ryan white part b

Providing Support and Care

United Way works in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Health to manage the Ryan White Part B and CDC Prevention grants for 92 of the 95 counties in Tennessee. These programs are working to improve the lives of individuals affected by HIV/AIDS by providing services for people who do not have sufficient health care coverage or financial resources.

Improving Health and Well-being

The Ryan White initiative supports comprehensive care and prevention education efforts for more than 3,000 individuals through:

  • Medical Case Management
  • Case Management
  • Emergency Financial Assistance
  • Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse
  • Oral Health Care
  • Psychosocial Support
  • Food Bank Home Delivered Meals
  • Transportation
  • Housing Assistance
  • Eye Care Assistance
  • High Impact Prevention Activities


These are the hand raisers, game changers, problem solvers and moment makers.
These are the faces of our community.

Looking to Volunteer in the Community?

United Way of Greater Nashville, through a partnership with Hands On Nashville, offers hundreds of opportunities each month for anyone looking to get involved. 

United Way partners with more than 100 agencies to make this all possible.

Learn more about our Partner Agencies on the ground.

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we're seeing results

$19.8 Million

In tax refunds were returned


People got higher-earning jobs

$2 Million

In debt reduced for clients


Individuals improved their finances