Family Promise

Link to Website: Family Promise

Contact Information

  • Location: 1410 S. Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, NV 89104
  • Mailing Address: P.O. Box 270128, Las Vegas, NV 89127-4128
  • Phone: (702) 638-8806
  • Hours: Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Population: At-risk and homeless families with children in Clark County
  • Services: CARES Housing Assistance Program, Family Navigation Center, Transitional Shelter

Program: CARES Housing Assistance Program

  • Resource Number: 69317802
  • Agency: Coronavirus
  • Alternative Name: CHAP
  • Description: The State of Nevada is providing short-term rental assistance to Nevadans experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. Funds will be paid directly to the landlord or property manager. These residential relief funds are offered as a grant to eligible Nevada tenants and are not required to be paid back. **Clark county is no longer excepting new applications. Washoe county is no longer excepting new applications
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Family Navigation Center

This resource center is open daily, Monday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Here the staff conducts needs assessments and referrals to appropriate services. Our Client Advocate Staff assists families in the development of a plan to achieve employment and housing. The Family Navigation Center also addresses the emergency support needs of homeless families with minor children. A variety of continuing education classes are available at our center which address life skills, financial management, parenting and good tenancy.

Transitional Shelter

Family Promise of Las Vegas quickly pivoted in response to the coronavirus pandemic to assure the safety of clients, staff and volunteers. Homeless families currently shelter in motel settings while they receive case management services. Local congregations continue to assist with support services to families.

Family Stabilization and Prevention Program

A grant through United Way of Southern Nevada/Siemer Foundation supports eviction prevention and stabilization services so families do not have to experience the trauma of becoming homeless.

The Bridge Home

Family Promise of Las Vegas leases two apartment units that are made available to families who have achieved employment stability but need additional time to strengthen their financial position.

Source: Family Promise. (2018, October 8). Contact Us.

Who are They?

What They Do

Family Promise of Las Vegas assists children and their families end the cycle of homelessness and return to sustainable employment and housing. We believe that every child deserves to have a home. A combination of grants, donations, and the support of social service agencies, landlords and local congregations of all faiths support our programs to provide both temporary long term housing to homeless families in Clark County.

Impact of Family Promise of Las Vegas

We are often the only agency who can keep families together. Families like single fathers with female children and single mothers with older male children. For Family Promise of Las Vegas, keeping families together is a top priority.

Each year, on average, 70% of our families secure employment and housing stability. Family Promise of Las Vegas is a 501-C3 non-profit organization registered in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State.

Source: Family Promise. (2020, September 17). Who We Are.