CURRENT COMMUNITY PARTNER AGENCIES (2017/18)
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF EAST TN – Contact: Doug Kose (865) 243-3880, firstname.lastname@example.org. Program: One to One mentoring of at-risk youth.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN COUNCIL – Contact: Micah Huffman (865) 588-6514, email@example.com Program: Leadership Experience/ Academic Achievement/Boy Scouting.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF THE SMOKY MOUNTAINS –Contact: Mark Ross (865) 428-6550, firstname.lastname@example.org Program: Education and career development/ improvement for children.
DOUGLAS CHEROKEE/SEV. COUNTY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER –Contact: Tammy Palmer (865) 453-7131 email@example.com Program: Sevier County Help Fund providing emergency assistance with food, utilities, rent/mortgage assistance, health & housing services, home delivered meals, employment assistance, USDA Commodity food distribution to the needy.
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF EAST TENNESSEE – Contact: Pam Hughes (865) 522-4991, firstname.lastname@example.org Program: Provides services for individuals with epilepsy and their families; educate/teach the community about causes, myths, ways to prevent epilepsy, etc..
HEARTLAND SERVICES – Contact: Joyce Hughes, (865) 453-3254, email@example.com Program: Adult Day Services/Special Needs. Additional services/programs provided are assistance with job procurement and support, coaching, residential group home, pre-vocational training as well as family support.
HELEN ROSS MCNABB CENTER –Contact: Shellie Hall (865) 429-0557, firstname.lastname@example.org Program: Indigent care for children & adults – include psychiatric assessment, individual & family counseling, advocacy, child abuse and safety education.
LEGAL AID OF EAST TENNESSEE –Contact: Debra House (865) 251-4956, email@example.com Program: Provides free legal help to the low income population in Sevier County. Civil Legal Assistance/Financial Stability.
MOUNTAIN HOPE GOOD SHEPHERD CLINIC – Contact: Mary Vance (865) 774-0066, firstname.lastname@example.org Program: Provides general medicine and health screenings; as well as dental extractions, fillings and cleanings for the medically uninsured in Sevier County.
SAFE HARBOR CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER – Contact: Donna Koester (865) 774-1777, email@example.com Program: Therapy for Physically/Sexually Abused Children.
SAFESPACE– Contact: Van Wolfe (865) 453-9254, firstname.lastname@example.org Program provides victims of domestic violence with shelter, support, counseling, education and advocacy.
SENIOR CITIZENS HOME ASSISTANCE SERVICE – Contact: Delinda Summers (865) 523-2920, email@example.com Program: Provides the elderly and persons with disabilities affordable life enrichment non-medical services and programs to improve their quality of life from needs assessment, respite services, shopping, transportation, homemaker services & companionship services to individualized care plans.
SEVIER COUNTY CHILDREN’S SHELTER – Contact: Kaye Webb (865) 680-5480, firstname.lastname@example.org Program: Provides children with basic needs and housing in crisis situations ages 0-17.
SEVIER COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING – Contact: Jane Howes (865) 453-8080, email@example.com Program: Provides meals to homebound seniors and disabled individuals in situations where no other food source is available five days a week; needs assessment, transportation to doctor appointments, shopping and pharmacy.
SEYMOUR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT – Contact: John Linsenbigler (865) 851-1157, firstname.lastname@example.org Program: EMS first response/extrication/ fire suppression/smoke detectors. Provides emergency and non-emergency services to all of the population in their service area.
WOMEN’S CARE CENTER OF SEVIER COUNTY — Contact: Phyllis Williams (865) 428-4673, email@example.com Program: Client/volunteer training. Helps clients and their families thru crisis pregnancies, offers ongoing parenting classes.