Nashville, Tenn., (TN Tribune) – Renewal House, the only provider of a long-term substance use disorder treatment program for pregnant women, mothers, and their children in Middle Tennessee, welcomes community members to celebrate the organization’s 25th anniversary expansion with a beam raising ceremony on May 18. A 35,000 square foot facility with 34 apartments will double the capacity of services to women and their children.
Renewal House serves more than 500 women and children a year through all of its programs combined. The nonprofit helps women gain the skills to remain sober, give their children nurturing care, improve their physical and mental health, and secure employment. The organization has an average wait list of more than 60 women in need of family residential services at any given time and is building a new facility on its campus to double its current capacity.
What: 25th Anniversary Expansion Beam Raising Ceremony
Who: Renewal House
When: May 18, 10 AM CST
Where: 3410 Clarksville Pike, Nashville, TN 37218