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Northern Nevada Resources
Nevada 211 - Information about and referrals to community services
  • Opens new browser window Nevada 2-1-1 - Call 2-1-1 or 1-866-535-5654. Text and chat access also available. Information about community services - including food, clothing, shelter, financial resources, physical and mental health resources, child and senior services, disaster-recovery information and more - that can be accessed via voice, text and online.
Senior and Disability Services
  • Opens new browser window • State of Nevada Adult Protective Services (APS) - Adult Protective services serves Nevadans 18-59, in addition to persons 60 years and older, collectively referred to as vulnerable adults who may experience abuse, neglect, exploitation, isolation or abandonment. In Reno/Sparks call 775-688-2964. The statewide number is 888-729-0571.
  • Opens new browser window • Aging and Disability Resource Center: Northern Nevada Care Connection - Provides one on one assistance to older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers and families. The Resource Centers help people know what options are available and connect with services of their choice. Call 877-861-1893.
  • Opens new browser window • Northern Nevada Aging and Disability Services Community Advocate - ADSD Community Advocates Program goal is to increase community resource awareness for all Nevadans across the lifespan. Creating opportunities to educate, inform, and connect those individuals seeking help to access programs and services to meet their needs. Advocates participate in outreach opportunities such as information fairs, presentations, program visits, and much more. The Community Advocates are also here to help and provide guidance as needed and can offer one-time emergency assistance to ensure sustainability and well-being of individuals. Assistance is statewide. Follow appropriate link for help in Northern Nevada.
  • Opens new browser window Bureau of Services to the Blind and Visually impaired - Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation services include help with daily living skills. Call 775-823-8100, or visit 1325 Corporate Blvd., Reno 89502.
  • Opens new browser window The Home and Community Based Waiver Program - Provides non-medical services to older persons to help them maintain independence in their own homes as an alternative to nursing home placement. In Reno/Sparks call 775-687-0800.
  • Opens new browser window Continuum Mod Squad - Specializes in home accommodation and modification for disabled individuals in Reno/Sparks while supporting independent living.
  • Opens new browser window Northern Nevada Center for Independent Living - Helps individuals with disabilities live independently by providing life skills training, peer support, advocacy, information and referrals, and help with transition. May provide free home safety evaluations. 775-353-3599.
  • Opens new browser window Retired and Senior Volunteer Program in Washoe County - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) provides services to help seniors maintain independence. Call (775) 784-1807 or email rsvp@unr.edu
  • Opens new browser window Washoe County Senior Services - Offers direct and indirect services including senior centers throughout the community, “Meals on Wheels”, legal services, case management, outreach, and an adult day health program. Call 775.328.2575.
  • Opens new browser window Sanford Center for Aging Senior Outreach Services - Provides support to Washoe County’s most vulnerable elders through trained volunteers that help seniors “Age in Place,” and allow them to stay in their homes as long as possible. Services include help with transportation, errands and companionship. Email sinaw@unr.edu
  • Opens new browser window Seniors in Service - Respite voucher service for qualifying live-in caregivers for seniors. For those who qualify, a voucher of $1000 may be available. Those served are live-in caregivers of persons over the age of 60 who need assistance in most activities of daily living and are a safety risk if left alone. Seniors in Service also has a Senior Companion Program. Call 775-358-2322.
Veterans Services
  • Opens new browser window Veterans Resource Centers of America (Northern Nevada) - Veterans Resource Center (VRC) can provide eligible Veteran families with temporary financial assistance (Rent, Security Deposit, Child care services, Employment support services) as well as assistance in obtaining VA benefits. VRC also runs a 90 Bed Behavioral Health Center with dual diagnosis, as well as, a Veterans Service Office Program for homeless and senior veterans in Washoe County. For inquiries or appointments, please contact. (775) 284-8387 in the Reno area.
