Helping our neighbors

Are you ready for this week's success story? Here we go:

A client of CPRCD was working as a home health CNA but her hours kept getting cut back which made it hard for her. Through the work of the Clinch-Powell Home Team and the Hardest Hit Fund, she was approved for 3 years of payment assistance; total funds allocated are $35,013.35. It has been a long road but it is so worth seeing her smile and say "Clinch-Powell Home Team was a life saver for me and my family! They were my voice. They were my wonderful and passionate advocate. They made me feel empowered."

Henderson Chapel AME Zion Methodist Church: A Picture of Resilience

Written By: Elizabeth Grisham

Appalachia is rich in beauty and culture. There is no place quite like it, and for centuries lives here have woven together, like squares on a quilt, to create a patchwork image of the triumph and hardship; the victory and adversity that make up the human story. As our Nation celebrates Black History Month, we would like to take a moment to reflect on a remarkable piece of East Tennessee History that played out here in Grainger County, only a few feet away from our beloved Bryan House: The History of Henderson Chapel AME Zion Church.

Home Team Experience Survey

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Introducing The Bryan House Buzz!

We are excited to roll out our email based newsletter, The Bryan House Buzz. To be issued twice per month, it will arrive directly to your email inbox from news@clinchpowell.net. Check out the Buzz over a cup of coffee for news and notes you need to know!

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New Home Team Experience Survey

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