The phenomenal work OIS is doing has recently been recognized by Centro Hispano, a nonprofit who is the leading resource for East Tennessee’s Latino community.
Since 2002, CCETN’s Pregnancy Help Centers (PHC) have been a valuable resource for the community. The programs provide nonjudgmental, unconditional support for individuals who are facing or who have faced a pregnancy. Our support to moms and dads, and foster and custodial parents respects the dignity and culture of each person choosing to move forward with their pregnancy.
“A path to citizenship, similar to what I went through, is what most of my clients dream of achieving.” - Alessandra Ceccarelli, Office of Immigrant Services Program Leader
The Crazy Quilt Friendship Center serves low-income families in the Newcomb and Jellico areas and is open weekly on T/W/TR. Services include a food pantry; emergency assistance program; and community programs for children.
Our inaugural HOPE Kitchen ministry was one for the books! We saw over 300 souls and delivered much needed hygiene items as well as a hot meal.
Many of you are familiar with our Baby Bottle Campaign. As a result of the COVID pandemic, we have been unable to hand out our bottles as normal.
UPDATE: The CCETN Board of Trustees and staff have announced that out of concern and protection for our donors and guests in relation to the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, the 2020 Chattanooga Annual Dinner has been cancelled. Stay tuned for the March 2021 Annual Dinner date!
Please consider making a difference in the lives of children impacted by social and emotional abuse, physical harm, and neglect. Your generosity helps to
ensure these children remain in safe keeping during their most critical time of need. Please visit our Children's Emergency Shelter and Assessment Center to learn more or donate.