The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center (VSRC) is a place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a resource and referral center for residents, visitors, and responders affected by the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The center is staffed by knowledgeable and caring professionals from Clark County, the state of Nevada, and other community partners to help people access resources to help them build strength and resiliency in the aftermath of this incident. The most requested services are counseling and spiritual care referrals, as well as information about financial assistance. If you or someone you love was affected by the shooting, we encourage you to contact us so we can help connect you with available services and resources.
We can be reached by phone at (702) 455-AIDE (2433), toll-free at (833) 299-AIDE (2433), or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our office is located at 2915 W Charleston Blvd, Ste 100, Las Vegas, NV 89102. Our services are free and confidential.
Our resiliency center is a resource for anyone affected by 1 October whether they live in Las Vegas or outside of our valley. The services you may be eligible for depend on how directly you were impacted. If you applied for assistance through the Nevada Victims of Crime Program you may be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by insurance. Applications for the program must have been received by Oct. 1, 2018.
The Vegas Resiliency Center is here to assist anyone who came into direct contact with victims of this incident including bystanders, first responders, hotel workers, taxi drivers and others who may have rendered aid or support in the aftermath of the shooting. One of the most requested services we offer is counseling. If you weren’t at the event and didn’t come into contact with a victim but are struggling emotionally, we also encourage you to reach out the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center. If you live outside the Las Vegas, will help you get connected to services in your area.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is located at 2915 W Charleston Blvd, Ste 100, Las Vegas, NV 89102. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, excluding holidays.
Our phone number is: (702) 455-2433 (AIDE) or toll-free at (833) 299-2433 (AIDE).
You also can contact us by email at: email@example.com.
Yes. The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center respects the privacy of the people it serves. We will honor your wishes when sharing information about your needs.
We certainly understand that it can be frustrating to fill out multiple applications. However, each agency has its own requirements and is responsible for maintaining information under separate rules and regulations.
We ask people seeking services through the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center to fill out our intake form because we are required to maintain records related to those we serve. We also want to have the ability to follow up with individual clients with specific information related to their cases. Information provided on the forms and to staff is confidential and will not be disseminated to other agencies without your permission.
Services provided include victim advocacy and support, case management, counseling and spiritual care referrals, and technical assistance with applying for online services including FBI Victim Assistance Services. Our partnering agencies include Clark County Social Service, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, Nevada Victims of Crime Program, Nevada Division of Child and Family Services, Clark County Department of Family Services, Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Victims Services Division.
Free legal services also are available, which include consultations and possible representation for issues involving insurance matters, medical billing problems, debt collection, housing and evictions, family law matters and other civil legal needs stemming from issues as a result of the shooting.
The FBI has collected and cataloged thousands of belongings left behind at the Route 91 Harvest Festival venue in Las Vegas. All requests for belongings lost at the festival site are being processed through FBI’s Victim Services Division. See this FBI Victims Assistance Resource page. Event attendees also can email inquiries to the FBI at LVFestivalAssist@fbi.gov.
Yes, the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center does have a limited Emergency Financial Assistance Program that can help with emergent needs while exploring long-term solutions. In addition, Nevada state government is a participant at the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center through the Nevada State Crime Victim Compensation Program. Staff from the Victims of Crime Program is available on site at the Resiliency Center to provide information about the program.
If you submitted an application to the Victims of Crime Program, funds may be available to reimburse victims of the shooting for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by insurance.
For more information about the Nevada Victims of Crime Program, please visit its website at: http://voc.nv.gov/.
Residents of California also may be eligible for additional benefits offered under the California Victims of Crime Program: http://victims.ca.gov/lasvegas/
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center and affiliated government agencies have no oversight or involvement in charitable fundraising efforts for victims of the 1 October music festival shooting.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center and affiliated government agencies have no oversight or involvement in charitable fundraising efforts for victims of the 1 October music festival shooting. Please visit the Victims of 1 October Fundraising Efforts section of our website for more information.
Individuals and organizations throughout our community and the world have reached out to support Las Vegas and the victims of 1 October in a multitude of ways. We are grateful for the outpouring of care, concern and compassion. The Resiliency Center is now managed and operated by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, and can accept financial donations to directly support 1 October survivors. To make a financial donation to the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, contact us at 702-455-6546, or email us with specific requests or inquiries at VegasStrongResiliencyCenter@ClarkCountyNV.gov.