400 M L King Jr. Blvd., Bristol, TN 37620
423.968.3133 • Website
Provides an oasis of hope to people of all ages, faiths, races, backgrounds and abilities, regardless of their socioeconomic circumstances. Our focus is on youth development, healthy lifestyles, and social responsibility. Through a wide range of relationship-focused, impactful programs, services, partnerships, and collaborations, we offer hope throughout the community.
498 Industrial Dr., Bristol TN 37620
423.878.1600 • Website
Provides programs that improve the overall quality of life for people with disabilities by providing residential services, extensive vocational training for people with disabilities who have limited or no previous work history, and assistance/support in community employment.
220 Lee Street, Bristol, VA 24201
276.821.5630 • Website
CIS of SWVA surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
423.461.8200 • Website
Supportive services provided by qualified employees (Personal Support Assistants), supervised by professional staff, directed to providing protective supervision and care for adults in their own home. teaching homemaker skills; provision of household management; essential shopping; household tasks; provision of personal care; and/or provision of temporary care to help the adult return to or remain in his/her own home. Case management by professional staff may be included as a component of this service.
423-652-0260 • Website
Provides charitable health clinic services including medical, dental, chiropractic, podiatry, counseling, and eye care to the working uninsured, low-income persons and their families of the Greater Bristol area.
137 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Bristol, TN 37620
423.764.6156 • Website
Provides ongoing emergency assistance for individuals and/or families that are in need of shelter, meals, rent, utilities, medication, food, local transportation and other services essential for achieving independent living.
106 State St., Bristol, TN 37620
423.968.9444 • Website
Established in 1943, YWCA NETN and SWVA began as a residence for women who came to the area seeking employment during World War II. Growing from a home for the “Rosie the Riveters” of southern Appalachia, we are now a multi-site human services and advocacy operation, serving nearly 9,000 annually. From the beginning, we have tackled some of the toughest community issues including the need for affordable childcare, racial injustice, teen pregnancy, and gender disparity.