COVID Resources 2020

Resource Information Regarding COVID-19

Financial, Health, & Educational Assistance for All People in the Antioch Community


Siloam Health

Contact: Amy Richardson (

  • HEALTH Antioch satellite clinic open

    • Walk-ins accepted

    • Accepts the uninsured and those with private insurance

    • Attendance is going up at clinics

    • $40 flat fee

  • HEALTH Melrose clinic

    • Accepts new patients

    • Need proof of income

    • Process done in person


Conexión Américas

Contact: General Hotline: (615) 270-9252, call/text 9 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.

   COVID Hotline: (615) 326-9986 (Spanish avail.)

  • FINANCIAL Hotel voucher program: coming soon

  • FINANCIAL Financial assistance: coming soon

  • HEALTH Food distribution: 1x/month. (Email Elizabeth for flyers and to refer families for food distribution)

  • HEALTH Spanish-language COVID hotline up and running; call volume starting to pick up

  • EDUCATIONAL Survey (Spanish/English) for Davidson County residents on how leftover CARES Act funding should be distributed. 

  • EDUCATIONAL P-EBT has ended; advocate w/TIRRC for people who missed the deadline



Contacts: Caitlin Washburn: (615)-736-1140,

     Harriett Myers: (615)-651-4904,

     MPHD COVID Results Line: (615)-862-7007

     MPHD COVID hotline: (615)-862-7777

  • HEALTH Fairgrounds has opened new family shelter pods

  • HEALTH Ongoing issue with employers and persistent positive cases (people who continue to test positive after they have already finished their 10 day isolation). MPHD has a letter from the state people can provide employers. Working with TIRRC and legal team on potential public health order.


Corner to Corner

Contact: Shana Berkeley: (615) 270-9785

   Facebook: @cornertocornernashville 

“As you may know, COVID has disproportionately affected the Black community. About 41% of black businesses closed because of this pandemic. Corner to Corner is working hard to make sure that is not Nashville's story through our entrepreneurship program, The Academy.”

  • EDUCATIONAL All the information -- including the “Register Now” button -- is on the website:


Salvation Army


  • EDUCATIONAL The Salvation Army has a good amount of funding available (and possibly more coming) to help those who have been affected by COVID-19 by paying rent or utilities. 

    • Eligibility criteria:

      • Live in Davidson County

      • Have a letter from their employer to prove that they were laid off or their hours were dramatically decreased as a result of COVID-19


Community Care Fund

Contact: (615) 269-6835

  • FINANCIAL NES and TVA have teamed up with the Community Care Fund, matching contributions worth $350,000 to help pay down bills for customers financially affected by COVID-19

    • Managed by Needlink Nashville

    • Apply online; or, if you're 75+ you can call

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