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Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) 1999 Exemplary Program Initiative: The Salvation Army, Las Vegas, NV
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In a city synonymous with glitz and glamour, The Salvation Army of Las Vegas, Nevada, is well known for its compassion. The Salvation Army has been in operation in the Las Vegas/Clark County area since 1945, and has operated its PATH program for the past six years. Because of its dedication to homeless people with serious mental illnesses and the array of services it offers at one location, Kevin Crowe of the Nevada Division of Mental Health & Developmental Services nominated The Salvation Army as a PATH exemplary program for FY 1999.

"Salvation Army Las Vegas programs are truly community-based," Crowe said. "I'm always impressed with their efforts to attend our training and invite us to their many programs and services. They are an unbelievable asset to Nevada." (PATH)
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