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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

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

Gordon Jewish Community Center

Resource Title
Gordon Jewish Community Center
Source/Organization
Gordon Jewish Community Center
Description
The Gordon Jewish Community Center (GJCC) offers a variety of services, programs, and activities for the local Nashville community. The JCC has an on-site fitness center and offers exercise and nutrition & wellness classes. Activities such as card playing and book clubs, and meetings/outings specifically designed for senior citizens, provides opportunities for socialization with other members. A 24-hour/ 6 day a week transportation assistance program is also offered. Financial assistance is available to aid with membership costs.
Type of Service
Face to Face
Fee
Contact the center for fee information; financial assistance is available.
Address
801 Percy Warner Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37205
Phone Number
(615) 356-7170 
Date of Last Record Review
6/13/2019

Greater Nashville Regional Council Area Agency on Aging and Disability

Resource Title
Greater Nashville Regional Council Area Agency on Aging and Disability
Source/Organization
Greater Nashville Regional Council
Description
The Area Agency on Aging and Disability provides multiple services and programs for elder residents (age 60 and older) of Davidson and the surrounding 12 counties. Services include exercise acitivies at are senior centers, home-delivered meals, social programs, and transportation assistance for social and medical needs. A referral helpline is also available for assistance connecting to local agencies and helpful resources. The agency provides a program to aid with Medicare information.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
Service fees vary and some programs use a sliding income scale. Participants are not refused if unable to pay. Contact the organization for more information.
Address
501 Union Street, 6th Floor, Nashville, TN 37219-1705
Phone Number
Davidson County: (615) 862-8840
E-mail

Not Applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
6/13/2019

H.E.R.O. Program: Resources for Families Experiencing Homelessness

Resource Title
H.E.R.O. Program: Resources for Families Experiencing Homelessness
Source/Organization
Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS)
Description
Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) offers resources for families of students who are homeless or living in transitional housing. The H.E.R.O. Program helps these families find services to address their needs regarding obtaining legal documents, transportation, and food. Collaborations with external partners also provide families with resources for dental, medical, and mental health care.
Type of Service
Face to Face
Fee
No
Address
2601 Bransford Avenue, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone Number
(615) 259-8729
Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
10/11/2021

Homeless Services Program

Resource Title
Homeless Services Program
Source/Organization
Homeless Services Program
Description
Homeless Services Program assists individuals and families experiencing homelessness by providing case management to guide people to housing and employment and to connect clients to appropriate partnering agencies for a variety of social need services. The program also provides bus passes for specific purposes related to housing.
Type of Service
Face to Face
Fee
No
Address
700 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37210
Phone Number
(615) 862-5000
E-mail

Not Applicable

Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
1/18/2022

Martha O'Bryan Center

Resource Title
Martha O'Bryan Center
Source/Organization
Martha O'Bryan Center
Description
Martha O’Bryan Center offers programs and services for Nashville individuals and familes under economic burden. Programs include child and adult education (e.g. GED and college entrance), life skill preparations, technology skills, training for employment and job referrals, counseling for domestic violence and other life stressors, parenting education, development of social support networks, and crisis assistance related to food, utilities and other needs.
Type of Service
Face to Face
Fee
No
Address
711 S 7th St., Nashville, TN 37206
Phone Number
(615) 254-1791 x241
Targeted Population(s)
Date of Last Record Review
6/14/2019

Mental Health Cooperative (MHC)

Resource Title
Mental Health Cooperative (MHC)
Source/Organization
Mental Health Cooperative (MHC)
Description
The Mental Health Cooperative takes a holistic approach to treating and supporting individuals with mental illness, behavioral, and emotional disorders. MHC treats all age groups; treatment is outpatient-based and includes access to primary care facilities and a pharmacy. In-home and in-school programs are offered for children. Individual, group, and family therapy is offered. Mobile and telephone crisis services are available. MHC also offers substance abuse therapy for individuals with co-existing mental illness. Case Managers at MHC can provide assistance locating resources for housing, budget & financial needs, medical & dental care, employment, education, social support, and transportation options. Youth services include assistance with juvenile justice court.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
Contact the facility
Address
275 Cumberland Bend, Nashville, TN 37228
Phone Number
(615) 726-3340; Crisis Line (615) 726-0125
E-mail

Not Applicable

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

Metro Action Commission

Resource Title
Metro Action Commission
Source/Organization
Metro Action Commission
Description
Metropolitan Action Commission services include programs to help individuals and families with financial hardships gain economic stability. The Commission offers adult education programs, general equivalency degree (GED) preparation classes, and college application assistance. In addition to training and employment services, the Metropolitan Action Commission provides support for safe housing, including payment with electric and gas bills, rent, mortgage, property taxes, rental deposits, and medical prescriptions, and prescribed food/medical equipment. Also, meals for children are available throughout the year via the “Summer Food Service Program.”
Type of Service
Face-to-Face, Telephone
Fee
Not Applicable
Address
800 2nd Ave N., Nashville, TN 37201
Phone Number
(615) 862-8860
E-mail

Not Applicable

Date of Last Record Review
10/11/2021

Metro Social Services - Homeless Services

Resource Title
Metro Social Services - Homeless Services
Source/Organization
Metro Social Services
Description
This Metro Program assists homeless individuals aged 18 and older in locating housing, and finding employment. The program provides case managers who link individuals with social services such as counseling, life management skills, and senior nutrition. Services include bus passes for customers for the purpose of obtaining and maintaining housing and assistance in navigating the social services systems.
Type of Service
Face to Face, Telephone
Fee
No
Address
800 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201
Phone Number
(615) 880-2526
E-mail

Not Applicable

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