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Homeless2017-11-20T16:25:02+00:00

Homeless Information for Hardin County Schools

The Hardin County School district is committed to helping every family be successful regardless of where they live at the moment. A family may qualify for our program if they lack a fixed, regular or adequate night-time residence.

If You…

  • Live in a shelter or transitional housing program

  • Couch surf with friends or family because you do not have a house of your own

  • Live in a motel or campground because you cannot find or afford housing

  • Live in a car, abandoned building or a place not normally designed for sleeping

We are Here to Help.

School District Services for Families in Transitional Housing:

  • Assistance with school enrollment process and paperwork

  • Help with school issues, questions or concerns

  • Housing and community resource information

  • Obtaining birth certificates, immunization records and school records

  • School supplies and standard school clothing

  • Tutoring services through after school programs

Contact:

School District Contact:
Terry McFalls, Homeless Liaison
155 Guinn Street
Savannah, TN 38372
(731) 925-3943
terry.mcfalls@hctnschools.com

State of Tennessee Contact:
Justin Singleton, McKinney-Vento Coordinator
Office of Consolidated Planning and Monitoring
Andrew Johnson Tower, 9th Floor
710 James Robertson Parkway
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 253-3101
Justin.Singleton@tn.go

Homeless Resources:

Jesus Cares

230 Eureka St.
Savannah, TN 38372
731-438-3975

Our Daily Bread Ministries

1180 Wayne Road
Savannah, TN 38372
731-607-4803

Our Daily Bread Ministries have USDA food available. All you need to do is go by their pantry and sign up. If you qualify, you can get a box of food once a month, if you don’t get it somewhere else.

You must participate in any one of the following to qualify: