The West Nashville Dream Center is a nonprofit ministry center committed to PROTECT and EMPOWER our neighbors living in distress. We aim to alleviate crisis living.

Our programs serve under-resourced, single-mother led families in the West Nashville area with focus neighborhoods of service: Clifton Pike/40th Avenue corridor, Historic Preston Taylor, Village West Apartments, and the Skyview Apartment complex. We meet basic needs, provide family-strengthening tools, and also facilitate community building events, all in an effort to increase the safety and quality of life in the community.

We are currently a mobile ministry as we secure a permanent home in the area we serve. To learn more about our current building situation, visit our news and events page.

Take a tour of our website to learn more about our story, the programs we offer on a weekly basis,  as well as how you can be involved in serving and giving.

With Sincere Thanks,

The West Nashville Dream Center Team

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