Call Tornado Recovery Connection at (615) 270-9255 today.

In partnership with the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Recover Wilson County, local agencies and community groups are coordinating efforts to address your recovery needs and help our neighbors rebuild from the March tornadoes. The Tornado Recovery Connection helpline provides callers throughout Middle Tennessee with resources for immediate relief and helps identify those with long-term needs.

Tornado Recovery Connection provides assistance for the following services:

  • Counseling and mental health support
  • Direct financial assistance
  • FEMA mediation
  • Food assistance
  • Home furnishings
  • Home repair and construction services
  • Household goods
  • Housing placement
  • Insurance mediation
  • Legal assistance
  • Mortgage assistance
  • Primary healthcare services
  • Rent assistance
  • Short-term housing
  • Short-term rental assistance
  • Tree debris removal
  • Utility payment assistance

Calls to the Tornado Recovery Connection help to build a valuable database for the Metro Nashville Long-Term Recovery Group, which is composed of dozens of nonprofits who have convened to assist in rebuilding the lives of those affected by the tornadoes.

The helpline is administered by TNUMC and United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), which has been serving disasters since 1940. UMCOR brings their knowledge and experience to a community and helps set up local case managers–the people who provide care and counsel, and walk with tornado survivors through their recovery.

If you are still in need of help, please call 615-270-9255 today.

We want to help you recover from the devastating tornadoes that swept through Middle Tennessee.
The helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Case workers will follow up with you as soon as possible.