East Tennessee State University College of Nursing
The Johnson City Downtown Day Center is a safe place for homeless individuals to go during the day to receive essential services. These services include: Primary Care and behavioral health services, counseling, Substance Abuse and Trauma groups, case management, washer/dryer services, shower services, and a clothes closet. The Day Center is open to individuals, families, and youth over the age of 18 years old. Case Managers are on site daily to assist all clients with navigating the homeless services process in Johnson City. These services can include obtaining housing, employment, state ID/birth certificate and applying for SSI/SSDI. The Johnson City Downtown Day Center is open Monday – Friday from 7:00 am – 3:30 pm.
Behavioral/Mental Health Care Services, Case Management/Social Services, Flu Vaccinations, HIV/AIDS screening/education, Primary Health Care, Referrals for Specialty Care, Shelter outreach, Substance Abuse Treatment, Showers, laundry, snacks, phone and mail services/assistance
Linkages include the Veterans Administration Medical Center Mountain Home, Appalachian Regional Commission of Homelessness, Salvation Army, Haven of Mercy, Interfaith Hospitality Network, and Johnson City and Washington County jail systems.
Estimated homeless population: 800
Patients served: 500
Frontier Health Services Woodridge Hospital403 State of Franklin Road Johnson City, TN 37604
- Richard Kirk
- (423) 979-7483
Keystone Dental Care
603 Bert Street Johnson City, TN 37601
- George Karnes or Rebecca Nunley
- (423) 232-7919