Response to COVID-19

At this time, the best way to support Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada is by making a financial contribution

Dear friends and supporters,

Serving some of the most vulnerable members in our community with dignity, hope and compassion is always at the core of our mission at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada (CCSN). With this in mind, I wanted to let you know that the agency is taking additional steps to enhance the safety and protection practices for the thousands of men, women, families and children who rely on our services each day.

CCSN is actively engaged with the Governor’s Office, the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), County and City governments and collaborating service providers as we monitor the developments regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). Appropriate SNHD and Center for Disease Control (CDC) signage has been strategically posted throughout the public and employee areas of our campus assets, in order to inform and educate us all with the latest information and safety guidelines. In addition to our current sanitizing procedures, we are increasing cleaning frequencies to address COVID-19 (coronavirus) concerns, as well as how we can continue to administer our programs and services while making appropriate and necessary adjustments to protect our clients, our staff, and our volunteers.

Because of the support of compassionate individuals like you, we have been able to serve the needs of our community for decades, and we remain dedicated to providing food, shelter and wraparound services, as we thoughtfully navigate the uncertainties of the future. We will be updating our website and social media platforms with more information about how you can continue to support our mission and clients as we make any necessary programmatic adjustments to our services and resources.

As we work together as sisters and brothers to walk this challenging journey together, I humbly ask you to continue to keep CCSN’s staff and clients in your thoughts and prayers. For those who are able to support us with a financial donation, contributions can be made here, as we anticipate the demand for our services and resources to continue to escalate in this uncertain environment.

With thanks and blessings,

Deacon Tom


In an abundance of caution, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has made the following programmatic changes in accordance with guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Southern Nevada Health District. In addition to these changes, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada is continuing to enact enhanced cleaning of the entire campus and providing additional hand sanitizers as well as professional sanitization of client facing areas on site.


St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility 

  • Paid Breakfast and Lunch: Effective Tuesday, March 17th, the paid Breakfast and Lunch service were discontinued until further notice.
  • Community MealFree Meals are distributed in to-go boxes starting at 10:00am daily. Call 702-385-2662 for more information.

Meals on Wheels: Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada continues to operate Meals on Wheels for homebound seniors in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. We are working with relevant agencies to ensure we continue serving homebound seniors with their health and safety in mind. Accordingly, Meals on Wheels will now be delivering meals to the doorstep of seniors with verification that someone from the residence takes the food inside. Wellness check-ups will take place by phone. Call  702-385-5284 for more information.

Hands of Hope Community Food Pantry: The Hands of Hope Community Food Pantry will operate Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 2:00pm. In an effort to increase social distancing, the Hands of Hope Community Food Pantry enacted a protocol of distributing food in prepackaged boxes outside. Call  702-387-2291 for more information.


Day Shelter for Men: The Day Shelter is closed until further notice.

Night Shelter: We are working closely with the Southern Nevada Health District help the shelter run as safely as possible during this time.  The Night Shelter remains in operation every day starting at 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m. Call 702-385-2662 for more information.


WIC: Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada’s WIC offices are conducting appointments by phone. New participants are welcome to contact Catholic Charities over the phone to get started:  Las Vegas Office 702-366-2069 or Henderson Office 702-558-3129.

Renewing Hope for Men: Participants in the Renewing Hope program will receive assignments to complete on their own, and attend classes. They will continue to receive meals from the St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility and complete apprenticeships on our campus. Graduation ceremonies are closed to the public until further notice. This program is accepting new participants. Orientation takes place Monday – Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Client Services office.

Client Services: This service is providing Clarity Cards, clothing and hygiene items (when available), as well as case management appointments, services will be conducted by window  Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Call 702-387-2282 or 702-385-2662 for more information.


Immigration Services: Appointments for this program are being completed remotely. Call 702-383-8387 to make an appointment.

Migration and Refugee Services: This department is working with the USCCB to stay up to do on Refugee resettlement in the United States at this time. Staff members are working remotely to serve their clients. Call 702-383-8387 for more information.

English Language Program:  Students have the option to take classes online, currently no in-person classes will be held. At this time, new student participation is suspended. Call  702-215-4732 for more information.