Our caring staff works with women, men and children who have been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or other traumatic events. The McNabb Center offers outreach and counseling services, as well as safe housing and crisis hotlines.
Our caring staff works with women, men and their children who have experienced domestic violence. Staff can assist victims in finding the support and resources to live a life free from abuse. In addition to outreach and counseling services, the Center offers a safe emergency shelter and transitional housing for individuals in need.
The Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline is answered 24 hours a day: (865) 637-8000.
The Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee (SACET) is a resource for victims of a recent sexual assault and victims of an assault or sexual abuse that happened months or years ago. The Center’s crisis hotline is answered 24 hours a day: (865) 522-7273. The Center has Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners available at all times to provide forensic nursing to sexual assault crime victims. In addition, the Center offers education, advocacy and therapy services.
The McNabb Center’s Safe Place program provides outreach and emergency services to runaway and homeless youth, ages 12-18. We are here to offer support in a safe and anonymous place to figure out your next steps.
To learn more about the emergency shelter, food, clothing, counseling and referrals for health care offered to youth in need, call our runaway youth hotline at (865) 523-2689.
Youth Emergency Shelter
The Youth Emergency Shelter provides a temporary place of stability and safety for children who need immediate care. Children in our care will have a comfortable bed, food, clothing, hygiene care, safety education, counseling and, most importantly, love. This program offers follow up services to children and families, including intensive case management services to prevent future disruption and ensure stability.
Call the Youth Emergency Shelter hotline at (423) 586-7740.