Nevada Youth Empowerment Project

Rating: 4.69 stars   13 reviews

Issues: Children & Youth, Health, Homeless & Housing

Location: 2030 West 6th Street Reno NV 89503 USA

Mission: Nevada Youth Empowerment Project provides residential and out patient programming and education to prepare willing older youth for independent self sufficient living.
Results: Approximately 60 young women have lived at NYEP. We have 7 "successful" graduates, meaning they moved out as planned. We are however communicating with young women who lived at NYEP and left abruptly but benefited from out programming, none-the-less. We are in the process of collecting a survey monkey from all of the young women we've ever served to see where they are with: employment, housing, school and current needs. Check out our website for more info!
Target demographics: older female youth become self sufficient
Direct beneficiaries per year: 15 older girls, 5 agencies and 3 service clubs.
Geographic areas served: Northern Nevada
Programs: housing, food, clothing, daily needs, adult supervision/guidance, success skills training, performance monitoring, parental support, resource assistance, professional mentors, opportunities to apply new skills, transition help, etc.
2013 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 26-1118584
775-747-2073
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Rating: 5 stars  

NYEP is a well-run organization providing essential life services to young women. I've known of this organization for several years and have watched it grown and flourish. Proud to be a fan of this organization, and proud to watch it grow!

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Definitely

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Life-changing

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2013

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