State of Nevada Displaced Homemakers Program

Serving homemakers forced back into the workforce due to a change in family financial support.

Centers provide the following:

  • Career counseling to include assessment of skills, development of employment goals and career planning.
  • Courses of instruction to assist the participant in seeking and retaining employment including seeking employment, contacting employers, completion of applications, writing resumes, effective interviewing and communication, appropriate employment conduct, work habits and conflict resolution.
  • Regular informational group meetings.
  • Education and counseling services relating to health and obtaining payment for health care.
  • Services related to financial management.

Referrals to appropriate agencies in the community for the following:

  • Addiction, personal counseling, legal assistance, child care and programs of secondary and post-secondary education including programs for career and technical education, English as a second language and improving reading ability.

NV Relay 711 or 800-326-6868
An equal opportunity employer/program.
Auxiliary aids and services available on request by individuals with disabilities