Boulder City Hospital is dedicated to supporting our community through healthcare awareness and education, hospital services, and community resources. We aim to provide a support network of services addressing issues in our community such as hunger, homelessness, health equity and access, and human trafficking.
Our Community Resource Liaison works closely with area providers, food banks, religious, civic, and social service organizations, the Boulder City Police Department and Boulder City Fire Department, and other government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to provide a safety net for community members in need.
The Department of Health and Human Services and the staff of Senior Center of Boulder Center announce a Food Pantry is now available at the Center.
Seniors (over 60) residing in Boulder City may choose
from the non-perishable items free of charge once every week.
The Grant does require that each participating senior register; this information is for in-house use only and will not be shared with other organizations. Please register through the Senior Center.
Pantry Hours: Mondays 9a.m. to 3p.m.; Thursdays 9a.m. to 3p.m.; and Fridays 9a.m. to 1p.m.
813 Arizona Street, Boulder City, NV 89005
Emergency Aid of Boulder City (EABC) is a nonprofit organization founded in the 1930s to assist employees and workers during the construction of the Hoover Dam. EABC has a long history within the Boulder City community and is staffed by local volunteers. Emergency Aid BC relies on federal, state, and city grants. We also accept private donations from residents and organizations.
Emergency Aid of Boulder City provides emergency assistance to Boulder City residents and stranded travelers for food, rent, utilities, short-term lodging, transportation, gas, auto repair, and medical help during a time of emergency. Emergency Aid BC services require registration with the Clarity-HIMS program along with valid photo ID. Grant funding and other program qualifying terms and conditions may apply.
Please visit https://www.emergencyaidbc.org/ for more information or call 702-293-0332 to find out how you can benefit from available programs.
Helping Nevadans Connect With Services They Need
Contact Nevada 211 by dialing 211 from any device. Nevada 211 can help with Medicaid or CHIP coverage, assistance for older adults, people with disabilities, and family caregivers, and more. Visit https://www.nevada211.org/ for more information.
2-1-1 is a special telephone number reserved in Canada and the United States to provide information and referrals to health, human and social service organizations. Dialing 2-1-1 in almost every part of the United States will connect you to human and social services for your area.
2-1-1 services include places to find emergency food, housing and emergency shelter locations, children’s services, support for seniors, older persons, and people with disabilities, and mental health and counseling services, among many others.
FindHelp.org provides info on Medicaid plans, emergency funds assistance, government funded cash assistance, and grant applications for same day cash deposits, and more.
Visit www.FindHelp.org for more information.
Go to www.findhelp.org to search food, housing, healthcare, support, transportation, education, legal support and more, locally. It’s free and easy to use. You can view hours and locations, find free and reduced cost services, and apply for benefits.
The Boulder City Hospital Auxiliary has provided services for patients and the community since 1956.
The Auxiliary is an important arm of the hospital, dedicated to supporting its missions and contributing funds to various projects. Men and women from all walks of life participate in activities, the gift shop or simply lend their support through annual membership dues.
Membership in the Auxiliary is open to anyone over 18 years of age who is interested in the welfare of Boulder City Hospital and is approved for membership. For more information about activities or membership, please ask at the Gift Shoppe or at the Reception Desk.
The Boulder City Hospital Auxiliary was formed by local Boulder City women to provide volunteer assistance and to raise money in support of the Hospital. Major fundraising efforts began in 1963 with the founding of the Art in the Park Festival. The first Art in the Park brought in $3,000 and involved fifty artists. In 2000 the fundraiser became so large that the Auxiliary voted to turn this effort over to the Boulder City Hospital Foundation. The Auxiliary is still very active in the annual event.
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- Activities – Long Term Care
- Goldie’s Gift Shoppe
- Special Projects
The idea of making contributions of time, ideas and effort has been the core of the Auxiliary since its inception. Some contributions have included state of the art hospital beds, medical supplies, and equipment, dietary equipment and scholarships.