Verizon invited Nevada HAND residents to the 25th annual NFL Super Kids - Super Sharing event!
KLAS: Several federal, state and local resource groups gathered at the Desert Breeze Community Center on Jan. 5, 2024 to highlight the new and existing programs to help. The resources ranged from financial and housing to food security and utility bill assistance. The housing forum was organized largely by Congresswoman Susie Lee, who began the address by saying the state is in a housing crisis and it is all hands on deck to help.
In celebration of our 30th Anniversary year, we are sharing stories and reflections about Nevada HAND's past, present, and future. This month, we are pleased to highlight the Chairman of our Board of Directors, Terry Shirey, CEO of Nevada State Bank.
Health and wellness inspiration from a Pacific Pines resident who is taking her love of physical activity to new heights!
Nevada HAND continually evaluates how to best serve our mission, looking for opportunities to expand access and improve service. This mindset led to a recent renovation project to create four new units of affordable assisted living residences.
We recently sat down with Nevada HAND’s founder, Mike Mullin, to learn more about what inspired him to start this company 30 years ago. Mike moved to Las Vegas in the ‘70s with a very different career plan in mind, but eventually started a professional journey that satisfied his passion for real estate development and served a pressing community need.
Director of Resident Services, Marissa Shoop, highlighted our Senior Wellness Festival on KTNV Channel 13 Action News' Morning Blend! Find out how our Resident Services team upholds our Health and Wellness pillar by watching her interview.
Gardening grows so much more than plants. Children and adults who plant and tend a garden improve their health and wellness while deepening their sense of connection to the world and their community.
Five questions with: Jill Lamonte, long-time Nevadan, Berkshire Hathaway Realtor, HAND Collaborative Emerging Leaders Board Member, and Nevada HAND Board Advisor
Nevada HAND's Resident Services team hosts back-to-school events at each family apartment community to get students ready for school. During these events, students receive free backpacks and school supplies, dental screenings with a fluoride treatment, immunization check-ups, and more! This event is free to all residents to set them up for a successful school year.
Nevada HAND's Director of Government Relations, Arielle Edwards, recently returned from the 82nd Legislative Session in Carson City. During the session, and year-round, Ms. Edwards works to champion legislation and policies that support desperately needed affordable housing options in Nevada.
Affordable housing provides a foundation that helps individuals thrive in myriad ways, improving financial stability and self-efficacy, healthcare outcomes, mental and physical well-being, and educational achievement. For school-aged children, the link between stable housing and educational attainment is well documented in literature, and Nevada HAND’s Resident Services team adds year-round enrichment activities and educational programming to the stable housing foundation we provide. This is just one way Nevada