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Avalon Center
196 Tenth Street
Crossville, TN 38555
​Office: (931) 456-0747
Office Fax: (931) 787-1057
24/7 Crisis line: 1-800-641-3434

Web-site: www.avaloncentertn.org

Programs and Services:

  • 24 Hour Crisis-Line and Emergency Shelter Support Group 
  • Counseling Legal Services
  • Abuse Intervention for Men Child & Youth Program

Our highly trained, trauma informed advocates are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide emergency assistance, support, options, information, education, safety planning, and a safe haven for victims of violence. Our crisis line is available 365 days a year and while our shelter availability is based upon bed openings, even if we are full we will still assist you on finding another shelter location that has availability.

Cookeville Rescue Mission
1331 South Jefferson Avenue
Cookeville, TN 38506
Phone: (931) 528-5819
Web-site: www.cookevillerescuemission.org

Programs and Services:

Meeting an Immediate Need

Cookeville Rescue Mission offers temporary emergency shelter to anyone who has need.

We’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year, including holidays, and provide regular meals, along with a devotional at 7 p.m. each evening and church services on Sunday. While our residents are here, we try to connect them with various local agencies that can provide housing assistance, job placement, health services and other social services.

We offer the following programs and facilities:

  • Three-day program For single males needing a clean place to stay for a few days
  • 30-day program For single males who have found a job and need a place to stay until they can accumulate enough money to move out or travel on to Lighthouse Family Lodge
  • Provides emergency housing for entire families
  • Ladies’ Dorm Located in the Family Lodge; a safe place for single ladies
  • Residents have access to a laundry room and a hair salon and are offered free dental care through our in-house dental clinic. 

-We also offer residents the opportunity to generate immediate income as day laborers in      our local community.

Cumberland County Health Department
1503 S Main St
Crossville, TN 38555
Phone: 931-484-6096
Hours: M-F 7:30 – 4:00

Programs and Services:

  • Primary Health Care
  • WIC (Woman, Infants and CHildren) Nutrition Program
  • Vaccinations
  • Diabetes Counseling
  • Pre-natal Healthcare
  • Dental Care
  • Breastfeeding Support

Cumberland County 4-H
Crystal Leeann Blankenship
Extension Agent I
Cumberland County
Phone: 931 484 6743
Email: cblanke3@utk.edu
Web-site: https://extension.tennessee.edu/Cumberland/Pages/4-H-Youth.aspx 

Programs and Services:

4-H is a unique educational program for students in elementary through high school. It encourages diverse groups of youth to develop their skills and talents to the fullest. As 4-H’ers, youth actively participate in activities, events and projects that develop and strengthen life skills. 4-H is open to everyone.

Each county has exciting and fun programs! 

Fair Park Senior Center
1433 Livingston Road
Crossville TN 38571
Office  931-484-7416
fpsctn@yahoo.com
Web-site:  www.fairparkseniorcenter.org

Programs and Services:

  • Van Trips
  • Senior Olympics
  • Daily Activities
  • Educational Classes
  • Active (Exercise) Classes

Homeless Advocacy for Rural Tennessee
Phone: 931-484-7020
Hotline: 844-556-7626
P.O. Box 3311
Crossville, TN 38557
Web-site: www.hartn.org

Programs and Services:

  • Perminant Housing
  • Transitional Housing 
  • Emergency Shelters

House of Hope
165 Bob Tollett Loop
Crossville, TN 38555
Phone: (931)707-2273
Program Director: Denise Melton
Web-site:  www.houseofhopetn.org

Programs and Services:

With the increasing removals of children from drug-endangered atmospheres, abuse and neglect, there needed to be a safe place for these children to stay until placement in foster care or relative care could be found.  Since the emotional effect of the situation on the children was devastating enough to have their world torn upside down, a desire to make the transition less traumatic was imminent.  Before 2002, these children either stayed with law enforcement officers or at the DCS office and placements could take up to 24 hours.  The House of Hope was created as a safe haven for these children during this transition.

The full functioning home encompasses loving staff and volunteers, meals, baths, play areas and anything to meet the needs of the children that come.  We are available 24/7, 7 days per week.

