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Children's Cabinet to open central Reno location

Thanks to an extremely generous donation from the Dixie Mae Foundation, the Children's Cabinet has purchased the building at 777 Sinclair Street where Sinclair splits off from Holcomb Avenue. Click for Map. This building will house an extension of the services Children's Cabinet provides, including a school, drop-in center and case management capabilities. This is exciting news for the downtown area, and will provide more immediate access to a downtown and Wells Avenue population that may require services like this nearby. The Children's Cabinet provides services like the following:

If you would like to know more about the services that will be offered at this new location, you can attend the upcoming Ward Three Neighborhood Advisory Board Meeting. There will be an Introduction of the Children’s Cabinet and services that will be provided at 777 Sinclair by Kathleen Sandoval and Mike
Pomi.

Also you can download/stream last Thursday's episode of Nevada Newsmakers where the purchasing of the building is discussed by Mike Pomi, Executive Director of Children's Cabinet.

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Posted by: nearby property owner - 8/21/2010 12:06:59 PM
So far cc has not started out being a good neighbor. A lot of your neighbors are casino workers that work all night and sleep during the day and your recent grand opening was unnessasarily noisy. first all kind of pipes being thrown around at 8am on a Saturday morning! Fri/sat is when we work the hardest and longest. second a loud announcer all day! Come on cc you could have at least notified your neighbors of what to expect so they could make appropriate arrangements we all hope your more considerate in the future we sure are!

Posted by: downtown neighbor - 3/12/2011 8:44:00 PM
IAll of your neighbors are rightfully upset with the current c.c. 's Practice of having groups of teens hanging around your parking lot and in front of our businesses and homes smoking and carrying on if you can't Provide an appropriate place to allow teens (probably under age) to take their smoke breaks you should never have moved here there is a community revolt quickly rising, petitions are circulating, law suits and negative media publicity likely to follow. You are trying to fit a square peg into a round hole, you can't Help underprivileged kids if it means destroying the quality of life of all your neighbors. No one should donate to this cause until you truly do assimilate appropriately in the neighborhood you have chosen to move into.

Posted by: downtown neighbor - 3/12/2011 8:46:18 PM
IAll of your neighbors are rightfully upset with the current c.c. 's Practice of having groups of teens hanging around your parking lot and in front of our businesses and homes smoking and carrying on if you can't Provide an appropriate place to allow teens (probably under age) to take their smoke breaks you should never have moved here there is a community revolt quickly rising, petitions are circulating, law suits and negative media publicity likely to follow. You are trying to fit a square peg into a round hole, you can't Help underprivileged kids if it means destroying the quality of life of all your neighbors. No one should donate to this cause until you truly do assimilate appropriately in the neighborhood you have chosen to move into.

 

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