Housing Resources


Many types of housing and supportive living facilities operate in Tennessee. Click on the link below and in the “Licensed Category -Select” box choose what you are looking for, THEN click SUBMIT to get a list in that category.

Additional Mental Health Housing:

Agape Outreach Homes provides housing and care for men with severe persistent mental illness.  We serve 24 adult men through education/training at the home on all daily living skills (cooking, cleaning, medication management, etc.), and partner with a psychosocial rehabilitation program (PSR) that offers classes about their mental illness, coping skills, and much more.


Additional Alcohol & Drug Recovery Housing:

E.M Jellinek Center is a therapeutic residential community that provides a clean, nurturing environment where clients with substance abuse or co-occurring disorders can receive treatment to help insure freedom from the devastating cycle of addiction and achieve a successful transition to healthy, independent living.  We offer long term residential treatment in a home-type setting that is designed to address the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual dysfunctions of persons involved in a substance abusing lifestyle. 

865-525- 4627

Oxford Houses

Oxford Houses are safe, supportive housing options for adults at least 18 years old who are in recovery from alcohol abuse and/or drug abuse. Individuals must be motivated to live in a disciplined, supportive, alcohol- and drug-free living environment and able to gain employment or receive some type of legitimate financial assistance. Residents pay a weekly fee that includes rent, utilities, cable, and internet connection. The fee varies between $80 and $110 per week, depending on the location.

A listing of Oxford Houses in Tennessee along with vacancies and contact phone numbers can be found at this link.

Additional Mental Health or Co-Occurring Housing:

Community Supportive Housing: The Community Supportive Housing program provides flexible funding to agencies to provide supported housing for adults who are diagnosed with mental illness and co-occurring disorders. As part of the support services provided, staff is hired by contract agencies to provide on-site supervision for the residents and as-needed supervision to non-supervised group homes and apartments. Staff members also coordinate outside activities for the residents and work one-on-one to develop a housing plan that identifies the consumer’s ideal housing goal and the steps needed to achieve more independent living. Depending on facility needs, these funds can also cover other program expenses such as utilities, food, transportation, etc.

AIM Center
Hamilton County

Catholic Charities of East TN
Counties Served: Blount, Claiborne, Hamblen, Knox

Frontier Health
Carter, Greene, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, Washington

McNabb Center
Knox County

Knox County ARC
Knox County

Volunteer Behavioral Healthcare Systems
Counties Served: Bledsoe, Bradley, Cannon, Clay, Cumberland, DeKalb, Fentress, Grundy, Hamilton, Jackson, Macon, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Polk, Rhea, Rutherford, Sequatchie, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Van Buren, Warren, White, Williamson, Wilson

The Mental Health Association offers all services to eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin or disability.

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