Nonprofit Housing Developer Announces Goal for 1,000 New Housing Units For Homeless in Las Vegas

Longtime Las Vegas Nonprofit Housing Developer Announces a New and Innovative Initiative and Aggressive Goal for 1,000 New Housing Units to House Previously Homeless People with Special Needs in The Las Vegas valley
By: SHARE/Veterans Village
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LAS VEGAS - Sept. 18, 2016 - PRLog -- WHAT:

In May of 2015 local philanthropist and developer Dr. Arnold Stalk announced his comprehensive plan to house homeless and disadvantaged United States Veterans on three sites, in downtown Las Vegas with 376 living units, and access to critical intensive supportive services.  With the recent commitments to Veterans Village from Steven Jackson formerly of the New England Patriots and Las Vegas Casino Executive Steve Wynn,  the vision to increase the goal to 1000 units is now attainable.

Dr. Arnold Stalk is the founder of SHARE a nonprofit developer that has been developing housing for special needs demographics, since 1983 with over $800,000,000 in built projects throughout the United States. Special needs housing villages to be developed in Las Vegas for:

· US Veterans (326 units open)

· Homeless Families with children

· Chronically mentally ill people

·  Single room occupancy

·  People with HIV/AIDS

·  LGBTQ Community

Arnold Stalk PhD quote:

"The single most cause of chronic poverty and homelessness in the United States is the lack of special needs housing with intensive supportive services. This a very aggressive and comprehensive plan that we are embarking on and I am confident that we can reach this goal of 1,000 units with the help of my public and private sector partners, collaborations and support from our friends in the Las Vegas valley. I am not waiting any longer to see people suffer living in the streets tunnels, hillsides, in cars and in overcrowded housing conditions.  The time to take action is now".

Development for each of these areas has been made possible through public/private collaborations in communities across the country.  Currently Dr. Stalk/SHARE is seeking additional parcels in the Las Vegas Valley to expand his comprehensive plan to meet the goal of 1000 units to house people in need.

Site Locations-Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada

The sites are located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada (DTLV).   DTLV is undergoing a robust and expansive redevelopment renaissance.  The sites are located in three different neighborhoods and will enhance the housing stock and blend into each particular neighborhood context.

Current sites undergoing development include:

Veterans Village #1

1150 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Unit mix:
TOTAL: 122 efficiency units

Veterans Village #2

50 N. 21st Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Unit mix:
TOTAL: 204 mini suites

Veterans Village #3

2304-2408 Tam Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
One & two bedroom 10 plexes
One vacant site for 10 plex development
TOTAL: 50 units

SHARE/Veterans Village Mission Statement

Veterans Village is dedicated to the creation of an environment that is home to United States Veterans. This is a unique and innovative approach to holistic and comprehensive housing with 24/7/365 crisis intervention center intensive support services. Public and private collaborative partnerships have been created to provide supplies and services to residents including housing, medical and mental health services, employment training, referrals and placements, food pantry/nutrition programs and transportation to the VA Hospital and primary care clinics.

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Dr. Arnold Stalk, PhD, Founder Veterans Village / SHARE
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