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Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center | 2229 Nashville Pike | Gallatin, TN 37066 | Phone: (615) 451-1717
Since 1987, the Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center (CCPC) has been providing resources and support for young women and families facing the challenges of an unplanned pregnancy. All services are free and available to everyone regardless of race, religion, age, or gender. No one in need would ever be turned away.
Fresh Start Resources |129 Walton Ferry Road | Hendersonville, TN 37075 | Phone: (615) 822-6772
FreshStart Resources exist to provide individuals and families with strategies for a healthier, happier life. We teach Biblical principles for living that develop healthier, happier, and more peaceful lifestyles. Founded in 1990, it was originally established to help families who were suffering from the debilitating effects of divorce, domestic violence and other destructive circumstances. Today FreshStart continues to develop innovative programs that are bringing help and healing to people with a variety of needs. The Bible is the primary authority and spiritual foundation for all the programs provided by FreshStart Resources.
Grace Place | P.O. Box 1771 | Hendersonville, TN 37077 | (615) 881-3976
Grace Place is a ministry that serves single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness. Their mission is to empower impoverished single mothers and their children toward developing healthy, safe, and independent lives in the local community.
Hendersonville Samaritan Association | 116 Dunn Street | Hendersonville, TN 37075 | Phone: (615) 824-7105
The idea of “Being a Good Samaritan” was originally put into practice by the Community Pastors Association in the mid ‘69s. In the fall of 1994, the Hendersonville Samaritan Association was formed by the Community Pastors Association (CPA). The purpose of HSA is to help families in need get through a crisis that is unusual to their lifestyle, and then to assist them in becoming self-sufficient.
Local Schools: Gene Brown Elementary | George Whitten Elementary
Gene W. Brown Elementary is located in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Built in 1956 as Hendersonville Elementary School, the school began its educational traditions under the leadership of the principal, Mr. Jack Anderson. Today, Gene Brown is home to approximately 450 students and 35 teachers.
George Whitten Elementary is located in Hendersonville, Tennessee. George Whiten mission is to provide a safe environment that is emotionally secure, academically challenging, and fosters social responsibility.
Meals on Wheels | 381 West Main Street | Hendersonville, TN 37075 | Phone: (615) 824-0811
The Home Bound Meals Program is an all-volunteer organization founded in 1982 to serve the elderly population of Hendersonville. The program provides ready-to-eat meals and personal contact to persons over 60 and to others unable to prepare hot nutritious meals for themselves. These meals meet US Standards set by the Human services for diabetics and other special needs of the recipients. In addition, the meals help homebound persons maintain dignity, restore and/or continue good health as well as to live their homes and long as possible.
Red Cross | 381 West main Street | Hendersonville, TN 37075 | Phone: (800) 733-2767
Since our founding by Clara Barton on May 21, 1881, the American Red Cross has been dedicated to serving people in need. The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Salvus Center | 556 Hartsville Pike | Gallatin, TN 37066 | Phone: (615) 451-0037
Salvus Center, founded in 2005, is a faith-based health center that seeks to reclaim the Biblical and historical commitment to care for those who are sick and in need so they might experience wholeness, wellness and healing. We provide medical and dental care to those in Sumner County who are working and have no medical insurance. This is a “hand-up” for those who are working every day to keep a roof over their head and food on the table. Patients pay a fee for their office visit, which is based on a sliding scale determined by family income and number of dependents in the home.
Our mission is to provide summer reading support for students at risk of the “Summer Slide”. S’More Campers focus on phonics, reading fluency, comprehension, and writing each day of our camp. Volunteers from local businesses, The Literacy Council, and Community Church read daily with students one on one.