Integrated Health & Human Services

CPLC is dedicated to ensuring the welfare of our community, because CPLC believes that the foundation of any community is its people. CPLC offers social services to ensure that all individuals have the opportunity to lead good quality lives. CPLC focuses on the well being of the children in our community and does so by providing services tailored to child safety, child nurturing and parenting education. We believe the children in our community are a priority.

CPLC programs are culturally-competent, family-focused and are designed to promote healthy, independent living. In response to a society whose challenges are mounting at an alarming pace, CPLC promotes wellness and encourages self-dignity, self-sufficiency, and most importantly, family growth and preservation. CPLC continually evaluates its services to ensure the relevance of its programs. As the demographics of its constituents continue to evolve, CPLC will strive to develop programs that will positively impact the changing populations it serves

Parenting Nevada


CPLC Parenting Nevada helps prevent child abuse by providing family support services through prevention, intervention and education. The services promote strong families by empowering parents to thrive, giving parents the tools on how to effectively nurture their children in each developing stage thereby creating communities where parents have the skills to raise healthy and successful children.  CPLC Parenting Nevada’s provides the following programs & services:


CPLC offers the Nurturing Parenting Education Program which provides the opportunity for families to learn new parenting strategies and skills used to enhance their relationship with their children. The goals of the program are to:

  •          Expand the family’s knowledge of child development and behavior.
  •          Support positive parenting practices
  •          Improve child safety
  •          Improve child’s health and contribute to family stability
  •          Increase educational involvement


Families in our Nurturing Parenting Education also have the opportunity to work one on one with a Parent Aide that will focus on the families unique needs. Parent Aids assist families in learning and expanding their skills in the following areas:

  •          Child Development
  •          Home Management
  •          Personal Problem Solving
  •          Appropriate Discipline Techniques
  •          Appropriate Parenting Skills
  •          Accessing Community Resources and Support

CPLC believes children are a priority in our community and works diligently for the success of our families. All of our programs are culturally competent and family oriented. Programs are offered in English and Spanish.

We look forward to hearing from you, for more information on any of Parenting Nevada Programs please contact CPLC Parenting Nevada at  702-207-1614. 

You can also email our Program Supervisor at

SAMHSA Program


The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.  

SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities. SAMHSA’s work is guided by scientific research and evidence-based practices developed by this research. SAMHSA’s role is to innovate and test new service delivery approaches, as well as help states, tribes, territories and communities build the infrastructure and understanding necessary to adopt, adapt, and implement proven service delivery models. SAMHSA recognizes that behavioral health and physical health are intrinsically related and interdependent; and that comprehensive, person-centered, family and community-based approaches to health are essential to the nation’s well-being.

SAMHSA provides leadership and devotes its resources, including programs, policies, information and data, contracts and grants, to help America’s states and communities act on the knowledge that:

  •          Behavioral health is essential to health;
  •          Prevention works;
  •          Treatment is effective; and
  •          People recover from mental and substance use disorders

On February 2nd, 2021, CPLC Nevada, Inc. received a notice of award from the National Institutes of Health for the expansion of a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC).  In partnership with the Moxy Up Mentoring Center, the new CPLC Nevada Rural Community Based Health Center will provide much-needed behavioral health services and comprehensive resources to heal and help empower the resilient residents of rural and tribal Northern Nevada. In addition, the award will support the service delivery of mental health, substance abuse, job development, family support systems, and crisis services in both Douglas County and Mineral County, Nevada

For more information regarding the SAMHSA program, present services, and those coming in the near horizon.

Please reach out to Coleen Lawrence – Program Director at (775) 790-7022, or by email at, or Rupert Ruiz at our Las Vegas office at 702-207-1614 or by email at

The Courtyard Homeless Resource Center

The Courtyard Homeless Resource Center

The Courtyard Homeless Resource Center operates as a low-barrier open-air shelter where people experiencing homelessness can access the center seven days a week - 24 hours a day.  The Center is equipped to provide temporary shelter with a capacity of 500 guests per night. Each guest is provided with a mat and/or bedding unit, as they seek shelter for the night. In addition, guests of the Courtyard have access and are provided with vital resources through an integrated continuum of care approach.

Since 2017, the Courtyard has served as starting point to addressing the increasing levels of homelessness within the Corridor of Hope. As a transformational facility, it addresses the unique needs of a diverse population by collaborating with an array of service providers that include medical, dental, behavioral and mental health services, housing placement, and a multitude of supportive services. In 2020, the Courtyard served approximately 4,045 unique individuals and has provided well over 87,200 services. By offering a one-stop shop with access to medical, housing and employment services through a variety partners, the cycle of homelessness can be broken. This is a private/public partnership between CPLC NV and the City of Las Vegas and provides services across our four pillars:

  •          Support Services
  •          Transitional and/or Permanent Housing Opportunities
  •          Medical Care Services
  •          Employment Opportunities

CPLC Nevada and the City of Las Vegas are determined to preserve the Courtyard Homeless Resource Center as a beacon of hope and a starting point where homeless individuals can access resources all in one place within the Corridor of Hope.

Currently, the Courtyard is a 24hr operation of HOPE and center’s homeless outreach team, or MORE team, be reached at 702-229-MORE (6673), or by email at

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Mental Health Block Grant

Pending Content Development: Please reach out for more information regarding the program, at 702-207-1614,

or by email at