Funds will be used to develop housing for victims of domestic violence and create a safe, therapeutic space for victims to heal.
Funds will be used to expand the capacity of the McNabb Center’s residential substance use treatment program, which will provide a greater access to care for individuals in need.
Mineral Springs Manor will offers 50 one-bedroom units of much-needed low-income housing to senior citizens in the Knoxville area.
Funds were used to purchase transitional, supportive housing for women who are participating in the Center’s Jail to Work program
Funds raised for this program expansion were used to hire a third masters Level mental health clinician to serve veterans throughout East Tennessee.
Helen Ross McNabb Center’s Therapeutic Preschool programs in Knox and Hamilton counties are the only remaining programs of their kind in the state of Tennessee. Through Therapeutic Preschool, the Center provides 10 weeks of intensive group treatment to children ages 4-6 who have suffered abuse, neglect or other adverse childhood experiences.
The Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee (SACET) was founded in 1973 as the Knoxville Rape Crisis Center and remains one of two comprehensive, community sexual assault agencies in the state of Tennessee; serving 16 counties. SACET provides victims of sexual assault with the support, information and resources needed throughout the recovery process.