Community Resources for Students

Disclaimer: While Truckee Meadows Community College provides links to these sites to support our students, faculty and staff, these links are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute any endorsement or approval by TMCC.

Child Care/Youth Services
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern NV
1300 Foster Dr. #210, Reno, NV
775-352-3202
Provides mentorship between adult volunteers and children ages 6-14 in the community.
Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows
2680 E. Ninth St., Reno, NV
775-331-5437
Before and after school programs for children and teens. Summer camps also available. Locations throughout Northern Nevada. Ages 6–18. Scholarships available.
Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada
500 E. Fourth St., Reno, NV
775-322-7073
Child care, thrift stores, transitional housing, transportation, food pantry, dining room, adoption assistance, immigration assistance, Kids to Seniors Korner.
Children's Cabinet
1090 S. Rock Blvd., Reno, NV
775-856-6200
Childcare assistance, youth services, parenting classes, family counseling.
City of Reno, Youth Services
1301 Valley Rd., Reno, NV
775-334-2262
Enrichment programs for children and teens. Serves students in grades K–12 (5–18 years of age).
City of Sparks, Parks and Recreation
775-353-2376
Recreational and social activities and program for children, teens, and adults. Before and after school programs. Summer camps also available.
Community Services Agency (CSA)
1090 E. 8th St., Reno, NV
775-786-6023
Head Start, parenting classes, energy assistance (weatherization and payment assistance), affordable health care, may help fund housing, youth services, veterans services, employment assistance, tax preparation.
For Kids Foundation
834 Willow St., Reno, NV
775-741-5231
Provides financial aid and assistance to children in Northern Nevada.
Our Center
1745 S. Wells Ave., Reno, NV
775-624-3720
A safe space for LGBTQ youth and their friends. We encourage participation by focusing on different aspects of community outreach. We actively assist youth in determining short term and long term goals while promoting unity within our community.
Washoe County Library
Various Locations
775-327-8300
Recreational and educational activities for children and teens.
Washoe County School District, Parent University
5450 Riggins Ct. #5, Reno, NV
775-789-4685
Support for parents, guardians, or family members of Washoe County students.
Clothing
Good Shepherd's Clothes Closet
335 Record St., Reno, NV
775-348-0605
Clothing closet. Referral by social agency required.
Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission
630 Gentry Way, Reno, NV
775-323-0386

Discount store offering clothing, appliances, furniture, etc. Various locations. Only serves men at this time.

 

Clothing closet located at: 575 E. 4th St.

Salvation Army Thrift Store
1925 Sutro St., Reno, NV
775-688-4588
Discount store offering clothing, appliances, furniture, etc. Various locations.
St. Vincent's Thrift Shop
500 E. 4th St., Reno, NV
775-322-9824
Discount store offering clothing, appliances, furniture, etc. Various locations.
Wanda's Baby Closet/Casa de Vida
1290 Mill St., Reno, NV
775-329-1070
Baby clothing for families in need. Free shopping of the boutique. Other items such as diapers, formula, and baby supplies may also be available on emergency basis only. Live-in residential program accepts ages 12–24 that are pregnant or parenting and homeless.
Counseling
Adolescent Treatment Center
480 Galletti Way, Reno, NV
775-688-1633
Counseling and behavioral residental treatment center.
Children's Cabinet
1090 S. Rock Blvd., Reno, NV
775-856-6200
Childcare assistance, youth services, parenting classes, family counseling.
The Downing Counseling Clinic
University of Nevada, Reno
William Raggio Bldg., Third Fl., Rm. 3007
Reno, NV 89557
775-682-5517
The Downing Clinic offers individual counseling, couples counseling, family counseling, play therapy, consultations and referrals.

The fees for counseling services are waived for Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) students. Drop ins for the public start at $5.

Family Counseling Service
1475 Terminal Way, Reno, NV
775-329-0623
Offers mental health recovery, sexual abuse treatment, psychiatric therapy and group therapy.
Northern Nevada HOPES
580 West 5th St., Reno, NV
775-786-4673
Primary care, chronic disease management, behavioral health counseling, substance use counseling, and health education. Discounted services based on a sliding fee scale available for uninsured. Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Safe Embrace
780 E. Lincoln Way, Sparks, NV
775-322-3466
Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Individual, family, and substance abuse counseling by certified therapists. Those seeking help do not need to be residents of the shelter in order to receive counseling. Transitional housing, support groups, training. 
Solace Tree
1300 Foster Dr., Reno, NV
775-324-7723
Provides support to families coping with the death of a parent or loved one. 
State of Nevada Children's Behavioral Services
2655 Enterprise Rd., Reno, NV
775-688-1600
Counseling services for children ages 0-17 with emotional or behavioral problems. 
TMCC Counseling Center
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 325
775-673-7060
Professionally trained and skilled counselors assist students in making decisions about careers, college readiness, relationships and other personal issues that can interfere with normal day-to-day life. 
Victims of Crime Treatment Center
University of Nevada, Reno
Edmund J. Cain Hall, Second Fl., Rm. 206
Reno, NV 89557
775-682-8684
Provides a broad range of psychological services at no cost for children, parents and adults​ ​in the community who have been sexually​ ​abused and/or​ sexually assaulted.​
Disabilities
Child Find Project
240 S. Rock Blvd. #101, Sparks, NV
775-327-0685, press "2"
Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for children with disabilities ages 3-5 years old.
Disability Resources, Inc.
50 E. Greg St. #102, Sparks, NV
775-329-1126
Supportive living arrangements, job development & job coaching, respite.
Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
4126 Technology Way, Suite 100, Carson City, NV
775-684-4000
NDHHS aims to ensure families are strengthened, public health is protected, and individuals achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency. This may include services such as: child care, thrift stores, transitional housing, transportation, food pantries, dining room, adoption assistance, immigration assistance, and Kids to Seniors Korner. 
Nevada Disability Advocacy & Law Center
1875 Plumas St. #1, Reno, NV
775-333-7878
Information and referral services, education, training, mediation, and legal counsel. 
Nevada Early Intervention
2667 Enterprise Rd., Reno, NV
775-688-1341
Assessment and treatment for children from birth to three years old with developmental delays or birth defects. 
Northern NV Center for Independent Living
999 Pyramid Way, Sparks, NV
775-353-3599
Information and referral, advocacy, independent living skills training, and peer support. 
Nevada P.E.P.
4600 Kietzke Ln. #I-202, Reno, NV
775-448-9950
Information, services, training and advocacy to Nevada families of children with disabilities. 
NV Dept. of Health and Human Services, Project ASSIST
1-800-522-0066
Directory for information about organizations, programs, or agencies providing services and support. 
Social Security Administration
1170 Harvard Way, Reno, NV
1-800-772-1213
General information and services for Social Security disability benefits. 
State of NV Dept. of Employment, Training and Vocational Rehabilitation
1325 Corporate Blvd., Reno, NV
775-823-8100
Employment and vocational training/retraining for people with disabilities. 
Talking Book Services, Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records
100 N. Stewart St., Carson City, NV
775-684-3354
1-800-922-9334
Free library service for Nevadans who are unable to use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability. Books and players are mailed to and from our patrons postage free. The library's collection includes fiction and nonfiction audio books and magazines for all ages. 
TMCC Disability Resource Center (DRC)
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 114, Reno, NV
775-673-7277
Provide services to ensure equal access to all curricular and co-curricular activities to qualified students with documented disabilities. 
Education
High School Equivalency at TMCC
5270 Neil Rd. #220, Reno, NV
775-829-9044
Program that offers preparation and testing for those who are seeking the High School Equivalency credential either through the GED or HiSET examination.
Nevada Job Corps
14175 Mt. Charleston St., Reno, NV
800-733-5627
Residential education and vocational training program for the economically disadvantaged youth.
Northern Nevada Literacy Council
1400 Wedekind Rd., Reno, NV
775-356-1007
