Invitation to Bid


South Central Human Resource Agency (SCHRA), P.O. Box 638, 1437 Winchester Hwy, Fayetteville, TN 37334, is accepting bids for our food market basket for the Head Start 2022/2023 school year. Bids will be received electronically until July 14, 2022 and no later than 10:00 am CST.

Invitation to bid packets may be obtained by contacting the Finance Director at (931) 433-7182 Ext. 1112 or by clicking here.

South Central Human Resource Agency reserved the right to reject any or all bids.

SCHRA Announces the New 17th Judicial District Felony Court

A life being saved isn’t the typical thought that comes to mind when you think of court. However, in recovery courts, life being saved is a common occurrence. A recovery court is one component of a treatment court network throughout the state and nation. Still under judicial docket supervision, individuals are provided treatment for substance use disorders. Close supervision and clinical guidance help promote individualized approaches for each case. There are over 4,000 treatment courts across the nation today. This includes a mixture of adult treatment courts, veteran treatment courts, mental health courts, and more. There has been more research conducted on recovery courts than all other courts combined.

Read more: SCHRA Announces the New 17th Judicial District Felony Court

Energy Assistance



Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

LIHEAP is designed to provide financial assistance to elderly, handicapped, and low-income persons to help offset a portion of the cost of energy used to heat their homes. Priority assistance is given to those with the lowest income.

The following services are available under this program:

  • Heating Assistance is provided to eligible households through payment to a utility company or through the purchase of coal or wood.
  • Crisis Heating Assistance is provided to households having an official shut off notice or who are out of fuel and meet the other criteria listed for assistance.

In addition to general eligibility requirements applicants must be responsible for their own energy costs and meet certain criteria for emergency assistance as set forth by the State of Tennessee.

Applying for Energy Assistance

If your application meets eligibility criteria, you may receive assistance if funds are available.

To apply, contact the NSC Office in your county of residence and provide the following documentation:

  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Photo ID
  • Social Security Cards for all Household Members (required by Federal Law)
  • Proof of current Household Income for all members 18yrs or older (Previous 4 Weeks)
  • Current Utility Bill(s) (Electric, Gas, Propane) - Please bring report of last 12 Month Usage

Contact Information

Rebecca Bradford
Utility Services Coordinator
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931.433.7182 Ext 1124

Federal Poverty Income Guidelines
Printable Application
Neighborhood Service Center Locations

Apply Online

Required Documentation

  • Proof of Income for all 18+ Household Members
  • Photo ID for Head of Household
  • Social Security Card for all Household Members
  • Current Utility Bill
  • 12 Month History from Utility Company


1437 Winchester Hwy
P.O. Box 638
Fayetteville, TN 37334

South Central Human Resource Agency’s mission is to provide low income individuals and communities access to educational, economic, nutritional, and social services that promote and encourage self-reliance through our partnerships with local, state and federal resources.