About this Location
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, USO Nevada recognized that being isolated from human contact and interaction weighed heavily on single military service members and the families living on base.
USO Nevada offers entertainment areas at all our centers, equipped with everything from television and board games to gaming consoles like PS4 and Xbox which helps single service members socialize amongst one another, contributing to the sense of community the USO offers. \
In 2021 our annual USO Experience brought together 162 wounded, ill and injured military service members and their families to make lasting memories while enjoying outdoor recreational activities like a day at the Ranch, visiting the Hoover Dam, and experiencing Lt. Dan Band at Nellis AFB. Our fundamental goal is to boost the morale of our nation’s heroes so they can stay strong throughout their military journey.
This year we celebrated an increase in overall total service instances by 31%, attributed to our outreach programming in Clark County, expansion northward to Reno and Naval Air Station Fallon and increased support to the National Guard. We also expanded our footprint at Nellis Air Force Base in 2021 with a new center focused on gaming and entertainment.
Overall, our 181 USO volunteer dedicated a total of 21,384 hours of their own time to keep our centers open and deliver our USO programming and services.
Visit Nevada.USO.org to learn more.
Amenities at this Location
Food & Beverages
- Coffee & Tea
- Daily Meals
- Food Pantry
- Snack Bar
- Charging Stations
- Computers & Laptops
- Desks & Work Areas
Multimedia & Gaming
- Board & Table Games
- TV & Cable
Rest & Relaxation
- Children’s Play Area
- Patio & Outdoor Space
- Sleeping & Quiet Area
Services & Information
- Information Desk
- Luggage Carts
- Luggage Storage
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“Thank you so much for all that the USO does for families, especially during this very interesting time we live in... We moved here a year ago, ahead of my husband. We knew no one and could not live in military housing due to our dog, so we felt very isolated. It felt very lonely before we started coming to the USO. Thank you for being there for us, especially during that difficult transition. We really appreciate all that you do to support families!"The Hickman Family, USO San Diego Find out how to support USO
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