LVTRise aligns its services to resident’s needs to create a source of community pride and neighborhood socialization around the community center. All of our programs are united by a common goal—to create opportunities that help our community residents flourish in their educational pathways, at home in family life, and in their local community. Programs implemented at the community center include social services, employment services, parenting classes, food pantry, mental health services, GED classes, ESL classes, after-school tutoring and meals, childcare services, and more.
Our community outreach programs improve the lives of the vulnerable neighbors in low-income households while strengthening the entire community of Las Vegas Trail. By providing groceries, basic necessities, referrals to social services and more, our outreach efforts change lives every day.
RACIAL EQUITY PROGRAM
We realize it takes a village to raise a child. Children deserve the resources and materials necessary to truly thrive. We are aggressively fighting for the future of Las Vegas Trail by partnering with social service providers to assist in the evolving education of those living in the area. From after-school programs that ensure the safety of unmonitored children, to furthering intellectual growth, the children of Las Vegas Trail rely on our help.
Child development services give families support in vital areas that otherwise might be neglected.
Children need a safe place to go after school when their parents are working or unavailable to care for them.
When working parents don't have the capacity for basic care for their child, we provide an outlet for growth.
Through our partnerships, LVTRise provides the necessary access to social services that otherwise would not be accessible. From assistance to finding a safe place to sleep, to providing resources for employment and homelessness, LVTRise's transitional programs seek to assist every single one of Las Vegas Trails residents. Through referral programs via our community partners, residents are able to rise above their old ways of struggle.
The stress of living in poverty or struggling on the streets often leads people to abusing drugs and alcohol as a means of escape. We work to break the cycles by providing resources for community members to overcome these challenges and develop a renewed sense of hope. Our transitional programs help community members who may be homeless or jobless access necessary services to better their lives into sustainable, self-sufficient lives.