The Shade Tree

Link to Website: The Shade Tree

Contact Information

Location: 1 W Owens Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: 702-385-0072

Fax: 702-385-2337

Office Hours: Open 24/7


The mission of The Shade Tree is to provide safe shelter to homeless and abused women and children in crisis and to offer life-changing services promoting stability, dignity and self-reliance.

Stallman Touro Medical Clinic

Basic healthcare, acute care with the management of chronic illness, women's health and the healthcare of the children who reside at the facility.

Emergency Shelter Program

The only 24-hour accessible program in Southern Nevada designed specifically to meet the needs of the homeless (up to a 90-day stay).

Daily Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Service

Our kitchens provide nutritious, wholesome and delicious meals for our residents and those who come in for emergency shelter or due to inclement weather. 

Individualized Case Management

Each person who comes to The Shade Tree is provided with a case manager who creates an individualized case plan.

Life Skills

Nearly 60 on-site courses designed to enhance job skill development and career placement.

Children's Activity Center (CAC)

Kid-friendly accommodations and an interactive learning environment for the children residing at the facility.

Victim's Services

The Victim's Services provides critical assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault/sexual abuse, street crime, and victims of elder abuse. The Victim's Services assists victims with obtaining Temporary Protective Orders, applying for Victim's Compensation, 9-1-1 telephones, accompanies victims to court, refer them to resources to maneuver through the legal process, and accessing services that may be needed due to situations of violence. With the help of a Victims' Advocate, each client develops a "safety plan" to help reduce the risk of future violence. Group meetings are conducted weekly on-site by staff and volunteers to provide educational and emotional support.

Mental Health Service Coordination

Mental Health Service Coordination is provided by an experienced mental health staff member addressing mental health issues presented by our clients, making referrals to other community agencies as needed and serving as liaison to community based mental health programs. Residents who enter the shelter and are already under the care of a mental health professional are provided the necessary support and transportation to continue those services while living at the shelter. 

Inclement Weather Shelter

Winter Evening Shelter: Clients have a safe place to rest during the coldest months of the year. Winter shelter includes a hot dinner and breakfast as well as access to showers, mail, laundry facility, bed, and clothing. Hours of operation 6p.m. to 8a.m.

Summer Day Shelter: Clients can have a safe place to rest seven days a week during the hottest months of the year. Summer day shelter includes two meals a day, showers, mail, laundry facility, bed, and clothing. Hours of operation 11a.m. to 7p.m.

Housing Assistance

Housing Assistance and advocacy begins during the initial intake process because of the importance of connecting families with affordable housing. A full-time Housing Specialist assists residents with completing applications for public/subsidized housing and helps eligible residents find quality affordable housing. Residents are also offered Housing I and Housing II classes, which are taught by the Housing Specialist through our Life Skills Program. These classes provide information and guidance that will help them secure and retain affordable and safe housing.