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The Regional Intervention Program has been
serving families with young children since 1969.
RIP is an internationally recognized parent
implemented program in which parents learn to
work directly with their own children. Experienced
RIP parents provide training and support to newly
enrolled families. The program is available to
families in which there are concerns regarding a
young child's behavior, and is coordinated by a
professional resource staff person. Parents should
feel free to contact the program to
discuss their concerns.

"I'd heard everything.
'It's just a phase, he'll grow out of it.'
'You need to spend more time with him.'
'He just needs a good spanking.'
None of it helped."



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Regional Intervention Program
3411 Belmont Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
phone: (615) 963-1177
fax: (615) 963-1178
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A program of the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

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