TVCH strengthens capacity of partner providers within the Tennessee Valley Continuum of Care through technical assistance, funding opportunities, data collection and dissemination.



Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), is a computerized data collection application and storage system. As the HMIS Lead, TVCH provides new user and refresher training, database technical assistance, and CoC data reports to Congress.


As the Lead Agency of the Tennessee Valley Continuum of Care, TVCH completes the CoC funding application submission, provides program consulting and technical assistance to CoC partners.



Social Enterprises at TVCH are small businesses designed to employ residents in a supportive, skill-building environment. Each enterprise provides an opportunity for residents to access self-esteem and empowerment through an encouraging community, skill-building and earned income.


By combining a job-readiness program with housing and services, residents will improve job search skills, self-confidence, and employability. Employment Specialists, will provide ongoing support, which is crucial to helping residents tackle workplace and personal development hurdles that may affect their ability to stay employed. As these hurdles are accomplished, confidence is increased, and economic stability occurs. Work with us, and you will get job-ready candidates who are prepared for the workplace and motivated to succeed.


To address the complexities of homelessness we are available to provide customized consultation and technical assistance to both groups and organizations that want to join us in making homelessness rare in our region and beyond.

All of our services are provided by our experienced team of both practitioners and administrators who have combined experience of over 40 years of practice. Our services are tailored to be a catalyst for small to medium size organization and work groups that desire to address at least one complex issue of homelessness. We have specific experience in addressing rural homelessness.


  • Leadership development with decision makers
  • Meeting facilitation with key stakeholders and community representation and
  • Being a fiscal agent for start-ups until they are incorporated

We are piloting a development of 48 single family eco-friendly affordable homes for persons who have experienced homelessness and low-income persons at-risk of homelessness. This housing development is a 2-3 year program, equipping veterans and families through a supportive, skill-building, environment. Upon the last year of the program, the household will work with Habitat for Humanity or a local contractor to build their new home with the help of a USDA rural development loan, which will build their assets and revitalize the community.