Supporting the Whole Person
Dismas House of Nashville has two core programs – our main Reentry Program and a Transitional Living Program. Founded in 1974, Dismas House moved from an eight-bed home to a new 72-bed campus in April 2020. The new facility has 56 reentry program beds and 16 transitional housing units. Along with this physical expansion and an exponential increase in the numbers of men served, came an intentional re-envisioning, redesign, and diversification of our program offerings with an emphasis on supporting the whole person.
We offer our residents a wide array of services that are offered by Dismas staff or through our many partnerships and collaborations with outside service and program providers.
Dismas House of Nashville is an approved Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) residential reentry program in Nashville that accepts applications from men returning to the community directly from all state prisons and county jails throughout Tennessee.
This community meeting is designed to give you an introduction to our past, present, and future here at Dismas. Learn first-hand about the impact the Dismas family has on men transitioning from incarceration
Transitional Living Program
The Dismas House TLP is a step-down program that allows graduates of the Dismas House and other Reentry programs to benefit from a greater level of independent living with some ongoing support in our 16 individual Transitional Housing units.
Partner with us to support Dismas House residents develop or improve upon skills needed to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society through serving as a mentor.