  • Opens new browser window Reno Veterans Administration (VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System) - Primary and secondary care for a large geographical area that includes 20 counties in northern Nevada and northeastern California. Call 775-786-7200. If you are homeless or at risk of homelessness contact the Veterans Outreach Center in person at 350 Capitol Hill or call 775-324-6600.
  • Opens new browser window Reno Vet Center - Readjustment counseling for combat veterans. Call 775-323-1294. For assistance after hours, weekends and holidays, call 1-877-WAR-VETS (1-877-927-8387).
  • Opens new browser window Reno Homefront Veterans' Transitional Living - 316-340 Maine St, TEL: (775) 996-1989, adult male transitional living apartments for homeless Veterans using grant and per diem program. Call 775-996-1989. • Vitality Unlimited in Sun Valley offers a program for veterans who are homeless that includes 30 transitional housing beds. Phone (775)461-0999.
  • Opens new browser window Vitality Unlimited - Sun Valley offers a program for veterans who are homeless that includes 30 transitional housing beds. Phone (775)461-0999.
  • Opens new browser window Steps to New Freedom - Provides 17 transitional housing beds and supportive services for veterans with serious legal problems. Call at 775-322-4003.
  • Opens new browser window Ridge House - Offers 7 transitional beds and a supportive services program for veterans in recovery from substance abuse disorders. Call 775-322-8941.
  • Opens new browser window Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals (Northern Nevada Chapter) - Financial-literacy education, VA loan awareness, and economic opportunity for active-military and veterans.
  • Opens new browser window Veteran's Service Office, University of Nevada, Reno - Assistance with education benefits and other transition services for prospective or current student veterans.
  • Opens new browser window Truckee Meadows Community College Veterans Service Office - Assistance with education benefits and other transition services for prospective or current student veterans.
Vouchers and Public Housing
  • Opens new browser window Reno Housing Authority - Providing and facilitating the development of affordable, quality housing for low-income citizens of Reno, Sparks and Washoe County. Front page has applicant portal and information about whether waiting lists for vouchers or public housing are open or closed. Call 775-329-3630 or TTY: 385-770-7166.
  • Opens new browser window Reno Housing Authority Section 8 Program - Provides information and resources for both participating landlords and tenants.
  • Opens new browser window Reno Housing Authority Public Housing - Description - Gives description of Reno Housing Authority public housing program and properties.
Help for Homeless or At-Risk Families and Individuals
If you are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless, Northern Nevada’s Coordinated Intake system may help you to find housing that best meet your needs. Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada is the coordinated intake point for permanent supportive housing. Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada is open 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for walk-ins, Monday through Friday, and 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for housing assistance and agency referral appointments, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday or call (775) 322-7073 ext. 342. See information listed under veterans’ services above if you are a veteran or helping a veteran. Note that you do not have to go through Coordinated Intake to get help from the emergency shelters or transitional housing listed below.
Southern Nevada Resources
Senior and Disability Services
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Senior Services - Adult day care centers of Las Vegas and Henderson that provide compassionate care and services to adults facing the challenges of chronic diseases, disabilities, and aging.
  • Opens new browser window James Seastrand Helping Hands of North Las Vegas - Assists the frail and elderly in North Las Vegas by providing a variety of services that foster independence and enable people to remain in their own homes.
  • Opens new browser window Helping Hands of Vegas Valley, INC - Free services to assist senior citizens in Southern Nevada.
  • Opens new browser window Opportunity Village - Helping citizens with severe disabilities to socialize, realize future career paths, seek independence and community integration and unleash creative passions through vocational training, community employment, day services, advocacy, arts and social recreation.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Care Connection - One on one assistance for Nevadans with functional limitations and their families. Streamlining access to services.
  • Opens new browser window Clark County Senior Advocates - Information on services for seniors throughout Clark County 702-455-7051
  • Opens new browser window Southern Nevada Community Advocate - ADSD Community Advocates Program goal is to increase community resource awareness for all Nevadans across the lifespan. Creating opportunities to educate, inform, and connect those individuals seeking help to access programs and services to meet their needs. Advocates participate in outreach opportunities such as information fairs, presentations, program visits, and much more. The Community Advocates are also here to help and provide guidance as needed and can offer one-time emergency assistance to ensure sustainability and well-being of individuals.
Veterans Services
If you are a veteran and are homeless or at risk of homelessness, you can go to the Community Resources and Referral Center (CRRC) which is the Coordinated Intake HUB for veterans. The office is open on weekdays except Wednesday from 7:30am to 2:00pm. They only take walk-ins, so it is best that you arrive early in the day.

Veterans Administration
Community Resource and Referral Center (CRRC) as of 9/19/2016 at VA Northeast Primary Care Clinic
4461 E. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone (702) 791-9077
(Ask for the Community Resource & Referral Center “Expert of the Day”)

Additional Veterans Services

  • Opens new browser window US Vets Las Vegas - Comprehensive services for homeless and at-risk veterans.
  • Opens new browser window HELP USA Las Vegas - Operates a Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program that provides homelessness prevention services throughout the Las Vegas/Clark County area, permanent and transitional housing. (702) 778-7700
  • Opens new browser window UNLV Veteran Services - Academic, social, and administrative support to student veterans as well as active duty military members.
  • Opens new browser window Las Vegas Vet Center - Readjustment counseling for combat veterans. For assistance after hours, weekends and holidays, call 1-877-WAR-VETS (1-877-927-8387).
  • Opens new browser window VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System - Primary and secondary care to 240,000 veterans in catchment area, with 7 outpatient clinics available.
  • Opens new browser window Veterans Village Las Vegas - Transitional housing, counseling and referral services.
  • Opens new browser window Henderson Vet Center - Readjustment counseling for combat veterans. Call 702-791-9100. For assistance after hours, weekends and holidays, call 1-877-WAR-VETS (1-877-927-8387).
  • Opens new browser window The Key Foundation - Transitional housing, job training and placement, other supportive services (702-384-0202)
Vouchers and Public Housing
Help for Homeless Families and Individuals
Help for Homeless Families and Individuals If you are an adult without children who is homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless, Southern Nevada’s Coordinated Intake system may help you to find housing that best meet your needs. You do not have to go through Coordinated Intake to get help from emergency shelters. You can go to any of the Clark County Social Service (CCSS) offices listed below between 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday or call (702) 455-4270 See information listed under veterans’ services if you are a veteran or helping a veteran.
  • Opens new browser window Clark County Social Services - Provides a variety of services for needy residents of Clark County who are not assisted by other state, federal or local programs.
  • Opens new browser window Clark County Coordinated Intake HUB - Five Clark County Social Services offices are the point of entry for adults without children in need of housing assistance.
  • Opens new browser window HELP of Southern Nevada - Helps families and individuals throughout Southern Nevada to attain self-sufficiency through direct services, training and referral to community resources.
  • Opens new browser window Salvation Army - Southern Nevada - A ministry providing meals, shelter, transitional housing, family services, youth programs, substance rehabilitation, disaster relief and more.
  • Opens new browser window Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada - Food resources, affordable housing, clothing and other basic needs to help people of all cultures and beliefs rise up out of poverty and overcome barriers to self-sufficiency.
  • Opens new browser window Hopelink in Henderson - Shelter, supportive housing, rentals, free tax preparation services under the VITA program, holiday gift assistance, rent and utility assistance.
  • Opens new browser window Help, Hope, Home - Helping the homeless in Southern Nevada.
  • Opens new browser window East Valley Family Services - Support for families, children and seniors in the Las Vegas Valley area, including food, energy and transportation assistance; employment and application assistance; senior-caregiver respite and more.
  • Opens new browser window Women's Development Center - Provides affordable housing, economic and educational opportunities and support services to families and individuals in the Las Vegas area.
