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1 Spring 2015 May 21 st at Rancho High School

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3 Preliminary Results: Organizations/Departments in attendance: about 85 Approximately 200 Families served 50% were homeless/at imminent risk of homelessness 3

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5 Services Provided Childcare/Summer Programming Housing Resources Foreclosure Assistance Medical/Dental/Vision Financial Planning Job Readiness Educational Services Legal Guidance/ Child Support Behavioral Health Food Resources/EBT Teen Services Children s Activities Giveaways More! 5

6 Outreach Providers Title One HOPE Clark County School District Community Centers Boys and Girls Clubs Mayor s Faith Imitative News Media 6

7 Outcomes 7

8 Medical Services Nevada Health Centers and Volunteers in Medicine of Southern NV: 63 clients connected with Medical Services 32 clients connected with Dental Services 25 clients connected with Enrollment Assistance 9 clients received information on Mammovan services Anthem Pediatric Dentistry connected with 26 clients Dignity Health provided 6 pre-diabetes/diabetes risk assessments Logisticare provided 25 clients with information on medical insurance enrollment and 24 clients with info on transportation services Amerigroup referred 18 clients to medical support services Summerlin Lions Club provided 109 free vision screenings and glasses as needed 8

9 Financial Planning Financial Guidance Center: 7 Clients received education information on IDA accounts 29 client received information on utility assistance programs Springboard Financial Planning connected with 11 clients for general services 9

10 Legal Guidance Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada connected with 5 clients for assistance with divorce and family law DA family Support assisted: 22 families with case status updates 1 family with child support modification DA Criminal Division and Victim Witness Assistance provided: 11 clients with information on sealing criminal records 8 clients with information on warrants 10

11 Behavioral/Mental Health Multiple Behavioral and Mental Health Agencies provided information on PSR/BST and Day Treatment, adult outpatient, child outpatient, clinical, and therapy WestCare provided 106 clients with information on substance abuse treatment Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Provided 34 clients with general program information Alcoholics Anonymous provided meeting materials to 70 clients Summit Mental Health made 24 treatment referrals 11

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13 Job Readiness DETR provided 55 clients with information on job assistance programming The Salvation Army provided 80 clients with vocational services information UCLV jobs Assisted 23 Clients with job searches and 5 clients with resume services HELP WIA provided general program information to 33 clients Southern Nevada Children First signed 5 people up for workforce programming 13

14 Housing and Foreclosure Assistance Clients learned of shelter programs through Family Promise, The Shade Tree, SNCF, WDC and St. Jude's Crossing HUD provided general information to 57 clients & 43 program referrals Silver State Fair Housing provided 27 families information on fair housing laws, reasonable accommodations, reasonable modifications, and housing discrimination US Vets provided 2 clients with information on veteran housing WDC provided: 6 clients with information on housing stability programs 11 clients with information on home ownership and affordable rentals 14

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16 Childcare/Summer Programming & Teen Resources 20 families received information on summer programming through Clark County Parks and Recreation Las Vegas Urban League provided 27 families with information on programming for childcare subsidies The Children s Cabinet provided 21 clients with information on how to find quality childcare and 10 clients 16 clients with information on Parenting Tips Connection Series 16

17 General Resources The City of Las Vegas provided 36 individuals with information on Greyhound tickets home Project 150 Provided 25 youth with information in student assistance programs and closets SAFE House and Safe Nest provided information and referral to over 25 clients regarding domestic violence help Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth provided 29 youth with information on Safe Place programming Title One Hope scheduled 7 appointments to connect families with school district assistance and resources Lutheran Social Services connected with 10 clients re: ID program 17

18 General Resources, Cont. Salvation Army and US Vets provided 11 families with information on SSVF programming, and made 1 follow-up appointment Nevada Free Taxes Coalition referred 14 clients for follow-up services Nevada Talking Book Services connected with 30 clients regarding disability services Social Security Information provided information and support to 24 clients HELP of Southern Nevada made 3 follow-up appointments for Baby First Services DWSS accepted 1 application for Medicaid and 1 application for TANF 18

19 Food Resources Lutheran Social Services provided pantry information to 42 families Three Square provided 26food referrals Dept of Welfare and Supportive Services worked together with HELP of Southern Nevada for: 76 clients received general information on SNAP programming 6 completed and submitted applications for SNAP 5 on-site interviews 3 EBT cards issued ON-SITE 19

20 Giveaways For the Least of These 12 Cases Water 4 clothing racks full of clothes 1/2 pallet assorted toiletries Salvation Army 5 cases water 4 cases granola bars 2 cases cheezits 2 pallets toys 20

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22 Giveaways: Project water bottles 1 pallet hygiene items 2.5 pallets shoes Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth 1,000 Hygiene kits 400 Food bags 22

23 Giveaways Title I HOPE 50 bus passes Bags of jeans Nevada Homeless Alliance $500 diapers RTC 50 bus passes Various Donors 6 pallets clothing all together various 23

24 Photos Courtesy of Catherine Huang Hara 24

25 Challenges Success Story Next Steps 25

26 Special Thanks To: Title One HOPE Office Communities In Schools Rancho High School Clark County School District St. Jude's Women s Auxiliary Clark County Social Service For the Least of These RTC 26

27 Special Thanks To: Project 150 Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth The Salvation Army Three-square Food Bank Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Nevada HAND Clark County IT Department Service Providers 27

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