Trinity Out-Reach Center of Hope

It Takes Many Hands

to build a house, but it takes a community to make it a home.


Our Goal

is to work together as a commmunity to address the homelessness issue.


No address. No transportation. No ID. No birth certificate. No social security card.

Homeless individuals have many barriers to self-sufficiency. We assist them in overcoming those barriers.



(Homeless Management Information System)
This map shows 156 individuals receiving homelessness services in Knox County in the 2012 calendar year whose last known address was in Anderson County (with zip codes unique to Anderson County).



    Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Art Show

    Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Art Show Open House 3:00-6:00 pm Monday, November 18th, 2013 Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 Friday, November 22nd, 2013 Reception Sunday, November 24th, 2013 3:00-6:00 pm The art show features art from local Anderson County and Oak Ridge Schools Students. Art is focused on homelessness and “What home means to me”. Facility tours will be given […]

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    Altrusa/Rotary Gives Grant to Support Literacy Efforts

    We are so thankful to the fine men and women of Altrusa and Rotary for  the $3,500 grant they have provided us to continue our literacy efforts with Adults in Anderson County. Please see a full list of organizations awarded here:     

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    UT MBA Innovation and Practice Case Study

    On Monday, April 22nd, 2013, 4 MBA students presented their findings from an 8 week study. They delivered recommendations on how TORCH can efficiently house 8-10 homeless individuals, on any given night, in Anderson County. Please see their final report below. Final Report

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    Homelessness Forums

    We are devoted to education, and information about the homeless population in Anderson County. If you would like to schedule a homelessness forum at your church, or other meeting space please email   Homelessness Forum with ORUUC Homelessness Forum with FUMC   

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