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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
1581 N. Main St
The Salvation Army
This charity type organization provides Shelter, low income housing, and homeless prevention/rent assistance is offered. emergency financial assistance such as rent, housing & utilities to lowincome clients and families residing in North Rural Clark County area of Bunkerville as well as Mesquite and surrounding areas. They also administer a variety of other social services, and are a great place to call for referrals too. http://www.salvationarmysouthernnevada.org/familyservices
Programs That Help
Adult Rehabilitation Program
For over 100 years, The Salvation Army has been providing assistance to people with a variety of physical and social afflictions through its United States based Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs).
Adult Rehabilitation Centers began in 1881 when William Booth - founder of The Salvation Army - opened shelters for homeless people on the streets of London, England. His initiative quickly spread to the United States, and to this day, people come to us with issues of substance abuse, legal problems, relational conflicts, homelessness, unemployment and a need for spiritual awakening and restoration.
Drug and alcohol addiction are among the country's most destructive social problems, and The Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Centers comprise the largest residential rehabilitation program in the United States. This comprehensive program is free to the public and financed through our well known Salvation Army Thrift Stores.
Adult Rehabilitation Centers are probably the most widely known of all The Salvation Army services. They provide long term, social model, and residential recovery programs for individuals seeking to deal with substance abuse and other addictions. They seek to help participants regain self-worth, learn how to build an orderly and disciplined life and become contributing members of society. Each program participant is provided with a clean and healthy living environment, nutritious food, group and individual counseling, spiritual direction, work therapy assignments and recreational activities.
Emergency Disaster Services
The Salvation Army has been responding to major disasters in the United States since the devastating hurricane experienced by Galveston, Texas in 1900. Since then, The Salvation Army is usually one of the first on the scene and the last to leave. While every disaster is unique and creates its own special needs, the core of The Salvation Army's disaster program consists of several basic services. And while these services address many of the typical needs of a disaster survivor, Salvation Army disaster relief is also flexible. Our services are adapted to the specific needs of individuals and communities and salable according to the magnitude of the disaster.
For information on how to get involved with this amazing team, please contact Lt. Larry Groenleer via email or by calling 702.870.4430 x 113.
Assistance and case management to low-income individuals and families in need we Provide Assistance With:
- Food Pantry
- Personal Hygiene
- Baby Items
- Veteran Services
- Referrals to partner agencies and 211
- Utility Assistance* provided in collaboration with Southwest Gas SHARE Program (NV Energy Project Reach, Age Restrictions Apply)
- Rent: Immediate Needs Program (by appointment only)
- Seasonal Programs
- Coats for Kids
- Back to School Backpacks
- Christmas Angels
Documents Needed for Services
To qualify for service, please bring:
- State ID and Social Security Card for all adults in household
- Birth Certificate and Social Security Card for each child
- Current Utility Bill (Water, Gas or Power) in your name -OR- current stamped rent receipt. If living with someone, must bring copy of their ID along with a utility bill or stamped rent receipt.
All services are based on funding and inventory of requested items. Non-perishable food donations, baby formula and diapers gratefully accepted at both Family Services locations.
The Workforce Connections
This program is now in Mesquite, Nevada for anyone who is interested can call the numbers listed below for more information or to schedule an intake.
Workforce Connections helps unemployed youth and adults access training opportunities and find employment. The youth case manager, Stephanie Woolley is at 355 W. Mesquite Blvd #B-50 from 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday through Friday. Ms. Woolley can be reached at (702)-345-5116. Shawn Hotch is the adult and displaced worker case manager and she is located at the Mesquite Public Library 121 E. First North Street from 9:00am - 5:30pm. Monday through Friday. To connect, please call (702)-507-4093.
The goal of The Salvation Army Homeless Services is to help individuals gain the skills and resources necessary to transition from homelessness to a higher level of productive independent living. Services range from meeting individuals' immediate needs to long term goal attainment. Case management, shelter facilities and other transformational resources are available on our Lied Social Services Campus.
Day Resource Center/Emergency Lodge:35 W Owens Ave # 103, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 (702) 701-5368
The Shelter is open 365 days a year with a Day Resource Center to access, triage, and refer clients to our programs that can provide the long term help they might need. Each day an average of 350 individuals come to us for a reprieve from the weather, take a shower, use the restrooms, hydrate, or make telephone calls; simple, basic needs that we can sometimes take for granted.
