A PLACE OF REFUGE

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"I am on a fixed income. Without Family Reconciliation Center, I would not have been able to visit my son as often. He was able to make parole and the family visits played a huge role in getting my boy out for parole."

GUEST REVIEW

NO ONE SHOULD BE PRICED OUT OF VISITATION.

By covering most travel costs, Family Reconciliation Center makes visitation possible for hundreds of people every year who are trying to see their loved ones in prison or jail.

 

From 2015–2021, Family Reconciliation Center booked 2,459 room nights. At $200/night for a hotel room in Nashville, that saved our guests $491,800 in hotel fees.

WHO WE ARE

Family Reconciliation Center is a nonprofit run by loving volunteers. Our house managers live on the property and host guests. Community members assist with daily operations. And our board of directors oversee the missional, structural, and financial sustainability of our organization.

WHO WE SERVE

If you are visiting a family member, friend, or client in jail or prison for regular visitation, a parole or sentencing hearing, trial, or are traveling to Nashville for other visitation-related matters, you can request to book a room.

HOW TO BOOK

To request a room, complete our online Booking Request Form or call us at the number listed on our Contact page. Our house manager will contact you within 24 hours. Before you book, be sure to check our Services page for more information and frequently asked questions.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sheri Sellmeyer, Chair

Jane DuBose, Treasurer

Liz Todaro, Secretary

Sally Bradshaw

Jeffrey Daigle

Mike Engle

Korsi Dumenyo

Dominik Hudson

Mike Hudson

​Stacey Killian-Hagewood

Darlene Kimbrough

Karen Oertley