Helps adult learners with High School Equivalency (formerly GED) preparation and testing, free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, and citizenship classes. 
TMCC Re-Entry Center
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 325, Reno, NV
775-673-7060
Offers assistance to special populations (single parents and displaced homemakers) who are returning to school and/or workplace. 
TMCC Workforce Development and Community Education
5270 Neil Rd. #216, Reno, NV
775-829-9010
Offers northern Nevada's largest selection of non-credit personal enrichment and professional success courses. Classes are tailored to children, teens, adults and esteemed elders.
Washoe County School District
425 E. Ninth St., Reno, NV
775-348-0200
County education systems for Pre-K through 12th. 
Washoe High School Cyesis Program
777 W. 2nd St., Reno, NV
775-333-5150
High school classes for pregnant and parenting teens. Child learning lab for infants 2 weeks to 1 year of age. 
Emergency Resources/Crisis Hotlines
Child Protective Services
350 S. Center St. #280, Reno, NV
775-785-4272
Reporting of physical, emotional, sexual abuse or negligent treatment of a child under the age of 18.
Committee to Aid Abused Women (CAAW)
1735 Vassar St., Reno, NV
775-329-4150
Confidential services including counseling, resources, shelter, clothing, food and transportation services to families of abuse.
Crisis Call Center
900 N. Virginia St., Reno, NV
775-784-8090
1-800-273-8255
24-hour hotline for suicide prevention, crisis counseling, referral to other supportive resources. 
Crisis Pregnancy Center
853 Haskel St., Reno, NV
775-826-5144
Free pregnancy test, educational program for first-time moms. 
Aging and Disability Services Division
2667 Enterprise Road Reno, NV
775-688-1341
Protection services for suspected abuse, neglect, exploitation and isolation of older adults ages 60+. 
National Runaway Safeline
1-800-786-2929
Information on services for runaway or homeless youth. 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255
24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. 
Reno Police Department
455 E. 2nd St., Reno, NV
775-334-2175 (front desk)
Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Dispatch, non-emergency information. 
Sparks Police Department
1701 E. Prater Way, Sparks, NV
775-353-2231 or 775-353-2279
Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Dispatch, non-emergency information. 
Substance Abuse Help Hotline
775-825-4357
Prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for behavioral health. 
TMCC Police Department
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 243, Reno, NV
775-674-7900
Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Police services on campus and other TMCC sites. Also offer Rape Aggression Defense Training. 
Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255, press "1"
24-hour, confidential support to veterans and their families/friends in crisis. 
Washoe County Sheriff's Office
911 Parr Blvd., Reno, NV
775-328-3001
Non-emergency dispatch and information. 
Employment and Training
Job Opportunities in Nevada (JOIN)
4001 S. Virginia St., Suite H, Reno, NV
775-336-4450
Educational/occupational training and counseling for individuals seeking careers, financial stability, & personal success. Interview appropriate clothing closet for program participants.
Nevada Career Information System
500 E. Third St., Carson City, NV
775-684-0477
Online career guidance system. Assessments, labor market information, occupational outlook, resume creating tools, scholarship information.
Nevada JobConnect
in Reno: 4001 S. Virginia St. #H, Reno, NV
775-284-9600
in Sparks: 2281 Pyramid Way, Sparks, NV
775-284-9520
Personalized job search, referrals, & placement. Career information and guidance, assessments, vocational education & training info. Resume preparation assistance. Public computers available for employment related services. 
State of NV Dept. of Employment, Training and Vocational Rehab
1325 Corporate Blvd., Reno, NV
775-823-8100
Employment and vocational training/retraining for people with disabilities. 
State of NV Casual Labor
420 Galletti Way, Sparks, NV
775-688-1240
Daily/ temporary labor opportunities with payment at end of day or completion of project. 
TMCC Re-Entry Center
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 325, Reno, NV
775-673-7060
Offers assistance to special populations (single parents and displaced homemakers) who are returning to school and/or workplace. 
Women and Children's Center of the Sierras
3905 Neil Rd. #2, Reno, NV
775-825-7395
Services aimed at helping women escape poverty. Job placement, GED Prep, ESL classes, computer literacy and family training. Diaper bank open to men and women; birth certificate required for each child along with parent ID and referral from social service agency or church. 
TMCC Workforce Development and Community Education
5270 Neil Rd. #216, Reno, NV
775-829-9010
