If you are in need of assistance, please submit the form below with your information and the services we can help you with.
PLEASE re check your phone number and email address before submitting. 
If you do not get a reply from us within 48 hours  PLEASE check your SPAM box or apply again. 
You can also email the director at debbie@ncorc.org or call the office at 615-669-3629

If you are with an organization requesting help for your client please be sure to put your name and the name of your organization with the client's name and information. We will work directly through the organization in this event.

We currently do not provide education and job readiness nor ex offender reintegration as we do not have a facility but we can refer out for those services. 
If you have building space that you would like to donate and or help start one of these programs please let us know!   

If you would like to help in providing these services please visit our VOLUNTEER page.

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Monthly Health & Services Fair 
This monthly event, until a permanent location has been secured, will be held at various hosting sites consisting of free meals, food boxes, hygiene products, clothing and medical screenings.

Education And Job Readiness
Once a permanent facility has been secured The Genesis Learning Center will offer in partnership with Tennessee Adult Education Department and Trevecca Nazarene University GED assessments, classes and tutoring. Other services that will be provided are Life Skills training, literacy and ESL programs for youth and adults, job readiness training, college and career awareness and exploration events and computer application and software training. An after school program is being developed as well to address the needs of the youth and inspire the youth to excel in educational pursuits. The feasibility of a summer day camp is also being considered.

Ex-Offender Reintegration Services
Another ministry objective is to remove barriers to successful community reintegration of ex-offenders. We provide a relationship and services that bridge the gap during the difficult transition. Appointments are scheduled for each individual and their needs as well as their family needs will be addressed. Consistently food, home and hygiene products, professional and casual attire and spiritual encouragement will be offered and housing referrals and rent assistance will be provided in some situations. We are eager to effectively equip and empower ex-offenders for productive lives. Our long term goal is to grow the community reintegration services to include Transitional housing and case management. Housing would be provided for a minimal resident fee and a percentage of the fee returned upon completion of a one year in the program. We would work with them to find jobs and provide money management classes and prepare them for economic Independence

Social Services
Emergency food, clothing, hygiene product and home supplies are always available. Referral are provided for housing, health screenings and medical treatment and employment. To accomplish our mission of empowering the poor and undeserved evidenced by social, emotional and spiritual wholeness, the NCORC plans to expand health education and services with the establishment of a small free clinic that will serve the community daily. Currently we have partnered with Vanderbilt's chapter of the AMSA and Shade Tree Clinic to conduct a study and research on health care education to the chronic poverty and uninsured. As a part of our long term strategy in assisting individuals transform broken lives to wholeness, is to operate a residential facility housing NCORC's 90 day treatment plan for drug and alcohol addiction.

Annual Back To School Event
Annually we will hold a fun and exciting Back To School Bash. Here we will provide a free meal, fun events, medical screenings, backpacks and school supplies, SSA and free shoes. This may run concurrent with the Summer Day Camp we are currently considering.

NCORC Annual Living Well Women's Expo "Because You're Worth It"
This annual event will provide extended services and comprehensive resources in one location to equip women and their families to fight social, financial, emotional, and spiritual impacts of chronic poverty!

Free Flu Shot Clinic
Each fall, partnership with Vanderbilt, Shade Tree Clinic and AMSA we hold a free flu and vaccine clinic for the homeless, uninsured and under insured. This will run concurrent with the fall monthly health and services fair.

In 2016 the NCORC will be expanding our boarders!
We will be seeking small start up non profits
 that have a dream to serve their community and to perhaps
place under the umbrella of our 501c3  tax exempt status. 
 
There is no start up money available.
Space Is Limited! 
Details Coming Soon! 

We are specifically looking in the area of food pantries,
 mobile and stationary, free clothing locations, 
ex offender outreach, job readiness, 
mobile wash stations for clothing and showers. 

If you are interested in any of the above 
please call our office at 615-669-3629 or 
email the director at debbie@ncorc.org
 for more information. 

Let's Talk About Your Dream
 And Perhaps Together 
We Can Make It Come True!