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The Onsite Foundation

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Providing wellness initiatives that elevate the human experience and reconnect the heart of humanity

Mission & Vision

The Onsite Foundation’s efforts are focused on vulnerable and underserved populations including survivors of mass shootings and bereaved parents.

The Onsite Foundation exists to ensure all persons affected by trauma, abuse, stress, or mental health issues receive the gift of emotional freedom.

How we began

The Onsite Foundation was founded by a group of like-minded individuals who witnessed the profound, life-changing effect that access to best-in-class trauma-informed counseling and therapies had on individuals, relationships, and communities. These emotional wellness pioneers established The Onsite Foundation in an effort to give the gift of healing to people and communities most affected by trauma and who could not otherwise afford it.

The Onsite Foundation has helped countless individuals, couples, and families by curating programs and initiatives for underserved communities. 

These programs have been made possible thanks to generous donations from individuals, organizations, and corporations all over the world, who share the same passion and vision. 

Our Healing Programs

To learn more and apply for future programs, please contact Executive Director of the foundation, Deanna Wantz.

Life After Loss: Healing for Grieving Parents

This healing program was curated to help parents who have experienced inexpressible grief following the loss of a child. Parents learn how to navigate their individual grief process and stages of grief, including depression, guilt, and anger. The goal is never to get over the grief but to learn how to build a life around the grief so one will no longer feel stuck.

Triumph Over Tragedy: Healing for Survivors of Mass Shootings

This first-of-its-kind program was designed by Onsite’s clinical team to support survivors of mass shootings, helping them to better understand the impact that overwhelming, life-threatening experiences have on a physical, psychological, emotional, and physiological level.

Hope and Healing for Heroes: Resources for the Covenant School Shooting

This special event for educators and staff across Metro Nashville was created to equip, encourage, and uplift our Nashville school’s educators, staff, and administrators following the tragedy at The Covenant School. Programming included musical performances by Nashville and GRAMMY Winning Artists Lauren Daigle, Tyler Hubbard, CeCe Winans, and Trisha Yearwood.

The Onsite Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity.

Tax ID #92-0530282

Mail Donations to:
The Onsite Foundation 
PO Box 90384
Nashville TN 37209

Phone: 615-323-3191

Board Members:
Miles Adcox: Onsite, Chairman and President of the Board of Directors
John Huie: CAA, Vice President of the Board of Directors
Crystal Miller: Philanthropist – Treasurer and Secretary of the Board of Directors 
Sunny Eaton: Trial Lawyer and Director of the Nashville District Attorney’s Conviction Review Unit

Deanna Wantz: Executive Director