St. Andrews Center is able to serve our community so well because of the ministries and non-profits that, along with our programs, serve the community directly. Our partners provide:
Iglesia Monte Sinai- A welcoming place of worship for the Latino population in our community.
Chattanooga State- Learning opportunities for our community to progress with more advanced ESL courses. Students can also take courses to earn their GED onsite.
Chattanooga Sports Ministries- Christian-based life skills and learning that encourage positive alternatives to issues that face young urban kids today.
Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti- Global partnerships that help to improve the health and development of those suffering from malnutrition in Haiti.
Black Box Theatre- Cultural enrichment and artistically satisfying production space for artists, audiences, and our community.
Main Street Bike Co-op- Mentoring for young and old through their build-a-bike, earn-a-bike program.
Mission Chattanooga- Providing contemporary Christian worship services, ministry, and outreach opportunities for The Highland Park community.
My Sister’s House- Resume writing, interview coaching, and even clothing to help women either return to the workforce or get their first job.
Project 52- Hope for the broken by committing to complete 52 local home renovation projects for widows and victims of natural disasters each year.
The Parenting House- Counseling and life skills management for single parent households.
Sobriedad/Narcotics Anonymous- Two 12 step programs to help those in the Latino community who are recovering from alcohol and substance abuse.
These programs and services provide opportunities that positively effect our community where 37% live in poverty, 69% are minorities, and 79% are first generation Americans.