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We Care Foundation
2216 South 6th Street, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Beds Available: 9 (Women)
Clientele type: Alcohol Abuse
Accept Violent Offenders: No
Accept Sex Offenders: Yes, case by case (WOMEN ONLY)
Average wait time for program: None
$1500 Deposit Total $2300 for the month total. Balance after deposit may be worked out through the month. 30 Day Impatient Treatment AA & Drug requirement
People at Crossroads Halfway House
333 Marsh Ave. Reno, NV 89509
Two houses: 144 Wonder Street, Reno, NV 89502
619 Sinclair Ave, Reno, NV 89501
Clientele type: Men and Women
Accept Violent Offenders: Case by Case
Accept Sex Offenders: Tier 1 only, case by case
1725 S. McCarran Blvd. Reno, NV 89502
775-954-1400 Fax 775-954-1406 V# T40802000
Beds Available-38 Type-Substance Abuse
Accept Violent Offenders-Conditional Accept Sex Offenders-Condition
WEST CARE INC. HARRIS SPRINGS
1200 Harris Springs Rd. Las Vegas NV 89124
702-385-3330 Will take a generic Mental Health form
Beds Available- 56 Type-Substance Abuse
Accept Violent Offenders-Conditional Accept Sex Offenders-Conditional
Transitional Housing (Shay)
Contact Samaritan House and Freedom House (Have not made contact with those organizations yet as of 2/23/22.
COVENANT OF LOVE
2001 Lowry Street North Las Vegas Nevada 89030
Beds Available – 4 Clientele Type – Substance Abuse
Accept Violent Offenders –Case by Case Accept Sex Offenders – Case by Case
LAS VEGAS COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER/G.E.O. CARE
2901 Industrial Rd. Las Vegas NV 89109
2901 Sammy Davis Jr Drive, Las Vegas NV 89101
For admittance please contact 702-953-1162 ex 77711
702-953-1162 V# T27009639
Uses their own Mental Health form Beds Available-124 Type-
Substance Abuse Sex Offenders-Yes Violent Offenders-Conditional
RIDGE HOUSE TRANSITIONAL LIVING
942 W 1ST Street Reno NV 89502
775-322-8941 ex 12
Beds Available-9 Type-Substance Abuse
Accept Violent Offenders-Conditional Sex Offenders-Conditional-tier 1 (Pre Conviction)
STEPS TO NEW FREEDOM
210 Marsh Street St. 100 1600 S. Arlington Ave.
House RENO NV 89509
Bob Hemmenway 775-337-0973-
Beds Available – 10 Clientele Type – Substance Abuse 4 Month Program
Accept Violent Offenders – Yes, Case by Case Accept Sex Offenders – Case by Case
2300 Valley Road Reno, NV 89512
775-688-4570 Beds Available-70 Type-Substance Abuse
Accept Violent Offenders-Case by case Sex Offenders-Case by case
State Register & Laws
- Nevada Public Sex Offender Registry – This is the Nevada State Patrol official Sex Offender Registry database. It can be used to view information about a Sexual Offender.
- Nevada Public Sex Offender Registry FAQ – This is a site provided by the Nevada State Patrol with Frequently Asked Questions in regards to the sex offender laws and rules in Nevada.
- Nevada Registration Laws – Information about the sex offender laws in more layman’s terms then many sites. This page is provided by The KLAAS Kids Foundation.
- Nevada’s Guideline and Procedures for Community Notification of Adult Sex Offender – This is a guideline issued by the Office of the Nevada Attorney General. (This is a .pdf file)
- Nevada DOC Psychological Review Panel – Nevada law requires that certain offenders must be certified by a Psychological Review Panel before they are eligible for release on parole. Here is information about who and what the NDOC Psychological Review Panel reviews for parole.
- Family and Child Treatment of Southern Nevada (FACT) – Family and Child Treatment of Southern Nevada (FACT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children, adults, and families overcome and heal the traumas of abuse, neglect, and violence. They offer treatment for adolescents whom have perpetrated inappropriate sexual behavior.
- Spring Mountain Treatment Center – Spring Mountain Treatment Center cares about helping troubled people make positive changes. They provide a adolescent male sexual offender program.
- KCI – The Anti-Meth – Nevada Licensed Treatment, Transitional Living and Halfway House Facilities. They list places that offer sex offender halfway housing.
- Stop the Senate – Site to find out whom your state senator is and ways to contact him/her.
- Stop the House of Representatives- Site to find out whom your state House of Representative is and ways to contact him/her.
- Stop the Governor – Site to find out whom your state’s governor is and how to contact him/her.
We have now linked all the forms we wish you to have, so that you may download and print right from here.
This does include all forms concerning formal complaints. This also includes requests for hearings from the Board of Parole Commissioners.
We will be adding other forms as we find then, relating to therapy, ethics, and anything that we can find to hold an Officer accountable for their actions in relation to Parole or Probation.
