At-Risk Youth

What We’re Doing

WSJA has developed a relationship with several organizations in Williamson County who serve at-risk youth, and partners with them to gather needed items, fund programs or facilitate events.

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    • Davis House
      The mission of Davis House is to provide investigative, advocacy, family support, and therapeutic services to children who have experienced sexual or significant physical abuse or some other traumatic event, as well as trauma-informed community education, designed to guide our towns and civic spaces to be safer and more resilient for everyone.
    • Franktown Open Hearts
      Franktown Open Hearts is a non-profit organization committed to the success of Franklin’s inner-city youth. We provide Christ-centered mentoring through weekly vocational education and experiences that prepare our underserved youth for the future.
    • Love on Wheels
      Love on Wheels is an organization that provides new suitcases filled with basic necessities for children entering the foster care system.
    • My Friend’s House
      My Friend’s House mission is to serve neglected, abused, or at-risk boys, ages 12-18, in State custody by offering a home-like environment with a balance of safety, structure, encouragement, care and expectations.
    • S.A.F.E.
      SAFE is a resource to: Foster parents, foster youth, neglected and abused youth, families in need, the Department of Children Services (DCS) and other local agencies and organizations serving at-risk youth and families.
    • Tennessee Alliance for Kids
      Tennessee Alliance for Kids (TAK) engages the community to meet the emergent and ongoing needs of children in foster care, those at risk of coming into foster care, and those aging out.
    • Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home
      TBCH provides Christ-centered, nurturing homes for children in hard places across Tennessee through compassionate on-campus homes and foster families.
    • Tennessee Kids Belong
      Tennessee Kids Belong empowers and equips leaders in the government, business, faith-based and creative sectors to end the crisis for kids in foster care.