What if I have a Title VI complaint?

Lend A Hand of Boulder City operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Lend A Hand

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What does it cost for services?

Lend A Hand of Boulder City is a donation-based organization, with no cost to our clients. Our volunteers offer envelopes to our clients during service to use if they choose to make donations or contribute feedback. Donations are appreciated but not required.

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What are your service hours?

Most services are provided during weekday “business” hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).; however, sometimes our clients need assistance before or after “business” hours, or even on weekends. We will always try to provide the requested service during times or days needed.

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Can I help contract your services from another location as I live in a different city from the person needing care?

Yes. We have clients whose relatives live elsewhere and help make the arrangements for care. With the client’s consent, relatives can assist their loved ones with setting up services. These same family members often provide information and donations to Lend A Hand of Boulder City on behalf of these new clients.

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Why should I trust Lend A Hand of Boulder City?

Our staff and volunteer service providers are Boulder City residents who care about the community. All of whom have been carefully screened (including police background checks) and trained. We receive feedback from clients and the community about our service, and we carefully pair our service providers with client needs. Lend A Hand of Boulder City

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What does Lend a Hand of Boulder City do?

We serve the residents of Boulder City which is a quaint small town of about 15,000 residents near Las Vegas. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for seniors (60+) and the disabled by providing escorted transportation and in-home services. Our service providers are trained volunteers from the community who donate their time

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