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
battlebornhousingplus@ccsnn.org

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

1815 &1835 Montello Street
Reno, NV 89512

(775) 284-8387
nstering@nationsfinest.org



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 CrossRoads@washoecounty.us. As of July 1, 2021, Catholic Charities no longer has an affiliation with CrossRoads.

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