335 Record Street, #155
Reno, NV 89512
Mon - Fri
8am - 12pm + 1pm - 5pm
"I have found reason through ReStart to start a new life."
"ReStart saved my life by giving me and my children our housing and help."
"ReStart has helped me take responsibility and find the right direction to rebuild my life."
ReStart is an umbrella organization offering a myriad of professional services for families, seniors and people with disabilities. All of our programs are designed to reduce and prevent homelessness, increase self-sufficiency and stabilize individuals and families to build a secure and stable future.
ReStart's Mental Health Support Center offers clinical and non-clinical services for eligible individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and have a mental illness.
Clinical services include:
Non-clinical components ensure that individual and their families receive access to all the available resources and include:
Permanent Supportive Housing is provided as a component to ReStart's Mental Health Support Center Program. Housing subsidies are provided at scattered sites within the community while participants have full access to services as listed above.
The supportive housing service ensures this underserved population remains stable in the community while working towards maximum self-sufficiency.
ReStart provides crisis intervention and stabilization services for Washoe County residents who are in a family, people with a long-term disability, seniors over 60 and individuals with HIV/AIDS and others who are at risk of becoming homeless.
The Homeless Prevention Program offers deposit, rent or utility assistance. Participants meet with a case manager to address the root causes of their housing crisis and plan for long-term needs. Those who do not receive funding are offered case management services. When funds are available, ReStart provides temporary, on-going rental assistance to maintain the households current housing arrangement.
This critical prevention program helps stop the flow of individuals and families into shelters and out onto the streets.