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Pathways to Possibilities still on...Virtual event week of April 19

Posted 04/03/2020

Dear Friends, Last week, Catholic Charities of Tennessee determined that its important annual fundraiser, Pathways to Possibilities 2020 presented by Most Reverend J. Mark Spalding, Bishop of Nashville and the Diocese of Nashville, could not be held at Music City Center on April 21, 2020, in its planned in-person breakfast format. However, we will still host this … read more >>

Self-Regulation Strategies (Amanda Marshall, MSSW, Individual and Family Counseling, Catholic Charities of Tennessee)

Posted 04/02/2020

If you feel that you need to speak with a Catholic Charities Counselor, please call 615-352-3087. Self-regulation is about being in control of our mind, body, and emotions. It is about having the ability to self-regulate means that we can manage our impulses and disruptive emotions in order to focus on big picture goals of who we want to be and what we want to … read more >>

Catholic Charities of Tennessee offers free tornado recovery help (Main Street Nashville)

Posted 04/02/2020

Catholic Charities of Tennessee offers free tornado disaster recovery assistance to those who need it in Davidson County. Disaster assistance offered includes help with emergency cash assistance, housing, household goods and clothing. Catholic Charities of Tennessee also offers counseling services that include help with stress, anxiety, grief and feelings of … read more >>

IN HIS OWN WORDS: Thanks for the chance to talk!

Posted 03/31/2020

The following message recently came to our Disaster Relief call center:I am looking... Hmmm? What am I looking for... Honestly I'm not sure. I lost my job a few weeks back from this coronavirus mess. I was planning on moving back at the 1st of March but everything got halted & changed so fast. I was staying in a hotel for a week thinking "April's not that far I … read more >>

Catholic Charities of Tennessee balances tornado recovery, virus response (Catholic News Service - Story by Theresa Laurence, Tennessee Register)

Posted 03/24/2020

As Catholic Charities of Tennessee executive director Judy Orr leads her agency's response to the deadly March 3 tornado, every plan must be vetted to comply with the latest precautions against the coronavirus pandemic.One of the chief concerns is how to provide counseling services to those who experienced the trauma of the tornado, followed by the anxiety surrounding … read more >>

Catholic Charities Offers FREE Tornado Disaster Recovery Assistance

Posted 03/20/2020

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Tornado Relief: An Update from Catholic Charities Executive Director Judy Orr

Posted 03/19/2020

Catholic Charities of Tennessee has received numerous offers of help ever since tornadoes devastated parts of Middle Tennessee on March 3. People want to know how they can donate, volunteer, and generally help us help our community recover from the weather disaster. Of course, we are now also working to help the increased number of people in need due to economic … read more >>

In Tennessee, unity in response to vast tornado devastation (Robert Alan Glover, National Catholic Reporter)

Posted 03/14/2020

Wendy Apple, a volunteer at First Baptist Church in Putnam County, Tennessee, about 80 miles east of Nashville, described the damage from the March 3 tornado that swept through here, one of seven that swept the region. "Destruction is so total and the debris so widespread that in many places you cannot even access where someone's house stood," she said. As of … read more >>

Tornado Relief: An Update from Catholic Charities Executive Director Judy Orr

Posted 03/12/2020

A Tornado Relief Update from Catholic Charities Executive Director Judy Orr (March 12, 2020)The Catholic Charities of Tennessee team continues to pray for and work for the continued healing of our community members affected by last week's devastating tornado, especially those who lost loved ones. Thank you to all of you who have reached out to us asking about our wellbeing … read more >>

FEMA & SBA Links

Posted 03/12/2020

Homeowners, renters, and business owners in Davidson, Putnam, and Wilson Counties who suffered damage as a result of the March 3, 2020 tornado are urged to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, as they may be eligible for disaster assistance.There are 3 ways to register:Online: Phone: 1-800-621-3362 or TTY … read more >>

Disaster Assistance Centers & FEMA Registration

Posted 03/12/2020

Were you impacted by the Middle Tennessee tornado on March 3, 2020? COme to a Disaster Assistance Center to access support from multiple agencies at once.Hadley Park Community CenterHermitage Community CenterEast Park Community CenterDepartments represented include:Metro Codes, Metro Social Services,Humane Association, FEMA registration intake, Public Health, Red … read more >>

Tornado Relief: How You Can Help (as of 3/9/2020)

Posted 03/06/2020

Online DONATIONS to support Catholic Charities' tornado relief efforts can be made at you would prefer to send a check, please mail it to: Catholic Charities of Tennessee, ATTN: Tornado Relief, 2806 McGavock Pike, Nashville, TN 37214.VOLUNTEERS, either individuals or organizations, who want to help should go to Hands On Nashville … read more >>

Catholic Charities Homemaker Needed

Posted 12/18/2019

Catholic Charities is seeking candidates for the position of a Homemaker in the Living at Home program of Nashville, TN. The office is at the McGruder Family Resource Center located at 2013 25th Ave N. This position is part-time, and services are needed for 15 hours a week, Monday-Friday and the work schedule is flexible. Primary functions are to assists the case manager … read more >>

Catholic Charities Family Empowerment Case Manager Needed

Posted 12/18/2019

Catholic Charities is seeking candidates for the position of Case Manager in Social Services. This position is full-time. Services are based in Davidson County. Hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 to 4:30pm with some occasional evenings, depending on the needs of client families.Primary responsibilities are to implement case-management, coordination, and … read more >>

Future Refugee Resettlements Remain In Limbo As Tennessee’s Governor Mulls A Decision (Sergio Martinez-Beltran, WPLN)

Posted 12/02/2019

Gov. Bill Lee has a little over a month to decide whether Tennessee will continue allowing the resettlement of refugees.The decision was prompted by an executive order issued by President Trump in September, which asks both states and cities to "consent in writing" if they want to continue refugee resettlements.States live Virginia and Utah have already said … read more >>

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