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Chattanooga Room in The Inn

Chattanooga Room in the Inn (CRITI) is a three to nine month residential program for homeless women and children. Services provided at CRITI are free of charge and include transitional housing, three meals a day, access to affordable or free health care, life skills training, parenting classes, mentoring, assistance with finding affordable housing, and case management services. This program allows the women and their children to find stability and thereby increase their opportunities and chances for independence when they leave the program.

We require sobriety and have zero tolerance of drug/alcohol use.  

Chattanooga Room in the Inn (CRITI) is a three to nine month residential program for homeless women and children. Services provided at CRITI are free of charge and include transitional housing, three meals a day, access to affordable or free health care, life skills training, parenting classes, mentoring, assistance with finding affordable housing, and case management services. This program allows the women and their children to find stability and thereby increase their opportunities and chances for independence when they leave the program.

We require sobriety and have zero tolerance of drug/alcohol use.  

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  • 230 N. Highland Park Avenue
  • Chattanooga
  • TN
  • 37404
  • United States

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Chattanooga Room in The Inn

Tennessee Treatments by Gender and Age

Women

Tennessee Family Services

Tennessee Rehabs with Residential beds for clients' children

Tennessee Types of Payments

Free Treatment / Low-Budget

Prevention and Other Services

Shelter

Tennessee Cities

Chattanooga

Tennessee Counties

Hamilton County

Tennessee Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Tennessee Addiction Services by Type of Drug

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