Programs are placing Knoxville’s homeless into housing more rapidly and residents are staying longer, according to a recently released report, […]
Over the last six months with funding from the City of Knoxville, the Knoxville Homeless Management Information System (KnoxHMIS) has […]
TPOPS, based in UT’s College of Social Work, contributes to the welfare of the children of incarcerated parents who are better-empowered to support them. TPOPS provides assistance to noncustodial fathers who are incarcerated or recently released, as well as informational sessions for correctional staff. TPOPS is funded through a contract administered by the Tennessee Department of Human Services and the University of Tennessee.
KNOXVILLE— A unique parenting program run by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is helping incarcerated fathers rebuild their lives and […]
By Nichole Stevens The Human Animal Bond in Tennessee (H.A.B.I.T.) program was founded by John New, professor of comparative medicine in […]
A Smart Start for Knox County Babies: A Partnership Between the UT College of Social Work and the Knox County […]