The shelter has been designed to be a comfortable, home-like environment where individuals and families can heal while they develop the skills and secure the resources they need to move from the protection of the program back to a home of their own without violence. 


The rotating photos provide a glimpse into the different units in the apartment style shelter. The shelter doesn’t just provide a bed, it is a program with expectations, guidelines and supervision. If remaining in their own home or staying with family or friends is not a safe choice, then the emergency shelter may be an option. 


The first step to exploring the option of the emergency shelter is to contact AEDV’s 24/7 crisis line and speak with an Advocate. The Advocate will conduct an assessment to aid in determining if shelter is an appropriate resource. AEDV provides a low-barrier approach to accessing the shelter. If shelter is not a safe option, the Advocate will provide other resources.


Upon admission to the program, the Client Resource Coordinator conducts an intact and working with the on-site shelter manager, arranges for needed food, consumable and clothing items. Families are provided their own room while individuals may share a bedroom.    


AEDV shelter program can range from one night of emergency stay to five months. During that time, the program works individually with clients to assist in setting short- and long-term goals structured to secure training, education, employment, community resources, childcare, transportation and housing. 


AEDV is a client-centered agency that respects and honors each individual’s path and encourages them to use their strengths in attaining personal empowerment.



Unit 1 Kitchen (stove) (2)
Unit 2 Kitchen (stove)
Unit 3 Kitchen (sink) (2)
Unit 1 LivingRoom (tv)
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24-Hour Crisis Hotline: (775) 883-7654

Office Hours:
7:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
Advocates to End Domestic Violence
PO Box  2529
Carson City, NV 89702
Phone: (775) 883-7654
Fax: (775) 883-0364
Advocates to End Domestic Violence is committed to protecting the clients' privacy and understands the importance of safeguarding personal health information. We are required by federal law to maintain the privacy of personal, health and mental health information that identifies the client or that could be used to identify client (known as “Protected Health Information”). We provide a written copy of this privacy notice to any individual who asks. 

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