle Tennessee.
As a nonprofit community health provider, Mercy depends on the support of private donations to operate. For more information or to get involved, please visit www.