Clark County and Las Vegas transitional housing and shelters.

Affordable transitional and low income housing units are located in Clark County. Residents that are in a crisis may also be able to use a local shelter. The resources are provided by non-profits and government organizations that operate across the region.

While most of the housing units are located in, and are for families of the immediate Las Vegas region, there are sites across the county. People facing eviction and the currently homeless can use the low income apartments and homes and some agencies may offer limited funding to pay deposits or rent.

Participants of these programs will also generally need to attend case management. This means that, in addition to the housing, they can receive help in finding a job, enrolling into government benefit programs, and otherwise gain self-sufficiency. The leading resources and housing programs in Clark County Nevada are below.

Lied Transitional Housing - Transitional Housing for Graduates of Treatment Program
45 W. Owens Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89030
Telephone number - 702-642-7252
The location partners with the Salvation Army to provide independent transitional living for clients who graduate from Salvation Army centers in Clark County and their treatment/recovery programs.

Salvation Army - Clark County
35 W. Owens
North Las Vegas, NV, 89030
Call 702-399-4403
Many housing and rental assistance programs are offered. A main one is the Supportive Services for Low Income or Homeless Veterans and their immediate Families. Receive help in finding and paying for stable housing in the region. Eviction prevention, shelter, and more is offered.

 

 

 

Catholic Charities Of Southern Nevada
511 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101
Dial 702-387-2282
The program known as Crossroads Transitional Housing Senior Men or Women offers affordable apartments and housing for qualified low income individuals age 55 and older. Meals and other case management is available too, such as employment assistance. Other resources include information on  affordable housing, services for immigrant, and more. Another center is at 1501 Las Vegas Blvd North, Las Vegas, NV, 89101.

St. Vincent's HELP Apartments
1521 Las Vegas Blvd N
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Las Vegas Indian Center
Address: 2300 W. Bonanza Rd.
Las Vegas, NV, 89106
Main phone - 702-647-5842

Key Foundation
1001 N. A Street
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89106
Dial 702-384-0202
Transitional housing is offered for veterans.

Women's Development Center (WDC)
4020 Pecos McLeod
Las Vegas, NV, 89121
Dial 702-796-7770
The non-profit offers transitional housing for homeless single parents with children. Receive a furnished apartment, case management services, housing counseling, job development, and other services. The agency will help Clark County residents and the homeless find and pay for permanent housing. Aid from the LINK Program can pay first months rent, security deposits, moving expenses, utility connections and more housing costs.

New Genesis
2113 Sunrise Ave.
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Dial 702-384-8007
Free transitional and low income housing for those that are currently employed. They also run the Compass House Residential Program in which people can use vouchers to help pay their rent.

 

 

 

EOB Project HOME
330 W. Washington Avenue. Suite 7
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
Phone: (702) 647-3307

HELP of Southern Nevada
Main address is 1417 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Call 702-385-3776
Emergency shelter, low income housing, self-sufficiency, and other resources are offered for families facing eviction and the homeless. Many resources are provided for the youth too.

Parson's Place
624 E. Stewart
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Telephone number is 702-383-0847

Regina Hall
215 Palo Verde Drive
Henderson, NV
(702) 565-9925

Safe Nest for Women
2915 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada
Dial (702) 877-0133
Can help victims of domestic violence, the poor, and less fortunate. Receive shelter and information on transitional and low income homes and apartments. Advocacy is available too.

Nevada Community Associates, Inc. (NCA)
Main address is 5185 Camino Al Norte Suite 130
North Las Vegas, NV, 89031
Dial 702-522-9962
A program of up to 18 months is offered for those seeking affordable housing. The non-profit administers life skills training, career counseling, information on government subsidized housing and other support.

Southern Nevada Children First
720 W. Cheyenne Ave. #30
North Las Vegas, NV, 89030
Telephone – 702-487-5665
Shelter, life skills development, information on permanent homes and apartments and other services are administered.

Lutheran Social Services of Nevada (LSSN)
73 Spectrum Road
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Dial 702-639-1730
Offers low income, transitional housing and supportive services to homeless families and other basic services.

 

 

 

 

Clark County Social Services
Office address - 2820 W. Charleston Blvd. #15
Las Vegas, NV, 89102
Phone – 702-455-4270
A number of government and public housing programs are provided, including section 8, eviction prevention, lists of local shelters, and resources for youth and foster care children.

S.A.F.E. House
921 American Pacific Dr. Suite 300
Henderson, NV, 89014
Telephone – 702-451-4203
Offers assistance for victims of domestic violence, both children and women/parents.

God In Me Ministry
851 Hassell Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Main phone (702) 648-3223

Las Vegas Rescue Mission
480 W Bonanza Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Main phone number (702) 382-1766
A number of resources are offered for the homeless, poor, and less fortunate in Clark County. Food, shelter, information on government subsidized housing and vouchers are all available.

The Shade Tree Transitional Shelter
1 West Owens Ave
North Las Vegas, NV, 89030
Telephone number is 702-385-0072

Key Foundation
1001 N. A Street
Las Vegas, NV, 89106
702-384-0202
Can provide homeless veterans with bus passes,  transitional housing, employment, budgeting classes and more.

Nevada Partnership For Homeless Youth
4981 Shirley St.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119
702-383-1332

United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Southern Nevada
926 W. Owens Ave
Las Vegas, NV, 89106
702-636-4077
The government may have Emergency Assistance For Homeless Veterans. This can include shelter, affordable low income and transitional housing, clothing, food, and other support.

 

 

 

Quest House
2621 Brady St.
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
702-657-0856

Silkworth House
5581 Mcleod Dr.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89120
Dial 702-456-4020
Programs cover all of Clark County. Short term emergency housing, shelters, and other services are on site.

Frontier House
Address is 3430 Frontier St.
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Phone number - 702-598-0028

Carter House
706 Dike
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
702-204-4229
The non-profit runs a recovery home for men.

St. Jude's Ranch for Children - (National Headquarters) - Boulder City Campus
100 St. Jude's St.
Boulder City, Nevada, 89005
702-294-7102

Curcarlin House
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
Call the housing program at 702-836-9046

Innovative Concept Transitional Housing, Inc.
Las Vegas, NV 89104

Rainbow Family Inc.
6663 Villa Bonita Rd.
Las Vegas, NV, 89146
The site for more information is http://www.rainbowfamilyinc.org/
The state has an emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence, child care services, counseling,  assistance with applying for government aid including housing, emergency aid to families in extreme poverty.

Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority (SNVRHA)
340 N. 11th St., Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Telephone - 702-922-6800
Runs the section 8 program and transitional housing units. They provide safe, sanitary and decent housing for low and moderate income and working poor families. Public housing properties are located across Clark County.

Homeless Transitional Shelter for Pregnant Women
8780 W. Charleston Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada

Living Grace Home, Inc.
1806 Somersby Way
Henderson, NV, 89014
Phone - 702-212-6472
A maternity home for pregnant women is offered as well as services such as GED instruction, pre-natal education, housing counseling and support from a case manager.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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