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Tennessee Homeless Shelters

Select a Tennessee county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Tennessee Counties:

Davidson (5)
Hamilton (1)
Knox (2)
Shelby (5)
Sullivan (2)

Latest Update to Tennessee Homeless Shelters database:

Hope Haven Ministries
Kingsport, TN - 37660
(423) 246-6012

Hope Haven Ministries, Inc. is a Christian, interdenominational, non-profit ministry that reaches out to homeless men, women and children who may be impoverished economically, educationally, emotionally and/or spiritually. We offer emergency shelter – safe, clean, temporary housing for those in distress. You have the opportunity here for a new start on life and a place to experience God's love.

Haven Of Rest Rescue Mission - Haven Lighthouse (for Men)
Bristol, TN - 37620
(423) 968-2011

The Haven Lighthouse is a Biblically-based Program with 20 beds for men with life-controlling problems like alcohol and drug addiction. The Program is very structured and lasts for about 9 months. An additional 3 months may be approved. The Haven Lighthouse is a non-tobacco Program and residents are not allowed to use tobacco products at any time. Other restrictions or limitations include restricted use of cell phones, not leaving the camus without a chaperone, and no private vehicles. The Program includes sturctured classes, counseling, a support group, work therapy and training and church participation.

Knox Area Rescue Ministries - Men's And Women's Residential
Knoxville, TN - 37917
(865) 673-6540

KARM's residential recovery programs help individuals confront the root causes of their homelessness and addictions.  In the 12-18 month Biblically-based recovery training  participants receive spiritual support, case management and counseling, which help them build a relationship with the Master Healer and position them for success

Knox Area Rescue Ministries - Families
Knoxville, TN - 37917
(865) 673-6540

Knox Area Rescue Ministries provides daily for those most vulnerable and desperate among us, first supplying rescue services of food and shelter, then healthy, supportive relationships, and ultimately restoration, including job-training opportunities.

Memphis Union Mission - Wright Transitional House (for Men)
Memphis, TN - 38111
(901) 526-8434

Memphis Union Mission's administrative offices and the Wright Transitional House are located at 170 Tillman (just north of the intersection of Walnut Grove and Tillman).

Nashville Rescue Mission - Barnabse House (for Men)
Nashville, TN - 37203
(615) 255-2475

If you suffer from addiction, abuse or some other life-debilitating situation and would like to make a lasting life change, you are invited to join our Life Recovery Program. Once you have completed the introduction phase, formally known as “Gateway” you are officially enrolled and will begin your journey through the program’s five phases. While working through each phase, you will gain the skills, stability and self-esteem necessary to become a productive, self-sufficient member of society. Please be advised that this program involves a commitment to spiritual and emotional counseling, life skills, education, Bible study and work therapy, all designed to help you reach the program goal.

Nashville Rescue Mission - Anchor Home (for Men Ages 18 To 24)
Nashville, TN - 37203
(615) 255-2475

The men’s life-recovery program uses a Christ-centered approach to helping men 18 and over resolve personal problems and chemical addictions. During his time in the program, a man will receive Christian counseling, participate in work therapy, learn how to heal from past wounds and develop new and healthy ways of coping. He will also get the chance to study the Bible and participate in the education program to improve his academic and employment skills or obtain his GED. A life-recovery graduate contributes to the community by finding gainful employment and moving into stable housing. More importantly, a man is made spiritually whole, with many years ahead to build and grow God’s kingdom. After graduating, men also have the opportunity to move into the Mission’s transitional housing until they are able to get back on their feet and find permanent housing. More information and requirements are below.

Nashville Rescue Mission - Hope Center (for Women & Children)
Nashville, TN - 37208
(615) 255-2475

Women who are homeless, abused or chemically dependent can find refuge, safety and healing at the Nashville Rescue Mission. During her stay, a woman will receive Christian counseling, including one-on-one as well as group sessions, learn how to heal from past wounds and open up to new, healthy relationships. She will also have an opportunity to study the Bible and participate in the education program in order to improve her academic and employment skills or obtain her GED.Mothers are also taught good parenting techniques. Bright colors, open spaces and play areas help kids regain their childhood. Each woman and her children enjoy time together where they can establish a feeling of safety and a sense “home.” After graduating, women have the opportunity to move into the Mission’s transitional housing until they are able to get back on their feet and find permanent housing.

Memphis Union Mission - Work Program (for Men)
Memphis, TN - 38105
(901) 526-8434

According to a study by Partners for the Homeless, over 65 percent of the homeless in Memphis are admitted substance abusers.That is why it is critical to provide the means for homeless men to overcome the various addictions that hold them in bondage.

Memphis Union Mission - Moriah House (for Women & Children)
Memphis, TN - 38101
(901) 526-8403

Women whose lives have been shattered by domestic abuse, depression, drug and alcohol abuse, and prostitution can receive wholeness and restoration at Moriah House. Moriah House is Memphis Union Mission's long-term recovery program for women and their children. This ministry accepts up to 15 women and their children and accommodates them in individual suites with private baths

Memphis Union Mission - Intact Homeless Family Program
Memphis, TN - 38101
(901) 526-8403

Located near Shelby Forest, the Intact Homeless Family Program provides short-term transitional housing for homeless families.

Chattanooga Room In The Inn (for Women & Children)
Chattanooga, TN - 37404
(423) 624-6144

Chattanooga Room in the Inn (CRITI) is a three to nine month residential program for homeless women and children. Services provided at CRITI are free of charge and include transitional housing, three meals a day, access to affordable or free health care, life skills training, parenting classes, mentoring, assistance with finding affordable housing, and case management services. This program allows the women and their children to find stability and thereby increase their opportunities and chances for independence when they leave the program

Memphis Family Shelter (for Women & Children)
Memphis, TN - 38122
(901) 278-2728

Memphis Family Shelter provides transitional housing and supportive services for homeless mothers and their children. Mothers and children live together in a safe and caring environment while they work to achieve independent living. Mothers achieve their goals through participation in a careful and well rounded learning program.

Safe Haven Family Shelter
Nashville, TN - 37210
(615) 256-8195

The Shelter Program is designed to give families the tools necessary to achieve lasting self-sufficiency, stable employment and secured housing.

Theyw - Emergency Shelter (for Women & Children)
Nashville, TN - 37215
(615) 269-9922
The Chattanooga Rescue Mission
Chattanooga, TN - 37404
(423) 756-3126

Temporary, emergency, overnight only shelter. 5:00 p.m. - 5:50 a.m.  Need ID

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