Wraparound Services



ATAP (Autism Treatment Assistance Program): Aging and Disability Services Division

To apply: (702) 668-3271


ATAP was created to assist parents and caregivers with the expensive cost of providing Autism-specific treatments to their child with ASD. ATAP is a statewide program that provides temporary assistance and funding to pay for evidence-based treatment such as, but not limited to, Applied Behavior Analysis. Must be under 20 to qualify for services.


Autism Speaks

Voice: (888) 288-4762


Resource Guide: www.autismspeaks.org/resource-guide


Building upon the legacy of three leading Autism organizations. Autism Coalition for Research and Education (ACRE), the National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR), and Cure Autism Now (CAN), Autism Speaks has made extraordinary advancements in the Autism community.


Chief among these are increased global awareness of Autism, better understanding of the breadth of the Autism spectrum, and advocacy to increase research and access to care and support.


Families for Effective Autism Treatment of Southern Nevada (F.E.A.T.)

7055 Windy Street, Ste. B
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Voice: (702) 368-3328


FEAT is a non-profit organization of parents and professionals, designed to help families with children who have received a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), including Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), or Asperger’s Syndrome. They offer a support network where families can meet each other and discuss issues surrounding Autism and treatment options.


Grant a Gift Autism Foundation

630 S. Rancho Drive, Ste. D
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Voice: (702) 564-2453
Fax: (702) 527-5353

Website: www.grantagiftfoundation.org


In partnership with the UNLV Ackerman Center, Grant a Gift offers clinical services, vocational programs, and family services. Some of the services include: Neuropsychological assessments and treatment, developmental behavior pediatrics, Early Start Denver Model (early intervention for 12-48 months of age), speech language pathology, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, Building Up and Developing Social Skills (BUDS, 6-12 years of age), Teen BUDS (ages 12-22), and daily living skills.



7055 Windy Street, Ste. B
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Voice: (702) 368-3328

Website: www.lvsportsocial.com

Email: Info@lvsportsocial.com


All of the services offered at Sport-Social are specifically designed to support the development of social and behavioral skills in young people with Autism and other disabilities. We offer a variety of lesson environments to meet the individual needs of each learner. It is based on reinforcing desired behavior(s), and providing no reinforcement for undesired behaviors.

Program Includes:

  • 1:1 Lessons
  • Social Skills Lessons
  • School Sports
  • Art
  • Camp
  • Parties and Events at the facility catered to those with an ASD diagnosis


Summit Autism Services

9163 W. Flamingo Road, Ste. 100
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Voice: (702) 350-9791
Fax: (866) 611-9495

Website: www.summitautism.com

Email: info@summitautism.com


Summit Autism Services is an organization committed to the treatment of children with special needs, using empirically validated methods and strategies in order to assist each child in reaching his/her highest potential, and improving their quality of life.


Using evidence-based practices on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), our professionals collaborate with each family to develop and implement individualized treatment plans. They specialize in comprehensive early intervention (ages 0-5) programs and use evidence-based practices to target skill deficits and behavioral excesses for children with the diagnosis of ASD.


In addition to language, behavioral, and education programming, we focus on the needs of the family and its fundamental role in the success of our treatment programs. We are dedicated to providing each family with customized support and training using the principles of ABA, while adhering to the ethical and professional guidelines set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB), the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), and the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA).


UNLV Ackerman Autism Center

630 S. Rancho Drive, Ste. A
Las Vegas, NV 89166
Voice: (702) 998-9505



  • Diagnostic teams in developmental pediatrics, genetics, neuropsychology, speech
  • Pediatric primary care for families with children with autism and neurodevelopmental challenges
  • Medication management
  • Care management, psychological follow-up services, and social service navigation for every family
  • Individualized behavioral programs and services
  • The Early Start Denver Model and Social Skills and vocational training for children, teens and young adults
  • Parental education and support groups
  • Sibling support groups and activities
  • Volunteer opportunities and training


Coping Skills and Strategies

Crisis Resourses

Desert Regional Center

Developmental Disability Resources

Best Buddies (BBNV)

500 N. Rainbow Blvd., Ste. 314
Las Vegas, NV 89107
Voice: (702) 822-2268

Email: BBNV@bestbuddies.org

Website: www.bestbuddies.org


Services Include:

Integrated Employment-Jobs Program: Earn own income, pay taxes, and continuously and independently support themselves.


