Announcements 1/19/21

Drive Thru COVID-19 Testing Locations

Traditional testing is not available Monday, Wednesday, Friday and self-testing is only available to adults. Traditional testing will still be offered on Tuesday and Thursday at no charge: Overton County Health Department from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m.

Free Flu Shots

The Overton County Health Department is offering free flu shots every Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. The shots can be administered within the facility or you can request outside services.

The Stephens Center Parent-Child


Spring 2021, Series I: Wednesdays 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Sessions are held at the Stephens Center, located at 616 North Church St., Livingston. Certificates will be awarded to parents attending eight sessions within the series. There is no charge for PCC sessions. Jan. 20: “Praise.” For more information, call 832-6432.

Relative Caregiver

Program Support Group Meeting

Are you raising a relative child or need housing assistance? For more information on assistance and support, please contact Melissa Allison at the Upper Cumberland Development District toll free at 1-877-275-8233. A support group meeting will be held for relatives that are caring for relative children during the month of January 2021. Please contact Melissa Allison at (931) 476-4127 if you are interested in attending this meeting. For housing assistance while caring for minor child contact Myra Walker at 931-432-4111.

SCV Myers-Zollicoffer 1990 Meeting

SCV Myers-Zollicoffer 1990 meets 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21 at American Legion Post 004, 121 S Church St, Livingston 38570. Guest speaker will Bryan Green to discussing the Confederate States Navy. Doors open at 6 p.m. Questions: (931) 783-3767.

Annual Homeless Count

Each year, in keeping with the strategic plan put in place by the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness to effectively end homelessness, communities across the United States conduct a homeless point in time (PIT) count. This count is designed to provide a snapshot of a region’s sheltered and unsheltered homeless population, and the information collected is used to assess the need and help leverage resources to prevent and end homelessness in our community. Local volunteers and service agency staff will work together to gather information on the homeless population by counting those who are living on the street, in their vehicle, tent, or other place not meant for human habitation. This PIT count is organized by the Homeless Advocacy for Rural Tennessee (HART) and will be taking place on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021. If you would like to assist in the 2021 PIT count in our region on the night of Jan. 26, please contact HART at 931-484-3207 or email: [email protected]   Additional information about homelessness and HART can be found at:





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