Tennessee Women's Shelters
Welcome to our Tennessee page. We provide listings of shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and women's residential services.
On the lower right we have listed all of the cities in Tennessee where we have shelters. Search using the list on the right or using our search box below. Where possible we found other services such as government and non profit agencies to help women in need. We hope you find this information helpful.
If you are looking to donate to these shelters, we also provide the phone numbers and contact websites. Unfortunately this list is not all inclusive. If you see we are missing a shelter, please help us by adding it to our list.
The Shepherd’s Inn is Carter County and Elizabethton’s only shelter for woman and their children who are displaced by domestic violence or temporary homelessness.The Shepherd\'s Inn also provides 24/7 admissions and provides the following services: 24/7 operation / admission, staff on siteView Full Details
Domestic Violence Shelter serving Unicoi, Carter, and Greene counties. We provide safe, confidential shelter, 24-hour crisis hotline services, criminal justice/legal advocacy for victims and their children, and community education. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.View Full Details
Women, children and families are welcome at the mission. It is open 24 hours a day. Married couples must show proof of marriage.View Full Details
TO PROVIDE SAFE, TEMPORARY SHELTER FOR BATTERED WOMEN & CHILDREN.View Full Details
To offer food, clothing, shelter, and spiritual guidance to homeless men, women and children in need.View Full Details
Chattanooga Room in the Inn (CRITI) is a three to nine month residential program for homeless women and children. Services provided at CRITI are free of charge and include transitional housing, three meals a day, access to affordable or free health care, life skills training, parenting classes, mentView Full Details
We help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by providing food, clothing and shelter to the homeless as well as life-recovery and adult education programs to those enslaved in addiction and other debilitating problems.View Full Details
Founded in 1945, Memphis Union Mission ministers to the physical and spiritual needs of hurting, homeless Memphians. Every day, we provide hundreds with food, clothing, shelter, and Christ-centered recovery programs. Our ultimate objective is to lead hurting individuals to Jesus Christ so that theyView Full Details
The primary purpose of the Shelter Society is to provide a safe haven for victoms of domestic violence. Many women and children were sheltered in 2006. The shelter also provides services such as counseling, transportation and other assistance with rehousing for victoms of domestic violence.View Full Details