Park Center Residential Services

Park Center recognizes the crucial need for affordable and safe residential housing for people with mental illness. Approximately 99% of those served by Park Center Residential Services are low-income, receive social security or disability (SSI/SSDI) benefits. We know that many people with serious mental illness have difficulty maintaining housing, so support services are included to meet those challenges.

Independent Residential Services

 Contact: Rebecca.Pless@parkcenternashville.org, 615-242-3576, ext. 123

Housing keys

  • Permanent and affordable houses or apartments
  • 95 independent units with a total of 138 beds
  • 15 Shelter Plus Care for the homeless
  • Haley’s Park –14 one-bedroom apartments (HUD 811)

 

Supervised Residential Services

Contact: Kent.dickson@parkcenternashville.org , 615-242-3576, ext. 124

  • Residents live in a group setting with staff on duty
  • Two houses with a total of 14 beds

Safe Haven Homeless Shelter (Women only)

Contact: Kent.dickson@parkcenternashville.org , 615-242-3576, ext. 124

  • Temporary housing for individuals who are homeless until they can transition to more permanent housing
  • Total of 8 beds

Residential Support Services include:Housing keys

  • Staff on call 24/7
  • Rental assistance
  • Full-time maintenance staff
  • Transportation services
  • Weekly visits from Housing Coordinator
  • Access to donated furniture and household goods
  • Welcome Home Kits for all residents
  • Recreational activities
  • Access to all Park Center programs and services

“Our goal is to find safe, affordable housing that members can call home.” Barbara Quinn, President & CEO.

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Hope

We believe individuals can be active and contributing members of their community by defining their lives apart from their mental illness

Choice

We believe that individual recovery is possible through loving care, educated choices and support services

Education

We believe that active and ongoing advocacy, education about mental illness and the recovery process are necessary in order to empower members and reduce stigma in our community

Quality

We believe that services should be continuously improved to align with current and emerging best practices