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Basic Needs

Here are some names of organizations that assist families in meeting their basic needs. West Wilson Middle School and Wilson County Schools do not endorse or refer to any specific provider. This list is simply for informational purposes only. Every effort has been made to ensure that the contact information provided here is up-to-date, however all information is subject to change.

Big Brothers of Mt. Juliet

Big Brothers can help when a family is experiencing short term difficulties with paying an electrical bill, water bill, heating bill, sewer bill, rent, needing food for their family, medications, etc.,They have a committee that takes the request, investigates and makes a decision on whether help is needed. They also will have a Christmas store for those in need.

Wilson County Community Help Center

230 W. High Street
Lebanon, TN 37087

The objective of the Help Center is to provide food, clothing, household necessities, and financial assistance for utilities, gasoline and prescription drugs for individuals in need in our community, along with Ensure for our elderly and cancer patients.

Wilson County Help Quest

Wilson County HelpQuest is an Internet based database for detailed information about community services in Wilson County, TN.

Mt. Juliet Help Center

3425B N. Mt. Juliet Rd.
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee 37122

Our purpose is to provide emergency assistance and to help people achieve stability by offering a helping hand; so that the next hand reaching out to others could be their own. We strive to help all citizens in the Mt. Juliet and West Wilson County area. All information is kept confidential. We team up with churches, schools, and other organizations to provide as much help as possible.

Emergency Shelter for Women & Children

Brooks House in Lebanon

Medical Care for People (age 16 and up) who are uninsured

Charis Health Center
2620 N. Mt. Juliet Road
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122


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