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Since 1941, the mission of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has been to serve those in need – the most vulnerable, regardless of race, religion or creed. Today, through the support and generosity of foundations, grants, organizations and individual donors, Catholic Charities continues to operate programs, often with shoestring budgets, to meet the incredible needs of so many, in so many areas. These five categories – Family Services, Food Services, Senior Services, Immigration and Refugee Services, and Homeless and Housing Services – are providing a wide range of human services and support, from infants to seniors. Programs such as the Emergency Shelter, Meals on Wheels Senior Nutrition and Adoption Services are lifelines for those in need. A community resource that offers help and hope and restores a sense of dignity as it strives to meet the diverse needs of the more than 100,000 clients we serve every year.

Mission Statement

Recognizing that every person is created in the image of God, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada originally was formed to carry on charitable work in the fields of religion, education, and social welfare and will continue to carry out the vision and mission of the Roman Catholic Church by providing services to sustain the human dignity of all persons, fostering social justice, and calling on others to do the same within the counties of Clark, Esmeralda, Lincoln, Nye and White Pine in the state of Nevada.


Our Services:


**Infant and Child Services**

Adoption Services - Founded 1941

Adoption Services compassionately serves children by guiding, educating, and empowering birth families and adoptive parents through the lifelong journey of adoption.  Program proficiency and leadership inspires families and communities to embrace adoption as one of the miracles of humanity.  Phone: 702-385-3351

Social Services - Founded 1941

The professional Social Services staff helps families face everything from minor stresses to major disruptions by providing emergency food, clothing, diapers, hygiene items, school supplies and referrals to other community resources. Phone: 702-387-2291

Homeless To Home - Founded 2004
This program helps those who are homeless or those about to be homeless with rapid re-housing and support to end

the cycle of homelessness by gaining self-sufficiency.  Assistance is offered to individuals and families, 18 years and older,

married couples, veterans and seniors 62 years and older.  Phone: 702-387-2290

WIC Program - Founded 2005

The Special Supplemental Food Program for women, infants and children, pregnant women, and families with children up to the age of five. This program is funded by the Nevada State Health Division to improve the health of eligible Nevada residents.

Las Vegas WIC Office

1511 Las Vegas Blvd. N., Las Vegas 89101
Phone: 702-366-2069

Henderson WIC Office
270 E. Horizon Dr. Ste 108, Henderson NV
Phone: 702-558-3129


St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility
**Founded 1965**

The dining facility feeds homeless and needy men, women, and children nutritious meals in a clean and safe environment every day of the year. Phone: 702-385-2662

Hands of Hope Community Food Pantry

**The Hands of Hope Community Food** 
Pantry provides groceries for individuals and families in need. The program is designed to give clients access to nutritious food items to supplement their SNAP benefits and food budgets. Clients are able to choose among various produce, dairy, baked goods, canned items and frozen products when available. Phone: 702-387-2291

**Senior Nutrition**
Meals on Wheels - Founded 1975

Meals on Wheels delivers a set of seven frozen, nutritious meals once a week, to homebound seniors 60 years of age or older.  The meals are prepared on site and designed to meet the nutritional needs of seniors. Meals on Wheels service recipients with additional nutrition needs may be referred to our Medical Nutrition Therapy program for an individualized nutrition intervention. Meals on Wheels’ delivery drivers also make weekly wellness checks on our clients. Phone: 702-385-5284


Foster Grandparent Program

**Founded 2006**
The Foster Grandparent Program provides much needed support and services to children in need throughout the southern Nevada community.  Foster Grandparents tutor, mentor and assist children that have been identified as at-risk students.
Volunteers must be 55 years or older and meet eligibility guidelines to apply.   Phone: 702-382-0721

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program
**Founded 1975**

The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program provides volunteer opportunities to persons over 55 years of age.  It enables them to bring their skills, talents, and experience to dozens of agencies in southern Nevada. Phone: 702-382-0721

Senior Companion Program
**Founded 1974**

The Senior Companion Program provides a tax-free stipend to qualified volunteers who are willing and able to offer transportation and in-home  supportive services to homebound elderly clients to maintain independence, comfort and dignity in their lives. Phone: 702-382-0721

Telephone Reassurance
**Founded 1995**

Homebound individuals, age 60 years or older and living alone, receive regular calls from a caring friend, giving them the security of knowing that someone cares about them and is ready to help in an emergency. Phone: 702-382-0721


Immigration Services - Founded 1984

Immigration Services provides low-cost legal representation to indigent immigrants in order to safeguard human rights and promote justice for its clients. Phone: 702-383-8387

English Language Program
The English Language Program is open Monday through Friday to teach English to clients and is free and open to the public.

To participate in classes, please call to register.  Phone: 702-215-4732, 1526 North Main Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 


Emergency Shelter - Founded 1985

A safe, clean environment is provided for year-round emergency shelter to homeless men.  Phone: 702-387-2282

Resident Empowerment Program
**Founded 1985**

The Resident Empowerment Program is a structured program designed to provide a residence, case management, employment and supportive services to homeless men to become positive productive members of the Las Vegas valley community.

Phone: 702-387-2282

Hiring Residents from the Empowerment Program: Hire workers for your place of business.  For more information please call 702-366-2089 or Email us

St. Vincent Apartments - Founded 1999

These 120 fully furnished apartments are specifically designed to help men and women, 18 years or older regain their
independence with dignity. Phone: 702-366-2090


**Catholic Charities Thrift Stores - Founded 1961** 

Catholic Charities thrift stores offer a variety of quality clothing and home furnishings at reasonable prices. The thrift stores provide valley residents the means to contribute to the well-being of others through donations of gently used goods. The donated items also help fulfill the needs of our clients. Through the use of our program vouchers, clients are allowed to shop with dignity.  

Additionally, proceeds support our wide range of social service programs throughout the agency.

915 S. Rainbow Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV  89145
Phone: 702-383-6314

4840 S. Eastern Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Phone: 702-385-1910

Donation Pick-up Service
Our donation pick-up service allows us to assist the clients of our social service
programs.  Phone: 702-387-2222

Vehicle Donation Program
Catholic Charities accepts any type of vehicle, both running and non-running.  Vehicle towing is free and tax deduction documents are provided.  Phone: 1-844-410-4483


Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada

1501 Las Vegas Boulevard North
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
(702) 385-2662

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