We are working with service providers, faith groups and other community partners to bring needed services to help our homeless population get off the streets and gain employment, housing and the skills they need to renter society.
The city is focused on the Courtyard Homeless Resource Center, a starting point where homeless individuals can go to access resources all in one place within the Corridor of Hope at 314 Foremaster Lane. Currently, the Courtyard is open seven days a week 24 hours a day. Get help by calling 702-229-6117 or email@example.com.
By offering a one-stop shop with access to medical, housing and employment services through a variety partners, the cycle of homelessness can be broken. The initial phase of the Courtyard opened in 2017 and now the city is moving forward to expand the property. This build-out will result in new buildings with classrooms, an intake center, shower and restroom facilities, and areas for service providers to assist homeless individuals. The Courtyard also will feature a kitchen, mailboxes and a pet kennel.
Construction on this $15 million project is set to begin in the third quarter of 2019 and be completed in 2020. While construction is occurring at 1401 Las Vegas Blvd. North, the Courtyard will continue to operate at its current location at Foremaster Lane and Las Vegas Boulevard, across from Catholic Charities.
Since August 2017, the city and service providers at the Courtyard have been assisting in getting homeless off the streets and into housing. Through the Courtyard, the city has connected those in need to mental health providers, legal assistance and job information.
As part of Southern Nevada's regional plan to end homelessness, Help Hope Home collaborates with various community partners through managing and overseeing the Southern Nevada Homelessness Continuum of Care Board Group
The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a leading voice on federal homelessness policies. Through legislation, research, and data analysis, the alliance focuses on enhancing capacity building to help turn policy solutions into practices.
211 is a special telephone numbers to provide information on a variety of topics, including homeless services and housing opportunities.
Catholic Charities provides various homeless initiatives such as family services, food services, senior services, immigration and refugee services, and housing services.
As a multicultural and multi-faith corporation, the Community Interfaith Council provides services and functions that address critical needs in the community, such as homeless initiatives.
HELP of Southern Nevada provides four homeless services programs involving case management and permanent supportive housing: Help Them Home, New Beginnings, Cooperative Agreement Benefiting Homeless Individuals and Healthy Living.
Lutheran Social Services provides various homeless services such as food services, rental and/or utility assistance and employment assistance.
Salvation Army provides various homeless services, including case management, shelter facilities and other transformational resources through their Lied Social Services Campus.
The Shade Tree provides safe shelter to homeless and abused women and children in crisis and provides additional life-changing services to promote stability, dignity and self-reliance.
West Care provides various behavioral health services (detoxification, crisis stabilization and substance abuse treatment) to individuals and works with organizations to provide the best care possible to individuals within the community.
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