Nashville Disaster Relief Information


Crisis Cleanup Help Line: Assist those affected with debris removal and home cleanup. Call 1-800-451-1954, takes calls 24/7 and leave a message if a rep not available.

Red Cross Shelters throughout the state: CLICK HERE FOR LOCATIONS

Housing: Airbnb Open Homes program: CLICK HERE

Mental Health Assistance: 855-CRISIS-1

Volunteers outside of Davidson County: List of Tennessee Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters CLICK HERE

Tennessee Housing Development Agency: Provides short term and permanent rental housing options. Call 1-877-428-8844 or CLICK HERE


Metro Nashville Police Department: 615-862-8600

American Red Cross: 615-250-4300

Salvation Army: 615-242-0411

Second Harvest Food Bank: 615-329-3491

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (Fund for emergency response): 888-540-5200

Hands On Nashville (Connects volunteers with needs): 615-298-1108


Holy Rosary Catholic Church: 601 Graylynn Drive in Donelson

East Magnet High School: 24-hour shelter located at 110 Gallatin Avenue in East Nashville

Hadley Park: 615-862-8451 located at 1037 28th Avenue North in North Nashville. 24-hour shelter which also accepts pets

Centennial Sportsplex: 222 25th Avenue North in West Nashville. 24-hour shelter also accepting pets.


Community Resource Center: 219 Omohundro Place 37210

Nashville Metro Southeast Station: 1417 Murfreesboro Pike 37217

Adventist Community Services Center: 403 Center Gallatin Pike (Open 7am-6pm until crisis is over)

VFW Post 1970 is collecting non-perishable food, water, clothing and hygiene product for Nashville tornado victims. Item can be dropped off between 9am and 9pm at 7220 Charlotte Pike Nashville, TN 37209.


Wilson County Sheriff: 615-444-1412

Mt. Juliet Police Department: 615-754-2550

Mt. Juliet Red Cross Shelter: Victory Baptist Church located at 1777 Tate Lane

Lebanon Red Cross Shelter: Highland Heights Church of Christ located at 505 N. Cumberland Street

Mt. Juliet Church of Christ: Accepting donations and providing resources to victims. 1940 N Mt Juliet Rd, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122 Phone: (615) 758-2274

Mt. Juliet Tornado Clean-Up Volunteer Portal: Contact Commissioner Ray Justice at 615-975-0292 or register at

Jesus Provisions Ministries and Care Center located at 505 Sunset Ct. in Mt. Juliet. Providing clothing, water, food, and toiletries. Also accepting donations, as well.

Home Cleanup Hotline: 800-451-1954


Putnam County Emergency Management Agency: 931-528-7575

Putnam County Sheriff's Office: 931-528-8484

Cookeville Police Department: 931-526-2125

VA Outpatient Clinic: Providing services for veterans in need from 8 am-4pm. Located on South Willow Avenue in Cookeville

Monetary Donations: Any of the 19 Bank of Putnam County locations.

Donations: Cookeville Strong on Willow at Foster Closet. Accepting clothing, beds, pack n' plays, blankets, bedding, diapers, wipes, boy's shoes.

Shelters: Cookeville Community Center at 240 Carlen Drive

Putnam County YMCA at 235 Raider Drive

Cookeville First Baptist Church at 18 S. Walnut Avenue

Volunteers: Email

Missing family members from tornadoes: 931-646-INFO


Benton County Sheriff: 731-584-4632

Sheriff's Office offering assistance and has clothing for those affected by tornadoes. Also working with Second Harvest Food Bank to provide food.


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