Vocational Programs: (702) 701-5347
We strive to help our clients obtain the income and locate housing that they may function as self-sufficient, independent citizens of the community. We want to ultimately eliminate homelessness in Las Vegas by leading homeless individuals to employment and housing that they will achieve productive lives. Working in partnership with the College of Southern Nevada, local businesses, and state agencies, our clients receive academic training and practical work experience in a variety of fields. Along with classes in life skills and essential employment tools, these programs truly transform lives.
The Chapels at the Lied Social Services Campus and treatment center provide the homeless with nightly services as well as needed counseling and guidance by the resident chaplain.
Our Mission: The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.
Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
SEEDS of Hope (Saving, Empowering, Educating, and restoring DreamS to lives shattered by human trafficking)
The Salvation Army firmly believes that the abuse and exploitation of human beings through any form of human trafficking is an offense against humankind and against God. We work vigilantly for the prevention of human trafficking and for the restoration of survivors. Give if you can to SEEDS of Hope.
The SEEDS of Hope program works in collaboration with local law enforcement, FBI, ICE and numerous community service providers to identify, rescue, and restore victims of all forms of human trafficking.
Las Vegas has been identified by a Justice Department risk analysis study as one of 17 cities nationwide most likely to be the top destinations for trafficking victims. Everyday in our valley, SEEDS of Hope works with both foreign and domestic victims of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Through our comprehensive case management services we can provide emergency shelter, transportation, clothing, food, victim advocacy, crises intervention and safety planning, medical and dental care, derivative family member benefits, mental health counseling, employment assistance, legal referrals, substance abuse treatment, access to child care, and other service recommendations.
We take a holistic approach to the clients' needs and challenges in order to help them move from victimization to self sufficiency. SEEDS of Hope, like all of The Salvation Army's programs and services, are made possible with the support of the community we serve. Please take a moment to pray for those who are victims of modern day slavery.
The Lied Vocational Training Program: 35 West Owens Avenue North Las Vegas 89030 (702) 701-5347
Located at 35 West Owens in North Las Vegas, this program transforms men's and women's lives. Designed to assist homeless persons in gaining the skills and confidence necessary to move from homelessness to self sufficient independent living, we partner with College of Southern Nevada, local businesses and state agencies to provide academic training and practical work experience in a variety of fields. The Lied Vocational Training Program provides employment skills, on-the-job training, case management and job search and job placement.
We strive to help our clients obtain the income and locate housing that they may function as self-sufficient, independent citizens of the community. We want to ultimately eliminate homelessness in Las Vegas by leading homeless individuals to employment and housing that they will achieve productive lives. We work to prevent homelessness by reaching out to low income families to provide them with the assistance so that they can maintain their homes.
The Lied Vocational Training Program provides employment skills training, including work readiness, life skills, remediation, on-the-job training, case management to identify needs and provide supportive services, job search and job placement.
Veteran Services: 35 West Owens Avenue North Las Vegas, NV 89030 (702) 701-5374
Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
SSVF program is designed to assist low-income veterans and their families in obtaining and maintaining stable housing. We have been awarded a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to serve veterans throughout Southern Nevada. Supportive services can include case management, housing counseling, linkage to VA and mainstream benefits/services, temporary financial assistance to address housing barriers , life skills training, budgeting, job preparation, coping skills, housing preparation, credit repair, credit counseling, transportation assistance, landlord/tenant mediation. Assistance from peer mentors who are veterans themselves will add to the individualized, strength-based approach of care.
Homeless veterans struggling with the disease of addiction are provided with placement in the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC), our residential, clinical substance abuse treatment program. The ARC provides an intensive continuum of care program for homeless persons for the treatment of substance abuse, chemical addictions, mental health, and compulsive gambling. The method is to provide a structured, purposeful, planned, daily regimen in a 24 hour live-in setting, permitting the individual to grow emotionally and intellectually while experiencing a supportive, caring and responsible environment. This truly transformative program gives hope to our veterans and blesses them with an opportunity for a new life filled with potential.
Salvation Army Summer Camp
Each summer, children from low-income Southern Nevada families enjoy fresh air, exercise and new friendships at annual Salvation Army Summer Camps. The camping experience is more than just a pleasant vacation. Children learn new skills and self-reliance; trained counselors who understand their emotional needs and problems help them to mature.
Camp Activities include adventure and scouting, arts and crafts, music development, and sports. Discovery Camp is for children ages 7 to 12 years and is held in Heber, Arizona at The Salvation Army's Camp Ponderosa Ranch.
