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.

 

 

 2018-19 Membership Roster

Agape Child & Family Services, Inc.

Alliance Healthcare Services

Alpha House TN, Inc.

Alpha Omega Veterans Services, Inc.

Barbara Johnson-McKinney

Barron Heights CDC

Behavioral Health Initiatives

Calvary Church

Catholic Charities of West Tennessee

City of Memphis Housing & Community Development

Community Alliance for the Homeless, Inc.

Door of Hope

Dorothy Day House of Hospitality

Family Promise of Memphis

Family Safety Center

Friends for Life

Hannah's Hope

HOPE - Mid-South Peace & Justice Center

Hope House

Hospitality Hub of Memphis

Kim Daugherty

Lewis Davis CME Church Outreach Ministry

Living Grace, Inc.

Lowenstein House, Inc.

Memphis Area Legal Services

Memphis VA Medical Center

Mending Vessels Ministry

Meritan, Inc.

Metropolitan InterFaith Association (MIFA)

Minact, Inc.

OUTMemphis

Promise Development Corporation

Safe Place Emergency Shelter/Youth Villages

Shelby County Crime Victims Center & Rape Crisis Center

Shelby County Division of Corrections

Shield, Inc.

Synergy Treatment Center

The Hagar Center, Inc.

The Jasmine Center

The Life Church

Uplifting Veterans Center

Urban Family Ministries

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. 

THANKS FOR STANDING WITH US!

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Project Homeless Connect - Memphis
Makes a Difference One Life at a Time

 

Memphis, TN – September 7, 2018 –Project Homeless Connect – Memphis is scheduled for Thursday, October 11th at the Cook Convention Center from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  Community volunteers (over the age of 18) and service providers are encouraged to register online at www.cafth.org. Training is required for all volunteers who participate in this life-changing day of service.

 

Widely recognized as one of the largest service opportunities of its kind, Project Homeless Connect - Memphis places many of the services and resources that are needed to exit homelessness under one roof. In a number of ways, Project Homeless Connect - Memphis connects people to purpose! Held in conjunction with the Mayors’ Action Plan to End Homelessness, this event makes housing referrals, employment services, veterans’ services, health evaluations and screenings, haircare for men and women, breakfast, lunch and donations of clothing and toiletry items, and other services available. Since its inception in 2010, this event has served thousands of homeless individuals throughout the mid-South. Community Alliance for the Homeless, Inc. extends an opportunity for concerned citizens of Memphis and Shelby County to help us make a difference in the lives of persons experiencing homelessness in Memphis/Shelby County.

 

Each participant will also receive a care bag which contains socks, travel-sized grooming products, bottled water, hygiene products, and more.

 

Event sponsors include the City of Memphis, Shelby County Government, Federal Express, Buckman Technologies, and Holiday Ham. For more information regarding this event, please contact Herman Dickey at (901) 527-1302, ext. 310.