One-to-One Friendships Program;
Build relationships through school and community friendship programs that provide socialization opportunities.

Program includes middle and high schools, Best Buddies, colleges, community citizens, and e-buddies.


Nevada Disability Advocacy & Law Center (NDALC)

2820 W. Charleston Blvd., Ste. 11
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Voice: (702) 257-8150
Toll Free: (888) 349-3843
TDD/TTY: (702) 257-8160

Website: www.NDALC.org


NDALC is Nevada’s federally mandated protection and advocacy system for the human, legal, and service rights of persons with disabilities. NDALC is a non-profit law center providing legal and advocacy services to individuals with physical and/or mental disabilities and SSI or SSDI beneficiaries interested in entering the workplace. NDALC also provides assistance in obtaining assistive technology devices and services. There is no charge for advocacy and legal services.
**English and Spanish services available.


Desert Regional Center

1391 S. Jones Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89149
Voice: (702) 486-6200
Fax: (702) 486-6334
Intake Office: (702) 486-7850


Provides family support services to children and adults with developmental disabilities.


  • Case management
  • Respite care
  • Medication management
  • In-home training
  • Clinical assessments
  • Counseling.


The agency also provides for a continuum of vocational and supported employee training.
All ages


Nevadans for Equal Access

3831 Dexter Way
Las Vegas, NV 89115
Voice: (702) 399-5361


Nevadans for Equal Access is a coalition under the Clark County Legal Services to provide Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access guidelines for businesses and individuals. Complaints (written and verbal) are investigated by members, and compliance is sought from property owners who are in violation of the ADA. Compliance issues include (but are not limited to): Handicapped parking, access in recreational facilities, and private and public access issues. There is no fee for services.
**English and Spanish services available.


Office of Disability Service/DHHS

3656 Research Way, Suite S-32
Carson City, NV 89706
Toll free: (888) 337-3839
TDD/TTY: (775) 687-4452
Fax: (775) 687-3292


The Office of Disability Services coordinates disability services throughout the state of Nevada, including the Las Vegas area. Programs include developmental disabilities service, independent living services, supported housing, home loans, purchase of medical equipment, respite care, in-home personal assistance, deaf services, assistive technology, brain injury rehabilitation, and equipment needs assistance.
All ages and disabilities


Nevada Early intervention Services (NEIS)

1161 S. Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Voice: (702) 486-7670
Toll Free: (800) 522-0066

Website: www.dpbh.nv.gov

Email: Projectassist@dhhs.nv.gov



Opportunity Village

6300 W. Oakey Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Voice/TDD: (702) 259-3700
Fax: (702) 259-3734

Website: www.opportunityvillage.org


Opportunity Village is a private, not-for-profit vocational and employment training program for adults with mental retardation and associated disabilities. Services include vocational training, rehabilitation services, advocacy, supported employment, NISH enclaves, and transitional employment services. Opportunity Village also provides relocation support to families of people with disabilities.
Target population: 14 years old to retirement.


People First of Nevada
Southern Nevada Chapter
Nevada University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Vista Self-Advocacy Project
5800 Half-Moon Bay
Las Vegas, NV 89108
Voice: (702) 240-8004
Fax: (702) 396-8759

Email: Sperez950@aol.com


People First is a self-advocacy organization run by people with developmental differences. Chapters meet monthly to learn about self-advocacy, self-determination, rights and responsibilities, skills to increase independence, and legislative testimony and advocacy to create positive systemic changes for those with disabilities in Nevada.


