Harmony’s mission is to serve children, families, and communities through counseling, education, and adoption. Since our founding in 1996 Harmony’s focus has been finding forever families for children, domestically, internationally, and through the foster care system. Our work with families often begins at placement and continues throughout the adoption journey.

Support PAWS for Harmony!

PAWS (Pet Assisted Wellness & Support) for Harmony is Harmony’s new program for at-risk children.

PAWS for Harmony will train dogs rescued from local animal shelters as Emotional Support Dogs for children adopted from foster care.

The trust, patience, and unconditional love of a dog can help a child begin healing from the trauma of abuse and make a healthy transition to family life.

It’s a win/win/win for children, dogs, and families!


Help a child know the security of a forever family and the
unconditional love and companionship of a dog.

NATURE & SOUL WOMEN’S YOGA RETREAT

April 2nd & 3rd at Camp Montvale in Maryville, TN.

It’s time to unplug from everyday life and submerge yourself in yoga, community, nature and your self.

Does life feel so busy lately, that it is hard to hear your own inner voice? Do too many commitments keep you literally running from one thing to the next without a moment to be still and regenerate your energy. If this is you, then it’s time for a retreat.

Join Nicole Fey and Ajeet Khalsa for a weekend of soul enrichment and connection to spirit and nature through this special yoga and cleansing program.

Retreat with us into the heart of the Smoky Mountains in Maryville for a truly unique experience into the depths of your own heart and soul. We promise that you will touch a very special part of yourself, that you will smile and enjoy time with other women just like you who are committed to learning new techniques of self-reliance and wellness. You will leave as an expanded version of yourself feeling lighter, more empowered and with new tools to transform your life forever.

Click here for more information about the weekend

ASAP POST ADOPTION WEBINARS, POWERPOINTS, AND RESOURCES

Harmony is hosting monthly webinars on the second Wednesday of each month through April 2016. For more information please contact Nicole Coning or call 865.410.7503.

To register for one of our upcoming free Webinars CLICK HERE.

For access to earlier Webinars and PowerPoints, CLICK HERE.

For access to the ASAP 2015 National Conference Resource Library, CLICK HERE.

PARENT A CHILD WEBSITE

Harmony Family Center’s website parentachild.org features Tennessee children and youth who, through no fault of their own, have been removed from their families due to abuse, neglect, or trauma. Now in foster care, the greatest wish of all these children and youth is to be part of a forever family.

HARMONY FAMILY CENTER FACTS AT A GLANCE – 2013-2014

• Harmony served 2,000 Tennessee children & families
• Provided 544 homes studies for DCS
• Trained 4,813 individuals
• ASAP served 564 children & families in our post adoption services program
• FOCUS served 432 children and youth & found adoptive families for 60 youth who had spent many years in the child welfare system

Harmony Family Center Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2013-2014 – Full Report

HELP HARMONY WHEN YOU SHOP AT KROGER

If you shop at Kroger – you can help Harmony! Friends of Harmony Family Center can register online to take part in the Kroger Community Rewards program to benefit Harmony. Simply go online to www.krogercommunityrewards.com and select Harmony Family Center as the organization you wish to support. If you were registered previously you must re-register. Next time you shop check the bottom of your receipt to make sure your see Harmony Family Center. Thank you!

WHAT WE DO

Since its founding in 1996, Harmony has developed an array of award-winning family preservation and treatment services designed to increase the strength and well-being of Tennessee families, serving over 2,000 children and families every year. This video will give you an overview of Harmony’s services and the scope of our work on behalf of children, families, and the community.