Safety

Disabled American Veterans (Nashville TN Chapter)

Resource Title
Disabled American Veterans (Nashville TN Chapter)
Source/Organization
Disabled American Veterans
Description
DAV offers a range of physical, emotional, and financial services for veterans and their families. In addition to informing veterans of the government services available to them, DAV assists in providing transportation, housing, and employment. During times of crisis and disaster, DAV's Disaster Relief Program can provide assistance for food, clothing, safety, and temporary shelter needs.
Type of Service
Face to Face
Fee
No
Address
110 9th Avenue South, Suite A - 308 Nashville, TN 37203
Phone Number
(615) 695-6384
E-mail

Not Applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
4/28/2017

Domestic Violence Division

Resource Title
Domestic Violence Division
Source/Organization
Metro Nashville Police Department
Description
The Domestic Violence Division of the Nashville Police Department provides intervention, counseling, and advocacy services to victims of domestic abuse and family members effected by it. The Division also engages in community outreach to raise awareness about domestic violence and educate the public about resources available to victims. The Division mans a 24-hour crisis hotline.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No
Address
811 Second Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37210
Phone Number
8am-10pm: (615) 880-3000 or after 10pm: (615) 862-8600
E-mail

Not Applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
10/11/2021

FiftyForward

Resource Title
FiftyForward
Source/Organization
FiftyForward
Description
FiftyFoward addresses the social, supportive, and nutritional needs of adults aged 50 and older. Services include a licensed adult daycare, meals on wheels food distribution, supportive services related to daily life, in-home social services, and group travel and entertainment outings. Programs are also available to offer assistance with housing, safety and domestic violence, transportation, and substance abuse counseling.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No
Address
174 Rains Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone Number
(615) 743-3400
Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
6/13/2019

Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County Office of Family Safety

Resource Title
Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County Office of Family Safety
Source/Organization
Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson
Description
The Family Safety Center provides resources for several safety-related concerns (e.g., domestic violence, burglary victim information, safe walking tips). The Center provides many free and confidential services in areas such as safety planning, danger assessment, orders of protection, counseling, and crisis intervention. Help is also available for emergency food assistance, shelter/housing assistance, and children's services.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No
Address
610 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37210
Phone Number
615-880-1100
Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
10/11/2021

Monroe Harding

Resource Title
Monroe Harding
Source/Organization
Monroe Harding
Description
Targeted at young men and women, ages 16 - 26, who have aged out of foster care or state custody, Monroe Harding provides programs that aid in finding housing, employment and the development of life skills. GED preparation, college planning, and therapy for trauma-related life experiences are also provided.
Type of Service
Face to Face
Fee
No
Address
1 Vantage Way Suite C-165 Nashville, TN 37228
Phone Number
(615) 298-5573
E-mail

Not Applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
6/17/2019

Morning Star Sanctuary Inc.

Resource Title
Morning Star Sanctuary Inc.
Source/Organization
Morning Star Sanctuary Inc.
Description
Morning Star provides refuge for victims of domestic violence – both women and their children. In addition to emergency shelter, Morning Star offers counseling, referrals to community resources, legal/court advocacy, and support groups. Emergency shelter is available and residents are provided with basic food, clothing, transportation, and safety needs.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No
Address
P.O. Box 568, Madison, TN 37116-0568
Phone Number
24-Hour Crisis Line: (615) 860-0003; Madison, TN location: (615) 860-0188; Office (615) 860-5214
E-mail

Not Applicable

Map

Not applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
6/17/2019

Oasis Center

Resource Title
Oasis Center
Source/Organization
Oasis Center
Description
The Oasis Center provides services for homeless or run-away youths with food, self-care facilities, assistance finding lodgings, counseling, transportation, assistance preparing for college, job support, as well as teen support for personal growth. The Oasis Center also liaises with other agencies to support overcoming drug abuse. The R.E.A.L. Program addresses youth in the juvenile justice system. The Oasis Center also offers a 24-hour crisis hotline.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No fee for outreach and residential program clients; payment based on a sliding scale for the public.
Address
1704 Charlotte Avenue, Suite 200 Nashville, TN 37203
Phone Number
(615) 327-4455
E-mail

Not Applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
6/19/2019

YWCA Domestic Abuse Center

Resource Title
YWCA - Weaver Domestic Abuse Center
Source/Organization
YWCA Shelter
Description
The YWCA Domestic Violence Center provides emergency safe housing(maximum 45 days), counseling and support to women victims and their children. Men who are victims are afforded housing through a referral source. Case managers help women locate the community resources they need. The Center also engages in community outreach to educate and raise awareness about domestic abuse. The Center maintains a 24-hour crisis hotline.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No
Address
1608 Woodmont Boulevard Nashville, TN 37215
Phone Number
(615) 269-9922; 24-Hour Crisis & Support Line:1-800-334-4628
Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
7/2/2019