We ask our residents to commit to at least six months to the program to begin the process of recovery and a new way of life. We believe meetings, sponsors, service, education, community, work, spiritual development, openness, honesty, and willingness are all important for well-being, self-sufficiency, and healthy recovery. Additionally, mental health and proper medical care referrals can be a critical component for one’s success in recovery. Our Peer Support Specialists and the positive peer culture of the homes foster a nonjudgmental sense of belonging, trust, and care. We ask residents to commit to being responsible for their recovery and live peaceable with their house mates. “Do unto others as you would have them do to you” is a guiding principle for community living.
Recovery Residences – East Nashville
Graduate Recovery Residences – East Nashville
Great job guys you are really making a difference in our lives, fact is you are helping us get a life back that most of us thought was gone. Kudos for real!!!
Thank you so much for your ministry and may God continue to richly bless it and others through it.
I believe in the mission of WHM and believe the staff have a heart to help people with addiction.
Thanks for helping me to turn my life around for the better and finding God plans for me.
Gratitude For Our Collaborative Partners
Welcome Home Ministries collaborates with many organizations like the Veterans Administration, Room in the Inn (Campus for Human Development), area hospitals and alcohol and drug treatment facilities, as well as churches and individuals. Additionally, we are grateful for our annual benefit golf tournament sponsors and players (golf partners), whose support has assisted our ministry efforts throughout the year.
The Memorial Foundation
“The mission of The Memorial Foundation is to improve the quality of life for people through support to nonprofit organizations. The Memorial Foundation responds to diverse community needs, assisting agencies that focus on: health, human & social services, education, senior citizens, youth and children, community services, and substance abuse programs.”
“The Foundation also strives to respond to immediate, critical needs that arise in the community. With assistance from the Foundation, organizations including The Salvation Army, The American Red Cross, Second Harvest Food Bank, Nashville Tree Foundation, and YWCA have received funds.”
“Whether offering ongoing support or responding in times of crisis, The Memorial Foundation will continue to provide valuable assistance to nonprofit organizations that are finding solutions to local community needs that improve the quality of life.”
Welcome Home Ministries has received generous grants from The Memorial Foundation since 2010 to support WHM’s Alcohol and Drug Recovery Support Program.
Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
This project is funded under a Grant Contract with the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
We Acknowledge And Express Our Gratitude For Our Many Friends And Supporters
- Brentwood Baptist Church
- Cal Turner Family Foundation
- FEMA/United Way
- Joe C. Davis Foundation
- Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)
- Nashville-Davidson County Homelessness Continuum of Care (CoC): Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
- Nashville Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency (MDHA)
- Nashville Veterans Administration
- Phillips Family Foundation
- Tennessee Addiction Recovery Program (ARP)
- The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
- The Frist Foundation
- United Parcel Service (UPS)
To enter into worlds of brokenness in order that all might experience wholeness in Jesus Christ.