• On average, 70% of our families achieve sustainable housing.
Our Mission:
Helping homeless families with children in Clark County achieve sustainable housing and independence through a compassionate community-based response.

Our Programs

Family Navigation Center

This resource center is open daily, Monday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Here the staff conducts needs assessments and referrals to appropriate services. Our Client Advocate Staff assists families in the development of a plan to achieve employment and housing. The Family Navigation Center also addresses the emergency support needs of homeless families with minor children. A variety of continuing education classes are available at our center which address life skills, financial management, parenting and good tenancy.

Transitional Shelter – Interfaith Hospitality Network

Family Promise of Las Vegas partners with local congregations of all faiths (Catholic, Jewish, Protestant, Muslim, non-denominational) who annually provide over $300,000 of in-kind shelter, meals and volunteer service hours. This interfaith sheltering program has been housing homeless families with minor children since 1996 in Clark County. Family Promise of Las Vegas staff provides training to the shelter host sites and case management guidance to families, assisting them as they navigate their path back to sustainable housing.

The Bridge Home

Family Promise collaborates with a variety of community partners to refer homeless families to programs with available funding for rental assistance and utility assistance. This program is intended for parents that are getting back to work and will benefit from short term assistance bridging the gap from shelter services to affordable housing.

Community Partnership for Opening Doors

This collaboration, between Family Promise of Las Vegas and local non-profits, assists homeless families with children obtain affordable housing. Major funding for Community Partnership for Opening Doors is provided by Credit One Bank with support from others, such as Wells Fargo Foundation who funded rental assistance needs for this program.