HERE AT OUR LAS VEGAS LOCATION,

U.S.VETS — Las Vegas opened in 2001 and operates two residential facilities and a community support office.

The Las Vegas location operates over 330 beds of transitional and permanent housing. Employment services are provided through a workforce program that helps over 110 veterans return to employment each year. Additionally, over 400 veteran households are provided rapid re-housing and homeless prevention services annually.

SERVICES

HOUSING

Veterans seeking housing should contact Giovanni Lomagno to inquire about our Transition in Place program for transitional housing focused on moving veterans into permanent housing as quickly as possible, Supportive Housing Program (SHP) for permanent housing opportunities, or our Supportive Services for Veteran Families program which assists low-income families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless find safe and affordable transitional or permanent housing.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Veterans in need of employment assistance or career counseling should contact Rashida Williams to inquire about our Career Center and career counseling services. The program is designed to help veterans translate their military experience into civilian employment opportunities.

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

U.S.VETS—Las Vegas is pleased to offer free mental health services such as individual and group counseling as well as substance use treatment to eligible veterans who need it.

INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT

U.S.VETS—Las Vegas provides wraparound services structured to fit the needs of each person who needs them. Those services include but are not limited to case management and aftercare services.

LAS VEGAS HONORING THOSE WHO SERVED VIRTUAL GALA

On November 18, 2020, U.S.VETS – Las Vegas hosted our first virtual gala from Allegiant Stadium! The Honoring Those Who Served gala raised critical funding for COVID-19 relief and to support our housing and workforce programs for veterans.

The event was a great success raising over $150,000! With almost 300 viewers, we met the One Viewer for One Veteran Challenge. Credit One Bank provided an additional $5,000 which will be used to bring a warm and joyful holiday to the veterans residing in our programs.

Missed the big event? Click here to view: https://youtu.be/IhChKqbc3Eo

Donations can still be made at usvets.org/donate

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VETERANS SERVED
bed nights
109,203
meals
73,163
placed into jobs
102
obtained permanent housing
621
engaged by outreach
1,396
mental health assessments
504
Budget
U.S.VETS - Las Vegas
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Transitional Housing
34%
• 
Permanent Housing
17%
• 
Rapid Rehousing
27%
• 
Long Term Housing
2%
• 
Outreach
2%
• 
Employment/Career
3%
• 
Administration
15%

ANA MARTINEZ

ANA MARTINEZ

“I went from living in a car to being a homeowner. I went from crawling to walking to finally running. I needed U.S.VETS and I was in the right place and on the right path. My future is very bright; I was given me back!”

U.S. Army
U.S.VETS — Las Vegas

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525 East Bonanza Road
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.366.0456

To donate please contact:

Shalimar Cabrera
scabrera@usvets.org

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