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Where Are We?

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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...

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SWHRA Offices Reopened with COVID-19 Prevention Guidelines


Effective May 12, 2020, SWHRA reopened to staff and the public with screening/sanitizing guidelines in place to protect everyone who enters our facilities.

Anyone who enters will be required to wear a mask. Your temperature will be taken at the door and you will need to answer a few health related questions. We also have one-way only hallways at the Central Office, there are signs to follow. Please keep a social distance of at least 6 feet.

We kindly ask that you do not visit our offices if you have experienced a fever or have been feeling sick within the last 48 hours.


What's Going On?

Veterans Day - Office Closed

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Thanksgiving - Office Closed

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Thanksgiving - Office Closed

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Christmas Eve - Office Closed

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Christmas Day - Office Closed

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New Years Eve - Office Closed

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Need a Ride?

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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.

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