SEE HOW WE LIVE UNITED
VIEW ANNUAL REPORT
Greene County Schools Family Resource Center
Greene County Literacy Council
Last year, 150 GEDs were awarded, more than 11,567 free instructional hours were provided, and 1,021 students and families were served with literacy and adult education programs.
Retired Senior Volunteer Program
155 seniors provided thousands of hours of volunteer service worth more than $850,000 to local schools, non-profit organizations, and government agencies last year.
Personal Support Services
25 elderly and disabled adults received in-home assistance to help them remain independent and in their homes last year, saving their families, Greene County, and the state of Tennessee the additional expense of assisted living.
Foster Grandparents Program
Last year, 82 senior “volunteers” provided love and support to 226 special needs children. These low-income seniors received a minimal stipend to supplement their retirement.
Tennessee Rehabilitation Center
Child Advocacy Center of 3rd Judicial District
222 reported Greene County victims of severe child abuse and their non-offending caregivers were counseled and helped through the investigation and healing process last year.
Greene County Cancer Program
67 cancer patients received assistance with medication, supplies, and transportation to treatments last year.
PROVIDING BASIC NEEDS
American Red Cross
Last year, 28 families (85 individuals) who were victims of home fires received emergency assistance and services, while the entire county benefited from disaster preparation and planning by Red Cross volunteers.
Greeneville Emergency and Rescue Squad
Volunteer emergency personnel with appropriate training and equipment responded to 2,500 automobile accidents and other emergency situations to assist local residents last year.