Avalon Center

House of Hope

Plateau Pregnancy Center

Cumberland County Schools

Hands of Love


Wellspring Ministries

Avalon Center


We are a non-profit that serves victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  The Avalon Center serves 5 counties--Bledsoe, Cumberland, Fentress, Morgan, and Van Buren Tennessee. 

Cumberland County Schools


House Of Hope


 Cumberland Children’s Center, better known as the “House of Hope,” is a short-term care facility aiding children who need relief from a toxic, dangerous home environment. These children have typically witnessed methamphetamine use and manufacture or have endured other forms of abuse and neglect.

Plateau Pregnancy Center



Let us help

An unexpected pregnancy can be overwhelming and frightening. You may feel that your situation is hopeless and that you have no choice. Right now, you may feel alone. At PPS, we understand your fears. When you come to our center you’ll find a compassionate, non-judgmental atmosphere because we care. If you think you might be pregnant or know you are pregnant, our doors are open and we welcome your calls, visits, and questions. We are committed to providing you with support, resources and complete and accurate information about all of the choices available to you. 

All of our services are FREE & CONFIDENTIAL.

Wellspring Ministries


Malawi Well Drilling

We often take it for granted, but people in developing countries struggle to provide it for their families. Their water can be contaminated by dirt, parasites, sewage and even saltwater, leaving families sick or dehydrated from drinking it.

Our hope is to improve water supplies in three primary ways drilling fresh water wells by machine and by hand.

Water-borne disease kills millions every year

  • Diarrheal disease alone is responsible for 1.8 million deaths annually
  • In sub-Saharan Africa, 42% of the population lacks improved water
  • In 2002, 1.1 billion people lacked access to improved water sources (about one out of six people on Earth)
  • Of those 1.1 billion people, nearly two thirds live in Asia
  • Droughts cause the most ill-health and death because they often trigger and exacerbate malnutrition and famine
  • Between 28 and 35 million people in Bangladesh consume drinking-water with elevated levels of arsenic
  • Source: World Health Organization