All are welcome every Saturday at noon at the City Impact Center, 950 E. Sahara Ave. for a barbeque meal, worship, and bible study. Wednesdays and Thursdays a food pantry operates from 10:00 to 2:00 PM at the City Impact Campus at 968 E. Sahara Ave. The food pantry is open to anyone living in a house or apartment that can provide valid proof of residency that they live in the 90101, 89104, 89109, 89169, 89121 or 89119 zip codes and have picture id.
Provides a variety of services for needy residents of Clark County who are not assisted by other state, federal or local programs. Services are primarily targeted for childless adults. The primary mandates are to provide financial and medical assistance, protective services for seniors. Social Service is also responsible for other programs and duties assigned by the Board of County Commissioners.
Social Services: Their mission is to provide individuals and families facing a temporary crisis with emergency assistance to meet basic needs. Depending on the individual or family situation and their available resources, they can assist with basic necessities such as emergency food, clothing, and baby food. When available, 24-hour bus passes, rent and utility payment assistance is provided.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC): This supplemental food program provides food, nutritional education, and referrals to health and public agencies to pregnant women, recently pregnant, and women with children up to the age of five.
Homeless to Home (Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program): This program provides single-men or women with children; two parent married couples; veterans of any age and seniors 62 years or older, assistance with housing, utility payment assistance, case management, job training, food and clothing to end the cycle of homelessness and to gain self-sufficiency through employment. They will assist clients for 6 months to one year, helping them end the cycle of homelessness.
St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility: This facility at 1502 North Main Street, feeds nutritious meals to homeless and needy men, women, and children every day of the year, in a clean and safe environment, no questions asked. A free community meal is served daily 10-11 AM. Additional meals are served for $3 Monday to Friday and are open to the public 7-8 AM for breakfast, 12-1 PM for lunch, and 3-5 PM for dinner. Sunday lunch is served 12-1 PM and dinner is served 3-5 PM.
Community Food Pantry: This pantry provides groceries for individuals and families in need Monday through Friday 8 AM to 3 PM.
St. Vincent HELP Apartments: These 120 fully furnished apartments are specifically designed to help men and women regain their independence and transition to permanent housing.
A local public agency whose role is to help keep children safe. The agency was formed in response to the merger of state and county child welfare services. Services include adoption, case management, child abuse hotline, child protection, independent living, and the parenting project.
Foster Kinship is a comprehensive support program for kinship caregivers in Nevada designed to increase the stability and well-being of the kinship family.
A community resource that assists families and individuals through direct services, training and referral to community resources. The building blocks lead to four cornerstones: Housing, Emergency Services, Life Skills and Prevention. Below are some of the services they offer.
Nevada 2-1-1: An easy to remember telephone number that connects callers to free information about critical health and human services available in their community. The center is staffed by live information and referral specialists who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Social Services: Comprised of 3 main divisions:
Weatherization: Assists low-income households occupied by seniors, physically challenged, and homes with children by installing energy saving devises, such as solar screens. Weatherizing equals money in energy savings that clients can use toward necessities like food.
Shannon West Homeless Youth Center: Residential facility for youth ages 16-21. The youth live in studio apartments and learn the basic life skills necessary to reach independence. The campus provides 24-hour staffing for supervision and transportation of the residents.
Work Opportunities Readiness Center (W.O.R.C.): offers free assistance to anyone who has recently lost his or her primary source of income due to job lay-offs, divorce, death, or disability
The Community Alternative Sentencing Program (CAS): Gives court appointed individuals the opportunity to serve the community.
A social ministry with supportive services for senior citizens, youth, and low-income families. The agency has the following services currently available to families in need:
Emergency Food Pantry: Supermarket style client-choice emergency food pantry where clients are given a cart to select fresh produce and packaged food items for themselves.
Emergency Services Program: Temporary financial support through rental and utility assistance for low-income individuals living at/or below the poverty line.
Career Connections Center: Provides employment search and retention services to individuals and families. They provide birth certificates and state identification documents necessary for obtaining employment in Nevada.
Supportive Housing Program (Project Return Home): Family supportive transitional housing services provided through three apartment homes for homeless families. This community-based program offers homeless families in the community, whose other resources have been exhausted, transitional housing with wrap around supportive services. It requires the head of household to be willing and able to participate in a written case service plan, which will within 24 months facilitate long-term stabilization, employment and housing.
North Las Vegas: 44340 Simmons Street – (866) 704-4859
Henderson: 10416 S. Eastern Avenue- (866) 614-9667
Las Vegas: CAC-1511 N. Las Vegas Blvd. – (855) 207-7084
Offers services and provides regulatory supervision to protect and promote the health, the environment and the well-being of Clark County residents and visitors. The District is divided into the following four divisions.
Administrative Services: Covers the operations of health cards, vital records and public information.
Community Health Services: Includes emergency medical services, epidemiology, chronic disease prevention and health promotion, public health preparedness, and the Southern Nevada Public Health Laboratory.
Environmental Health: Oversees plan review and inspection programs involving food and beverage establishments, public accommodations, subdivisions, child care facilities, body art facilities, public swimming pools, public water systems, septic tanks, and solid waste facilities.
Nursing and Clinics: Provides public health-related clinical services at an average cost of $35. Services are provided regardless of a client’s ability to pay. Administers childhood and adult immunizations, offers sexually transmitted disease treatment and control, tuberculosis treatment and control, kids clinics, and HIV/AIDS case management.
Provides services enabling Nevada families, the disabled and elderly to achieve their highest levels of self-sufficiency.
Southern Nevada’s only food bank providing assistance to it residents. This is a community collaborative partnership providing the equivalent of nearly 18 million meals per year to more than 650 Program Partners. Below are some of the services they offer:
Backpack for Kids Program: Provides a bag of nutritious, kid-friendly, shelf-stable food to children who lack adequate food over the weekend.
Kids Café Program: One of the largest charitable meal service programs, which provides free and prepared food and nutrition education to hungry children in a safe environment. Provides meals to children after school in the late afternoon.
Summer Food Service Program (SFSP): Provides nutritious meals to children 18 or younger in low-income areas during the summer. The program ensures that children’s nutritional needs are met during their school vacation when FRL meals are not available.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP Outreach): Provides low-income households with electronic benefits they can use like a debit card to purchase food at stores authorized by the US Department of Agriculture.