Shelter For Women and Famlies at The Shade Tree For Women 24/7

Shelter details

  • Added May 23, 2018 | Last Update Jun 7, 2022
  • 1 West Owens
       North Las Vegas, NV 89030
       Open in Google Maps
  • (702) 385-0072

Mission Statement

"To provide safe shelter to abused and homeless women and women with children in crisis; as well as, offer life-changing services promoting stability, dignity, and self-reliance. "
- Source: Shelter For Women and Famlies at The Shade Tree For Women 24/7 website

Description

Day Shelter Program:
The Day Shelter program operates seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 365 days a year.
Day Shelter is open to all women and children residing at The Shelter and any homeless woman in the community.
Clients can have a safe place to rest during the day and access to a hot lunch.

Emergency Shelter Program:
The Emergency Shelter program is the only 24-hour accessible program in Clark County designed specifically to meet the needs of the homeless, with an emphasis toward women, both with and without children.
The shelter is open to all homeless women who need a safe place to stay, day or night (30-90 days stay).
It offers assistance with all basic life needs such as meals, clothing, beds, showers, hygiene supplies and referrals.
After her first 30 days, a woman may be offered an extension to stay in the program or she is moved to their long-term Transitional Shelter program. Possessions of ID, minimum state residency or US citizenship are not requirements for accessing services.
164 beds are available in this program, of which 84 are for families and 80 are for single women.

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Comments (1)

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    Lmrhoa says

    My homeless Daughter is in immediate need of shelter. She left a shelter early friday morning and walked to the Tai club for drug and alcohol 12 step meetings. She hurried back to shelter by 3pm but went three miles the wrong direction and slept outdoors. She is young and extremely vulnerable. She is outdoors tonight again. She has no government I.d. and cannot get lodging of any kind. What recources are available? Is there a bus pass I can buy?

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