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Since 1985, Miriam's Promise has offered hope and healing to thousands of Middle Tennessee children, birth parents and adoptive families coping with issues of grief, loss and transition.
The heart of our mission is to ensure the well-being of the child by nurturing individuals and families. We do this by offering pregnancy, parenting and adoption services.
Our programs include domestic and international adoption services, pregnancy counseling, child therapy, parenting coaching and two jail ministries offering pregnancy counseling and parenting coaching to incarcerated females in Davidson County.
In his book Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak takes Max on a journey to a magical island where the wild things "roar their terrible roars and gnash their terrible teeth and roll their terrible eyes and show their terrible claws." In many ways, the children we see from hard places have spent the early years of their childhood "where the wild things are". They are stuck in a place where they can only fight, fly or freeze. They have little capability of making healthy attachments with their forever families.
That's where Miriam's Promise comes in. Our highly-trained staff is there to equip parents with the ability to tame the "wild things" that their children are dealing with. Through one-on-one counseling and parenting coaching, we are able to teach both parents and children to "stare into all their yellow eyes without blinking once" and frighten the "wild things" away.