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Building on Community
For more than 60 years, Highlands Residential Services (HRS), formerly known as Cookeville Housing Authority, has been helping to build and strengthen our community and our neighbors.
What Home Means to Me
Kayla Padgett, a 17-year-old Celina resident, created the grand-prize-winning poster in a national contest sponsored by the National Association of Housing Redevelopment Officials.
Serving the Upper Cumberland
Highlands Residential Services has 550 Conventional public housing units. Our units are located in Algood, Baxter, Celina, Cookeville, Gainesboro and Monterey.
Teens Need Training
Join us at our after-school and summer programs in Cookeville.
Start the Process
Complete the application and set up an appointment with us.
Ways to Help Today
Help us provide safe, affordable housing to others.
Melinda’s Memos. Annual recertification interviews will be conducted for all of Algood, Buffalo Valley and... MORE.
Huffing And Puffing?
Our next Quit Smoking/Tobacco Cessation class is Tuesday, March 11, from 4 to 5 p.m. at the HRS m... MORE.
New TNT Intern
HRS is happy to welcome our new intern, who will be working with us this spring. Mary Tebo is working o... MORE.
Huffing and Puffing?
Our next Quit Smoking/Tobacco Cessation class is Tuesday, March 11, from 4... MORE.
The NAHRO Housing America “What Home Means to Me” poster contest is open to all HRS youth, from children... MORE.