For true emergencies, call 911.
The Campus of Human Development
For the last seven years, the Campus has been providing services to those most in need in the greater Nashville area. The Campus is an interfaith/ecumenical organization rooted in over 200 communities of faith. In assessing the needs of the homeless, these communities have a unique perspective, one that is different from government and corporations. We have a mission; a vision about humanity that is vested in a concern that we boldly claim is divine.
Neighborhood Resource Center
United Way- Family Resource Center
United Way supports a network of neighborhood Family Resource Centers that are committed to increasing the well-being of children and families. Each Family Resource Center is a partnership of health and social service providers, residents, schools, businesses and faith-based organizations, all working together to build on the strengths and address the needs of the neighborhood.
Nashville Electric Service
Main Office, 1214 Church St., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Friday
North Nashville Office, Ninth Avenue and Monroe Street, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Friday
Metro Action Commission
1624 Fifth Ave. N.
Middle Tennessee Electric "Project Help"
Middle Tennessee Electric operates a "Project Help" program administered through different organizations in Wilson, Rutherford, Williamson and Cannon counties.
Second Harvest Food Bank
If you or someone you know is in need of emergency food assistance, Second Harvest can help. Please call them at 615-329- 3491, and they will direct you to an Emergency Food Box site near you.