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
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:
NURTURING PARENTING EDUCATION
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
PARENT AID SUPPORT
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com.
Available by phone 24/7, 365 for mobile crisis response, intervention, and stabilization:
Email to book a non-emergency appointment:
On February 2, 2021, CPLC Nevada, Inc received a notice of award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the development of two Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers (CCBHC) in Douglas County, NV and Mineral County, NV. This award aligns with CPLC mission to provide person-centered, family-centered care, using evidence-based practices while empowering individuals through accessible healthcare.
A CCBHC is a comprehensive center providing integrated behavioral health, substance use, preventive medical, social support, recovery supports and case management services to the community. The center is measured on their quality of care by approximately twenty health outcomes, centered around medication and risk assessments. The center is to utilize a pre-determined amount of evidence-based practices to ensure quality of care and positive health outcomes. There are nine required categories of care to be provided either within the center or by designated partnerships.
The CCBHC has the ability to create partnerships through Designated Collaborative Organizations (DCO) through some of the categories. This is a key to success, by promoting sustainability and growth within rural and frontier communities.
- 24/7 Crisis mental health services
- Screening and assessment for behavioral health services
- Outpatient mental health services
- Services are focused on the person and the family, including a comprehensive treatment planning approach
- Screening for primary care services
- Psychosocial education services
- Social Supports (i.e. club house, housing counseling, recovery supports, peer support)
- Targeted Case Management
- Services focused on Veteran Services & Active Duty Military
THRIVE offers psychoeducation classes throughout the week. You do not need to reserve a spot to attend.
THRIVE is dedicated to providing our families, youth and individuals with continuing education on their health. As part of our THRIVE community we will provide continuing education through our THRIVE YouTube channel for your health prosperity. As you sign up the front desk will give you a password to gain access to all training channels.
THRIVE is supported by an in depth of healthcare expertise with over 30 years of experience within Nevada. Expertise range from but are not limited to;
- Nevada Licensed Psychiatrist
- Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
- Board Certified Addiction Medicine Psychiatrist
- Nevada Licensed Clinical Child Psychologist
- Nevada Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Nevada Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- Nevada Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Intern
- Nevada Licensed Clinical Social Worker Interns
- Nevada Licensed Social Workers
- Certified Community Health Workers
- Certified Peer Support Specialist
- Workforce Development Specialist
- Parent Aides
Both of THRIVE locations support telehealth treatment
DOUGLAS COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES