Reno, NV - 89502
(775) 329-4150

Office Hours

  • Monday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Saturday closed
  • Sunday closed

Domestic Violence Resource Center

CAAWs 24-hour hotline is (775) 329-4150.

Services Provided:

Emergency ShelterThe Emergency Shelter is located in a confidential location. Families who reside in the shelter may stay for up to 60-days while they work to find personal and economic self-sufficiency.

Shelter service priority is given to Washoe County residents.

For additional information on how to access this service, please call CAAW's 24-hour hotline at (775) 329-4150.

Children's ProgramThe Children's Program provides:

preventative education and services for young shelter residentsTransitional Housing ProgramCAAW's Transitional Housing Program provides up to 36 months of subsidized housing for families committed to breaking the cycle of intergenerational violence.

This structured, goal-oriented program provides staff support to individuals who have completed a residential program (like CAAW's Emergency Shelter program), have an income (i.e. employment, TANF, SSI, child support) and have made a commitment to live free from violence.

For additional information on how to access this service, please call CAAW's Director of Residential Programs during regular business hours at (775) 329-4150.

Emergency Transportation, Food and ClothingCAAW provides emergency transportation and food assistance to victims and survivors of domestic violence as funding is available.

Clothing assistance is also available to victims and survivors.

To access this service, please call CAAW's 24-hour hotline at (775) 329-4150.

Crisis Counseling and ReferralsIf you need to access any of CAAW's services and would like to discuss your options, please contact the 24-hour hotline at (775) 329-4150. 

Local resources and referrals are available as well as peer counseling.

Women's Support GroupsSupport groups for victims and survivors of domestic violence are available weekly in English and Spanish.

For additional information on dates, times and locations, please contact CAAW's 24-hour hotline.

Protection Order Office Washoe County CourthouseTheir Temporary Protection Order office offers information and assistance with the process, and a CAAW advocate will be with you all the way, offering support and information.

Click here for court services information.

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  • User   2020-10-22 09:56:49

    I'm a single mother of three little boys 10,11,&12 and have a mother that is 58 and is on 24 oxygen we are homeless as of Tuesday been on a neighbors couch it's time to go now.can u help my family and I with a place to go please.

  • User   2020-12-13 02:01:42

    Hi, I am in of some help and resources. I'm homeless and need a place to stay.

  • User   2023-08-13 06:41:56

    I was finally able to get away from my boyfriend and I called these guys they transferred me to speak with an advocate and she gave me some numbers to call for local shelters. I called a few places and when I found they were full or that I didn't meet the requirements, I called back to hopefully hear some good news about a safe place for myself and my two dogs for the night. She was condescending and asked personal questions which I understood but apparently I didn't answer correctly when I gave her the details and she all but said she didn't believe me and she chose not to offer me assistance, the last thing I wanted to do was feel belittled and be distrusted when I was scared and already uncomfortable asking for help.

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