Programs at a Glance
Updated March 16th
St. Vincent’s Dining Room
The St. Vincent’s Dining Room will be handing out meals in to go boxes. We will ask our clients to practice social distancing for the safety of all.
St. Vincent’s Food Pantry
The Food Pantry is open and steps have been implemented to ensure social distancing while still allowing us to serve clients.
Immigration Assistance Program
The Immigration Assistance Program is closed to walk in clients. We will only be serving clients via phone. If you would like to schedule an appointment, you may do so by calling 775-393-3877 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Resource Hub is also closed to walk in clients. We will be handling all inquiries via phone. If you need assistance, please call (775) 322-7073 ext. 330.
The St. Vincent’s Dining Room is Reno’s oldest "soup kitchen" welcoming all who are hungry in our community. The dining room serves a free hot cafeteria-style lunch daily to over 400 people each day.
The St. Vincent’s Food Pantry is the largest food pantry in Nevada, serving more than 15,000 people each month. We offer non-perishable, canned and packaged food products to individuals and families in need at no cost.
St. Vincent's Resource Hub
Our St. Vincent’s Resource Hub houses our case management services, benefit enrollment services, and our emergency support services. All services are provided free of charge.
Our immigration assistance program helps clients find and fund a legal pathway to citizenship. We assist people with obtaining legal permanent residency, temporary protective status, employment authorization, U non-immigrant status, and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Battle Born Housing Plus
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.
Thriving Families Support Center
Services offered through our Thriving Families Support Center focus on mitigating the root causes of poverty, which include a lack of affordable housing, scarcity of food, neighborhood inequalities, unemployment/low wage jobs, and other challenges our clients navigate on a daily basis.