  • Opens new browser window Family Promise - Offers homeless families the opportunity to achieve housing stability by providing short-term shelter, meals, case management and hospitality.
  • Opens new browser window Lutheran Social Services - Food pantry, clothing closet, crisis-based rent and utility assistance and other supportive services for senior citizens, youth, and low-income families in need.
  • Opens new browser window Shannon West Homeless Youth Center - For youth ages 16 to 21. Open 24 hours. 702-385-3776
  • Opens new browser window The Shade Tree - For women and children stay up to 30 days. 702-385-0072
  • Opens new browser window Las Vegas Rescue Mission - Adults and families with children can stay up to 7 days. 702-382-1766
Transportation
Property Management
  • Opens new browser window Initial Requirements for Property Managers - State requirements needed to obtain a property management permit
  • Opens new browser window Southern Nevada Chapter - NARPM - NARPM® is a national association of licensed real estate professionals managing single-family and small residential properties. They promote business ethics, professionalism and fair housing practice, certifies members in the standards and practices of the residential property management industry and promotes continuing professional education.
Other Services
Rural Nevada Resources
Nevada Veterans Resources
Nevada Statewide Resources
  • Opens new browser window Money Follows the Person (MFP) Grant Program - Assisting the transitions of eligible participants from nursing facilities or other institutions to the community by providing assistance with security deposits, first month’s rent and essential household goods.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada State Apartment Association - Legislative support, education and career development, social opportunities and community outreach for the Nevada multi-housing industry.
  • Opens new browser window Builders Association of Northern NV (BANN) - Achieving a collaborative effort between our membership and the local community to create a better quality of life, housing for our citizens and economic prosperity.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Builders Alliance - Creating a positive business environment for our member companies and communities.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada 2-1-1 - Information about community services - including food, clothing, shelter, financial resources, physical and mental health resources, child and senior services, disaster-recovery information and more - that can be accessed via voice, text and online.
  • Opens new browser window Silver State Fair Housing Council - Advocating for Fair Housing through a comprehensive program of outreach, education and enforcement activities.
  • Opens new browser window Weatherization Assistance Program - Department of Energy - Assisting vulnerable Nevadans by improving the energy efficiency of homes to ensure health and safety. Addressing leaks, insulation, heating and cooling issues, indoor air quality and more.
  • Opens new browser window State of Nevada Adult Protective Services (APS) - Adult Protective Services serves Nevadans 18-59, in addition to persons 60 years and older, collectively referred to as vulnerable adults who may experience abuse, neglect, exploitation, isolation or abandonment. Statewide Intake number is 1-877-729-0571
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services - Provide quality, timely and temporary services enabling Nevada families, disabled and elderly to achieve their highest levels of self-sufficiency.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Legal Services - Free legal assistance to low-income Nevadans from all 17 counties.
  • Opens new browser window Community Services of Nevada - First-time homebuyer education, one-on-one homebuyer and post-purchase counseling, free tax preparation through the VITA program, downpayment assistance and foreclosure intervention.
  • Opens new browser window Financial Guidance Center - Financial counseling and coaching, pre-filing bankruptcy counseling and connecting citizens to programs for debt repayment, housing options and asset development.
  • Opens new browser window Navicore Solutions - Providing financial education, community outreach and housing and credit counseling services.
  • Opens new browser window Alliance for Nevada Nonprofits - Training, networking and advocacy to help build the capacity of Nevada’s nonprofit sector, including nonprofits in the housing sector.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Office of Veteran Services - Statewide advocacy for veterans' benefits, Nevada State Veterans Home located in Boulder City provides specialized care, Green Zone service locator, burial services with military honors.
  • Opens new browser window Nevada Office of Veteran Services NVVetNet - Online listings of veteran services, news bulletins, calendar and community conversations.
  • Opens new browser window Home Is Possible for Heroes - State program to help veterans and military with down payment costs of homeownership.
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