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Your monetary donations are TAX DEDUCTABLE
Donations of time are also needed!

CAB of Warren County

The purpose of this advisory board is to safeguard and enhance the welfare of children and to preserve family life, by preventing harm and abuse to children and by strengthening the ability of families to parent their children effectively through a multi-level response system using available community-based public and private services. Preservation of the family should serve as the framework for services.

CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocate

CASA volunteers are Judge appointed to assist in determination of the best possible outcome for abused, neglected, or exploited children on a case by case basis. Despite the state's attempts to help, these children may become trapped in the court and child welfare maze spending their childhood moving from one temporary shelter to another. CASA becomes the voice of these children. CASA serves Cumberland, Overton, and Putnam County. For more information visit: www.uchracasa4children.com

CHANCE Residential Centers

The CHANCE Residential Center for girls, Indian Mound Residential Center for boys and the Youth Impact Center for boys give safe, structured environments to teens that are wards of the State. Although State contracts provide basic shelter, clothing, and food, teens also need school fees paid, appropriate clothing, and education about wholesome forms of entertainment. Your CHANCE donation will give teens these important "extra" benefits.

Congregate Meals

Our Elderly Nutrition Program needs help serving congregate meals at our local Senior Citizen Centers. Come serve meals and get to know the seniors in your community! Contact your local UCHRA county office to help.

Elderly Home Delivered Meals

Our Elderly Nutrition Program needs volunteers to deliver meals to home bound seniors. Contact your local UCHRA county office to help.

Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)

Your donation to The Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program helps to provide housing information services including counseling, information and referral to assist eligible individuals to locate, acquire, finance and maintain housing to prevent homelessness. Additional services include assistance with needs assessment, drug and alcohol abuse treatment and counseling, day care, and nutritional service through local, state and federal benefits and services.

UCHRA Public Transit Services

The UCHRA Public Transit Services, lift the spirits of all its riders, giving transportation to stores, doctors, and shopping in the city of Cookeville, the Upper Cumberland region and the State of Tennessee.

Select a Program Below for More Information

Adult Community Corrections Program
Adult Protective Service (APS) Homemaker
CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocate
CATS - Cookeville Area Transit System
CHANCE Residential Centers
Child & Adult Care Food Program
Commodities (Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program)
DUI School
Emergency Services Program
Homemaker Aide Program & Elderly Chore Service
Home Modifications for the Elderly and Disabled
Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
Information and Referral Services
Job Access Program
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Nutrition Program for Older Adults & Adults with Disabilities
Personal Care Services
Rural Commuter Van Pool Program
Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership
Title V, Senior Community Service Employment Program    (SCSEP)
UCHRA Public Transportation Services
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
Workforce Investment Act (WIA): Youth
Workforce Investment Act (WIA): Adult
Workforce Investment Act (WIA): Dislocated Worker

Application Downloads

Application for LIHEAP