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NPT's latest documentary Aging Matters: Unhoused examines a stark reality – homelessness is on the rise in Nashville, with an alarming 11% increase witnessed between 2022 and 2023. 

As we confront this pressing challenge, we invite you to be a part of the solution. Our Unhoused Resource Hub serves as a beacon of hope and practical support for those eager to make a difference. 

Explore this evolving space to discover valuable information, assistance programs, and ways to contribute, ensuring that together, we can combat homelessness and build a more compassionate and resilient Nashville.

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United Way of Greater Nashville

United Way’s 211 Helpline

The 211 network in the United States responds to more than 20 million requests for help every year. Most calls, web chats, and text messages are from people looking for help meeting basic needs like housing, food, transportation, and health care.

To call, dial 211.

To text, send your zip code to 898-211

To chat, go to 211CHAT.ORG

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The Contributor is a bi-weekly street newspaper published in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Village at Glencliff is a new community created to give people experiencing homelessness a dignified, loving, and hospitable place of rest after hospitalization.

The Mobile Housing Navigation Center was created as a partnership of the Metro Nashville Homeless Impact Division, Community Care Fellowship, Bellevue United Methodist Church, and City Road Chapel UMC.

Open Table Nashville is a non-profit, interfaith community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness.

The Beat is a neighborhood outreach and advocacy organization founded by longtime Nashville resident and nationally recognized songwriter Darrin Bradbury.

The UCSF Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative (BHHI) provides accurate, timely, policy-oriented research about homelessness for local, state, and national policymakers and practitioners.

A.W.A.K.E. Nashville is a non-profit organization that advocates for senior members of the community who have limited resources and cannot advocate for themselves.

People Loving Nashville shares love and dignity with the unhoused & most vulnerable of Nashville by bringing relief, community, connection, and restoration. 

ShowerUp serves those experiencing homelessness and anyone in need by providing mobile showers, hygiene resources, and personal care.

Room in the Inn provides programs that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help and work, centered in community and long term support for those who call the streets of Nashville home.

Nashville Rescue Mission is committed to helping those who are hungry, hurting, and experiencing homelessness by providing programs and services that focus on a person’s entire life—physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social.

Operation Stand Down Tennessee is the only comprehensive Veteran-serving agency in middle Tennessee connecting Veterans with careers, community, and crisis services.

Park Center’s Homeless Outreach team serves the needs of people experiencing a housing crisis, particularly those who have mental illness and substance use disorders.

The mission of the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency is to create quality affordable housing opportunities, support neighborhoods, strengthen communities and help build a greater Nashville.

Nashville General Hospital works to improve the health and wellness of the Nashville community by providing equitable access to comprehensive, coordinated, patient-centered care.