Room at the Inn Nashville - Nashville, TN
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Room at the Inn Nashville - Nashville, TN
Summer (Apr to Oct): Mondays through Fridays 6am to 12 noon, 1pm to 2pm.
Winter (Nov to March): 7 days a week, 6am to 12pm, 1pm to 4pm.
At Room In The Inn, home is made from tangibles and intangibles. Shelter. Respect. Food. Independence. Family. Safety. Health. Love. Support. Room In The Inn’s mission is to provide these to you our neighbors struggling with homelessness every day. Room In The Inn offers emergency assistance, transitional support and permanent solutions in collaboration with more than 50 other agencies and over 190 congregations.
Programs and services include:??
Day Shelter & Emergency Winter Shelter?
Veterans’ Drop-In Center
?Rent & Utility Deposit Assistance?
Jail Alternative for the publicly intoxicated in partnership with Metro Police
Personal Care Services, Supplies & Laundry Services?
Address/Mail Services & Telephone/Internet Access?
GED Program & Accredited Associates Degree Program
Literacy Programs & Lending Library?
Computer Skills, Creative Expression & Life Skills Classes
Alcohol & Drug Education & Referrals?
Daily Spiritual Reflection
Recuperative Care for the Medically Fragile
Housing for those Awaiting Alcohol & Drug Treatment Programs?
Transitional Housing for the Chronically Homeless?
Transitional Housing for Veterans?
Short-Term & Long-Term Storage?
Secure Document & Medication Storage
On-Campus, Permanent, Affordable Housing?
Case Management & Supportive Counseling?
Employment Search & Placement Assistance?
Long-Term Communities of Support?
Other important services:
You may receive mail at Room In The Inn
Showers are available from 6am to 8am in the morning. Basic toiletries are also available.
Telephones are available.
Substance Abuse Recovery Program. Meetings help 9am to 1:30pm.
Lunch is served Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. Tickets are distributed at 10:15am.
Sunday breakfast at 9am.
Storage is provided for your belongings.
Our recuperative care program is a residential program for men and women struggling with homelessness who are discharged from the hospital but are still in need of post-treatment care. They may need time to recover from a trauma or assault, mange a chronic contition, stabilize on a new medication, prepare for a medical procedure, or recover from a serious viral or bacterial illness. With this time to recuperate comes a clean bed, three meals a day, showers, help following post-care instructions, prescription assistance, help with making follow-up appointments, and assistance with other needs.
We have recently expanded our recuperative care program and we now have 21 beds for homeless individuals who have a need for medical respite but have no place to go. We have strengthened our partnerships with area hospitals, including HCA/TriStar, St. Thomas, Vanderbilt Medical Center, and others.
Our staff works with hospitals and other healthcare providers to take referrals, and develop post-stay exit plans for our guests. Our goal is for each recuperative care guest to have an action plan in place by the end of their stay. Many guests who first came to us for recuperative care have been connected with the wide array of resources available through Room In The Inn and continued their journey to permanent housing.
Do you have items to donate? Contact Room at the Inn Nashville at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.
Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2017-04-19
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Do you have items to donate? Contact Warming Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.