Nashville, TN - 37206
(615) 256-5959

Mary Parrish Center

Transitional housing for victims of domestic and sexual violence.
They do not have immediate openings.
Call for details.
They are located in an urban area of Nashville.
The property is comprised of 12 one-story apartments.
Eleven of the apartments have large living room areas, eat-in kitchens, one roomy bedroom and a bathroom.
Each one is beautifully and lovingly furnished because they believe that the healing begins the moment a woman steps into her new home.
There are several security features on property enabling the women and children who live here to feel safe and secure.
There is also a well-equipped playground, on-site laundry facility, and food pantry.
Their main office is located in the twelfth apartment.

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  • Reply User   2018-11-19 11:21:50

    Good morning, My name is Geoff Tait. I am the Environmental Services Department director at Centennial Medical Center in downtown Nashville. I have openings on all three shifts starting at $12.00 per hour. Please contact me if you think any of your residents may be interested and I will facilitate an interview. Thank you.

  • Reply User   2019-02-13 14:09:26

    need housing

  • Reply User   2019-05-05 18:55:44

    I was just checking to see if the only one's you help are domestic violence.

  • Reply User   2019-05-14 02:33:37

    I am a single mother of two wonderful children . We are survivors of an abusive situation we fled back in January of this year, but we have struggled. I was pregnant, and gave birth to a son who later died from complications of trisomy 18, and while I was getting prenatal care for him, and on the date of his funeral, teo domestic violence shelters kicked my children and I out on the streets. I understand that you have no immediate openings, but I am begging for someone to help us find a home without any racism, or bigotry about religion, and understanding for children with PTSD. I was slated to fill out paperwork to go to your shelter at another shelter, but we were kicked out before I had a chance. I am disabled but not getting any income, but I am interested in going back to college, and getting a degree and using that in a career that helps other victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and so on.

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