- The Metro Human Relations Commission is a city agency composed of seventeen volunteer commissioners appointed by the mayor and confirmed by Metro Council. Its services include educational resources that promote equity and effective intergroup relations, diversity training, dialogue, study circles and other group facilitation models, Title VI training and compliance support, data collection, assistance with discrimination complaints, community forums, policy recommendations, and public hearings.
- Homes For All Nashville is an association of tenants dedicated to ending displacement by building the organizing capacity of working class renters in Nashville, TN. HFAN supports the creation of tenant unions, organizes tenant policy campaigns and educates the public on critical tenant issues.
- NeedLink Nashville helps our neighbors meet basic needs in times of crisis by providing short-term rent and utility assistance and links to other resources.
- Open Table Nashville is a non-profit, interfaith community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness. OTN provides homeless outreach, resource shelters, housing advocacy, public education, and street chaplaincy among other initiatives.
Legal aid society is Tennessee’s largest nonprofit law firm, providing high quality, free, civil legal services and community education for people to protect their livelihoods, their health, and their families.