A refugee has fled persecution.  They have survived wars, trauma, deprivation.  Lived in the uncertainty of refugee camps.  Resettled by the US government, they have been given a chance for a better life. 

But obstacles remain. 

Jobs have to be found.  English must be learned.  A new culture navigated. New foods.  New schools.  Different ways of thinking about time and relationships.  

Nations Ministry Center is committed to helping refugees rebuild their lives.

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Nations Ministry is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). All our services are nonsectarian; we serve all persons equally.

HOW YOU REBUILD LIVES

FAMILY AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES

Through immigration services to help refugees maintain legal status and family social services, Nations Ministry helps families overcome those obstacles that might prevent them from becoming genuinely self-sufficient.

ELDERS

As more of us live longer lives, we all want older Americans to have the opportunity to lead meaningful, connected lives.

Thanks to your generosity and the leadership giving of the West End Home Foundation, we began serving Nepali elders in 2018 through our innovative Front Porch program which combines culturally-relevant classroom experiences, enrichment events, and language-specific case management.

YOUTH LITERACY

Our youth literacy program NATIONS ACADEMY and summer reading program THE BIG READ help refugee children learn to read better. We also connect families to successful schools.

DOCUMENTS AND DISCLOSURES

Document Destruction and Retention Policy

Whistleblower Policy

Conflict of Interest Policy

Audit: 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016

Form 990: 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013

U. S. Dept. of Justice Accreditation Letter

Tennessee Charitable Solicitations Permit

IRS 501(c)3 Recognition Let