Frequently Asked Questions

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Homeless Issue: I have observed that there are several homeless people in our nearby park and an overall increase in the homeless population. Who can I contact with my concerns?

If you observe illegal activity, please call the Henderson Police Department at 702-267-5100.


To provide an eyewitness account of homeless populations or individuals experiencing homelessness please use the ‘submit a request or question’ link provided below.


For agencies to assist persons experiencing homelessness, please contact the following:

HopeLink (http://https//

HopeLink is a Family Resource Center that is available to all Henderson residents. This non-profit organization assists with housing and basic needs, including shelter, food, clothing, rental assistance, utility bill assistance, health care, and car repair. Other services offered for family preservation include children literacy, supporting parents with basic needs, and assessing the overall family’s needs

For more information, please contact (702)566-0576 or visit them in person at 178 Westminister Way, Henderson, NV 89015, or visit their website at

Help of Southern Nevada (HELP) (


HELP of Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization that assists families and individuals throughout Southern Nevada to overcome barriers and attain self-sufficiency through direct services, training and referral to community resources.  All homeless households without children must complete a standard assessment survey at Clark County Social Services prior to receiving services from HELP of Southern Nevada.  There is a Henderson office located at 522 E Lake Mead Pkwy, Suite 4, Henderson, NV 89015.  HELP is unable to provide services without this assessment. For more information, please contact HELP at 702-369-4357, Monday-Thursday between 7am-5pm, or visit HELP's Homeless Services Department at 1640 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, or visit their website at

Dial 2-1-1 or

Nevada 211 offers a complete guide to any and all resources available in Nevada. By accessing the search engine, users can search for keywords such as rental assistance, food, childcare, mental health services, counseling, homelessness, clothing, and much more.  This is a great resource for anyone who may need further assistance and it’s free to use.