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Anderson County Health Department - Dental Services

Dental Clinic provides general dentistry services for children covered by TennCare from birth to age 21.

Services: Dental Care Expense Assistance

710 North Main St

Clinton, TN 37716

(865) 425-8803

Campbell County Health Department - Dental Services

Dental Clinic provides general dentistry services for children covered by TennCare from birth to age 21.

Services: Dental Care Expense Assistance

162 Sharp-Perkings Rd.

Jacksboro, TN 37757

(423) 562-8351

Good Faith Clinic

Good Faith Ministry is a free clinic to minister to the health needs of the Athens/McMinn County and Meigs County areas who do not have health insurance or TennCare.

Services: Community Clinics, Dental Care Expense Assistance, General Medical Care

18 Congress Parkway South

P.O. Box 1517

Athens, TN 37303

(423) 745-4541

Good Samaritan Center of Loudon County - Emergency Assistance

DUE TO COVID-19, temporary hours of operation will be Mon-Fri 9am - 12:30pm.

Services: COVID-19 Control, Dental Care Expense Assistance, Food Pantries, Free School Supplies, General Clothing Provision, Pet Food, Prescription Medication Services, Rent Payment Assistance, Thanksgiving Baskets, Utility Assistance

119 N. A Street

Lenoir City, TN 37771

(865) 986-1777

Hamblen County Health Department - Dental Clinic for Children and Prenatal Women.

Dental clinic for children up to age 21 who receive TennCare.

Services: Dental Care Expense Assistance

331 West Main Street

Morristown, TN 37814

(423) 318-8399

Helping Hand Ministry - Obion County

Provides material and financial assistance for low-income and disabled people in Obion County.

Services: Bedding/Linen, Burial/Cremation Expense Assistance, Christmas Programs, Clothing, Dental Care Expense Assistance, Diapers, Fans, Food Pantries, Formula/Baby Food, Free School Supplies, Furniture, Heaters, Hospital Beds, Medical Expense Assistance, Prescription Expense Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Thrift Shops, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Walking Aids, Wheelchairs/Wheeled Mobility

430 N Miles Avenue

Crosswind Church

Union City, TN 38261

(731) 885-3924

Knox County Health Department - Emergency Preparedness

Knox County Health Department Preparedness staff are available to provide education on various emergency preparedness and response activities including individuals and families, businesses, faith-based organizations, childcare centers, seniors, etc.

Services: AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Birth Certificates, Birth Control Counseling, Cancer Detection, Case/Care Management, Child Development Classes, Child Health and Disability Prevention Exams, Child Passenger Safety Seats, Community Clinics, Condition Specific Treatment, Death Certificates, Dental Care Expense Assistance, Donation Pickups, Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning, Health/Disabilities Related Volunteer Opportunities, HIV Testing, Immunizations, Medical Information Services, Pediatrics, Prenatal Care

Main Site/Clinic

140 Dameron Avenue

Knoxville, TN 37917

(865) 215-5000

Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee-Office on Aging-Gift of Sight/Hearing/Dentures Prog

Administered by Senior Information and Referral to offer (through a revolving loan fund) eye exams (that includes glasses), hearing aid exams and dentures for those that cannot afford them.

Services: Dental Care Expense Assistance, Eye Care Expense Assistance, Hearing Aids

(865) 546-6262

Neighborhood Service Center Bristol (UETHDA)

