Chattanooga Food and Clothing Resources

Food and Clothing

Salvation Army Chattanooga

Programs range from free cooling fans for the elderly to holiday support and school supplies for children. They also offer social services food, and more, in addition to the clothing closet. Christmas toys, diapers, and households items may also be available at the low cost Family Store. More on Chattanooga Salvation Army assistance programs.

2140 East 28th St
Chattanooga, TN 37407

(865) 305-6200

Chattanooga Rescue Mission

Shelter guests can receive clothing. They may also be blankets, meals, hygiene items such as soap, and other material goods.

1512 S. Holtzclaw Ave
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37404

(865) 756-3126

Ladies of Charity

Vouchers are given for items ranging from clothes to work attire or food. Seniors in Hamilton County can seek assistance, including transportation, from the charity more often than others.

2821 Rossville Blvd.
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37404

(423) 698-2846

Chattanooga Community Clothing Department and Kitchen

Advocacy services are combined with clothes for work, meals, and medical care.

727 E 11th Street
Chattanooga, TN 37403

(865) 756-4222

Clothing Only

 Forgotten Child Fund

During the winter there will be coats for children from low income families, boots, gloves, and other clothes for the youth in Hamilton County.

1715 East Main St.
Chattanooga, TN 37404

(423) 697-0031 

The Samaritan Center

A large number of resources are offered by this non-profit, social service agency center. Receive furniture, emergency assistance with basic needs (rent, utilities, medicine) and more. The location also runs a thrift store and a so called Toy Connection for free Christmas assistance. Children, senior citizens, and the disabled are some of the primary beneficiaries. A health clinic is also on site. Or call for referrals.

9231 Lee Highway
Ooltewah, Tennessee 37363

238-7777

 Northside Neighborhood House

One focus is on students. GED classes, notebooks for class, uniforms, and other aid is passed out by volunteers.

211 Minor Street
Chattanooga, TN 37405

(865) 267-2217 

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