Where Are We?
The Tennessee General Assembly established Southwest Human Resource Agency (SWHRA) in 1973 as one of nine Human Resource Agencies deemed to be the delivery system for human services throughout the state of Tennessee. SWHRA is a public non-profit agency that serves an eight county region including Chester, Decatur, Hardeman, Hardin, Haywood, Henderson, McNairy and Madison counties...read more
10th Annual Golf Tournament
Please join us as we kick off our 10th ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT on Wednesday, April 18 with a shotgun start at 12 noon! We anticipate another beautiful tournament at Chickasaw Golf Course and we hope you plan to be there!
This year we are focusing on our seniors and the Meals on Wheels program. This program serves home delivered and congregate meals five (5) days a week across eleven (11) counties to seniors and the disabled. We have an awesome team of volunteers that not only deliver meals but also provide outside contact with the recipients that they might not get otherwise. Your support of this tournament will directly impact this great program!
Please sign up today by completing the attached registration form or visit our golf website, www.swhragolf.com.
As always, we'll have good food, good golf, good prizes, and a good time all for a GREAT CAUSE!
Hope to see you there!
Southwest Tennessee Community Development Corporation
Our agency will be taking Homebuyer applications for a new development at the Whitehall and Dupree Street neighborhood. These homes will target moderate income households. If your family is interested in applying you may pick up applications at the Southwest HRA Community Service Center located at 1124 Whitehall, Suite 201-A, Jackson, TN 38301. Please attach all current income to the application and return to: Southwest TN CDC, P.O. Box 264, Henderson, TN 38340. Once your family is determined to meet income guidelines, we will refer you to a mortgage loan officer to determine your eligibility for a loan. Once you reach this goal you will be involved in the planning of a new home in this area. For further information please contact Edna Johnson or Patti Pickler at the SWTCDC at 1-800-497-1286 or Tara Skinner with Coldwell Bankers at 1-731-215-0035
Need a Ride?
The Rural Public Transportation system is designed to benefit the entire community including elderly, preschoolers, dialysis patients, and disabled. Vital transportation services are provided to the rural areas of Southwest Tennessee, linking these residents to doctors, grocery stores, employment, senior citizen centers, and recreation. Medical trips are provided to Memphis, Jackson, and Nashville.read more