The HELP Center - Corporate Office/East Nashville

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contact information

Phone: 615-750-2145

Hours: Open

Mon - Fri 11:30 AM - 6:00 PM (EDT)

Sat Closed

Sun Closed


Email: [email protected]

NTEE Code: P80: Centers to Support the Independence of Specific Populations


The mission of The HELP Center is to provide ex-offenders, offenders, low income individuals support to restructure their lives and achieve success with counseling, educational, employment, and supportive services.


The HELP Housing Program: The HELP Center aspires to provide a housing stipend, The HELP Housing Program, to offenders and ex-offenders, who are in need of financial assistance with deposits for transitional housing in the Middle Tennessee area. The HELP Center Food Pantry: Our primary mission of The HELP Center Food Pantry is to provide emergency food for the working hardship; to act as a stop gap in times of crisis, such as illness, injury, abandonment, and so forth; and to assist people awaiting their food stamps. The mission of The Help Center’s New Hope Counseling Service is to provide a professional and confidential setting for the psychological, emotional, and developmental support of individuals as they pursue goals and explore personal growth, and act as a resource for staff to assist with their interactions with clients. Pathways to Employability: Aware of reducing recidivism requires a holistic approach to support the diverse needs of job seekers, their families and their communities. The HELP Center solutions include a variety of case management, employment, training, and economic development programs that help individuals achieve self-sufficiency and meet the needs of local employers.


Services Offered

  • Addiction & Recovery Services
  • Counseling
  • Food Banks/Pantries
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Job Training
  • Low-Income & Subsidized Rental
  • Rehabilitation & Reentry Services
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Supportive Housing
  • Vocational & Technical

Populations Served

  • Adults
  • Economically Disadvantaged People
  • Formerly Incarcerated People

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