Kelly Robson, Chief Social Services Officer
Phone: (702) 369-4357 ext.1232
Beginning July 2014, all homeless single adults without children must go to Clark County Social Services at 1600 Pinto Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89106 for Coordinated Intake in order to receive a referral for housing services. HELP cannot provide services without this referral.
All others, please visit HELP’s Homeless Services department at 1640 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas NV 89119 Monday - Thursday between 7 am - 5 pm or call 702-369-4357 x1825, for information about available services.
Organizations United To Reach, Educate, & Assist Chronic Homeless
Participating O.U.T.R.E.A.C.H Agencies:
HELP of Southern Nevada - Straight From The Street - Community Counseling Center - Clark County Social Services - Nevada Health Centers - Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Bridge Team - METRO HELP Team - Regional Office of the Homeless Coordinator - Westcare of Nevada - Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams (MCIT)
Mobile Crisis Intervention Team also known as MCIT
Conducts interventions and abatements and Health & Safety checks from ALL jurisdictions at the direction of the Regional Homeless Coordinators office. They work in tandem with ALL services providers to make sure that families and individuals are offered supportive services and access to housing.
Intensive Case Management - ICM
Intensive Case Management provides support relative to the growing number of chronic homeless throughout the valley experiencing homelessness in addition to other disorders. ICM offers crisis intervention, referral services, and ongoing monitoring and follow-up to address medical, mental health, and substance abuse issues.
Shelter Plus Care – SPC
This provides intensive case management and permanent housing for chronic homeless individuals and operates in the same manner of our O.U.T.R.E.A.C.H. intensive case management program.
A New Start
A New Start is a supportive housing program that provides rental assistance and supportive services to homeless families who have a documented disability. The program focuses on providing case management, programming and support to its clients to become self-sufficient once they leave the program.
The PATH Program is designed to provide services to persons who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless and have a Serious Mental Illness (SMI). The main goal is to obtain appropriate housing while engaging in formal mental health treatment.