Facility

EAGLE VALLEY CHILDREN’S HOME was opened in 1946 at the north end of Carson City, NV. In 1976, Eagle Valley Children’s Home became a fully accredited intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IID), and has remained a qualified participant in the Federal and State Medicaid Program. In 2004, Eagle Valley Children’s Home designed and constructed a state-of-the-art building on the original site to expand residential and training services to 18 people. Residents of Eagle Valley Children’s Home receive active treatment training programs along with medical, dental, nutritional, occupational and physical therapies according to their annual individualized program plan developed by his/her interdisciplinary team.

Eagle Valley Children’s Home operates a vocational training program at its off-site location in Carson City called ‘The Workplace’. Adult clients over the age of 22 may attend this program or alternative programs run by other community providers. Clients under the age of 22 attend Carson City public schools.

EAGLE VALLEY CHILDREN’S HOME is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, is licensed by the State of Nevada, and operates under the regulations of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.