Immigrant Integration is a dynamic, two-way process in which immigrants and the receiving society work together to build secure, vibrant, and cohesive communities. ( ImpactNV believes that immigrant integration should be an intentional process that engages and transforms all community stakeholders, enriching everyone’s social, economic, and civic life over time.

As such, we have partnered with Caesar’s Foundation, Make the Road Nevada, congressional offices and service providers who work with immigrant populations to create the first of its kind one-stop resource guide developed collaboratively to welcome New Nevadans to our community. The “Together We Prosper” immigrant integration toolkit provides information on resources for food, shelter, education, healthcare, legal assistance, language access, advocacy, community engagement and more. This toolkit will live on the ImpactNV site ( as well as be available in a hard copy format to clients through our partners.

Anyone who seeks information or resources in one area of need will have access to an entire toolkit of other helpful information and resources all in one place; expediting and facilitating community connection.

Catholic Charities

Telephone: 702-385-2662


Food pantry
– Available Mon-Sat, 8 am – 4 pm
– Must have I.D.

Meals on Wheels
– Delivers food to homebound seniors
– Proof of residency required

WIC Provider
– Provides food and nutritional information to pregnant women and women with children under 5
– Proof of residency and income required

Lutheran Social Services of Southern Nevada

Telephone: 702-639-1730

Assistance with SNAP applications
– Filling out and renewing SNAP applications :

DigiMart Food Pantry
– Grocery store style digital food pantry offering a wide variety of food. You must sign up at the physical location 4323 Boulder Highway Las Vegas, 89121, Mon-Thurs at 10 am.
– First twenty people are served daily.
– Services available to low income Nevadans with proof of residency


Telephone: 702-644-3663

SNAP Assistance
– Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program enables eligible, low-income people to purchase nutritious food using an electronic debit card (EBT) at most grocery and convenience stores. ThreeSquare provides assistance in filling out the application for this program from the USDA.

TFAP Referral List
– The Emergency Food Assistance Program -TEFAP is a federally funded program that helps supplement the diets of low-income Americans, including elderly people, by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost.

Meet Up and Eat Up
– Provides nutritious meals to children 18 years of age and younger in low-income areas during the summer. The program ensures that children have access to nutritious meals during their school vacations when free and reduced meals are not available. Meet Up and Eat Up encompasses the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) and BackPack for Kids.

Dignity Health

Telephone:   702-777-3615

R.E.D. ROSE Program works in partnership with Susan G. Komen Nevada, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Rose Regatta to provide free clinical breast exams, mammograms, ultrasounds, surgical consultations and biopsies to women and men 49 and younger who lack adequate health care resources or the financial means to obtain them.

Helping Hands of Henderson provides transport for doctor’s appointments,  errands, for mobile seniors over 65, not available to those in a wheelchair.

Women Infants and Children (WIC) provides nutrition advice, breast pumps, food and referrals for additional services. There are several eligibility requirements including proof of residency and I.D.  Open Monday through Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm
Telephone:  702-616-4905

Nevada Health Link


Nevada Health Link is where you can purchase State-certified health insurance plans that are based on your income. For permanent residents or citizens under 65, or non-citizen residents over 65. Fees are based on income and translation services are available for Spanish, Mandarin, Tagalog, etc.  Many organizations can help you apply for health insurance through this program including:
– Dignity Health: 702-616-4904
– Asian Community Resource Center:  702-984-0015
– Asian Community Development Council:  702-489-8866

Nevada Minority Health and Equity Coalition


– Provides general healthcare information
– Childhood obesity prevention and advocacy
– Help to quit smoking
– Information on healthy diets
– There is a charge based on income
– Spanish and English

Planned Parenthood

Telephone:  775-781-4649

– Reproductive healthcare for women and men, STD testing, hormone therapy etc.
– No proof of citizenship required
– Charges are based on income
– Spanish and English

Positively Kids Family Healthcare Clinic

Telephone: 702-262-0037

The Positively Kids Family Healthcare Clinic at Child Haven Campus is a one stop shop for medical, dental and mental health care for children ages 0-18. Specialize in medically fragile, medically dependent, foster community, and/or developmentally delayed children.

