Room In The Inn (RITI) is a religious, non-profit organization providing comprehensive services to those who call the streets of Nashville home. The roots of the organization date back to 1971, when the agency was first recognized as a 501(c)(3). A winter shelter program began in 1986, when the Founding Director, Father Charles Strobel, invited individuals into his church from the cold offering shelter and hospitality. Today, RITI operates year-round providing a wide array of services, including emergency support, transitional programs, and long-term solutions, in one central location for the homeless community. The agency’s goals/outcomes for the year include: 208 out of 208 (100%) participants will be connected to mental health services, increase followers on social media by 1700 (10%) with the goal of increased awareness, and collect and analyze data collected from Metro Emergency Shelter during cold weather. RITI will also contribute to the by name list of veterans in a bi-weekly meeting and has taken the lead in creating a by name list of homeless youth (ages 18-24).