Providing Permanent and Affordable Housing to Individuals Experiencing Homelessness due to Post Incarceration, Chronic Homelessness, and Emergency Shelter Crisis in support with referral based behavioral health treatment and recovery-oriented services. 

"We believe without stable housing men and women pass from shelter, to emergency rooms, to prisons and the cycle of homelessness continues."



  •  Behavioral health screening and assessment
  • Direct treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders
  •  Accessing permanent and affordable housing
  • Case management and recovery support services
  • Enrollment for health insurance, Medicaid, SSI/SSDI, and other mainstream benefits
  • Access to recovery support services



“Sometimes it’s easy to walk by because we know we can’t change someone’s whole life in a single afternoon. But what we fail to realize is that simple kindness can go a long way toward encouraging someone who is stuck in a desolate place.”

Homelessness can be eliminated! 

Donating makes it possible for us to continue serving the most vulnerable men and women in Memphis/Shelby county Tennessee



Our partner services align us with long term win-win relationships based on mutual trust and teamwork. With our partner relations, we bridge the gap that frequently face challenges in building and maintaining support for those suffering to seek out treatment for fear of discrimination or feel unworthy of help experiencing homelessness.



In 2015, Last Door Inc. started its mission and became a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization to serve Memphis/Shelby county Tennessee.

We fight for public resources and policies that serve our most vulnerable and marginalized neighbors: those living with mental illness, substance use disorders, and other disabilities.

 "We believe that everyone deserves the space to exist and a place to call home. Our efforts produce uncommon results that eliminate homelessness, one person at a time."



Our Hope Is In Your Hands

Approximately 2,000 people are literally homeless — in emergency shelters, transitional or permanent supportive housing facilities, or simply on the streets. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that 49,486 low and very-low income households in Memphis/Shelby County — the population most at risk of homelessness — having housing needs, defined as paying more than 30% of income for housing and/or living in substandard, overcrowded housing.


Your Donation Goes Directly To Support Our Mission. All Donations Are Tax-Deductible.

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There are no walk-ins due to the saftey and confidentiality of our guests.

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