Tennessee Forms
Advanced Directives & Related Forms

In 2004, Tennessee law was revised to recognize more than one written advance directives for health care decision making: the “Living Will” or “Advance Care Plan” and the “Medical Power of Attorney” or “Appointment of Health Care Agent”. 
You can download the new forms and information about these directives from this site. All forms have a special section for you to write in specific comments about circumstances in which you would not want CPR, a feeding tube, dialysis, or treatment with a breathing machine. You should discuss these comments with your family and doctor so they can better understand what is important to you in receiving medical treatment.

You can use these documents to let your family and doctor know your decisions for health care if you become unable to decide for yourself. You can appoint someone you know and trust as your health care decision maker to ensure that your choice or decision is honored.

Tennessee Child Care Resources 
Child Care Resource and Referral Centers are free child care location and counseling services serving communities across the state. Parents receive information regarding the components of "quality" care and what to look for when choosing quality care.

If you need assistance in finding licensed care in TN, a web-based listing of all providers in Tennessee, a web-based listing of all providers in Tennessee can be found by clicking here. This listing also includes
the agency’s location, hours of operation and other useful information to assist you in your search for child care.

Not all child care programs are required to be licensed. To learn more about what types of care must be licensed by DHS, 
click here.

Information gathered from the Tennessee Department of Human Services

The cost of the license varies according to the class of license you are making application for. Tennessee licenses expire every five years on the driver’s birthday evenly divisible by five (age 30, 35, 40 . . . 55, 60, 65, etc.).

To get new license holders on the “Drive for Five” cycle, your first license may be for a shorter or longer period than five years. Fees are pro-rated on the number of years and the same fees per year are paid for each license.

Accepted methods of payment for a Driver License and ID are Cash, Check, Money Order, MasterCard, Visa and Discover Credit Cards.

Tennessee Handgun Permit
All gun owners should understand how a firearm operates before handling it.

In Tennessee, all applicants are required to submit proof of the successful completion of a department approved Handgun Safety Course within the past six (6) months. Call toll free 1-866-849-3548 to find out more information on handgun schools, locations and contact information.

Office of Vital Records
Order Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates Online

The Tennessee Office of Vital Records reviews, registers, amends, issues and maintains the original certificates of births, deaths, marriages and divorces that occur in Tennessee in accordance with Tennessee Code Annotated.

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