This includes the Department of Public Safety Complaint Administration Manual which tells us how they are “supposed” to investigate a formal complaint.
- Appeal of Lifetime Supervision Conditions
- Attorney General Complaint Form
- Board of Parole Commissioners Copy Request Form
- Division of Public Safety Complaint Acceptance Form
- Request for Notification of Parole Hearing
- Request for Notification of Lifetime Supervision Hearing
- Welcome to the Office of Professional Responsibility
- Mission of Parole and Probation
- DPS Administrative Investigations Manual
As an offender, as someone who is on Parole, Probation, or Lifetime Supervision, you need to know your rights when it comes to the Polygraph exam. Do not give up your rights!!!!Please read all of the information that we present to you thoroughly, and email us with questions. If we can explain something or help you, we will. Please read the Statutes closely, and pay attention to anything in red. They are not legally allowed to ask certain questions, unless you let them.
DO NOT ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT THE DIVISION AND THE POLYGRAPHER ARE NOT LEGALLY ALLOWED TO ASK.DO NOT LET THEM BADGER YOU AND INTIMIDATE YOU.THIS ISYOUR LEGAL RIGHT PER THE LAW.Do not admit to anything during the test, and do not let them intimidate or scare you into admitting anything. They cannot violate you for refusing to answer a question, or for having an inconclusive or deceptive test.The Department of Public Safety and the Division of Parole and Probation do not perform these polygraph examinations in accordance with the laws of the State of Nevada or with your civil rights in mind. This is strictly an attempt to get you to admit to a crime, or any violation of your conditions.Our organization will be spending some time attempting to get this condition banished for everyone on Parole, Probation and Lifetime Supervision, as we believe it is unconstitutional to perform this test in the manner that they do.Here is the Policy and Procedure on the Polygraph, including the NRS Statutes relating to the Polygraph, and a website with a lot of information on the Polygraph.
Supreme Court Opinions relating to the Polygraph:
The State also reminds homeowners, landlords and tenants impacted by COVID-19 that resources are available through state and local government, including assistance with rent and mortgage payments, through several programs, including:
- Rent and Mortgage Payment Assistance – To access statewide and local resources and programs offering potential assistance to help with rent, mortgage, or receipt of rental payments, click here for the portal available through the Nevada Housing Division.
- Rental Mediation Program – Senate Bill 1 from the 32nd Special Session of the Nevada Legislature authorizes courts to grant a stay of eviction proceedings if the courts establish a mediation program. Under this authority, the Nevada Supreme Court adopted a new eviction mediation program to steer certain types of eviction cases into mediation in the hopes that landlords and tenants could resolve their disputes themselves, instead of arguing in court, thereby reducing the number of people in the courthouse during the COVID-19 pandemic. For additional information and answers to frequently asked questions, click here
- Home Means Nevada (HMN) – offers a portal to access assistance for Nevada homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including foreclosure mediation programs.
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) – cash assistance – TANF is designed to provide temporary cash assistance for needy families to care for dependent children in their own homes or in the homes of relative caregivers. TANF provides financial and support services such as childcare, transportation, and other services to low-income families with children. Click here to apply.
- Lifeline (phone and internet assistance) – Lifeline is a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone and internet. Eligible customers will get up to $9.25 toward their bill. You can only use Lifeline for either phone or internet, but not both. To get Lifeline, find a company near you. Companies that also work with low-income families are Spectrum, Cox, and Frontier.
- CARES Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) – Applicants must demonstrate how COVID-19 impacted the ability of the household to pay rent. Examples of financial impact include (this list is not all inclusive): reduction in work hours, loss of employment, furlough from employment during stay at home order, or a reduction of income due to reduced business income. Assistance may be provided for up to nine (9) months contingent upon the availability of funds.
- Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – The Department of Housing and Urban Development helps with housing, fair lending, and rental assistance. In addition, they help senior citizens, homelessness, and veterans. For Housing Assistance, click here
- Nevada Housing Search and Listing – Free Rental-housing search and listing site for Nevada. It is updated regularly and always free to search and list. For help searching or listing Nevada Rental housing, call 1-877-428-8844 or visit https://nvhousingsearch.org/
- Renter Assistance – If you are one of the many Nevadans struggling to pay your monthly rent due to being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Steve Sisolak, in partnership with the Nevada State Treasurer’s office, has created the CARES Housing Assistance Program to provide help.
- Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation – The Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation (NAHAC) was specifically chosen by the U.S. Treasury’s Hardest Hit Fund® to help Nevada homeowners in their time of need.
- Home Is Possible – Nevada down payment assistance – Here, you’ll meet our super amazing, gravity-defying homebuyer programs that offer opportunity, savings and yes, bonus money to low- and middle-income Nevadans. If you meet the income limits, credit score minimums and house price maximums, you’ll be well on your way to taking advantage of our homebuyer-friendly programs. How do you get started?
- Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority (SNVRHA) –SNVRHA is a housing authority that participates in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Public Housing, Homeownership Voucher, Public Housing Homeownership, Family Self-Sufficiency, Veteran Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH), Section 8 Project-Based Voucher (PBV), and Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) programs.
- Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada – Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada: Provides quality legal counsel, advice and representation for individuals who are unable to protect their rights because they cannot afford an attorney.
- Nevada Rural Housing Authority – The Homeowner Connect Portal: Provides the following features and benefits:
- A free self-service portal to assist and provide information to homeowners and consumers and allow participating mortgage servicers to assist and interact with homeowners and consumers exchange documents through the portal
- On-demand assistance provided by Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-certified non-profit housing counselors
- Participating mortgage servicers agree to Standards of Conduct for responsiveness and transparency
- One-stop shop for homeowners and consumers to access and obtain information on mortgage terminology and potential mortgage assistance programs
- Proactively addresses potentially unlawful and predatory practices through the security of a state-sponsored portal
- An end-to-end audit trail of documented interactions and potential loan transfers between homeowners and mortgage servicers
- Nevada Outreach Training Organization – Provides rent payment assistance to those who qualify when funding is available.
- http://www.nevada211.org/ Nevada 2-1-1 connects individuals and providers to essential health and human services resources. We can help you find local services you need, such as housing, food, utility assistance, transportation, and childcare. It is a free, confidential service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Dial 2-1-1, text 898211, or search online.
- http://www.nursefamilypartnership.org/Locations/Nevada Nurse-Family Partnership nurse home visitors work with low-income young women who are pregnant with their first child, helping these vulnerable young clients achieve healthier pregnancies and births, stronger child development, and a path toward economic self-sufficiency.
- http://dhhs.nv.gov/ The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) promotes the health and well-being of its residents through the delivery or facilitation of a multitude of essential services to ensure families are strengthened, public health is protected, and individuals achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.
- https://www.fns.usda.gov/wic/women-infants-and-children-wic The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides Federal grants to States for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.
- https://www.nevadahealthcenters.org/services/ronald-mcdonald-care-mobile-dental/ Services provided: Restorative and preventive care, exams, cleanings, sealants, fluoride treatments, fillings, extractions, x-rays, and oral health education. Most dental insurance plans, Medicaid and Nevada Check-up are accepted. A sliding fee scale is available for those without insurance
- https://www.choosemyplate.gov/ MyPlate is a reminder to find your healthy eating style and build it throughout your lifetime. Everything you eat and drink matters. The right mix can help you be healthier now and in the future.
- http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/habits.html If you’re looking for information you can trust about kids and teens that’s free of “doctor speak,” you’ve come to the right place. KidsHealth is the most-visited site on the Web for information about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years.
- http://www.pbs.org/parents/food-and-fitness/eat-smart/encourage-kids-to-eat-healthy-food/ We can’t promise these tips will convert your picky eater into a fruit and vegetable fan, but they should make good food choices more attractive for everyone.
- http://www.olivecrest.org/nv/ Olive Crest is dedicated to preventing child abuse, to treating and educating at-risk children, and to preserving the family . . . “One Life at a Time.”®
- http://www.catholiccharities.com/services/child-family-services/ Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada is one of the largest nonprofit social service providers in the state, offering the most comprehensive range of human services. Catholic Charities includes 20 diverse programs designed to give help, hope and transform the lives of some of the most vulnerable men, women and children in our southern Nevada community regardless of race, religion, or creed.
- http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/family-services/Pages/default.aspx Protecting children from abuse and neglect by partnering with our community to build safe, nurturing and stable families, to support family preservation when possible, to provide permanent families for those children who cannot safely return home and to ensure the well-being of children in our care.
- http://gws.ala.org/ Great Websites for Kids, notable websites link from the American Library Association. Coming soon, it will become Notable Children’s Digital Media, which will include ALL forms of digital media, not just websites.
- http://faces.ccsd.net/ Parents and family provide the primary educational environment for children; Students thrive when their families, are engaged in helping them learn. Family engagement is a partnership recognizing the collaboration between family, school, and community to make sure every single student succeeds.
- http://dhhs.nv.gov/Programs/IDEA/Early_Intervention_Programs/ The Nevada Early Intervention Services (NEIS) System provides services to children birth until three with developmental delay or disabilities, and their families. If you are concerned about your child’s development, the first step is to have your child referred for evaluation, which looks at his or her basic skills. This evaluation is free of charge. You can refer your child directly or you can have your child’s physician or another professional make the referral for you. You will be assigned a service coordinator who will help you through the process.
- http://ccsd.net/divisions/student-support-services-division/child-find The Child Find Project is a Clark County School District service designed to identify and evaluate the educational needs of children ages 3 through 21 suspected of having a disability or delay and not currently enrolled in the District. Parents or guardians may initiate a free evaluation of their child by calling the Child Find Project office.
- http://nvpep.org/ To increase the opportunities for home, community and school success for children with disabilities,including those who are at risk or who have serious emotional disturbances, their families and their service providers, through education, encouragement and empowerment activities.
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