NOTICE: 04/08/2020 - Due to the COVID-19 virus crisis, the following changes exist: The center now has funds available from the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act) that can cover rent and electric payment assistance for persons affected by COVID-19 / ****************************************** Eligibility requirements for UETHDA services are set by State and Federal funding guidelines and may include income, age, disability, or demonstrated need of a service / Eligibility will vary by service and will be determined when an application for service is made / Services: Housing - Homeless Client Services include: Rent Assistance Program - Pro-rated 4 month rent assistance / Deposits - Rent/Utility deposits required for move in of homeless client / Clothing - Client clothing due to an emergency / Food - Food for client due to an emergency / Household Goods - Household items to assist homeless client to begin housekeeping / Personal Care Items - Includes soap, deodorant, razors, etc / Housing - Crisis/Emergency Services include: Past Due Rent - Rent past due to loss of income/not fault of client / Past Due Water - Water past due to loss of income and/or other qualifying conditions / Mortgage - Past due mortgage / Food - Food for client due to an emergency / Heat Pump Repair - Must be homeowner / Education Services include: Education Expenses - GED testing, dual enrollment of high school student, tuition; state exams; books / Car Repair/Car Payments - Assist with cost of repair of car required for continued employment / Child Care - 80% of TN reimbursement rate / Employment Services include: Clothing - Client clothing needed for employment (scrubs, uniforms, etc) / Car Repair/Car Payments - Assist with cost of repair of car required for continued employment / Child Care/Dependent Care - Assist with first four weeks of employment/training/certification / Stipend - Payment made directly to the client for assistance for meals, gas, bus tickets, etc / Training/Certification - Fees for certification of training (F endorsement, state exams, etc) / Tools/Equipment - Items needed for client to begin/maintain employment / Pre-Employment/Employment Physicals - work physicals / Dental Care - Extractions and dentures / Only when necessary for employment / Vision Care - Eye glasses / Only when necessary for employment / Health Services include (ONLY for clients age 65 or older or disabled): Medical Items - Items medically necessary and/or essential for sustainability of life (Ensure, Depends, etc) / Dental / Vision / Hearing Aids / Prescription Drug Assistance / Birth Certificates - Documentation needed to qualify clients/dependents for services / Self Sufficiency Services include: CASE MANAGEMENT - ALL SERVICES CAN BE PROVIDED THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT / Focuses on educational/technical training programs that will lead toward career enhancement and job opportunities, and on removing any barriers that would prevent a client from achieving their life goals / Income Management Services include: Household Financial Counseling - Budget Preparation and Budget Counseling / Information and Referral - Referral for financial literacy and budgeting classes / SSI Designated Representative Payee Services - Ongoing case management and household monthly budgeting / Linkages and Referral Services include: Linkage - Provides the "link" between a service provided in the community and the client (Atmos) / Referral - Provides information and verbal and/or written referral to various resources in the community / Nutrition Services include: USDA Commodities - Assist families with food on an as-needed basis / USDA Emergency Food Assistance Program / WAP (Weatherization Assistance Program): Insulation - Attic, floor and electric water heaters / Caulking - Doors and windows / Installation - Weather stripping and thresholds / Installation - Smoke detectors / Installation - CO (carbon monoxide) monitors / Replacement/Repair - Water heater / Replacement - Refrigerator / Replacement/Repair - Heat Pump Replacement/Repair - Vapor barrier / LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program): Income based program that provides assistance that goes directly to energy provider / LIHEAP can provide assistance with: firewood, propane, butane, kerosene, coal, oil and electricity payments / Temporary Heating/Cooling Source: Room Air Conditioners / Portable Space Heaters /

Services: Air Conditioners, At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs, Automobile Payment Assistance, Automotive Repair and Maintenance, Birth Certificate Fee Payment Assistance, Bus Fare, Case/Care Management, Child Care Expense Assistance, Child Care Instruction, Clothing, Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Comprehensive Information and Referral, COVID-19 Control, Dental Care, Dental Care Expense Assistance, Dentures, Electric Service Payment Assistance, Emergency Food, Employment Physical Examinations, Eye Care Expense Assistance

713 Volunteer Parkway

Suite 6

Bristol, TN 37620

(423) 246-6180

Neighborhood Service Center Carter County (UETHDA)

