In addition to the resources available on campus, APSU students may seek assistance from agencies in the Clarksville community. Students and Community members can Call *211 to access a listing of social support services available in the area.
Clarksville Montgomery-County Red Cross (931) 645-6401 for referral services
Lighthouse Mission Ministries (931) 503-2000
In Nashville, Room in the Inn program, (615) 251-7019
Clarksville Room in the Inn (smaller) (931) 245-0015 run by First Baptist Church and the church itself can be reached (931) 645-2431
The Old Firehouse Day Shelter (931) 542-0381
Urban Ministries for referrals and emergency assistance (931) 552-6900.
Save Our Students (S.O.S.) Food Pantry, (931) 221- 6120; http://www.apsu.edu/volunteer/food-pantry-and-green-room
- Loaves and Fishes: 215 Foster Street, (931) 645-9020
- Manna Café: 1319 Franklin Street, (931) 802-6800
- Radical Mission: 150 Richview Road, (931) 648-0110
- Grace Assistance Program: 217 3rd Street, (931) 648-9093
- Second Harvest doesn’t have an address in Clarksville but their number is (615) 329-3491
- Operation Homefront: (866) 205-5766
- The Salvation Army: 208 Kraft St., (931) 552-5350
Licensed Childcare Providers (by county)
A list of licensed childcare providers can be found on the Tennessee Department of Human Services Website.
Bus Service to Nashville:
Exit 8 Park N Ride (Rossview Road)
Departs Clarksville 5:52 am and 6:50 am
Arrives Music City Central in downtown Nashville 6:45 am and 7:45 am
Departs Nashville (Bay 13 at Music City Central) 4:10 pm and 5:00 pm
$4 per ride (R&R Express Plus Pass $70)
Clarksville Transit Authority (CTS):
In partnership with the Clarksville Transit Authority (CTS), the Student Government Association provides APSU students, faculty, and staff (who show the bus operator a valid University Peay Pickup card and a valid Govs I.D. card) ride for free on any CTS bus. For route information, visit the Clarksville Transit Authority.