Dozens of career certificate programs help prepare students for jobs in health care, floral, grant writing, cutting-edge technology and more. Classes are led by expert instructors who work in the fields they teach.
Family
Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada
500 E. Fourth St., Reno, NV
775-322-7073
Child care, thrift stores, transitional housing, transportation, food pantry, dining room, adoption assistance, immigration assistance, Kids to Seniors Korner.
Children's Cabinet
1090 S. Rock Blvd., Reno, NV
775-856-6200
Childcare assistance, youth services, parenting classes, family counseling. 
Community Services Agency (CSA)
1090 E. 8th St., Reno, NV
775-786-6023
The Stabilization Services Department offers a variety of no cost services to individuals and families who meet need and eligibility guidelines. 
Family Resource Center
Various Locations
  • Central Reno: 775-786-5809
  • North Valleys: 775-677-5437
  • Sun Valley: 775-674-4411
  • Sparks: 775-353-5563
Provide services and programs to families in at-risk neighborhoods. English as a Second Language classes; family advocacy and counseling; job search assistance; parenting classes; community referrals; translation; home visits. 
NV Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
Various Locations
  • Washoe County WIC: 775-328-2299
  • Community Health Alliance WIC: 775-870-4343
WIC is a special supplemental nutrition program that serves income eligible pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk. 
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) - Reno/Sparks PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.
Solace Tree
1300 Foster Dr., Reno, NV
775-324-7723
Provides support to families coping with the death of a parent or loved one. 
Women and Children's Center of the Sierras
3905 Neil Rd. #2, Reno, NV
775-825-7395
Services aimed at helping women escape poverty. Job placement, GED Prep, ESL classes, computer literacy and family training. Diaper bank open to men and women; birth certificate required for each child along with parent ID and referral from social service agency or church.
Financial/Legal
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Nevada The ACLU of Nevada works to protect the rights and liberties of all Nevadans through lobbying on legislation and regulations, litigating, and educating the public.
Family Counseling Services
575 E. Plumb Ln., Reno, NV
775-322-6557
Pre-bankruptcy financial counseling available in person or over the phone. Financial education. Paralegal services to those needing to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy forms.
Family Self Help Center
One South Sierra St., Reno, NV
775-325-6731
The Self Help Center provides citizens of Washoe County with general information about court process and procedures, provides educational material and information regarding legal resources in the community, and creates packets and forms for divorce, legal separation, custody, motions, name changes, annulments and guardianships. Staff works directly with citizens in person or over the telephone. 
Financial Guidance Center
3100 Mill St., Reno, NV
775-337-6363
Offers financial counseling and education. 
Law Library, Second Judicial District Court
75 Court St. #101, Reno, NV
775-328-3250
Access to an array of legal materials in a variety of formats. 
Nevada Legal Services
204 Marsh St. #101, Reno, NV
775-284-3491
Free legal assistance to low-income Nevadans. 
Nevada Statewide Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE)
1-888-268-8463
NV VINE is an automated notification system commitment to support victims of crime. Free and confidential notification and status information service regarding offenders in county jail or prison. 
TMCC Financial Literacy and Money Education by Students (FLAMES)
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 315C, Reno, NV
775-673-7263
TMCC student mentors trained to help other TMCC students gain a better understanding about their money, their attitude towards money, and their choices involving money. 
Victims of Crime (State of NV Dept. of Administration) Provides financial assistance to qualified victims of crime 
Washoe Legal Services
299 South Arlington Ave., Reno, NV
775-329-2727
Provides free quality legal services and representation to qualified residents to enable them to receive justice in civil legal matters involving human needs and self-sufficiency. Consumer issues, landlord/tenant issues, immigration status adjustments, free clinic for bankruptcy, and family law. 
Food
Food Bank of Northern Nevada
550 Italy Dr., McCarran, NV
775-331-3663
Offers distribution calendars/schedules for local pantries. Kids summer/dinner meal programs. Mobile pantry information.
Hands of Hope Food Bank
2360 Valley Rd., Reno, NV
775-786-0733
$10 per family per visit maintenance fee for a cart of groceries with ID. Open to military and their immediate family Tuesdays from 3-7 p.m. Open to community Saturdays. 

