Community Partners

Siloam Health is honored to partner with many Nashville-area organizations.

  • Health Care & Referral Info
    • 211 (a service of United Way) is Tennessee’s community services help line, staffed by trained information and referral operators.
    • BTC+ (Bridges to Care: Plus) a network of volunteer physicians, hospitals, laboratories, and pharmacies to assist Davidson County's uninsured access specialists and diagnostic services. (Enrollment in Project Access Nashville is required.)
    • Get Covered Tennessee and Get Covered Nashville are a consortium of agencies helping to educate the public about options for health insurance through the Federally Facilitated Marketplace of the Affordable Care Act.
    • Health Assist (a program of Family & Children Services) provides navigation assistance to people who need healthcare or healthcare coverage but cannot afford it (such as TennCare, Medicare, private insurance, or the Federally Facilitated Marketplace).
    • Needy Meds is national non-profit information resource dedicated to helping people locate assistance programs to help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs.
    • Project Access Nashville connects the uninsured residents of Nashville to primary care safety net clinics that serve patients based on their ability to pay.
    • TennCare is Tennessee’s federal Medicaid Program that provides health insurance coverage for more than a million low-income Tennessee citizens.
    • Tennessee Medicare Assistance offers free and objective counseling about Medicare insurance to all Medicare beneficiaries (elderly and disabled citizens) and their caregivers.
    • Tennessee Primary Care Association: a statewide network of community health centers committed to strengthening community-based primary health care systems in Tennessee with deference to those without health insurance.
  • Health Care Services
    • Tennessee Primary Care Association : a statewide clinic list that is searchable by county
    • Tennessee Crossings: a statewide clinic list that is searchable by city
    • Christian Community Health Fellowship: a national list of member clinics that is searchable by county, zip code, or state
    • Where else can I go?": Siloam's handout of Middle Tennessee primary care resources
    • Dispensary of Hope: a nationwide network that provides medication assistance to those without prescription insurance coverage.
    • Hope Clinic for Women a faith-based agency serving anyone dealing with unplanned pregnancies, pregnancy loss, or postpartum depression. Services include: medical care, counseling, education, mentorship, prevention, and material support.
    • Interfaith Dental Clinic provides dental care, oral disease prevention, and oral health education to the uninsured, low-income, working people, their children and the elderly in Middle Tennessee. Also lists other dental resources in Middle Tennessee.
    • Metro Public Health Department provides services that strive to protect and improve the health and well-being of all people in Metropolitan Nashville.
  • Refugee & Immigrant Services
    • Catholic Charities provides human services which enhance and enrich the quality of life of people in need, including targeted services for refugees & immigrants such as: refugee resettlement, counseling, immigration services, English language classes, and targeted services to Hispanic families.
    • Center for Refugees and Immigrants of Tennessee provides Nashville-area services to the refugee and immigrant community including: English classes, afterschool programming, employment assistance, citizenship preparation classes, immigration services, and interpretation services.
    • NICE – Nashville International Center for Empowerment provides human services which enhance and enrich the quality of life of refugees and immigrants in Middle Tennessee such as: refugee resettlement, social services, employment services, and educational programming.
    • Tennessee Office for Refugees (an agency of Catholic Charities) is contracted by the federal government to administer Tennessee’s statewide refugee resettlement program by coordinating the provision of cash and medical assistance, employment, social adjustment services, and English language training.
    • World Relief provides human services which enhance and enrich the quality of life of refugees in Middle Tennessee such as: refugee resettlement, immigration services, English language classes, and targeted services to refugee families.
  • Social Services
    • Aphesis House is a transitional housing program for previously incarcerated men with a history of substance use and homelessness.
    • Magdalene House is a residential program for women who have survived lives of addiction, prostitution, trafficking, and life on the streets.
    • Men of Valor is a faith-based transitional program for previously incarcerated men.
    • Nashville Rescue Mission seeks to help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by offering food, clothing and shelter to homeless men and women, as well as, recovery programs to those struggling with homelessness, addiction, or mental illness.
    • Room in the Inn provides crisis support, hospitality, education, shelter, and long-term solutions to individual struggling with homelessness.
    • Safe Haven Family Shelter is a shelter-to-housing program that provides comprehensive services to families struggling with homelessness. It is the only shelter in middle Tennessee that is able to accept entire families.
    • Tennessee Department of Human Services offers a network of financial, employment, protective and rehabilitative services. Commonly used services include Families First, Food Stamps (or SNAP), Child Support, Child Care Assistance, Adult Protective Services, and Vocational Rehabilitation Services.
    • The Next Door offers a continuum of care including residential services to women who are struggling with substance use and who may also have a co-occurring mental illness. Services are designed to address the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of women who are living in the community, currently incarcerated, or on parole.
    • YMCA of Middle Tennessee is an agency committed to strengthening communities by providing services and programs related to youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. YWCA strives to help women move from safety to self-sufficiency by operating a domestic violence shelter and 24/7 crisis information line, by providing free GED education, and by mentoring girls in Metro Nashville elementary and middle schools.