Shannon West Homeless Youth Center

Transitional Housing
Las Vegas, NV
Contact Information

1640 East Flamingo Road #100
Las Vegas, NV - 89119

(702) 369-4357 Click to call There are 4 reviews. Scroll down to see them. info@helpsonv.org Website Donate

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About Shannon West Homeless Youth Center

Shannon West Homeless Youth Center o ffers male/female homeless risk youth, 16 - 24 years of age assistance with transitional housing while they work towards independent living. Youths are required to either attend school or work. If they work, they must save 80% of their earnings to enable them to become self-sufficient. Assessment required prior to entering.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: We serve with care. We assist families and individuals throughout Southern Nevada to overcome barriers and attain self-sufficiency through direct services, training and referral to community resources. Your help and support of our programs and services will ensure that our mission is carried forth and that we can help people help themselves by connecting them to services, training and referrals they need to be successful and self-sufficient.

There are 4 reviews

Anonymous - Jul 22, 2018

I am in need of shelter. While preparing for new employment. Am willing to do all that is necessary to become self sufficient. Would you please give me a call at 702-806-4329

Anonymous - Feb 25, 2019

I am currently employed just can not afford food and a place with what I'm making now . looking for assistance if possible

Anonymous - Nov 1, 2019

Unfortunately groups of kids(5-12+) that use your service and facility loiter at Mission Center at 1300 E Flamingo. Not only are they there from usually 10am or 11am until 7pm or 8pm they are obnoxious, drink alcohol and smoke weed, get into fights (verbal and physcial) with each other and solicit for money. The entire neighborhood has gone downhill for about a year and a half.

Anonymous - Dec 11, 2019

I have my own mental issues I recently had a mental breakdown in there to work when I tried to kill myself I got kicked out and I went to go get the help that I needed when I tried to return they told me I was banned from property and was not allowed to be back so I strongly urge if you have your own mental issues to point we might have a breakdown do not go therecuz if you ever break down they will not allow you that they are unfriendly to the mentally challenged that place is a giant waste of time if you are mentally challenged.

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  1. I’m a mother of two and i take care of my mother as well I’m only 22yrs old and homeless I have a job I work for Encor Solar and trying to get on my feet I’ve been homeless for about a month staying in motel rooms posted May 22, 2019
  2. I am 20 years old and i have no body i been going house to house for 3 years and dont have any family that will help me off the streets i work on the strip at mcdonalds and im really trying to get on my feet posted July 1, 2019
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