Nevada State Welfare
4055 S. Virginia St., Reno, NV
775-684-7200

 

630 Greenbrae Dr., Sparks, NV

775-824-7400

General public assistance including Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), TANF, child support.
Project MANA
341 Village Blvd., Incline Village, NV
775-298-4161
Food pantry and support system for individuals residing in the North Lake Tahoe/Truckee region. Weekly food distributions. Will need to fill out general information packet. 
Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission
355 Record St., Reno, NV
775-329-0485
Offers both emergency and long-term services for men and women in need. Free meals to homeless and needy. 
The Salvation Army
1931 Sutro St., Reno, NV
775-688-4555
Food distribution Mon.-Fri. Call for times. Must provide picture ID, proof of Washoe County residency, and income verification. 
St. Vincent's Dining Room
325 Valley Rd., Reno, NV
775-329-5363
Provides meals to the poor, homeless, and under-served men, women, and children. Open six days a week. Volunteer opportunities and free meal for volunteering.
St. Vincent's Food Pantry
500 E. Fourth St., Reno, NV
775-786-5266
Open Mon.–Sat. Picture ID, proof of income, and proof of Washoe County residency required. Daily food also available. 
Washoe County Senior Social Services
1155 E. 9th St., Reno, NV
775-328-2575
Offers congregate meals at various locations. Program provides one meal per day to seniors 60+ and qualified individuals. Reservations required. Meals on Wheels services provides delivery of meals to homebound seniors 60+ who are unable to participate in the Congregate Meal program. 
Wizard’s Warehouse
TMCC Dandini Campus
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 325, Reno, NV
775-673-7060

TMCC Meadowood Center
5270 Neil Road, Room 219, Reno, NV
775-829-9004

Food distribution on select days and by appointment. Form completion required. Call for more information.
General Assistance
Eddy House
423 E. 6th St., Reno, NV
RTC: Bus 2 at the E. 6th St./Record St. stop
775-384-1129
The YOU is a walk-in center in downtown Reno for at- risk youth between the ages of 12 and 24. Open Monday-Friday from 10-5, youth visitors can access “care and comfort services” including showers, laundry vouchers, snacks, clothing, free wi-fi, cell phone charging, a tech lab and the Chill Zone - a safe space to spend time off the streets.

Energy Assistance (LIHEA)
2527 N. Carson St., Ste. 260, Carson City, NV

 

1470 College Parkway, Carson City, NV

 

775-684-0730

Provides a supplement to assist qualifying low-income Nevadans with the cost of home energy.
Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada, Inc.
680 Greenbrae Dr. #280, Sparks, NV
775-355-0600
Tribal organization serving the member reservations and colonies in Nevada. Assistance in medical, dental, mental health and social services.
Nevada 2-1-1
  • Call: 2-1-1
  • Text: TXT211 (898211)
Free resource information about community services in Nevada.
Nevada State Welfare
4055 S. Virginia St., Reno, NV
775-684-7200
General public assistance including Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), TANF, child support
Nevada Youth Empowerment Project
1369 Faland Way, Reno, NV
775-747-2073
NYEP’s Community Living Program provides young women (18-21 years old) with direction and structure. NYEP is a unique, community-based youth service provider. 
Ridge House
900 W. 1st St. #200, Reno, NV
775-322-8941
The Ridge House is the only statewide organization that provides comprehensive re-entry services for former offenders in Nevada. Through compassionate services and strategic programming, our clients are able to become productive members of society.
Social Security Administration
1170 Harvard Way, Reno, NV
775-784-5221
1-888-808-5481
Apply for Social Security card or replacement, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Supplemental Disability Income (SDI), and Medicare. Calculators to determine individuals SS payment at retirement.
State of Nevada Dept. of Motor Vehicles
305 Galletti Way, Reno, NV
775-684-4368
Apply for or renew a driver’s license or identification card. Register a vehicle.
United States Passport and International Travel
1-877-487-2778
Apply for U.S. passports, Visas and assistance in international travel. 
Housing/Shelter
Casa de Vida
1290 Mill St., Reno, NV
775-329-1070
Provides housing and support services for pregnant young women. Transitional housing through House of Hope 6 month residential program for new mothers and their infants (age 6 months and younger at the time of program entry). 
Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada
500 E. Fourth St., Reno, NV
775-322-7073
Child care, thrift stores, transitional housing, transportation, food pantry, dining room, adoption assistance, immigration assistance, Kids to Seniors Korner. 
Committee to Aid Abused Women (CAAW)
1735 Vassar St., Reno, NV
775-329-4150
Confidential services including counseling, resources, shelter, clothing, food and transportation services to families of abuse. 

