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Our FAQ page is a helpful resource to learn more about Opportunity Village’s programs and services that support people with disabilities in Southern Nevada to find jobs, live independently, and participate in their community.

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To qualify for services at Opportunity Village you must have a Document of Disability and be over the age of 18. Each individual requesting services will go through an intake assessment process to determine the appropriate funding level and program placement. All individuals seeking program placement will also be referred to the Desert Regional Center (DRC) or the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation. Start by contacting us.

Several factors determine the cost, varying by program and available funding sources. Each individual seeking program placement will also be referred to the Desert Regional Center (DRC) or the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation to access financial support.

Our pre-vocational services help grow job and life skills to prepare individuals for employment while our employment services help match a person’s unique skills, abilities and interests to a fulfilling job.

Yes, Opportunity Village Assessments has been evaluating job readiness in Southern Nevada for over 10 years. The organization runs Situational Work Assessments at all four Opportunity Village Campuses across the Valley. Learn more here.

Whether you have a flair for the dramatic arts or like to work with your hands in sculpture or paint, we have a little something for nearly every creative interest. You can learn more about our Fine and Performing Arts program here.

We are happy to provide some youth programs and services including: Very Important Arts Program, Job Discovery Program, and Applied Behavior Analysis for Autism Screening.

You can find our current job openings and explore hiring events on our Careers page.

Thank you for considering donating to Opportunity Village. We have a few ways you can contribute and get involved:

We have many opportunities for you to lend your talents to help support our mission including roles at special events, in our office, the Opportunity Village Thrift Store. We even have virtual roles available for individuals and groups. Learn more and search for current opportunities here.

The “Love” (or “Heart” license plates as they are sometimes called) are available at the Nevada DMV when you register or renew your vehicle. Learn more about how to get yours today here.

Depending on the level of care needed, we’ll help you choose between our PRIDE and Enable programs. Start by contacting us to discuss enrollment options.

If you’re curious about living at one of our residences, you can learn more and apply here.