The mission of the Memphis/Shelby County Homeless Consortium is to develop, sustain and coordinate a comprehensive continuum of care for citizens of the City of Memphis and Shelby County who experience homelessness in order to establish pathways to self-sufficiency and ultimately to eliminate homelessness.



 2017-18 Membership Roster

Agape Child & Family Services

Alliance Healthcare Servies

Alpha Omega Veterans Services

Barron Heights Transitional Center

Behavioral Health Initiatives

Calvary Episcopal Church

Case Management, Inc.

Catholic Charities of West Tennessee

Cocaine & Alcohol Awareness Program (CAAP)

Community Alliance for the Homeless, Inc.

Constance Abbey

Department of Africa

Door of Hope

Dorothy Day House

Family Promise of Memphis

Friends for Life

Golden Cross Senior Ministries

Homeless Organizing for Power & Equality (HOPE)

Hope House

Hospitality HUB of Memphis

Jesse Chism

Lewis Davis CME Church

Lia House, Inc.of Memphis

Lowenstein House, Inc.

Loving Hands Loving Hearts, Inc.

Memphis Area Legal Services/SSVF

Meritan, Inc.

Metropolitan InterFaith Association (MIFA)

Mission Save Veteran Housing Program

Operation Stand Down Midsouth, Inc.


Outreach Housing and Community

Pat Morgan

Porter-Leath Children's Center

The Restoration House

Rosetta's Place Housing

Safe Place/Youth Villages

Salvation Army Purdue Center of Hope

Shelby County Division of Corrections

Shield, Inc.

Synergy Treatment Centers

Timberlake Life Center

Trinity Community Coalition Outreach

Uplifting Veterans Center

YWCA Greater Memphis



 The most effective communities in America are battling homelessness with a strategic investment of resources from government, the non-profit sector, the faith community, private foundations, businesses, and community members.  The more we work together, the better our outcomes will be.

Would you like to join us in the fight to end homelessness in Memphis/Shelby County?

To join the Consortium (or to renew your membership for the current term), please complete the application form and submit your membership fee of $10.  For your convenience, membership fees may be paid online.  For online payments, you may submit the completed application to Herman Dickey via e-mail ([email protected]) or fax at (901) 527-1308.

Please be aware that your activation or renewal will not be considered complete and/or valid without the submission of both the completed application and payment. 


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