The Highlands

2800 Enterprise Rd, Reno, NV
775-348-2005

Student Housing—accepts TMCC students. Rent ranging from $600–700 (furnished), plus utilities.
Northern NV Veterans Resource Center
419 W. Plumb Ln., Reno, NV
775-284-8387
Provides low income Veterans assistance with homelessness prevention, rapid re-housing, case management and assistance in getting other public benefits as well as temporary financial assistance on behalf of veterans for rent payments, utility payments, security deposits and moving costs. 
PublicHousing.com Provides direct phone numbers and website URLS of properties.

Reno Housing Authority

1525 E. 9th Street, Reno, NV
775-329-3630
 

Reno Housing Authority is a Public Housing Agency in Reno, Nevada that participates in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Public Housing, and Moving to Work programs. Provides fair sustainable, quality housing in diverse neighborhoods throughout Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County that offers an stable foundation for low-income families to pursue economic opportunities.
Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission
2115 Timber Way, Reno, NV
775-329-0485
Offers both emergency and long-term services for men and women in need. Addiction Recovery program, emergency shelter, transitional renting. 
Restart Nevada
335 Record St. #155, Reno, NV
775-324-2622
Services for families, seniors and people with disabilities. Support to reduce and prevent homelessness. The Homeless Prevention Program offers deposit, rent or utility assistance for participants. 

The Republic Apartments

1550 Evans Ave. Reno, NV
775-964-4272 

Student Housing—accepts TMCC Students. Rent ranges from $580–780, plus utilities. Fully furnished.
 
Safe Embrace
780 E. Lincoln Way, Sparks, NV
775-322-3466
Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Transitional housing, support groups, training. 
Volunteers of America
  • Family Shelter:
    335 Record St., Reno, NV
    775-322-9574
  • Women's/Men's Shelter:
    315 Record St., Reno, NV
    775-329-4145 (Women's)
    775-329-4141 (Men's)
Emergency shelter. Services include referrals for permanent housing, health care, education and career opportunities. Intake begins daily at 10 a.m. 

Wolf Run Village & Wolf Run East

467 Beverly St., Reno, NV
775-329-4960
 

Student Housing—accepts TMCC students. Rent ranges from $550–585 for Wolf Run Village and about $725 plus utilities for Wolf Run East (common areas furnished, bedroom unfurnished).

YOUnion at Reno

2780 Enterprise Rd, Reno, NV 
775-502-1501

Student Housing—accepts TMCC Students. Rent ranged from $500–799.
 
Medical
Access for Community & Cultural Education Programs & Trainings (ACCEPT)
2400 W. 7th St., Reno, NV
775-786-5886
Our mission is to empower underserved individuals and families by providing public health services and resources through community partnerships serving a multicultural population with emphasis on the African American community.
Access to Healthcare Network
4001 South Virginia St. #F, Reno, NV
775-284-8989
Assists in connecting Nevadans in need of affordable health care with providers and services. Also offers low-cost health care through Medical Discount Program for individuals and families who do not qualify for Affordable Care. 
CARE Chest of Sierra Nevada
7910 North Virginia St., Reno, NV
775-829-2273
Provides free medical equipment, supplies, prescription assistance and wellness education to Northern Nevadans in need. 
Community Health Alliance
1055 South Wells Ave., Reno, NV
775-329-6300
Provides an extensive range of health care screening and prevention services, comprehensive primary care for all ages, pharmacy, dental services (preventive and treatment), management of chronic diseases, episodic illness care, outreach to and services for homeless individuals and families, and behavioral health care. 
Crisis Pregnancy Center
853 Haskel St., Reno, NV
775-826-5144
Free pregnancy test, option counseling, supportive services for expecting women and partners of expecting women. 
Mesothelioma Hub Mesothelioma Hub connects you to treatment information, legal advice, resources for veterans, and the country’s top mesothelioma specialists.

Nevada Medicaid
630 Greenbrae Drive
Sparks, NV
775-824-7400
 

4055 South Virginia Street, Reno, NV
775- 684-7200

Nevada Medicaid is health insurance that helps many people who can't afford medical care pay for some or all of their medical bills. This program is available only to certain low-income individuals and families in Nevada who fit into an eligibility group that is recognized by Federal and state law. 
Northern Nevada Dental Health Program
5250 Neil Rd. #103, Reno, NV
775-770-6609
Provides quality no to low-cost oral health care for qualified children and veterans. 
Northern Nevada Dental Society
5605 Riggins Court, Suite #101A, Reno, NV
775-337-0296
The Northern Nevada Dental Society provides advocacy, peer review, continuing education, volunteer dental programs to help the underserved, leadership, benefits of the tripartite, and practice resources.
Northern Nevada HOPES
580 West 5th St., Reno, NV
775-348-2893
Primary care, chronic disease management, women’s health services, behavioral health counseling, substance use counseling, nutrition, a pharmacy, social services, and health education. Discounted services based on a sliding fee scale available for uninsured. 
Northern Nevada Outreach Team (NNOT) A collaboration of individuals and agencies to promote HIV/AIDS/STD awareness and education in the Northern Nevada area.
Planned Parenthood
455 West 5th St., Reno, NV
775-688-5555
Provides sexual and reproductive health care services, education, and information to women, men, and adolescents. 
The Pregnancy Center
975 Ryland St. #105, Reno, NV
775-982-5640
 
TMCC Dental Hygiene Program
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 415-A, Reno, NV
775-673-8247
Various dental services provided by the dental hygiene students under supervision in the Dental Clinic. Eligible patients may receive adult/child cleanings, blood pressure screenings, dental nutritional counseling, oral cancer screenings, periodontal scalings and root planing (with limitations), pit and fissure sealants, polishing of amalgam fillings, preventive dental education, topical fluoride treatments, X-rays, other related therapeutic services. 
VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System
975 Kirman Ave., Reno, NV
775-786-7200
Primary and secondary care for veterans. Medical, substance abuse, and mental health treatment. 
Washoe County Health District
1001 East Ninth St., Bldg. B, Reno, NV
775-328-2470
Family planning clinic, Teen Health Mall (14-19 yr. olds), STD clinic. 
Mental Health/Substance Abuses
Adolescent Treatment Center
480 Galletti Way, Sparks, NV
775-688-1633
24-hour supervised residential treatment for adolescents, 13-17 years of age. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management. Individual, family, and group therapies. Psychological assessment and evaluation. Nursing care. Emergency evaluation and stabilization. 
Northern Nevada Alcoholics Anonymous
436 S. Rock Blvd., Sparks, NV
775-355-1151
Help and support for recovery from alcoholism. 
Bristlecone Family Resources
704 Mill St., Reno, NV
775-954-1400
Addiction and mental wellness treatment and prevention services including social model detoxification, residential, transitional living, outpatient, aftercare. Parenting workshops, family and adult drug court services. 
Gamblers Anonymous
428 S. Rock Blvd., Sparks, NV
775-356-8070
Help and support for those struggling with a gambling problem. 
Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technology (CASAT)
1664 N. Virginia St., MS 279, Reno, NV
775-784-6265
Offer prevention, treatment, and recovery services for individuals with addictive behaviors. 
Local Inpatient Rehab Locator This website helps to locate local treatment options and guide families in the right direction to help people recover.  
Sierra Sage Region of Narcotics Anonymous
775-322-4811
Provides a recovery process and peer support network for recovering narcotic addicts. Meetings take place throughout area. 
Nevada's Recovery and Prevention Community (NRAP)
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 325J, Reno, NV
775-673-7060
Provides an environment of nurturing support and peer connections for students recovering from substance and behavioral addictions and students choosing a substance-free lifestyle. 
Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (NNAMHS)
480 Galletti Way Bldg. 25, Sparks, NV
775-688-2001
State of Nevada inpatient facility, outpatient clinic and mental health center. Offers psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation services. 
Northern Nevada Al-Anon & Alateen
775-348-7103
Help and support for friends and family of alcoholics. 
Quest Counseling
3500 Lakeside Court #101, Reno, NV
775-786-6880
Drug testing, assessments, counseling, prevention programs, family service and 24/7 structure, care, and off-site treatment for clients experiencing substance use/ mental health disorders. 
Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission
2115 Timber Way, Reno, NV
775-323-0386
Offers both emergency and long-term services for men and women in need. Addiction recovery program, emergency shelter, transitional renting. 

