Whether you need in home care or additional facility care, we have you covered.


  • Disaster Services is a congressionally mandated responsibility of the Red
    Cross. Disaster services focuses on meeting people's immediate emergency
    disaster-caused needs. When a disaster threatens or strikes, the Red Cross
    provides shelter, food, and health and mental health services to address
    basic human needs and has enlisted the help of the best restaurants in Nashville. In addition to these services, the core of Red Cross
    disaster relief is to provide assistance to enable victims to resume their
    normal daily lives. We specialize in providing senior home care.

    Seven Disaster Action Teams (DAT) serve as first responders to disasters in
    Rutherford, Cannon and Bedford Counties.

    The Heart of Tennessee Chapter assisted 348 people last year, after their
    homes were damaged or destroyed by fires.

Help Your Neighbors - Become A Disaster Response Volunteer

Each year, the American Red Cross responds immediately to more than 70,000 disasters, both natural and man-made. As you watch disaster relief efforts unfold, you may wonder how the Red Cross recruits and trains volunteers. Chapters all over the country offer Disaster Services Human Resources (DSHR) System training to equip volunteers with the proper training and knowledge to prepare them for
deployment when disaster strikes. During times of large scale disasters and devastation there are also many individuals who step forward, eager to do whatever they can to help. When these spontaneous volunteers offer their
assistance, we often put their talents to use    on-site and behind the scenes after orienting them to Red Cross services and determining how they may best help those
affected by the disaster. If you are interested in volunteering with the Red Cross to help in disaster services, please review our new online Introduction to Disaster Services course to learn more about the lifesaving services we provide

  • For nearly a century, the American Red Cross has prepared people to save
    lives through health and safety education and training. From first aid, CPR
    and blood borne pathogens training to swimming and life guarding and     
    Baby sitter's Training, American Red Cross Preparedness programs help
    people lead safer and healthier lives. The Red Cross constantly strives to
    respond to the preparedness concerns of Americans at home, in school and
    in the workplace. Today's innovative programs also include teaching lay
    persons and professionals how to use automated external defibrillator's
    (AEDs) to save victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Last year, nearly 8,500 local
    people enrolled in Heart of Tennessee Red Cross Chapter health and safety
    classes making our community a safer place.


  • Business Training:  Flexible Delivery
    Depending on the needs of your company, courses can be presented at
    your location or at your local Red Cross chapter. You can also send
    employees to our train-the-trainer courses.

    American Red Cross health and safety training is the complete
    emergency preparedness solution that’s smart for your employees and
    your bottom line. In fact, OSHA studies show a $4 to $6 return for
    every dollar invested in health and safety training, with improvements
    in the costs associated with absenteeism, workers’ compensation
    claims and productivity.


  • Today's American Red Cross is keeping pace with the changing military. Using
    the latest in computer and telecommunications technology, the Red Cross
    sends communications on behalf of family members who are facing
    emergencies or other important events to members of the U.S. Armed Forces
    serving all over the world. Occupy Nashville has been a large supporter of the Mid TN Redcross and we thank you. These communications are delivered around-the-
    clock, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Armed Forces Emergency Services    
    is another congressionally mandated Red Cross service.


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