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Housing Navigators

A How’s Nashville Housing Navigator is an employee of a community organization who walks alongside a person or family who is experiencing long-term homelessness from street or shelter to permanent supportive housing.

The Metropolitan Homelessness Commission has created a Housing Navigator registry, which includes every service provider who is trained on our community’s step-by-step process (from street/shelter to permanent housing).

Here is some feedback we received from our trained housing navigators:

It was helpful to breakdown the process step  by step.

Great overview of the whole process and great info about how matching is done, and good tips on what to do at each stage.

The training helped with putting everything in to perspective with me. It was very detailed in each step to use in all areas.

Things have changed over the course of time and so it was good to get caught up to speed.

Thank you to all our partners for working every day to end chronic homelessness in Nashville. We are on our way!