October 26, 2022 Press release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Natalie Creamer, Chair
Nashville SAFE Coalition
Connecting pet parents with pet services Nashville SAFE Coalition’s online Resource Hub is here to help
October 26, 2022 (Nashville, TN) – The Nashville SAFE Coalition has created an online Resource Hub to support pet parents in the region. As people face housing loss, increased mental health issues, increased work pressure, and other obstacles in their lives due to the pandemic, pet owners need more help with their pets than ever before. Many local animal welfare agencies have pivoted to create and support more human-centric programming to foster the human-animal bond.
The Coalition consists of over 18 community partners with a common goal: work together to help Nashville’s people with pets. The Resource Hub provides a list of resources, outlining the area’s pet food pantries, spay/neuter providers, supply banks, training resources, and lost and found pet resources.
“The Nashville SAFE Coalition is a collaboration between local agencies. By working together and getting the word out about our services, we hope to keep pets in their homes with the people that love them,” says Natalie Creamer, Chair of the SAFE Coalition. “This resource is for the community. It can be used by everyone, even if you don’t have a pet. Everyone can find it useful.”
The Resource Hub is available on the Coalition's website: www.safe-coalition.org. It includes contact information for pet parents to reach out to support services as needed.
About the Nashville SAFE Coalition
The SAFE Coalition is a group of animal welfare minded community partner organizations and individuals working together to help Nashville’s people with pets. They are a voluntary association, not an independent organization. Their mission is to support pet owning families in Nashville/Davidson county through strengthening partnerships in animal welfare, increasing community participation and assisting families in finding time sensitive resources to support healthy and treatable pets and their people in the community.
To stay updated on new resources and announcements, please follow us on Facebook: @Nashville Safe Coalition