Rutherford County Resources
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges. Many Rutherford County residents have experienced a loss in income due to the pandemic. Rutherford County has allocated funds to assist with rent and/or utilities for residents struggling financially.
Find out more about this program including eligibility requirements by visiting http://rutherfordcountytn.gov/rental-relief-program.
A hotline is available from 8am-4:30pm on Monday to Friday and 9am-12pm on Saturday. Call 615-334-4777 to speak to a representative about this program.
Health and wellness support services are necessary to keep communities healthy.
On the path to recovery, individuals may need help with their health, living arrangements, jobs, and social support.
Services at the health departments include the WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) Program for nutritional support and food vouchers, routine immunizations for all ages, prenatal care including help enrolling in TennCare, breastfeeding services, and dental services for youth and young adults under age 20.
General health services – including health care for individuals with TennCare, the underinsured, and the uninsured – are offered at the St. Louise Clinic, the Primary Care & Hope Clinic, and Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center.