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A Step Ahead Chattanooga

We provide long-term, reversible birth control to any woman living in Southeast Tennessee who wants it. For free. A Step Ahead Chattanooga empowers a woman to take control of her future. We make sure she can get the most effective methods of birth control when she is ready.


Believe: The Campaign for Erlanger's Children Hospital 

The new Erlanger Children's Hospital, when completed, it will ensure the highest level of care and facilities for more than 1 million children across a four-state area—offering 22 pediatric subspecialties affiliated with the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. The first phase consists of a 90,000-square-foot Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center, creatively designed to engage a child’s imagination.



Our mission is to reach, assist, and support people impacted by HIV, Hepatitis C and STIs through compassionate and responsive delivery of education health, social, and advocacy related services.


Emily's Power for a Cure

The goal of the Foundation is to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for Neuroblastoma, while supporting families and children who are currently in treatment for this disease. Each year 600-700 children are diagnosed with this disease in the U.S. and currently there are 4 children in the Chattanooga area who are actively fighting this disease. These children have the strength and courage to change the world, if only given the opportunity. Please help us give them the chance.

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Hospice of Chattanooga

Dedicated to the belief that no one should reach the end of life alone, afraid or in pain, and that people of all ages have the right to appropriate end-of-life care regardless of disease or ability to pay.


Project Access

Project Access was created to help uninsured individuals get the health care they need by linking local physicians, hospitals, and local health clinics that agree to donate their services to the individuals and families in need of health care services.


Mary Cameron Robinson Foundation (MCR)

The Mary Cameron Robinson Foundation for the prevention of eating disorders was founded on May 25, 2006.The MCR foundation was inspired after losing Mary Cameron Robinson (Cammy), on September 2, 2005 to complications stemming from a 14 year battle with all 3 eating disorders.There are very few resources in the Chattanooga area that someone with an eating disorder can reach out to for help. We hope to change this. The main purpose of this foundation at this present time is to raise funds and begin educating the Greater Chattanooga Tri-State Area about eating disorders. We plan on targeting all age groups and both sexes so that we may begin putting educational programs into schools. 


Our mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.


Wildwood Lifestyle Center

Wildwood Lifestyle Center, an institution located in northern Georgia, is dedicated to improving the health of our guests and patients by providing the environment and tools necessary for them to experience healing physically, mentally, and spiritually. We are more than just a place to get well. We are a ministry of healing.


2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's in Chattanooga

Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease!


CHI Memorial

CHI Memorial is a not-for-profit, faith-based healthcare organization dedicated to the healing ministry of the Church. Founded in 1952 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and strengthened as part of Catholic Health Initiatives, CHI Memorial offers a continuum of care including preventative, primary and acute hospital care, as well as cardiac, cancer, orthopedic, imaging, and multitude of other services. 


Children's Hospital at Erlanger

Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, one of four Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Centers in the state of Tennessee, provides the highest level of care with immediate access to state-of-the-art equipment and a staff of pediatric subspecialists— important advantages for the children of our region. 


FACES: The National Craniofacial Association

FACES provides the highest commitment to you and the craniofacial community. We have served the craniofacial community for 48 years. Our services include a travel assistance program, public awareness and education, and support networks.  Our friendly and professional staff are happy to answer all of your questions and provide guidance and advice specific to your needs.


Grayson's Ladder

Grayson's Ladder, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, does so by creating opportunities for those in the Chattanooga community and beyond to become part of that mission through events, fundraising and raising awareness and support for those affected by the disease. 


Lana's Love Foundation

Jim and Cindy Webster, along with their sons Alan and Cole, started the Lana’s Love Foundation with this simple mission statement kids with cancer and their families have fun!


Morning Pointe Foundation

Supports families, students and healthcare professionals by investing in geriatric nurses, educators, caregiver trainings & service-learning internships. The Morning Pointe Foundation believes that families, healthcare professionals, and researchers — those living, learning and leading — have the knowledge to master the aging process and advance the care of seniors for generations to come.


Volunteers in Medicine, Chattanooga, Inc. (VIM Chattanooga) is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) primary care clinic. Volunteer physicians and nurses provide free medical services to financially eligible adults who are uninsured. The mission of the VIM Chattanooga Clinic is to understand and serve the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved in our community by providing quality, compassionate and personalized care in a faith-based caring environment.


Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer

The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer’s mission is to erase the effects of pediatric cancer and optimize each child’s quality of life through essential specialized intervention beginning at the time of diagnoses and continuing throughout survivorship.  


Clinica Medicos

We are a medical clinic modeled after global mission hospitals.  Chattanooga is the urban mission ground of Clinica Medicos.  Our ambition is to solve the complex challenges of health care, especially for the Latino community of our city.


Blood Assurance

Blood Assurance is a nonprofit, full-service regional blood center serving 51 counties with more than 76 healthcare facilities in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Virginia. More than 540 volunteer blood donors are needed every day in order to adequately supply these hospitals. Founded in 1972 as a joint effort of the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society, the Chattanooga Area Hospital Council and the Chattanooga Jaycees (Junior Chamber of Commerce), the mission of Blood Assurance is to provide a safe and adequate supply of blood and blood components in a cost effective manner to every area patient in need.


Hosanna Community

The Hosanna Community is a non-profit whose  mission is to foster independence for adults with disabilities living together in community, encouraging and enabling each other to grow physically, emotionally, socially, intellectually, and spiritually.


Greater Chattanooga Colon Cancer Foundation

The Greater Chattanooga Colon Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that was founded in 2012 to raise awareness about Colon Cancer in the Chattanooga Area through awareness, access and advocacy. 


LifeSpring Community Health

LifeSpring is a community health ministry whose purpose is to demonstrate the love of Christ in word and deed by providing health education and promotion, medical services and community advocacy in urban Chattanooga.


The Pediatric Health Improvement Coalition

The Pediatric Health Improvement Coalition for the Tennessee Valley (PHIC)  is a non-profit dedicated to ensuring every child in the Tennessee Valley has access to the highest quality healthcare. We partner with families, community groups, schools, healthcare providers, and local businesses to make sure that every child in our community has access to healthcare. 


The Walter E. Boehm Birth Defects Center, a non-profit organization located at Children's Hospital at Erlanger's main campus in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is dedicated to providing a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary medical program for children born with congenital birth defects of the central nervous system, including spina bifida and hydrocephalus.