Silver State Health Services

Telephone: 702-471-0420

– Provide primary care, mental health services, and transportation to healthcare appointments
– Proof of citizenship required for most services
– Fees are income based

Southern Nevada Children’s Assessment Center

Telephone: 702-455-5371

– Provides child abuse professionals in one location to support the needs of child victims and their families
– Must be referred by law enforcement/CPS
– English and Spanish

Urban League

Telephone: 702-636-3949

– Childcare and Development Program provides childcare subsidies
– For most services, must have id & birth certificates for children
– There is a charge based on a sliding scale

African Community Development Center (ECDC)

Telephone:  702.836-3324

– Provides employment services
– Specifically focused on refugees
– Low cost immigration services


Telephone: 702-324-6063

– Free
– OSHA 10, 30 construction classes
– Wage theft recovery through mediation
– Nevada Labor Law Classes
– English and Spanish

Asian Community Resource Center (ACRC)

Telephone: 702-984-0015

The ACRC offers many classes on such wide ranging topics as:
– Construction trades training to prepare for union apprenticeships
– Comprehensive citizenship classes
– Computer and smart phone skills for seniors
– Senior/Medicare Fraud
– Basic financial literacy for millennials
– Youth leadership training
– Tagalog and English classes
– No proof of citizenship or residency required
– No fees

Lighthouse Charities

Telephone: 775-781-4649

– The Rejesha Project provides job skills and English classes
– Nafasi Designs trains refugee women in handcrafts
– Proof of citizenship or residency required

SCATS – Nevada Safety Consultation & Training Section

Telephone: 702-486-9140

– Nevada Workplace Safety & Health Training
– English and Spanish

Asian American Advocacy Clinic

Telephone: 702-984-0015

– Other legal services outside of immigration (family, criminal law, trusts and probate)
– English, Spanish, Thai, Tagalog, Mandarin, Korean, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Punjabi, Hindi
– Reduced rates

Asian Community Development Council

Telephone: 702.489.8866

– Serves all immigrant populations
– Immigration services:  detention, USCIS applications, bond hearings, translation
– Translation services for DMV and other legal documents
– Reduced rates
– English, Spanish, Thai, Tagalog, Mandarin, Korean, Cantonese, Vietnamese
– Phone consultations

Asian Community Resource Center

Telephone:  702-984-0015

– Legal education: (wills, trust, medical directive, estate planning, family law)

Catholic Charities – Immigration Services

Telephone: 702.383.8387

– Department of Justice Accredited
– Immigration services offered include permanent residence, employment authorization, citizenship, asylum, temporary protective status
– Hours of operation: Mon – Fri, 7:30 am – 4 pm

Citizenship Project

Telephone:  702-868-6002

Provides assistance with the entire citizenship process, including completing the application and exam preparation.
– Free Citizenship classes

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada

Telephone: 702-386-1070

Immigration Advocacy Project provides the following immigration services:
– U Visa, T Visa, and VAWA
– Special Immigrant Juvenile Visa/Custody/Divorce/Guardianship
– Removal of Condition
– Naturalization/Citizenship
– Employment Authorization
– DACA Renewals, Adjustment of Status, and Affirmative Asylum for Minors
– Also offer services for victims of domestic violence (divorce, custody & TPOs), victims of consumer fraud, bankruptcy and social security matters.

UNLV Immigration Clinic

Telephone: 702-895-2080

– Deportation Defense
– Children Rights Program
– Legal Services to UNLV students, staff, and their family members, free of charge
– Pro Bono Attorney Network
– Resource Page for other legal information and Know Your Rights guides

Asian Community Development Center

Telephone: 702-489-8866

– Voter registration for citizens
– Community events and outreach
– Family Fair and Asian Night Market
– Youth group partnerships for college readiness
– Clean energy youth workshop
– Most services free
– Services available in many languages including English, Cantonese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Korean, Thai, Mandarin, Visaya

Family 2 Family

Telephone: 702-8700-9583

– Parent education and community networking.
– Touch a Truck program allows families to explore all different kinds of vehicles

Make The Road Nevada

Telephone:  702-907-1560


– Civics classes, information on how to resolve neighborhood issues
– Youth Power Project partner with Camp Anytown provides youth outreach including history of social justice and life skills classes (job readiness, financial literacy, professional behavior)
– High school & early college skills, basic life skills such as car buying, paying bills, renting an apartment
– Know your rights work year round
– Adult Financial Literacy Program and technology workshops
– Recycling and art education
– Job skills, interview skills, resume advice
– Folklorico dance classes
– English, Spanish
– No fee

Mi Familia Vota

Telephone:  702-776-8205

– Citizenship help and legal workshops
– Information on paid leave
– Voter registration for citizens
– Some income requirements
– Most services free
– English and Spanish

Congressional Offices

Did you know that you don’t have to be a citizen to get help from your Congressional offices? You can feel comfortable and safe reaching out and asking for help. Congressional offices collaborate with many people and organizations in the community and are a great first step, conduit to help you in many ways: they can help guide you through legal processes, access resources, get quicker answers to your questions and can even assist with international travel and interactions with embassies and federal agencies.

Contact information for your U.S Senators and Representatives:


Catherine Cortez Masto
Telephone:  702-388-5020

Jacky Rosen
Telephone:  702-388-0205


Mark Amodei
Telephone:  775-686-5760

Steven Horsford
Telephone:  702-963-9360

Susan Lee
Telephone:  702-963-9336

Dina Titus

Thank you to our partners!