Volunteer at WRRP. Email your

 request with resume attached to: 

 volunteering@wrrp.org or complete

 our volunteer application and fax it to:

 (702) 750-2147.





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WRRP offers two mental health programs: SED and NSED:



This program is offered to individuals (adolescents, children, and adults to include seniors) and to families receiving Nevada Medicaid and who suffer from severe emotional disorders (e.g., Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Bi-polar Disorder, Depression, Schizophrenia, dual diagnoses, addictions, etc.). Our outpatient mental health therapeutic and behavioral treatment services to Nevada Medicaid recipients are provided by clinically supervised mental health providers.


  • Non-severe emotional disorders (NSED program)              

           .  Peer-mentoring

Using CBT, to include a MRT version of it, our mentors teach evidence-based practices that help clients anticipate and cope with high-risk situations, as well as ways to respect the boundaries of others while protecting one’s own. The life-skills learned are accomplishments that help clients increase several levels of moral reasoning. For more information about this program contact us.




We provide men’s dress attire (name brand suits, sports coats, slacks, dress shirts, dress shoes, etc.) for our male clients who have shown a significant interest in bettering their life. Contact us today for more information.






Our Employment Network program serves eligible Social Security disability beneficiaries, called Ticket Holders, nationwide. We provide employment supportive services that afford Ticket Holders the opportunity and support to prepare for, obtain and retain career ladder jobs that will realistically enable them to leave and remain off of cash benefits. (One WRRP retention specialist--on right--gets her first ticket holder--on left--placed into gainful employment.) Click here to read more about how this program works.



Among our JRT programs, we offer a free Customer Service JRT program that young adults and healthy seniors can volunteer for or otherwise participate in. This JRT program offers skills applicable to the Food & Beverage Concession Service Industry. Although a current Nevada Health Card is required to participate in this program, participants who complete Cashiering-POS (16-hours), Sales Representative (2-hours), Food Preparation (5-hours), and Food Handler Health and Safety (4-hours) receive a Certificate of Achievement in Food & Beverage Concession Service Training.

For those participants who want to receive percentage-based stipends for volunteering to provide concession services at various arenas must complete the above noted JRT trainings.
Contact us today for more information.


Another JRT program we offer provides the initial and Nevada Medicaid mandatory 16-hour competency and in-services training, to include the CPR required competency.

Although this competency JRT program is not free, it is reasonably priced for individuals seeking to become Qualified Behavioral Aides and Qualified Mental Health Associates for the State of Nevada. Contact us today for more information.














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