~~The 16th annual Homes for the Holidays Home Tour~~
The Homes for the Holidays Home Tour is a one-of-a-kind fundraiser that provides exclusive tours of some of Reno's finest homes while benefiting women and children who have been affected by substance abuse.
The tour is December 6th & 7th from 10am to 3:30pm.
Showcased homes open their doors to give you an up close and personal look at stunning architecture and decor. The homes are professionally decorated for the holidays. Guests from past tours have said they were left mesmerized and stunned after seeing the beautifully decorated homes.
The Homes for the Holidays Home Tour began 16 years ago and targeted mostly real estate agents in the Reno area. Touring the homes gave agents the advantage of viewing homes that were not listed for sale while giving them an opportunity to see inside different homes and neighborhoods.
Today, as this event has grown, more and more community members enjoy this annual event and look forward to it each holiday season.
The tours are presented by STEP 2. Step 2 is treatment program designed to help children and women suffering from chemical addiction, poverty and domestic violence become self sufficient through treatment services and skills training.
It is a comprehensive residential and out-patient treatment program that provides women and their children suffering from chemical addiction, poverty and domestic violence the opportunity to rebuild their lives.
Self sufficiency is achieved through integrated treatment services and skills training provided at STEP2 including, housing, childcare, family management, transportation, employment counseling and healthy living.
Comprehensive case management services are also provided and clients are given the opportunity to explore additional community resources to meet the ongoing needs of the family.
~To purchase tickets call 775-9411.~ The Homes for the Holidays Home Tour ~
Authored by Terrie Leighton. December 2008. Terrie is a real estate agent with Ferrari-Lund Real Estate. The information in this post is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed.