Bradley Cleveland Emergency Shelter
The Cleveland Emergency Shelter provides daily for those most vulnerable and desperate among us, first supplying emergency services of food and shelter. This comprehensive program offers support that will promote, empower, and nurture families or individuals. These services include, but are not limited to, case management, information/referral, advocacy, family/individual counseling, voucher assistance, job, life skills, and budgeting training.
Bradley Cleveland Services
The Tennessee Association of Community Action (TACA) serves as the professional organization for the development and implementation of strategies to provide TACA members the tools to be effective community action agencies in solving the problems of poverty within the State of Tennessee. TACA strives to promote the causes of Tennesseans that are poor, elderly and disabled; to promote the interest and increase the effectiveness of member agencies and to encourage the professional development of individual members. The association establishes and maintains local, state, and national partnerships that help customers of member agencies to achieve their full economic and social potential.
Bradley Initiative for Church and Community
The Bradley Initiative for Church and Community (BICC) is a non-profit, Christian Community development organization that began in 1998 located in Cleveland, Tennessee that holds a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status BICC envisions an environment where individuals within families will identify and fulfill the role of providing physical, emotional, and spiritual support to its members, thus becoming a thriving unit that contributes to a strong community.
- Provide programs that facilitate eduction and skill-building to help strengthen families and youth.
- Promote youth development through experiential building of life skills and healthy relationships.
- Convene non-artisan community forums to facilitate inclusive purposeful listening.
- Network with community an church partners to maximize service delivered to families and youth.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives… one heart at a time. Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
New Hope Pregnancy Care Center
New Hope Pregnancy Care Center just celebrated its 28th year in operation. These have been exciting and challenging times as the center has gone though many changes. Back in 1985, three prominent Cleveland women met and shared a similar concern and burden for a need to help those facing crisis or pregnancies. All three women wanted to see a safe place for women and men to come and receive complete and accurate information to help them in making wise choices for their future. They also desired this to be a place where women who have already had an abortion, could find nurture and guidance without condemnation. After a year of study, letter writing, research, and prayer, others joined the original three. These faithful seven committed to this vision and on October 3, 1986 Bradley County birthed its first Pregnancy Care Center. Since the birth of New Hope, hundreds of women have been strengthened and given hope on their personal journeys. There are numerous stories of lives that have been totally transformed as a result of the counsel, training, and support that they received from this center. We are so grateful for the opportunities given for us to continue helping women and men here in the greater Cleveland area. We are extremely grateful to the community of Cleveland, because they believe in the “Sanctity of Life,” therefore they stand with us as we are a non-profit organization. Due to the generosity of others, we are able to offer all of our services free of charge, and fulfill the mission of New Hope which is to give “Help and Hope to those in Need.”
24hr. Hotline: 423.479.6683
People for Care and Learning
People for Care & Learning (PCL) is a non-profit 501(C)3 founded in 2002 as a humanitarian organization to provide care and learning opportunities around the world. We are dedicated to serving the poor by helping children, widows and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by giving the poor a working chance. We operate completely on gifts donated by generous people like you. 100% of all gifts are used as designated; nothing is deducted for overhead, operating, or travel expenses.
On Point has been serving the community for over 20 years, bringing knowledge and on-going support to 12,000 students each year. On Point is a youth development organization founded in 1991 and based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The organization began as an abstinence-centered program and was founded in response to the alarming number of teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases in the Hamilton County and Northwest Georgia areas. Today, On Point partners with schools and communities to cultivate the strengths in youth and guide them on their path to thrive. On Point works by providing young people with the knowledge and on-going support they need to avoid risky behaviors and equips them with the skills they need to thrive. Each year, On Point reaches approximately 12,000 adolescents in Chattanooga, North Georgia and Cleveland through our holistic and multifaceted Life On Point and Think On Point programs. Since On Point’s inception, the teenage pregnancy rate has decreased by 54%(per 1000 teenage girls). In addition to impacting our community, On Point’s curriculum is used in over 40 states and 13 countries.
Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home
Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes, Inc, a non-profit organization founded in 1891, is a ministry of the churches of the Tennessee Baptist Convention which provides residential care to children. TBCH has 5 locations: campuses in Bartlett (Memphis), Millington (Boys Ranch – Memphis), Brentwood and Chattanooga, as well as a cottage in Oakdale. Single parents and their children are cared for at our Houses of Healing and Hope in Brentwood. Thousands of children in Tennessee suffer the pain and loneliness of a family in crisis. TBCH cares for approximately 200 of these children each year who find themselves without a place to call home due to family crisis. All children are accepted regardless of race, creed, or socio-economic background. Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes does not accept government funding so that children in TBCH care may be taught Christian values. TBCH funding comes from the Cooperative Program (primary funding source of the Tennessee Baptist Convention); from individuals and churches; and from charitable gifts in the form of estate bequests, trust fund, investments, and endowments.