The Interprofessional Community Health Clinic is a collaboration among Applied Behavior Analysis (Autism Clinic), Counseling, Education Psychology, and Research (CEPR), the School of Social Work which houses the Center for the Advancement of Youth Development (CAYD) and the SMART Center, the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and the School of Public Health. These groups are committed to building a team that reaches across disciplines to serve the community, enhance physical and mental health, and increase scholarship and research.
- To enhance the physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral health of the urban core and greater Memphis community by serving as campus and community leaders in interprofessional education, practice, and scholarship.
- Prepare current and future professionals to work across disciplines to provide superior team-based service to enhance health
- Provide access to efficient, effective, interdisciplinary person- and community-centered service
- Promote interprofessional scholarship that advances knowledge and best practice in physical, mental, and behavioral health.