Stacey Youngblood

City of Henderson

Stacey works in Community Development and Services doing federal grant management and compliance for City of Henderson. In this capacity she administers over $1.5 million in federal and state funding which is distributed to nonprofit programs and services related to housing assistance, youth afterschool programs, employment services, neighborhood revitalization, community centers, and capital improvement projects. The key focus of her position is to make sure that low to moderate income Henderson residents are receiving opportunities to better their financial situations whether that be through education, employment or other opportunities. She is responsible for writing the Annual Action Plan, Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report and the five-year Consolidated Plan for The City of Henderson. These reports are the strategic plans that are used to reduce poverty in the City of Henderson and increase opportunity for low income residents. She also leads Henderson efforts to end homelessness by coordinating the Annual Homeless Census Count Deployment center in Henderson, arrange for homeless residents to participate in the Project Homeless Connect events and she participates in the regional efforts to end homelessness. She serves on the monitoring working group for the Southern Nevada Homeless Continuum of Care Board.

Stacey has been married for 13 years to Ken Youngblood. Together they have one daughter named Nia. She attended University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts in psychology. Later on she pursued a Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. In 2016, she became a graduate of the Leadership Henderson program.

Stacey also has a small Marriage and Family Therapy private practice in Henderson. She provided therapy to juvenile victims of sex trafficking and abused and neglected children. Although she treats individuals, couples and children, her core focus is on the family unit. She specializes in Christian counseling which combines scientific research with biblical teachings.