Community Resources

Clark County List of Assistance Organizations

Please scroll down past the donations request for the extensive list of assistance organizations. 

 

"We [Clark County] have compiled a list of non-profit organizations working to assist families and individuals during these unprecedented times. Most agencies are in need of financial donations first and foremost, though some have requests for specific items that are in short supply. Many volunteer opportunities also are available for those who are healthy and able lend their talents and skills to assist those who are most vulnerable."  

 

If you need assistance or can provide support, please visit https://www.clarkcountynv.gov/top_services/covid-19/donations.php​​​​​​​

Title I HOPE Services

If your family has lost housing due to economic hardship and you are living in a home with friends or relatives or in a hotel or motel, please contact the Title I Homeless Outreach Program for Education (HOPE). Although they do not provide housing, Title I HOPE can support by referring families to community agencies and assisting students living in transitional situations with educational needs. Title I HOPE can be contacted at 702-855-6682 or visit their website at https://aarsi.ccsd.net/title-i/hope/.

CCSD Meal Services Updated 1.11.21

Calendar Update and Food Distribution Sites Closed

There will be no classes for Clark County School District (CCSD) students and CCSD Food Distribution sites will be closed on the following days:

- January 13, 2021 (No school for students)

- January 18, 2021 (No school in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day)

However, additional school meals will be provided on Tuesday, Jan. 12 and Friday Jan. 15 at Distribution Sites.

CCSD provides free school meals to all children 2 - 18 years of age. Students may pick up meals at any Food Distribution Site. A student’s parent/guardian may also pick up meals for students without the child present during the meal pickup.

To find the CCSD Food Distribution Site nearest you, visit ccsd.nutrislice.com.

The Connection Line - Student Access to Mental Health Assistance

The Connection Line provides students with access to District mental health professionals, including social workers and counselors, via the telephone during extended periods of time in which school is not in session.

 

The Connection Line was launched during Thanksgiving Break and will resume over Winter Break. Calls to the Connection Line will be answered from December 19, 2020, through January 3, 2021, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in both English and Spanish.

 

The phone number is 702-799-6632.

Emergency Hotline

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Three Square [Food Assistance]

Three Square's Mission

 

"To provide wholesome food to hungry people, while passionately pursuing a hunger-free community." We combine food banking (warehousing canned and boxed goods), food rescue (obtaining surplus or unused meats, bread, dairy and produce from hospitality and grocery outlets) and ready-to-eat meals to be the most complete food solution for Southern Nevada."

If you need food assistance or can provide support, please click on the link below. 

​​​​​​​https://www.threesquare.org/

Project 150

Providing free support and services to homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students in Nevada since 2011.

 

Updated: November 20, 2020

 

Project 150 continues to work hard supporting high school students and their families during this unprecedented public health event. As a mission-based nonprofit organization, Project 150 cares deeply for the students we serve, our employees, as well as the many donors and volunteers who partner with us everyday. We would like to reassure you that your health and well-being remain top priorities for us. 

 

NEW: Betty's Boutique is open for high school students by appointment only -

Please call 702- 721- 7150 to schedule.

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Curb-side Food Pick up Schedule

Dec 1st - Dec 4th from 1PM - 4PM

Dec 7th - Dec 11th from 1PM - 4PM

*Please call to verify before coming to our office, as information may change frequently. There will be no curbside food pick up after December 11th until January.

*Students must have high school ID or verification of attendance in a CCSD high school for the current academic year. 

 

If you need assistance or can provide support please visit https://www.project150.org/

Housing Assistance - Henderson

Apply now for housing assistance through the City of Henderson CARES Housing Assistance Program. Limited funding is still available but going fast. We are accepting the last few applications now. If you were affected by COVID-19, don't wait to apply for help with your mortgage or rent.

http://bit.ly/HendersonCHAP

HopeLink of Southern Nevada at 702-566-0576

CCSD Food Services - [Age 2-18]

In an effort to provide proper nutrition to our students every day,

CCSD offers free school meals to all children 2 - 18 years of age.

Students may pick up meals at any food site. A student’s parent/guardian may also pick up meals for students without the child present during the meal pickup. Meal sites may be found online at ccsd.nutrislice.com

A list of frequently asked questions regarding meal distribution can be found here http://ccsd.net/departments/food-service/meal-distribution

The Just One Project

[Food Assistance]

Mission:

Keeping our community connected by inspiring people to get involved, give back, and make a difference. The Just One Project mobilizes volunteers to build stronger and healthier communities.

 

 

If you need assistance or can provide support, visit https://thejustoneproject.org/home-1​​​​​​​

Jewish Family Service Agency

JFSA provides social services to those in need in our Community. Contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our dedicated staff to see how we can provide help to you or your loved ones.

 

Find our more at https://www.jfsalv.org/services​​​​​​​

Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada

GIVING HELP AND HOPE TO PEOPLE IN NEED REGARDLESS OF RACE, RELIGION OR CREED.

 

Please visit https://www.catholiccharities.com/​​​​​​​

LGBTQ & Homeless Youth Resources

LGBTQ + friendly

 

"Providing a list of existing Resources for the LGBTQ + Homeless Youth of Las Vegas, NV"

 

​​​​​​​LGBTQ & Homeless Youth Resources Or see the attached flyer.

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Check here First -FACES Comprehensive List

Check the Family and Community Engagement Services attachment first for assistance.  Resources for assistance with food, housing, clothing, employment, and utilities. 

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Covid-19 Resource Guide

The COVID-19 crisis has caused a lot of uncertainty in our daily lives. If you need help locating community resources to help you and your children, please reach out to your school. They can get you in touch with a CCSD School Social Worker or School-Based Mental Health Professional to help you. 

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Includes:

  • COVID-19 Testing Sites

  • Flu Vaccine Clinic

  • Food Banks

  • Holiday Programs

  • Resources for Animals

  • Additional COVID-19 Resources

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