Find out how you can help a deserving kid make it to camp by calling 702.870.4430. What they take home won't fit in a backpack!
What you can do to Help
For ways to help the Salvation Army visit the following Websites:
If you would like to volunteer, click the following website and sign up: http://www.salvationarmysouthernnevada.org/volunteer
355 W. Mesquite Blvd. Suite B50, Mesquite, Nevada, 89027,
Boise, Idaho, USA
3562 S. TK Avenue
Does not distribute food to individuals. Can give referrals.
Idaho Foodbank Picnic in the Park
Program SUMMER MONTHS ONLY
Free lunch is provided to ALL children, ages 1-18. Adults can buy lunch for $1.
Star, Idaho, USA
10775 State St
Contact for more information.
Carson City, Nevada, USA
2621 Northgate Lane, suite #49
Open Mon., Tues, Thur., Friday 8am - 5pm
The purpose of the program is to collaborate with the community in assisting the people of Carson City in obtaining fundamental needs, which are necessary for them to develop healthy relationships and improve their quality of life
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
480 West Bonanza Rd
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission strives to be the model for providing hope and change to the homeless, addicted, and others in need. We do this through feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, and by offering care, support, and an introduction to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. In the end, we provide redemption, recovery, and re-entry to independent living. Spiritual Guidance, Recovery Program, Clothing Ministry, Daily Meals, Emergency Shelter, Food pantry program – emergency food for hundreds of needy families, Holiday food baskets – distributed in November and December, Mothers with babies – provided with formula, baby food, diapers and more, Service agencies – daycare, senior homes, etc., daily given bread, dairy, and more
Reno, Nevada, USA
295 Gentry Way #19
We are a project/dba of Empowering Parents, Inc. a Nevada chartered Non Profit Corporation. Empowering parents is a Federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and public charity. We are recognized by NV Sales and Use as a Tax
Our goal is to service the local community each week with enough food that no one that comes to us goes away without food for their family.
We currently provide a food pantry at our facility at 295 Gentry Way, Suite 19.
The service times are from 10:00 AM until Noon, each Saturday. You must be in line before Noon to receive food!
Generally participants will receive at least one item from the following groups:
We are honored to be able to provide Fresh fruit and vegetbles on a regular basis
Garden City, Idaho, USA
9655 W State St
Foster Care Relief
Military Care Relief
“Slavery occurs when one person completely controls another person, using violence or the threat of violence to maintain that control, exploits them economically, pays them nothing, and they cannot walk away” (The CNN Freedom Project).
As a ministry at Foothills, everything we do in the justice ministry is specifically designed with that one person in mind.
Over the past few years, we have used funds from Just Grounds to provide direct services to local human trafficking victims, taken funds from art auctions to support the work of International Justice Mission and supported Free the Girls, an organization helping survivors of human trafficking start their own businesses.
We would love to talk with you and help you discover simple steps you can take to make a difference.
Take a minute to follow the links below to learn more about the issues and the organizations we work with and support to bring about change.
We also provide back packs, school supplies blankets , Christmas gifts and personal items to families in need.
Each year we provide a free Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving day to provide a place for folks to come and enjoy dinner on us so they do not have to spend this holiday alone.
The mission of Foothills Christian Church outreach is to bring love, hope, and compassion as well as share the Love of Jesus with our community through meeting physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Our outreach has many areas in which we reach out to the multiple needs in our community.
Boise, Idaho, USA
2250 Vista Ave
Community Action Agencies are private non-profit or public organizations that were created by the federal government in 1964 to combat poverty in geographically designated areas. Status as a Community Action Agency is the result of an explicit designation by local or state government.
A Community Action Agency has a tripartite board structure that is designated to promote the participation of the entire community in the reduction or elimination of poverty.
Community Action Agencies seek to involve the community, including elected public officials private sector representatives, and especially low-income residents, in assessing local needs and attacking the causes and conditions of poverty.
Meridian, Idaho, USA
911 N Meridian Rd 83714
Garden City, Idaho, USA
610 E 42nd S 83687
Nampa, Idaho, USA
316 Stampede Dr
Our Clubs provide a wealth of programs and activities to prepare young people for real-world success. We believe that by focusing on health and fitness, academic success, and good character and leadership, the children we serve will be better prepared to graduate from high school, go on to college, and thrive as adults.