SOZO Family Services, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Southern Nevada that is dedicated to providing individuals and families with counseling, guidance, services and information they need to strengthen themselves and their relationships.
Our goal is to strengthen families, neighborhoods and the community through programs that promote family wellness, economic stability and social responsibility. We accomplish this through family assessments and family goal planning, while helping provide basic necessities and assistance where it is needed.
We provide services and resources to families that help promote self-esteem, build confidence and encourage emotional well-being.
“No matter what you’ve done for yourself or for humanity, if you can’t look back on having given love and attention to your own family, what have you really accomplished?”
Southern Nevada is a community that cares about one another, but there is a great need for more services and programs that support the individuals and families who live, play and grow here. Did you know, according to the Department of Commerce, 21.2 % of the U.S. population is on welfare programs (not including individuals enrolled in Medicaid) and that the total amount of money you can make monthly and still receive some form of welfare is around $1,000?
According to Talk Poverty, there are nearly 400,000 individuals who are homeless in Nevada. So how do we not only help these people but help create a healthier community?
SOZO Family Services provides programs and services to individuals of all ages, income, background, and diversity. Its focus is to strengthen families, neighborhoods, and the community through programs that promote familial and individual wellness plans, economic stability, and social responsibility. This is accomplished through assessment, goal planning and providing basic needs so that families and individuals successfully reach social and emotional goals.
By providing services and programs to individuals and families in need we can help them to successfully become a positive member in society. Did you know, according to the national census, 75% of individuals living in poverty who received benefits from the government participated between 37 and 48 months? Our programs and services are designed to help individuals and families learn and grow in a way that makes them self-sufficient.