Oxford House for Cleanlyfe
Date & Time
We are collecting supplies for Cleanlyfe
Cleanlyfe Inc. is a nonprofit organization that focuses on the unhoused population in Nashville, TN.
"Our mission is focused on providing supplies and resources to the less fortunate citizens of our city. Cleanlyfe Inc. has found a way to build relationships with people inside the community and in the places most over looked. By establishing these connections, Cleanlyfe is able to provide food, clothing, housing, and help some people find treatment. Cleanlyfe’s sole purpose is to help the people in Nashville that have been misplaced by addiction, mental illness, and/or economic misfortune." - Chris Salisbury, Founder
Oxford House wants to help.
Oxford House is the largest network of sober living houses anywhere. We provide a safe, affordable living environment to individuals in recovery from addiction. For more information, please go to Our National Website.
The men and women of Nashville's Oxford Houses want to support Cleanlyfe's mission. We are asking the community as a whole to help us collect supplies/donations that will go directly to Cleanlyfe and the men and women they serve.
> Clothing: jackets, coats, shoes, pants, shirts, socks, winter hats & gloves
> Hygiene products: soap, deodorant, shampoo, sanitary napkins, hand sanitizer
> Food: pantry items (chips, granola bars, nutrition bars), nonperishables
> First aid items: bandages, alcohol wipes, hydrogen peroxide
> Other items: blankets, backpacks, pillows
Anything and everything helps. The members of the Oxford Houses in Nashville will be collecting donations from now through September 30th. On the 30th, we will be helping Cleanlyfe distribute the donations to those in need. If you have items to donate please contact:
Sarah Harris (Oxford House - Outreach Worker) 615-390-2637 or
Jason Hill (Oxford House - Outreach Worker) 228-249-9468
to schedule a donation drop off or pick up.
If you want to support Cleanlyfe, but don't have any items to give, please visit them by clicking here.
If you or a loved one has struggled with substance use disorder and are looking for safe and supportive housing for recovery, please go to Oxford House's Vacancy Site to find an opening near you.