Below is a variety of national, state, and local resources available to individuals and families who may find them useful.
These articles discuss the effects of poverty on individuals and families.
For Those Suffering from Substance Use & Addiction
General information on types of treatment and approaches to drug addition treatment and recovery.
For Victims & Survivors of Domestic Abuse
- National Coalition Against Domestic Violence – a full list of national resources for victims of domestic abuse
- National Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)
- National Dating Abuse Helpline – 1-866-331-9474
- National Child Abuse Hotline/Childhelp – 1-800-422-4453 (4-A-CHILD)
- National Human Trafficking Hotline
Spring of Life Recovery Center
An organization helping male residents of rural Appalachia receive treatment for substance use disorder.
Sleep in Heavenly Peace
An organization dedicated to ensuring every child has a comfortable place to lay their heads.
Frequently Asked Questions
More information for individuals and families looking to utilize our services, better understand our organization, and more.
What are Pinnacle's Vision and Mission Statements?
Our vision: To be the Pinnacle of Defense against poverty for families and individuals in Scott, Morgan, and Campbell Counties by providing shelter, food, clothing, and comprehensive social assistance.
Each of our core services has its own mission statement.
Emergency Shelter & Housing: To provide emergency shelter and housing assistance to families and individuals in Scott, Morgan, and Campbell Counties.
Emergency Food Services: To meet the healthy food needs of families and individuals in Scott, Morgan, and Campbell Counties by offering a community food pantry.
Back on the Rack Thrift Store: To offer clothing, as well as household and furniture items, to deserving families and individuals in Scott, Morgan, and Campbell Counties.
Comprehensive Social Assistance: To advance the quality of life for families and individuals in the Scott, Morgan, and Campbell County areas through resource and social support services.
What services do you provide?
Pinnacle Resource Center provides those who need it with emergency shelter & housing, emergency food services, clothing assistance, and comprehensive social assistance.
What does a first time at your facility look like?
When you first visit our facility, we’ll discuss with you your needs. From there, we’ll walk through our various services and help you the best way we can.
Emergency Shelter & Housing
Emergency Food Services
Clothing & Basic Needs Assistance
Comprehensive Social Assistance
Get in Touch
Reach out to Pinnacle today and start the journey to independence and success.
- Huntsville Campus
1513 Jeffers Road
PO Box 164
Huntsville, TN 37756
- Jacksboro Campus
507 Main Street
PO Box 820
Jacksboro, TN 37757
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