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Our Programs

Manna House provides a residential program with access to community services for the chronic homeless who truly desire to improve their life and move from homelessness to self sufficiency.

Appalachian Homeless Family Housing provides assistance to our neighbors transitioning from homelessness to stable housing, empowering families to live independently in supportive housing.

BLR is a recovery community for individuals challenged by substance abuse to discover the strength, skills and healing necessary to reclaim their lives.

Mission . . . Focus . . . Vision

Fairview Housing’s mission is to provide safe, decent and quality affordable housing and services to the people of Southern Appalachia. 

Program focus areas include emergency housing supportive services, recovery housing, transitional housing, supportive housing and substance abuse treatment services in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. 

Our vision is that no person is denied access to safe, decent and appropriately supportive housing based solely on their ability to pay for the basic human need of shelter. 

About Us

Fairview has provided new and rehabilitated homes under the Affordable Homes Initiative. These homes are for low-income families and are priced from $60,000 to $135,000. These homes qualify for the First-Time Homebuyer Program through Tennessee Housing Development Agency.

With the addition of the new and rehabilitated homes, Fairview now has programs in place that fulfill the spectrum of continuum-of-care in housing, transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing within one agency.