Kids On the Rise
Pam Burris, director
348 Taylor Street, suite 102
Crossville, TN 38555
PHONE: 931-459-2388
Web-site: www.kidsontherise.org

Programs and Services:

  • Help students stay in school.
  • Help improve a student’s self-esteem.
  • Help students reach their full potential.
  • Mentoring program.

Plateau Pregnancy Services
Phone: 931-200-7022
99 Walker Hill Street
Crossville, TN 38555
Program Director: Sheri Nichols
Web:   www.plateaupregnancyservices.com

 

Programs and Services:

  • Free pregnancy testing
  • Complete and Accurate Information about all pregnancy options available
  • Confidential and Compassionate Care
  • Material assistance with items such as diapers, wipes, formula, baby furniture, bottles, diaper bags, clothing from newborn-2T, home made quilts and blankets
  • Parenting, CPR, healthy pregnancy, and labor & delivery classes and education
  • Assistance getting connected to other resources available in our community

Education on the following topics:

  • Birth Control and condoms STDs
  • Pregnancy Abortion
  • Sexting Porn
  • Drugs and alcohol Self esteem issues
  • The differences between guys and girls brains, and how we think
  • Dating and relationship skills

Second Harvest Food Bank
136 Harvest Lane
Maryville, TN 37801
Phone: 865-521-0000
Web-site: https://secondharvestetn.org

Programs and Services:

Second Harvest Food Bank’s mission is to lead the community in the fight to end hunger. It is the East Tennessee region’s largest hunger-relief charity, operating programs in 18 counties. The food bank secures and distributes more than 18 million pounds of food and grocery products annually through a network of over 550 partnering nonprofit organizations such as food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters and schools.

  • Mobile Pantry
  • Nutrition Education
  • Food Bank
  • Senior Outreach
  • Kids SUmmer Food Program

The Compasionate Friends
Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church
Crossville, TN 38558
Phone: 931-287-0042 Sharon Saferite
Phone: 931-510-2602 Sharon Mellard

Programs and Services:

  • Bereavement Support  
  • Specialty – loss of child

Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency
73 Methodist Campground Loop
Crossville, Tennessee 38555
Phone: (931) 456-0691
Fax: (931) 456-6641
Coordinator: Norm Dukes
Email: ndukes@uchra.com 

Web-site: uchra.com

Programs and Services:

  • Adult Community Corrections Program
  • Adult Protective Service (APS) Homemaker
  • CASA – Court Appointed Special Advocate
  • CATS – Cookeville Area Transit System
  • CHANCE Residential Centers 
  • Child & Adult Care Food Program
  • Commodities (Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program
  • DUI School
  • Emergency Services Program 
  • Ensure
  • Homemaker Aide Program & Elderly Chore Service
  • Home Modifications for the Elderly and Disabled
  • Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
  • Information and Referral Services
  • Job Access Program
  • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
  • Nutrition Program for Older Adults & Adults with Disabilities 
  • Personal Care Services
  • Rural Commuter Van Pool Program
  • Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership
  • Title V, Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
  • UCHRA Public Transportation Services
  • Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA): Youth
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA): Adult
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA): Dislocated Worker

United Fund of Cumberland County
348 Taylor Street Suite 101
Crossville, TN 38555
Phone: 931-484-4082
Program Director: 

Web-site: www.cumberlandunitedfund.org

Programs and Services:

Since 1966 the United Fund has been raising money that helps the homeless, the hungry, adult and child victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in addition to many other causes. All money contributed to the United Fund will be used to support organizations in Cumberland County.  Last year alone the United Fund was able to provide over

$400,000 of support to organizations in the community.

Village Behavioral Health
2431 Jones Bend Road
Louisville, TN 37777
Phone: 865-970-1262
Program Director: LaDonna Booker

Web-site: www.villageBH.com

Programs and Services:

Village Behavioral Health specializes in helping children, ages 13-17, who are struggling with mental health and/or addiction issues.  We are a residential treatment center and alcohol and drug treatment center with a strong academic program addressing the emotional and educational needs of the child. Below are the treatment modalities incorporated into our programming.

  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Therapy
  • Life Skils
  • Residential Treatment

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