Community Resources Review the tabs below for information about various community resources available to you. Have a resource to add? Contact our office with your suggestion. Community groups: Addiction & Recovery Alano Club of Sparks This recovery program provides a variety of services for those with substance abuse issues. Contact them at (775) 359-2727 for more information. Bristlecone Family Resources This is a non-profit corporation funded in part by the Nevada Department of Human Resources, State Health Division, Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant. Bristlecone’s programs also are supported by client fees, grants and contributions. Gifts are welcome and are tax-deductible. Treatment admission prioritization for all programs, except for Civil Protective Custody Services, must be conducted in the following order: pregnant injection drug users, pregnant substance abusers, non-pregnant injection drug users, all others. For more information about Bristlecone services, contact: Bristlecone's Social Model Detox, Residential & Outpatient Treatment Facility 704 Mill Street Reno, NV 89502 Main: (775) 954-1400 Fax: (775) 954-1406 Directions: From I-80, take the McCarran Blvd. exit and head south on McCarran Blvd. It is located on the right, in a large white building just past E. Greg St. Bristlecone's Adult & Family Drug Court 888 W. Second Street Reno, NV 89503 Main: (775) 333-7877 Fax: (775) 333-7874 Bristlecone's Mailing Address Bristlecone Family Resources P.O. Box 52230 Sparks, NV 89435 Reno Triangle Club AA Meetings Reno/Sparks: (775) 324-7977, 635 S. Wells Ave., Reno, NV 89502 Call for locations and daily meeting schedules. Sierra Sage Region of Narcotics Anonymous Reno/Sparks: (775) 322-7811 Call for locations and daily meeting schedules. The Life Change Center The Life Change Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been providing recovery services for heroin and prescription medication abuse concerns since 1999. Reno: Monday to Friday: 6am-12:45pm (closed 10:30-11am for lunch) Saturday: 6-9:45am Sunday: Closed Carson City: Monday to Friday: 6am-12pm Saturday: 6-9:45am Sunday: Closed Website Quest Counseling & Consulting Quest Counseling & Consulting Inc. specializes in outpatient adolescent substance abuse services. They also provide outpatient substance abuse and mental health counseling for adults. 3500 Lakeside Court, Suite 101, Reno (775) 786-6880 Website New Frontier Treatment Center New Frontier Treatment Center provides substance abuse treatment services to individuals and their families. It is their priority to incorporate best practices, and to offer research-based, effective drug, alcohol and gambling addiction treatment to Nevadans of all ages. 1490 Grimes Street, Fallon(775) 423-1412 Website Clothing & Housewares Savers Thrift Stores Two Reno/Sparks locations offering a variety of merchandise at very reasonable prices. Men’s and women’s clothing starting at $2. They also have household goods, used books and children's needs. Locations: 2350 Oddie Blvd., Sparks, (775) 359-4244 3800 S. Kietzke Lane, Reno, (775) 284-4350 Walmart Several Reno locations with good prices on new clothing, home furnishings, linens, groceries, etc. Locations are listed below: 5260 West 7th Street, (775) 624-2000 2425 East 2nd Street, (775) 359-8200 4855 Kietzke Lane, (775) 829-8088 General Information Bus Pass RTC 4th Street Station, 280 N Center St, Reno, NV 89501Website Daily, weekly and monthly passes are available from RTC. Bus passes make frequent riding more economical and easier because you don't need to carry exact change. (24-hour, 7-day and 31-day passes). They allow you an unlimited number of rides during a specific time period. Seven-day and 31-day passes are activated at the time of first use, and expire at midnight on the last day. For example, you can buy a seven-day pass on Friday, use it for the first time on Monday and it will be valid for a week, expiring the following Sunday at midnight.10-ride passes are valid for 10 rides and 24-hour passes expire 24-hours after activation. Passes are not transferable or replaceable and all sales are final. The best buys are the 10 rides for $17 or the 31-day pass for $70. You can purchase from machines located in the station buildings that take debit cards or cash. You can also get an RTC System Map and Schedule Book for $0.50 at the front counter in the 4th Street Station North Building. This is a must-have if you rely on RTC for your transportation needs. Check their site for routes, schedules and updates. National Reentry Resource Council Great information for former prisoners seeking employment, housing, food stamps, veteran medical care, student financial aid and federal bonding. Visit their website Nevada Urban Indians Offering a variety of services for the local Native population. Contact them through their website, call (775) 788-7600, or check out their Facebook page. Northern Nevada General Information: Call 211 Healthcare There isn't much medical, dental, or mental health treatment available for free. Consider registering for Medicaid through: Access to Healthcare Access to Healthcare Network is a non-profit organization connecting Nevadans who need affordable healthcare with providers and services. Since 2007, we have offered the Medical Discount Program (MDP) as well as federally funded health programs, and other community services designed for low and moderate income Nevadans.1-877-385-2345 Website Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (NNAMHS) is a comprehensive, community-based, mental health system supported by an acute care psychiatric inpatient hospital. Outpatient services include counseling, medication clinics and case management. Services are provided on a sliding scale.(775) 688-2001 480 Galletti Way, Sparks, NV 89431Online information Nevada Dept. of Health and Human Services 4055 S. Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511(775) 687-1900 Website Northern Nevada HOPES Northern Nevada HOPES is a non-profit community health center in downtown Reno that offers integrated medical care and wellness services. Services include adult and pediatric primary care, chronic disease management, wellness and nutrition, behavioral health counseling, substance use counseling, case management, a pharmacy and more. A one-stop-shop healthcare model reduces barriers to care and increases the likelihood of maintaining long-term health. HOPES accepts most insurance plans, Medicaid, Medicare and the uninsured. For the uninsured, we offer discounted services based on a sliding fee scale. 580 W 5th Street, Reno, NV 89503(775) 786-4673 Website Housing/Food/Crisis Support Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada and St. Vincent's Offering a variety of services for those needing emergency services. Contact them through their website or visit St. Vincent's Food Pantry at 500 E. 4th Street, Reno, Monday through Saturday from 9am to 6pm. St. Vincent's Dining Room is also open Monday through Saturday for free meals. Reno Crisis Call Center: (775) 784-8090 Reno Community Assistance Center A Volunteers of America operation providing: Family Shelter: (775) 322-9574 Men's Shelter: (775) 329-4141 Women's Shelter: (775) 329-8811 Salvation Army Offering a food pantry and thrift shop at multiple locations. Hours and services vary, so call ahead. These locations are: 1925 Sutro St., Reno, NV - (775) 688-4588 2300 Valley Road, Reno, NV - (775) 688-4559 125 Gentry Way Reno, NV - (775) 284-4702 180 Winnie Lane, Carson City, NV - (775) 885-1898 ID Support Driver’s License—Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Location: 305 Galletti Way Reno, NV 89512-3824 8am-5pm M-F, 8am-4pm Sat.(775) 684-4368 You will need a valid state photo ID - your Nevada Department of Corrections ID will work as long as you have the other required documents, including a certified copy of your birth certificate, your social security card or other IDs as listed in the DMV's handbook or on their website. Social Security Card —Reno Social Security Office Location 4055 S. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89502 Website Hours: Social Security Office Hours : MON: 9am - 4pm TUES: 9am - 4pm WED: 9am - 4pm THUR: 9am - 4pm FRI: 9am - 4pm SAT & SUN: CLOSED Get there early; by 9am, there will be a line extending into the parking lot. You should visit the Social Security website for information on identification required for services, forms you will need to complete, and types of services available. You can also schedule an appointment online. Don't bother calling their phone number; a recording will tell you the hours and suggest you go online and search for whatever you need to accomplish. Parole and Probation The Parole and Probation Department of the Nevada Department of Public Safety is responsible for the supervision of ex-felons. Those who have been imprisoned should visit their parole or probation officer as quickly as possible upon release; they should make it their first stop. Their offices are located at 475 Valley Road, Reno, NV 89512. This is just off of 4th Street, a block from the Reno Transit Center's 4th Street Station, between Evans and Wells Ave. They may call and ask to speak with the Duty Officer or the parole/probation officer if known by name by calling (775) 684-2300. Ex-felons are advised to please get off on the right foot with the parole/probation officer. This is a relationship that can work for or against them.