Renown Behavioral Health
Elizabeth Ann Harrison, MFT

85 Kirman Ave, Ste 200, Reno, NV

775-982-2862

Elizabeth Harrison is an Outpatient Therapist who practices psychotherapy at Renown Behavioral Health. She believes that everyone’s story is their own unique and sacred journey. She believes that good therapy is like solving a puzzle, sorting the pieces to determine how people arrived at their decision to seek care. She believes firmly in relationship building, establishing trust, and designing solutions for people’s life challenges.
Safe Embrace
780 E. Lincoln Way, Sparks, NV
775-322-3466
Individual, family and substance abuse counseling by certified therapists. Those seeking help do not need to be residents of the shelter in order to receive counseling. Transitional housing, support groups, training.
Step 1
1015 N. Sierra St., Reno, NV
775-329-9830
Provides supportive transitional housing and services to low or no income, adult men recovering from substance abuse.
Step 2
3700 Safe Harbor Way, Reno, NV
775-787-9411
Substance abuse treatment program for women suffering from addiction. Residential and out-patient treatment program that provides women struggling to overcome substance abuse disorders, poverty, domestic violence and/or sexual assault/trauma the opportunity to rebuild their lives. 
Substance Abuse Help Hotline
775-825-4357
Prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for behavioral health.
West Hills Hospital
1240 East 9th St., Reno, NV
1-800-242-0478
Inpatient hospitalization, chemical detoxification/ rehabilitation and intensive outpatient psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment.
Willow Springs
690 Edison Way, Reno, NV
775-858-3303
1-800-448-9454
Residential treatment program for children and teens, ages 5 through 17.
Spiritual
Greater Light Christian Center
2400 West 7th St., Reno, NV
775-348-2050
Connects people in distress to clergy or a religion leader and provides referrals and resources for all faiths and denominations.
Transportation
Regional Transportation Commission (RTC)
2050 Villanova Dr., Reno, NV
775-348-7433
Public transit bus system in greater Reno/Sparks area.
RTC Access
2050 Villanova Dr., Reno, NV
775-348-0477
Paratransit service that provides door-to-door, pre-scheduled transportation for people who meet the eligibility criteria of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). RTC Access passengers have disabilities which prevent them from riding RTC RIDE independently some or all of the time.
RTC-Washoe Senior Ride
775-348-0477
Discounted taxi rides that enable seniors to maintain their independence and mobility. Seniors and other eligible RTC Access participants may purchase coupons (taxi bucks) to help cover the cost of taxi rides. Apply at Washoe County Senior Services.
Kiwanis Bike Program
145 Catron Dr., Reno, NV
775-337-1717
Provides bicycling and pedestrian safety education and outreach, donates bikes to youth organizations. Sale of bikes at discounted prices.
Greyhound (Bus Service)
155 Stevenson, Reno, NV
775-322-2970
1-800-231-2222
Intercity bus transportation.