New Home Provides 8 Additional Beds for Women Survivors

The newest residence will bring the total number of beds Thistle Farms hosts in Nashville to 36, including a short-term safe house, as well as long-term residences. 

This home will house 8 women survivors, creating opportunity and space for growth and healing. 

The custom home will feature a personal pantry for each resident, an office for onsite therapy, plenty of community space, and ensuite bathrooms.

The house has been named in honor of Hal Cato, in celebration of his nearly 7 years of service as our CEO.

At Thistle Farms, we believe that love is the most powerful force for change in the world. Our 2 year Program provides women survivors a safe place to live, food and clothing, healthcare, counseling, therapeutic groups, and job training - all at no cost to the participant.

 

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