Tag: homeless

We had the opportunity to tour Crossroads¬†earlier this month. Crossroads is a public-private partnership between Washoe County Adult Services and Catholic Charities designed to identify, intervene and stabilize high-complexity homeless clients using a tiered housing approach. The organization¬†collaborates with numerous community partners to provide sober housing, substance abuse and mental health treatment, employment and educational […]

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We were able to sit down with City of Reno’s Mayor Hillary Schieve and Councilmembers David Bobzien and Naomi Duerr to talk about the Truckee River and its social aspects. Below is that transcribed interview: One Truckee River:¬†First question for all of you. Could I have each of you talk about what the Truckee River […]

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Earlier this month we shared a blog post about the new homeless overflow shelter opened up by the Reno Police Department and the Community Assistance Center (CAC). The organizations have been reaching out to illegal campers along the Truckee River to educate them on the new shelter. The coverage of this outreach is the Truckee […]

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The One Truckee River Initiative’s purpose is to manage, protect and provide stewardship for Northern Nevada’s Truckee River. That purpose includes all aspects that are affecting the river, both in and along. One of the perks of our initiative is that we consist of partners who are working with their own organizations on improving the […]

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