The Refuge Center often partners with area businesses or other nonprofits. If your business or nonprofit is interested in partnering with us contact us today.
Check out some of our current partnerships.
Sonya and Drayson Beasley are the founders of Banebow. In 2010 they lost their precious son, Bane and started this agency in his honor. Banebow seeks to provide mental, physical, financial, and spiritual assistance to families who have sustained the loss of a child. Sonya is an LCSW and as part of their ministry, they offer free counseling services to families who have lost a child. Their agency strives to meet the physical needs of grief-stricken parents until the emotional needs can be reached. The Refuge Center provides office space several hours a week for families seeking their assistance.
Bridges Domestic Violence Center
Therapists from The Refuge Center for Counseling provide group and individual counseling services for clients of Bridges Domestic Violence Center in Franklin, Tenn.
Center of Hope
Thanks to a collaborative grant from The Baptist Healing Trust, The Refuge Center for Counseling has two therapists at the Center of Hope in Columbia, Tenn. Free counseling services are provided at this location for adult victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or human trafficking.
Dream Streets is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect and empower individuals living in crisis. Their programs serve under-resourced families in West and North Nashville in the 37208 and 37209 zip codes.
The Refuge Center Family Counselor exists to support, assess, and promote mental and emotional health for the families and children of the West Nashville Dream Center community.
Healing Housing is Williamson County’s first and only nonprofit sober living community for women healing from alcohol and drug addiction. Located in Franklin, TN and opened in early 2017, its two homes provide a supportive, affordable residential recovery environment for up to twelve residents for a minimum of six months. During the program, participants have access to healthcare, financial literacy training and employment. As part of its mission to provide services which support lifelong recovery, Healing Housing partners with The Refuge Center to provide ongoing counseling services to all program participants.
Hope Family Health
HOPE Family Health seeks to improve access to medical and mental healthcare in rural Middle Tennessee, with an emphasis on vulnerable populations such as the uninsured, underinsured, poor, homeless, children, migrant workers, and those addicted to substances. They seek to restore dignity, faith, HOPE, and health in those we serve by making them partners in the healing process and providing them with loving, compassionate care. A Refuge Center therapist provides regular counseling services to their staff.
Justice and Mercy International
Justice & Mercy International (JMI) is a faith-based, non-profit organization that exists to make justice personal for the poor, the orphaned and the forgotten of the world. JMI primarily works in Moldova in Eastern Europe and in the Amazon region of Brazil and we do our work through programs that have the Good News of Jesus at their core. The Refuge Center is providing emotional support for indigenous jungle pastors and their wives as they attend a Pastor’s Conference and also trauma care for orphans in the Moldova transitional living facilities.
Williamson County DUI Court
Williamson County DUI Court offers treatment, supervision, and support for offenders who have been charged with a second or third DUI (or a 4th on a case-by-case basis), or DUI probation violation (on a case-by-case basis). DUI Court serves as a constructive alternative for offenders with alcohol and drug abuse problems. DUI Court has a graduated structure and follows specific guiding principles. The program begins with jail time and intensive probation. Williamson County DUI Court is a team concept involving the Judge, District Attorney, Public Defender & Defense Bar, DUI Court Coordinator, DUI Court Case Manager, Probation Officer, Law Enforcement, an Evaluator, and a Treatment Provider who all evaluate the individual’s progress at a weekly staff meeting.