Shelby County transitional housing programs.

Find information on Shelby County Tennessee housing resources. Various programs, including shelter and transitional apartments and homes, are available for families facing imminent eviction. Those residents that are currently homeless can also possibly get help from several different non-profits and government resources.

Only a small number of income qualified families, seniors, or individuals can receive assistance. The main reason being the very high demand for low income housing in the Memphis area. Also please note that most of the agencies will require participants to attend case management, get a job, and achieve self-sufficiency.

Some of the leading housing resources are below. If a center can't meet your needs then they may offer referrals or other forms of support. This can include assistance in applying for public benefits (such as section 8 housing vouchers), information on job training, and anti-poverty measures. Many agencies can also help the currently homeless find an emergency shelter and get rehoused.

Agape Child and Family Services
Address: 111 Racine St.
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
Telephone - (901) 323-3600
Pregnant women may enroll into the Families in Transitional (FIT) housing program. This is offered in several Memphis neighborhoods. In addition to shelters and transition housing, women may access counseling, mentoring, case management, and life skill classes.

Alpha Omega Veterans Services
1183 Madison Ave
Memphis, TN 38104
Telephone - (901) 726-5066
The non-profit can offer both short term transitional and also permanent supportive housing for homeless female and male military members and veterans with dual diagnosis. A ninety-day assistance program provided includes free shelter, meals, counseling, and clothing. Terminally ill or convalescent male veterans can also look into a resource known as Life House.

 

 

 

Buffalo Valley, Inc.
Main address: 717 Cumberland Dr.
Clarksville, Tennessee 37040
(931) 645-9038
Numerous services are part of Homeless No More. This includes case management, transitional and permanent housing, eviction prevention and more for veterans through VA Hospital referral.
Another office is at 501 Park Ave S, Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462, call (931) 796-2766.

Homeless families and the low income in Lewisburg Tennessee can also benefit from the Homeless No More program. The phone number is (931) 359-3052.

Dorothy Day House of Hospitality
1429 Poplar Ave
Memphis, Tennessee 38104
Main number is (901) 725-2714
The organization provides temporary, low income housing and support services for a small number of intact homeless families in Shelby County.

Her Faith Ministries
3396 Park Ave
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
Phone: (901) 324-3705
Housing for Homeless Women with children and for single women in the community. Employment and other social services are available too.

Lighthouse Mission Ministries
Address: 3630 Jackson Ave.
Memphis, TN 38108
Call (901) 382-8106 for intake.

Memphis Family Shelter
PO Box 22891
Memphis, Tennessee 38122
Telephone - (901) 260-4663
Offers transitional housing, temporary shelter, case management, and other supportive services. The focus is on meeting housing needs and also ensuring self-sufficiency. Assistance is for single mothers and their children in Shelby County. Employment or the ability/desire to work is required.

Memphis Union Mission - Intact Family Shelter
Address: 4535 Benjestown Rd
Memphis, TN 38127
(901) 357-9641

Memphis Veterans Admin Medical Center
1030 Jefferson Ave
Memphis, Tennessee 38104
Dial - (901) 523-8990
The center works with other regional Shelby County non-profits including Alpha Omega, Barron Heights and CAAP. They offer housing solutions and case management to homeless veterans. Accommodations are offered in a dormitory style. Also receive free meals and referrals to government and public low income homes and apartments.

Mission Global Ministries
Address: 898 S Third St.
Memphis, Tennessee 38106
Call (901) 948-8111 for intake.

 

 

 

 

Women's Transitional Shelter (Mission Global Ministries)
1600 S Lauderdale St.
Memphis, Tennessee 38106
(901) 948-9333

New Transitions, INC.
Main address - 698 Cheyenne Blvd.
Madison, TN 37115
Main number - (615) 810-9851

Salvation Army - Memphis
696 Jackson Ave
Memphis, Tennessee 38105
Main phone - (901) 543-8586
A main resource is known as Purdue Center of Hope - Renewal Place. The Memphis center will provide two-year transitional housing program with rehabilitation program and substance abuse treatment for women over the age of 17. Also receive intensive case management, help in finding employment and affordable housing, GED preparation, health care and more.

Second Step Family Crisis Center - Joy House Transitional Housing
Main address is PO BOX 281
Ripley, Tennessee 38063
Telephone - (731) 635-2138

Shelby County CSA
3772 S Hickory Ridge Mall, #516
Hickory Ridge Mall
Memphis, TN 38115
(901) 222-4200
Mostly referrals and information is offered. The community action agency will connects homeless people and those facing eviction in Shelby County Tennessee to local and national housing resources. This can include section 8. There are also services for the chronically homeless and one for persons who are HIV positive. So a number of housing services are available.

 

 

 

Memphis Day Shelter
83 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38105
(901)525-8626

Trinity Community Coalition Outreach
425 W Peebles Rd
Memphis, TN 38109
Telephone - (901) 786-1220
The location can provide dormitory-style, low income housing for up to 90 days for ex-offenders. Some resources may be offered for other Shelby County residents as well.

Wright Transitional House
Address - 170 Tillman
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
Phone – 526-8403
Assistance available includes emergency shelter, long-term recovery for abused women, long-term drug/alcohol rehabilitation for men, and other forms of transitional housing for families.

 

 

 

 

 

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