The Street Outreach Program helps young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 who are sleeping outside, living temporarily at someone’s house, staying at a shelter, or passing through town looking for a safe place to stay.
Wherever you are on your journey, Oasis can help you take the next step.
How can you help me?
We can meet you around town. Our staff provides food, hygiene items, clothes, transportation and resources to help find a safe place to stay.
You can also come to our Outreach Center located at 1704 Charlotte Ave.
• Eat a hot meal
• Take a shower
• Grab hygiene supplies
• Get clean clothes at our “Threads ‘N Treads” closet
• Do laundry
• Get help with job and housing search
• Talk to staff about what your goals and needs
• Connect with programs like College Connection
Click here for a list of other programs and services for youth and young adults in Nashville.
Current Outreach Center Hours
Open for drop-ins from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We also schedule appointments and manage crisis situations throughout the week. You can reach us at 615-327-4455 for more information. Someone is available 24/7 for crisis planning. Due to COVID and staffing, we may experience temporary alternate hours at times.
During the winter, if you’re looking for a safe place to come in from the cold, we will help you find an overnight shelter in Nashville.
Call us for more information at 615-327-4455.
Winter Shelter Options (November 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024)
Please visit coldweathernashville.com for shelter options and specifications. You can also call us at our 24-hour crisis line at 615-327-4455 for more information.
How to Stay Informed during the winter season (Nov. 1-March 31):
Each morning by 9 am, the status of this website will be updated. They will post any updates immediately as they have the information.
Information Phone Line: You can text Nashvillewinter to 84483 or call 615.862.6391
Each morning by 9 am, an updated recording on Metro’s Extreme Weather Information Line will inform you whether the Metro’s overflow shelter is open.
During winter, the Extreme Weather Facebook page will post when Metro opens an overflow shelter.