UPPER EAST TENNESSEE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Lois Smith, Executive Director
Funding sources for Upper East Tennesee Human Development Agency include the Tennessee Department of Human Services, US Department of Health and Human Services/Administration for Children and Families, Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Corporation for National Service, Tennessee Department of Agriculture, First Tennesse Development District, Federal Emergency Management Agency, US Department of Energy, and other state, federal and local sources.
WHO DOES UETHDA SERVE?
* Low-Income Individuals and Families
* Unemployed Persons
* Elderly Persons
* Persons with Disabilities
* High School Dropouts
* Homeless Persons
* Children of Low-Income Families
* Abandoned, Widowed, or Divorced Women and Men
* And others in need
ELIGIBILITY FOR SERVICES
Eligibility requirements for UETHDA servies are set by State and Federal funding guidelines and may include income, age, disability, or demonstrated need of a service. Eligibility will vary by service and will be determined when an application for service is made. UETHDA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, or religion.