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Southern Nevada Children First
North Las Vegas, NV
720 West Cheyenne Avenue
North Las Vegas, NV - 89030
Southern Nevada Children First programs were created to keep young families off the street, teach them to better themselves, and create a better life for their children.
Southern Nevada Children First takes care of the youths basic necessities like food and shelter while teaching them how to be positive parents and independent adults.
Southern Nevada Children First is able to assist youth through comprehensive programs and services.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Mission Statement: The mission of Southern Nevada Children First (SNCF) is to "Strengthen the lives of Children and Families" by giving hope you homeless, pregnant and parenting youth.
There are 2 reviews
Anonymous - Feb 29, 2020
My name is isabella, I currently moved here with my one year old from Texas, for out of a bad situation with baby’s father. Looking to get on my own and ready to change my life for the better.
Anonymous - Oct 18, 2020
I was living with my fiancé and my 3 children. He is not the father to any of my kids and he currently just out put us out. Now we have no where to go. I was in a bad car accident 3 weeks ago so we can even sleep in my car and I can’t even go back to work. I am at the lowest of lows right now.
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