Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health Resource Finder

This directory was created in Spring 2017 as part of the Center for Knowledge Management (CKM)’s research into the social needs of a population of local community health center patients. Resources in the directory can be searched by health determinant domain, targeted population, and title keywords. For more information, visit CKM's Social and Behavioral Determinants Research website.

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Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Priest Lake Family and Women's Health Center
Targeted Population(s):
Adolescents, Adults, Children, Women
Description:
Priest Lake Clinic provides primary care services, pediatrics, social work services, preventive care, social work services, and integrated behavioral health for the uninsured or those with little financial means. Urgent care services are also offered. Fees for prescriptions and onsite lab tests are on a sliding scale of payment and may be free of charge. The clinic is part of the University Community Health Services network.
Domain(s):
Material Needs - Dental, Medical/Medicine, Vision, Insurance, Smoking, Depression
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Project Return
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Men, Women
Description:
Project Return assists people who have been incarcerated to enter back into the community. The Project offers job preparedness classes, assistance with job searches, help keeping employment, help with housing, and provides an environment for transitional employment. The Program Services team can provide assistance to individuals with utilities, medical and dental services, substance abuse services, counseling, child care, voting rights analysis, identification documentation, food, clothing, bus passes, transportation services, and child support services.
Domain(s):
Employment, Housing, Incarceration, Social Support, Transportation, Material Needs - Dental, Medical/Medicine, Vision, Material Needs - Utilities, Material Needs - General, Material Needs - Food, Material Needs - Clothing, Substance abuse
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Source/Organization:
Lloyd C. Elam Mental Health Center at Meharry Medical College
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Women
Description:
The Rainbow Program offers inpatient and outpatient treatment for pregnant or postpartum women trying to overcome drug or alcohol addiction. To supplement the rehabilitation services, the program also provides a multitude of additional service assistance including housing, mental health management, child care, food, clothing, shelter referrals, transportation, and family counseling. The program is particularly sensitive to the needs of minority women who may face cultural and language barriers.
Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Depression, Housing, Language, Material Needs - Child Care, Material Needs - Clothing, Material Needs - Food, Personal Finances, Race/Ethnicity, Social Support, Transportation, Substance abuse
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Source/Organization:
Renewal House Inc.
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Children, Women
Description:
Renewal House, Inc. provides women inpatient and outpatient licensed treatment programs to address alcohol and drug addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. With special services for pregnant and postpartum women, this gender-specific program also allows children to accompany their mothers. Renewal House offers affordable recovery housing for women and their children that qualify (must be 6 months in recovery, income verification). Renewal house also offers parenting and other life skills classes (e.g. GED preparation, personal finance management). Transporation is available for individuals within Davidson County.

Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Depression, Education, Employment, Housing, Social Support, Substance abuse
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Ronald McDonald House
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Children, Families, Men, Women
Description:
The Ronald McDonald House Charities has two facilities in Nashville. The House is open year round and lodges families of hospitalized children on a needs basis. Families must be referred by a social worker. The Family Room at Vanderbilt’s Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital provides a home-like setting for families of the Children’s Hospital. Meals and laundry facilities are provided for all residents. The homes include a playroom, a teen game room, and emotional support from staff. A weekday shuttle is available from the Monroe Carrell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Domain(s):
Housing, Material Needs - Food, Personal Finances, Social Support, Transportation
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Room in the Inn
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Children, Families, Men, Women
Description:
Geared toward homeless men, women and families, the Room in the Inn offers short- and long-term assistance with shelter, food, transportation, as well as educational opportunities to prepare clients to enter the workforce and equip them with life skills. This organization also offers crisis rent and utility deposit assistance, education and referrals to address alcohol and drug dependency, counseling, telephone/internet access, social support, and services for veterans.
Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Depression, Education, Employment, Housing, Incarceration, Material Needs - Food, Material Needs - Clothing, Material Needs - Phone, Personal Finances, Social Support, Transportation, Veterans, Material Needs - Dental, Medical/Medicine, Vision, Substance abuse
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Source/Organization:
Saltwagon Clinic at Meharry
Targeted Population(s):
Adolescents, Adults, Children, Men, Women
Description:
Saltwagon clinic at Meharry is a free clinic run by Meharry students under the supervision of faculty physicians at Meharry Medical College to provide free, high-quality medical care to the underserved. It is open Thursdays 6pm to 8:30pm.
Domain(s):
Personal Finances, Material Needs - Dental, Medical/Medicine, Vision
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Samaritan Ministries
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Men, Women
Description:
Under the auspices of the Temple Church, Samaritan Ministries offers food (including hot lunches), clothing and referrals to social services for people in need. The ACTS Counseling Center offers support for personal finances, family/relationships, grief, education, career, substance abuse, couples support and more.
Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Education, Employment, Material Needs - Clothing, Material Needs - Food, Personal Finances, Social Support, Stress, Substance abuse
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Samaritan Ministries
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Men, Women
Description:
A branch of Samaritan Ministries, the ACTS Counseling Center offers support for personal finances, family/relationships, grief, education, career, substance abuse, couples support and more.
Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Education, Employment, Personal Finances, Social Support, Stress, Substance abuse
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Source/Organization:
Samaritan Recovery Community
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Men, Women
Description:
As a United Way member agency, Samaritan Recovery offers inpatient and outpatient clinical and psychological services for addiction and co-occurring conditions. Additionally, transitional housing is offered at the Bridgeway Crossings Apartments. Other services include a DUI school, family counseling, and job readiness. The Temple Church strives to promote an environment of racial harmony and unity.
Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Depression, Employment, Housing, Insurance, Substance abuse
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Source/Organization:
Second Harvest Food Bank
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Families, Men, Women, Children, Elderly
Description:
Working with partner agencies, Second Harvest serves low-income families, the unemployed, immigrants, veterans, seniors and those receiving supplemental nutrition assistance. Second Harvest offers emergency food boxes, a mobile pantry, meals for students at schools and more
Domain(s):
Material Needs - Food
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Senior Ride Nashville
Targeted Population(s):
Elderly, Adults
Description:
Senior Ride Nashville was created in 2016 by the Council for Aging of Middle Tennessee and the Senior Transportation Leadership Coalition with the goal of connecting and empowering older adults. Available for individuals 60 years old and over that reside in Davidson County. Ride requests must be made at least 7 days in advance, due to rides being provided by volunteer drivers. Riders may use a transport chair, walker, or portable oxygen tank. Use of this equipment should be noted at the time of ride scheduling, to ensure volunteers have space in their car.
Domain(s):
Transportation, Social Support
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Shade Tree Family Clinic
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Men, Women
Description:
Staffed by Vanderbilt University Medical School students, Shade Tree provides free medical, laboratory, social work, and pharmacy services to people who are uninsured or underinsured. Specialty services include cardiology, gynecology, support groups for diabetics, a weekly weight management program, smoking cessation education, and more. The Clinic assists with dental referrals and prenatal care.
Domain(s):
Exercise, Smoking, Material Needs - Dental, Medical/Medicine, Vision, Education, Social Support
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Siloam Family Health Center
Targeted Population(s):
Adolescents, Adults, Children, Men, Women
Description:
Siloam Family Health Center is a faith-based health clinic targeting individuals who are uninsured or underinsured, and the "culturally marginalized". Services span primary healthcare, behavioral healthcare, and social work. The Center partners with other local educational institutions, healthcare organizations, and churches. Translators are available to facilitate communication. with affordable, quality primary medical care. The clinic offers refugee medical screening.
Domain(s):
Language, Refugees, Material Needs - Dental, Medical/Medicine, Vision, Education
Resource Title:
Source/Organization:
Solutions Retreat Inc.
Targeted Population(s):
Adults, Men
Description:
Solutions Retreat Inc. is a residential substance abuse recovery facility for men. Solutions Retreat Inc. provides individuals with resources to help them identify and address addiction through a range of active experiences to help cope with alcoholism.
Domain(s):
Alcohol Use, Housing, Insurance, Transportation, Substance abuse