For non-emergency homeless housing assistance, please call ARCH at 423-928-2724 for screening and referral to agencies with permanent housing solutions.
Renters who have experienced economic hardship beginning on or after March 13, 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic and who meet additional eligibility requirements may qualify for the Tennessee Rent Relief Program. Call Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) (844-500-1112) or go to their website. If you do not meet qualifications for Tennessee’s Rent Relief program and being evicted from your rental home, please call ARCH for eligibility screening and referral to an agency that may be able to assist.
You may contact ARCH for other homeless assistance at 423-928-2724.
For other needs such as utility, food, legal, medical, employment, and education assistance, we recommend you call 2-1-1 or visit your Neighborhood Service Center.
For immediate emergency shelter needs, please visit or contact one of the following in our region.
EMERGENCY HOMELESS SHELTERS
Family Promise of Greater Johnson City
215 W. Watauga Ave, #4, Johnson City
Family Promise of Greater Kingsport
601 Holston St, Kingsport
Haven of Rest
223 6th St, Bristol
670 Dale St, Kingsport
Manna House (Adult men only)
116 W. Walnut St, Johnson City
205 N. Irish St, Greenville
Salvation Army, Bristol
137 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Bristol
Salvation Army, Johnson City
200 Ashe St, Johnson City
Salvation Army, Kingsport
305 Dale St, Kingsport
VICTIM SERVICE PROVIDERS (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS)
Abuse Alternatives (Bristol/Upper Sullivan County)
Administrative office: 104 memorial Drive, Bristol, TN
Change is Possible (CHIPS, Inc.) (Unicoi, Carter, and Greene Counties)
Located in Unicoi
Johnson County Safe Haven
Located in Mountain City
Safe House (Carter, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, and Washington Counties)
Located in Kingsport
Shepherd’s Inn (Carter County)
Located in Elizabethton
NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICE CENTERS (423-246-6180)
Bristol Neighborhood Service Center
713 Volunteer Parkway, Suite G, Bristol
Carter County Neighborhood Service Center
1739 Highway 19E, Elizabethton
Greene County Neighborhood Service Center
1128 Tusculum Blvd, Office C, Greenville
Hancock County Neighborhood Service Center
1197 Main St, Sneedville
Hawkins County Neighborhood Service Center
904 E Main St Suite 1, Rogersville
Johnson County Neighborhood Service Center
784 South Shady St, Mountain City
Kingsport Neighborhood Service Center
301 Louis St, Kingsport
Unicoi County Neighborhood Service Center
1413 N Main Ave, Erwin
Washington County Neighborhood Service Center
125 E. Jackson Blvd, Suite 11A, Jonesborough
The Mesothelioma Veterans Center provides free educational resources, support, and information to anyone that may have questions about asbestos-related diseases.
Mesothelioma Hope offers free resources that are reviewed by certified oncologists and provide detailed information about mesothelioma and its health impacts. Their mission is to raise awareness about cancer and other asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma.
Offers free educational resources and access to an extensive vetted legal network. Their mission is to empower people with the information they need to recover from their injuries — and to hold the companies that injured them accountable. They help those that have been affected by nursing home abuse, newborn disabilities, veterans exposed to toxins during their service and more.
If there is any incorrect/out of date information on this page, please contact us at 423-928-2724 to correct.