State of Nevada Client Assistance Program
2800 E. St. Louis
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Voice: (702) 486-6688
Fax: (702) 486-6691

Website: www.NVDETR.org


The Client Assistance Program provides information about all services under the Rehabilitation Act and about all benefits under the employment discrimination section of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The program also provides mediation, advocacy or representation regarding appeals or determinations made by vocational rehabilitation or independent living agencies. Target population: disabled individuals of working age; individuals seeking or receiving services under the Rehabilitation Act.


Southern Nevada Center for Independent Living (SNCIL)
2950 S. rainbow Blvd., Ste. 220
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Voice/TDD/TTY: (702) 889-4216
Nevada Relay: 711
Toll Free: (800) 870-7003
Fax: (702) 889-4574

Email: sncil@sncil.org

Website: www.sncil.org


SNCIL offers services to individuals with significant disabilities, whose disability is creating a barrier toward independent living in the family, community, or environment.


  • Information and referrals
  • Basic independent living skills training
  • Advocacy
  • Benefits Counseling
  • Adaptive Equipment
  • SSI-SSDA Back-to-work benefits
  • Housing and transportation guidance and information
  • ADA Technical Assistance
  • Public Awareness and community education


University of Nevada, Las Vegas Disability Resource Center
4505 S. Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89154-2015
Voice: (702) 895-0866
Fax: (702) 895-0651

Email: drc@unlv.edu


Campus Location: Student Services Complex – Building A (SSC-A), Room 143


Students with disabilities may experience barriers that put them at an unfair advantage compared with classmates without disabilities. Accommodations include any service, equipment, or special arrangement that decreases barriers to education that may exist as a result of their disability. Services include; Alternate media services, assistive technology services, communication access and deaf services, note taking services, testing accommodations, and other requested accommodations.


Food Services

Grief and Bereavement

Health and Hygiene

Hearing and Visual Impairment


Hearing Impairment


Deaf Centers of Nevada
Southern Nevada Office
2575 Westwind Road, Ste. C
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Voice?TTY: (702) 363-3323
Fax: (702) 685-0324
VP: (702) 475-4751


Northern Nevada Office
999 Pyramid Way
Sparks, NV 89431
Voice?TTY: (775) 355-8994
Fax: (775) 355-8996
VP: (775) 434-0290

Website: www.dhharc.org

For voice service: Dial 711 and ask to be connected to TTY number


DHHARC offers statewide services and information to deaf, hard of hearing, speech-impaired, families and the general public on important issues and services related to:
Direct consumer assistance and advocacy, educational support services, school-to-school/work transition, interpreting services and sign language programs, English and ASL translation, communication technology, video relay and online services, workshops and trainings, employment access/ADA, and a resource loaner library. The agency also distributes telecommunications devices to eligible participants and maintains a current interpreter list for distribution.



Visual Impairment


BlindConnect (Angela’s House Project)
(Located in the RTC Mobility Center)
5165 W. Sunset Road
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Voice: (702) 631-9009

Email: contact@blindconnect.org


Blindconnect offers Nevada’s only blindness skills training center, a safe and supportive place where individuals can process their new reality. Angela’s House aims to create and establish a Nevada person-centered training facility for the blind and visually impaired, and prepare individuals and families to live independently with access to services, education, and recreation.
Skills include:

  • Daily living (cooking, cleaning, money and house management)
  • Orientation and Mobility (cane travel training)
  • Technology (accessibility with computers and mobile devices)
  • Benefits Counseling
  • Personal care
  • Communication and advocacy
  • Coping and adjustment
  • Braille training

Housing Assistance

Immigration Services

Internet/Communication Services

Medicaid Resources

Mental/Behavioral Health

Parenting Assistance

Resource Guides

Self Care

Social Emotional Lessons and Resources

Teacher's Health Trust