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Supportive Services

The Supportive Services Department provides a variety of resources and supportive programming to residents with the goal of increasing self-reliance and self-sufficiency. These services include, but are not limited to, referrals to in-house programs and partnering agencies, assistance with obtaining food and paying utilities, transportation for seniors and disabled residents for medical appointments, and assisting with employment opportunities.

Our Vision: For the Supportive Services Department to be an innovative and effective developer and provider of resident services by promoting and offering diverse programs
Our Mission: To assist the clients and the surrounding community of SNRHA in developing and achieving their full potential and improve the quality of life
Our Purpose: To encourage resident development to pursue their full potential in becoming self-sufficient and to provide opportunities for seniors to age in place.
Our primary goal: To meet the needs of our diverse population by providing the services, support, and encouragement needed to help SNRHA residents reach their goals and maintain viable communities.

Contact Information:
5390 E Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, Nevada 89122-5335
Phone (702) 477-3180, Fax (702) 922-1651

Family Self-Sufficiency Program
The FSS Program is a voluntary work-based program designed to assist families in becoming economically independent and self-sufficient. With the support of local agencies, FSS combines case management, education, job training, and ongoing support to aid each family in making positive changes in their lives.
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Section 3 Program
Section 3 is a provision of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, which recognizes that HUD funds are typically one of the largest sources of federal funding expended in communities through the form of grants, loans, entitlement allocations and other forms of financial assistance..
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Workforce Innovations and Opportunities Act (WIOA) Program
SNRHA receives Workforce Investment Act funding via Workforce Connections (EOE), which provides funding for employment and training services throughout the Southern Nevada area. The program is designed to address barriers to employment and offers one-on-one support with the goal of helping individuals obtain employment.
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Supportive Services and it's programs is partially funded by the: Rose Foundation.


The R.O.S.E Foundation Rose
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The ROSE (Resident Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency and Empowerment) Foundation exists to provide supportive services to residents of SNRHA. ROSE was incorporated in December 2000 and became recognized as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit by the IRS June11, 2001.

Through the receipt of charitable donations, the Foundation provides a variety of supportive services and activities for resident families of the SNRHA that may not be covered by agency funding. The services activities are deemed essential for residents, as they facilitate economic uplift, as well as provide access to skills training and other resources necessary to obtain gainful employment. Service activities include job training, job development, and business development through education, job skills training, transportation, and life skills training.

The Foundation also provides supportive services to senior residents of the SNRHA which may foster independence while enriching the lives of seniors by providing senior citizens with a safe living environment that includes medical equipment, emergency house cleaning and emergency food as needed.

The Foundation, in conjunction with the SNRHA has a staff of highly qualified personnel. In addition, the Foundation has established strong community partnerships, many of whom offer a variety of services for the purpose of augmenting the services offered to all residents of the SNRHA.

The Foundation has years of experience managing a number of diverse grants ranging from federal, state, and local government, as well as private funding sources. The scope of services these grants provided included the full range of resident supportive services encompassing senior service activities, self-sufficiency and economic development programs.

The Foundation is currently addressing the following family needs:

  • Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Supports
  • Emergency House Cleaning for Seniors
  • Emergency Food Assistance
  • Back-to-School and Holiday Supports
  • The Foundation has identified four (4) major objectives to accomplish:

  • Market the ROSE Foundation to create awareness.
  • Develop successful fundraising events to increase revenue base.
  • Provide comprehensive supportive services that will allow seniors to age in their own homes.
  • Provide school age children with quality tutorial programs that will increase academic levels.

The ROSE Foundation Mission is "To assist the clients of Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority (SNRHA) to develop and achieve their full potential as they transition toward self-sufficiency."

Our Vision is "To be an innovative and effective developer and provider of Resident (Client) Services by promoting and offering diverse programs." Since its inception, the ROSE Foundation has moved steadily toward fulfilling the vision through its wide array of providing diverse services. The ROSE Foundation is committed to working together to build better communities. As such, the ROSE Foundation desires that all residents feel they are part of the community. In response, the ROSE Foundation is focused on bringing services on site and providing easier access to services and providing easier access to services that will enhance the quality of life for residents.

Our Purpose is to improve quality of life; promote client development to pursue their full potential in becoming self-sufficient and to provide opportunities for seniors to age in place by identifying and addressing gaps in client services.

Family services include, but are not limited to:

  • Homeownership
  • Family Self-Sufficiency Services
  • Tutorial Project
  • Prevention Programs
  • Domestic Violence Assistance
    Back to School Program
  • Health Information
  • Parenting Classes

Senior Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Domestic Violence Assistance
  • Health Information and Health Fairs
  • Emergency Food and Utilities Program
  • Emergency Home Cleaning
  • Advocacy Services
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