Women Infants and Children (WIC)

Nutrition Education  

We assist families by informing them on how to eat better and live a healthier lifestyle by providing creditable nutrition information that will lead to a change in their eating behaviors with the goal of ultimately contributing to a quality lifestyle, which will reduce the rates of obesity and chronic diseases.

The number one cause of death in America amongst men
and women is heart disease. We teach individuals how to take control of their lives by stopping smoking, increasing physical activity and learning how to prepare healthy foods.

Women Infants and Children (WIC)

Breastfeeding Instructions –

Our breastfeeding nutrition education classes cover a wide range of informative topics to help parents grasp the idea of breastfeeding.  Especially for new parents, we provide valuable information that prepares them on what to expect during breastfeeding, what warning signs to look for if issues suddenly occur and, most importantly, when to ask counselors for help.

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Early Childhood Connection (ECC)

This program provides partial monetary assistance to families in need of childcare who otherwise couldn’t afford to pay for someone to take care of their children. The program also offers a Family, Friend and Neighbor Registration Program for parents who qualify, based on income that allows a family to register a family member, friend or neighbor to supervise their child or children.

Besides providing monetary assistance, the program actively connects families with additional community services to include
Welfare services, food, clothing, infant supplies and much more.

LVUL Entrepreneurship Center

Provides technical assistance, strategic planning, mentorship
and links to resources to help small businesses and entrepreneurs reach their financial goals.

The Center provides participants with comprehensive
financial training to help build and maintain their economic success to earn more, keep more of what they earn, begin to build savings, assets, and move up the economic ladder.

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LVUL Young Professionals


Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

The Las Vegas Urban League Young Professionals are a local affiliate of the National Urban League.

A volunteer, member, auxiliary that targets professionals ages 21–40 to empower their communities and change lives through the Urban League Movement.