The mission of The Village at Glencliff is to provide a dignified, loving, and hospitable medical respite/ bridge housing community for our most vulnerable friends experiencing homelessness in Nashville in an effort to meet each individual’s most basic needs so that they are empowered to focus on healing and permanent supportive housing.
The story of The Village at Glencliff began over ten years ago when four individuals came together in the wake of the devastating 2010 Nashville flood to found Open Table Nashville to advocate for housing for people experiencing homelessness who had been displaced by flooding. One of these individuals, Rev. Ingrid McIntyre, felt called to create a new space for healing after hospitalization for the people she encountered every day trying to survive on Nashville’s streets, in alleyways, among underpasses, and in parks. This was the genesis of The Village at Glencliff. In offering a portion of their church land for this project, Rev. McIntyre’s congregation at Glencliff United Methodist Church facilitated the creation of this unique model of respite care.
May 12, 2022 - May 12, 2022
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