Battle Born Housing Plus in Reno and Northern Nevada

Crossroads Housing Program

Battle Born Housing Plus Overview

For over thirty years, Catholic Charities has provided low-income housing through its St Vincent’s Residences for those seeking a supported, sober living environment. Residents of our Battle Born Housing Plus program receive wraparound support services aimed at helping them on their journey to economic equality and the realization of a meaningful and purposeful life.

Battle Born Housing Plus locations in Reno

St. Vincent’s Sober Living Community
Congregate Living and Studio Apartments

395 Gould Street
Reno, NV 89502

(775) 224-1507

St. Vincent’s Park House
Veteran’s Housing offered through Nation’s Finest

1815 &1835 Montello Street
Reno, NV 89512

(775) 284-8387

Battle Born Housing Plus is a sober community for low-income individuals who need wraparound services to address their needs for both short and long-term stability.

Residents are enrolled in a program that offers housing and associated wrap-around services including case management, substance abuse counseling, onsite drug and alcohol testing, behavioral health support, employment support/work opportunities, and other tools to help each resident establish a new, more productive path in life.

Residents work with a care coordinator to determine an individualized support plan that includes onsite drug and alcohol testing, individual and small group substance use and behavioral health counseling, connection with the onsite peer-to-peer support network, and employment support.

Battle Born Housing Plus has a 44 bed congregate living space with rooms that accommodate either two or three individuals along with shared kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry facilities. The property also houses 28 next-step, low-income studio apartments.

Residents of Battle Born Housing Plus are surrounded by a live-in network that aims to help them establish healthy relationships, a sense of community, and improved life, and social skills.

If you are seeking information on the WCHSA CrossRoads program, please contact As of July 1, 2021, Catholic Charities no longer has an affiliation with CrossRoads.

Activities performed by our community health workers are provided through the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health by grant number 1 NH75OT000092-01-00 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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