We are closed February 28th due to weather. All in-person appointments are cancelled except for telehealth.

HOPES is Expanding!

To do our part in breaking down barriers to accessing health care in Nevada, HOPES is building more exam rooms beginning in June.

As a part of our new expansion, the administrative staff are moving offsite on June 4th. The new administrative location is about a mile away at 245 E. Liberty Street. Over the summer, construction will begin on the 3rd floor to add more Behavioral Health (BH) counseling rooms. At the same time, the 2nd-floor BH Wellness pod will convert to exam rooms so more medical services can be offered. Construction is scheduled to be completed sometime this fall.

The additional exam and counseling rooms will allow for the addition of 12 full-time BH and medical providers, and expand HOPES’ capacity to allow 12,000 more visits over the next fiscal year.

Your continued support helped grow our capacity to provide affordable behavioral health and medical services to neighbors in need. Thank you!

In the meantime, we’ll keep you updated on the progress.

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