NOTICE: 04/08/2020 - Due to the COVID-19 virus crisis, the following changes exist: The center now has funds available from the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act) that can cover rent and electric payment assistance for persons affected by COVID-19 / ****************************************** Eligibility requirements for UETHDA services are set by State and Federal funding guidelines and may include income, age, disability, or demonstrated need of a service / Eligibility will vary by service and will be determined when an application for service is made / Services: Housing - Homeless Client Services include: Rent Assistance Program - Pro-rated 4 month rent assistance / Deposits - Rent/Utility deposits required for move in of homeless client / Clothing - Client clothing due to an emergency / Food - Food for client due to an emergency / Household Goods - Household items to assist homeless client to begin housekeeping / Personal Care Items - Includes soap, deodorant, razors, etc / Housing - Crisis/Emergency Services include: Past Due Rent - Rent past due to loss of income/not fault of client / Past Due Water - Water past due to loss of income and/or other qualifying conditions / Mortgage - Past due mortgage / Food - Food for client due to an emergency / Heat Pump Repair - Must be homeowner / Education Services include: Education Expenses - GED testing, dual enrollment of high school student, tuition; state exams; books / Car Repair/Car Payments - Assist with cost of repair of car required for continued employment / Child Care - 80% of TN reimbursement rate / Employment Services include: Clothing - Client clothing needed for employment (scrubs, uniforms, etc) / Car Repair/Car Payments - Assist with cost of repair of car required for continued employment / Child Care/Dependent Care - Assist with first four weeks of employment/training/certification / Stipend - Payment made directly to the client for assistance for meals, gas, bus tickets, etc / Training/Certification - Fees for certification of training (F endorsement, state exams, etc) / Tools/Equipment - Items needed for client to begin/maintain employment / Pre-Employment/Employment Physicals - work physicals / Dental Care - Extractions and dentures / Only when necessary for employment / Vision Care - Eye glasses / Only when necessary for employment / Health Services include (ONLY for clients age 65 or older or disabled): Medical Items - Items medically necessary and/or essential for sustainability of life (Ensure, Depends, etc) / Dental / Vision / Hearing Aids / Prescription Drug Assistance / Birth Certificates - Documentation needed to qualify clients/dependents for services / Self Sufficiency Services include: CASE MANAGEMENT - ALL SERVICES CAN BE PROVIDED THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT / Focuses on educational/technical training programs that will lead toward career enhancement and job opportunities, and on removing any barriers that would prevent a client from achieving their life goals / Income Management Services include: Household Financial Counseling - Budget Preparation and Budget Counseling / Information and Referral - Referral for financial literacy and budgeting classes / SSI Designated Representative Payee Services - Ongoing case management and household monthly budgeting / Linkages and Referral Services include: Linkage - Provides the "link" between a service provided in the community and the client (Atmos) / Referral - Provides information and verbal and/or written referral to various resources in the community / Nutrition Services include: USDA Commodities - Assist families with food on an as-needed basis / USDA Emergency Food Assistance Program / WAP (Weatherization Assistance Program): Insulation - Attic, floor and electric water heaters / Caulking - Doors and windows / Installation - Weather stripping and thresholds / Installation - Smoke detectors / Installation - CO (carbon monoxide) monitors / Replacement/Repair - Water heater / Replacement - Refrigerator / Replacement/Repair - Heat Pump Replacement/Repair - Vapor barrier / LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program): Income based program that provides assistance that goes directly to energy provider / LIHEAP can provide assistance with: firewood, propane, butane, kerosene, coal, oil and electricity payments / Temporary Heating/Cooling Source: Room Air Conditioners / Portable Space Heaters /

Services: Air Conditioners, At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs, Automobile Payment Assistance, Automotive Repair and Maintenance, Birth Certificate Fee Payment Assistance, Bus Fare, Case/Care Management, Child Care Expense Assistance, Child Care Instruction, Clothing, Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Comprehensive Information and Referral, COVID-19 Control, Dental Care, Dental Care Expense Assistance, Dentures, Electric Service Payment Assistance, Emergency Food, Employment Physical Examinations, Eye Care Expense Assistance

1739 Highway 19E

Elizabethton, TN 37643

(423) 246-6180

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