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.
NASHVILLE DONATION CENTERS
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 https://mjpdnews.org/volunteer/
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Links courtesy of https://fox17.com/news/local/2020-tennessee-tornado-victim-resource-guide.