With the addition of COVID-19, shelters in Reno like Our Place, the Eddy House and the Nevada Youth Empowerment Project (NYEP) have had to change how they operate in order to continue protecting those without reliable housing.
Reno nonprofit the Reno Initiative For Shelter and Equality today was approved by the Washoe Board of County Commissioners to operate a 114-bed women’s shelter called Our Place.
Our Place will open in May at the former Nevada Insane Asylum, providing shelter and assistance to women, children, seniors and families experiencing homelessness.
Reno City Attorney Karl Hall is requesting the Reno City Council approve a resolution allowing him to file a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Boise, Idaho.
The Eddy House and the University of Nevada, Reno’s School of Journalism teamed up…
The City of Sparks is touting its homeless sweep along the Truckee River as a success.
Reno’s tiny homes project is moving forward, and the Reno City Council will discuss…