Ten Year Homeless Plan

Mayor Goodman and the City Council adopted the Home for Homeless Nevadans: 10 Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness in March 2006. The overall objective of the plan is to prevent and/or reduce the incidences and length of homelessness among individuals, unaccompanied youth and families living in the city of Las Vegas. This plan serves two purposes: 1) to outline ideas that will guide the city of Las Vegas in reducing and ending homelessness, and 2) to support the Southern Nevada Regional Homeless and Housing Plan. The following are the revised and streamlined strategies that offer a comprehensive and customized approach to addressing the homeless issue:

  1. Promote Interagency Coordination of Human Service Delivery Programs
  2. Increase the Availability of Stable and Sustainable Housing
  3. Strengthen Partnerships and/or Capacity of Community and Faith Based Organizations
  4. Prevent Individuals and/or Families from Becoming Homeless
  5. Provide Coordinated Client Services through Homeless Management (HMIS)
  6. Facilitate the Transition from Homelessness through Intensive Case Management

Complete Ten Year to Reduce Homelessness


Contact Information

495. S. Main St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 229-7529 (PLAY)
TTY: (702) 386-9108
Fax: 382-3045

Business Hours: Monday to Thursday 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., CLOSED Friday

Directors:
Interim Director – Tim Hacker
Deputy Director – Dr. Lisa Morris-Hibbler
Deputy Director – Maggie Plaster

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