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    Programs that provide temporary emergency shelter for women who have experienced domestic violence/abuse, and for their children. Such facilities usually provide in-house individual, group and family counseling and the full range of secondary services related to domestic violence including referral to appropriate resources. Also included are similar facilities for battered men and those that can accommodate both men and women.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community Education & Prevention for Victims of Domestic ViolenceOffers a professional domestic violence training, community education, outreach and volunteer opportunities, safety planning, transitional advocacy and Henderson Police Department Advocacy. Call for more information.Clark CountyCommunity Education & PreventionS.A.F.E. House
    Domestic ViolenceProvides housing, support groups, counseling, parenting classes, life skills, budgeting, legal advocacy, sexual assault prevention and has a thrift store.Mineral CountyAdvocates to End Domestic Violence - Mineral CountyAdvocates to End Domestic Violence - Mineral County
    Domestic Violence Emergency Aid, Shelters and ReferralsFor victims of domestic violence and their children (if any child is a boy and 14 years or older, the family will stay in a motel) Some shelters for homeless men and women.Lyon CountyEmergency Aid, Shelters and ReferralsLyon County A.L.I.V.E. (Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment)
    Domestic Violence Emergency ShelterProviding emergency shelter and case managment for battered women and their children, and victims of sexual assault, and emergency help for men in domestic violence crisis.Douglas CountyFamily Support Council of Douglas CountyFamily Support Council of Douglas County
    Domestic Violence - Emergency/ Transitional Shelter for Women and ChildrenAdvocates offers a 51 bed emergency and transitional shelter in a supportive environment in which women may begin to restore their lives and the lives of their children. Safe environment, food, clothing, support groups, counseling, parenting classes, life skills, and budgeting classes offered. Stays range from three days to a year.Carson City CountyAdvocates to End Domestic Violence - Carson CityAdvocates to End Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Response Advocates
    Domestic Violence Victim Assistance, Counseling and AdvocacyProvides comprehensive domestic violence assistance through counseling, advocacy, prevention and emergency shelter.Storey CountyDomestic Violence AssistanceCommunity Chest, Inc.
    Emergency Shelter- Domestic Violence- Mountain Rose Safe HouseTahoe SAFE Alliance provides safe shelter for women and child survivors of intimate partner violence or sexual assault in the Mt. Rose Safe House and provides emergency shelter to additional individuals in area hotels. Emergency Shelter can accommodate survivors for up to 60 days with a 6 bed capacity. Further accommodations can be arranged at local hotels. Additional assistance includes rental assistance, security deposits and utility assistance.Placer County (CA)Tahoe SAFE Alliance - Kings Beach OfficeTahoe SAFE Alliance
    Emergency Shelter for Domestic Abuse VictimsEmergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children.Washoe CountyEmergency ShelterCommittee to Aid Abused Women (CAAW)
    Emergency Shelter/Women's Shelter/Domestic Violence/CrimeEstablished in 1999, as a shelter for women and all minor children who are victims of crime. Each participant may stay up to thirty (30) days with a thirty day extension upon approval of the case manager or executive director. In addition to the emergency shelter, the participant will also receive life skills classes, financial planning, community referrals, domestic violence groups, self-esteem building classes, job readiness, nutrition and food preparation, parenting classes, substance abuse counseling and 24-hour crisis intervention.Washoe CountyA Safe EmbraceSafe Embrace
    Live Violence Free - El Dorado County Office - South Lake TahoeLive Violence Free is committed to promoting a violence free community through education and advocacy to address domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and basic needs. Services offered:
    • Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter for up to 90 days
    • Transitional housing for up to 18 months
    • Legal advice and/or representation for low-income survivors of violence
    • Advocacy and or accompaniment through legal and medical proceedings
    • 24 hour crisis hotline and crisis intervention counseling
    • Response team services with law enforcement, district attorney and hospital staff
    • Individual counseling for adults and children
    • Weekly support groups for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
    • Child abuse prevention education in local area schools
    • 52 week Batterers' Intervention Program for both men and women
    • 80 hour crisis intervention certification course (required for all staff and volunteers)
    • Emergency clothing, food and transportation
    • Referrals to other social service providers and local government agencies
    Live Violence Free is the only provider of domestic violence and sexual assault services from South Lake Tahoe west to Kyburz, CA, north to Placer County, CA and east to Douglas County, NV. - and is the only provider in all of Alpine County. Nevada counties served: Washoe, Carson City and Douglas. California counties served: Alpine, El Dorado and Placer.
    Eldorado County (CA)Live Violence FreeLive Violence Free
    Reno-Sparks Gospel MissionThe Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission (RSGM) is Northern Nevada’s largest faith-based provider of services to the needy and homeless, with 150 warm, clean beds for men, women and children and more than 350,000 meals annually served. RSGM offers one of Nevada’s largest addiction recovery programs, with 100 beds for men and women. The 13-month Christian Addiction Recovery and Education program (C.A.R.E.) is an intensive recovery program that focuses on the overall well-being of the client by addressing their spiritual, physical and emotional needs. RSGM operates numerous facilities, including a mission; women’s shelter; emergency lodging for men, women and children; transitional/rental housing; a warehouse and five thrift stores. RSGM’s work extends beyond its door into numerous community outreaches and services: Community pantry for needy families; Special events such as Thanksgiving and Christmas meals for the community; Coat and blanket drives for the homeless; Annual “Random Acts of Kindness” events that bring food and grocery help to low-income neighborhoods. Programs: Downtown Mission/Men’s Alcohol & Drug Recovery Services 355 Record Street Reno, NV 89512 775-329-0485 (24 hours) Women’s Alcohol & Drug Recovery Services 775-323-0386, Ext. 12 Emergency Lodging Services (Men and Women) 355 Record Street Reno, NV 89512 775-329-0485 (24 hours) Volunteer Opportunities 775-323-0386, Ext. 16 Transitional Housing/Room Rental Services 775-323-0386, Ext. 12 Donation Pick Ups 775-323-7999 Donation Drop Offs 2115 Timber Way Reno, NV 89512 775-323-0386 Hours: 8-4 pm Monday-Thursday, 8-2 pm Friday Thrift Stores: All stores open 9:30 am- 6:30 pm Monday – Saturday Thrift Depot Kietzke (Reno) 630 Gentry Way (at Kietzke) 775-825-4424 Thrift Depot Reno 575 E. Fourth St. (at Elko) 775-786-4499 Thrift Depot Sparks 640 Greenbrae Dr. (Greenbrae Shopping Center) 775-331-5020 Thrift Depot North Hills (Reno) 1075 North Hills Blvd. (Raley’s Shopping Center) 775-677-2266 Thrift Depot Prater (Sparks) 1450 E. Prater Way (at Sparks Blvd.) 775-331-5528Washoe CountyReno-Sparks Gospel MissionReno-Sparks Gospel Mission, Inc.
    Supportive Services- Domestic Violence, Counseling, Support Groups, Emergency AssistanceTahoe SAFE Alliance provides individual counseling, support groups, emergency assistance and other support services for both adult and child survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and sexual harassment. All services are free of charge and provided in both English and Spanish. All of our individual and peer counseling and support groups are designed to empower victims in reclaiming their rights and to provide the tools individuals and families need on the road to safety and recovery.Placer County (CA)Tahoe SAFE Alliance - Kings Beach OfficeTahoe SAFE Alliance
    Truckee Domestic Violence CoalitionProvides support and help to those dealing with domestic violence.Eldorado County (CA)Truckee Domestic Violence CoalitionTruckee Domestic Violence Coalition

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