You are not the only one!

Homework Hotline understands it's been a while since you've been in school. More than ten percent of our calls come from parents/guardians or from a student and guardian calling together.


Sometimes you may need help with more than homework. Here are some other organizations that offer services to the community.

  • EEOG: The EEOG mission is to invest in students, create meaningful experiences and provide positive pathways for success to improve the students’ quality of life. EEOG focuses on 21st century learning styles and skills and how pedagogy can address new learning needs.

  • Family and Children’s Services: Family & Children’s Service (FCS) serves all people in crisis and transition by meeting them where they are, understanding their needs, and connecting them to the resources they need. FCS often ‘fills in the gaps’ in social services, creating a safety net to ensure that all children and families can be safe and healthy.

  • SOSL (Survivors of Suicide Loss) support groups are offered at no cost to those who have lost a loved one to suicide. As many as one in four survivors of suicide will attempt suicide themselves. These groups offer the healing of shared experience in a safe environment. For more information, call our Crisis Line 615-244-7444.

  • The Crisis Line provides free telephone counseling and support to anyone experiencing a crisis, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Crisis counselors assist callers struggling with thoughts of suicide, grief, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, divorce, parenting problems, addiction or serious mental illness. Language translation services are available. If you are in crisis and need help now call 615-244-7444, 24-hours-a-day.

  • The Nashville Adult Literacy Council: The Nashville Adult Literacy Council (NALC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to teaching reading to U.S.-born adults and English skills to adult immigrants.  Call 615-298-8060 to sign up as a learner or tutor.

  • Learning Matters: TheLearning Matters: Learning Matters provides K-12 students, regardless of socioeconomic status, a team of experienced learning specialists who assess student academic abilities and offer intensive instruction to  (1) remediate the individuals’ needs, (2) improve performance and grades in school, (3) increase students’ feelings of self-worth, and (4) enhance opportunities for success in life. Their phone number is 615-739-0546.