Food Stamps, Medicaid, Childcare assistance, Energy assistance Apply online https://accessnevada.
Call: (702) 426-4900
SNAP is a federally funded program designed to help low income families buy nutritious food from authorized retailers, also known as “Food Stamps.”
TANF is designed to provide temporary cash assistance for needy families to care for dependent children in their own homes or in the homes of relative caregivers. TANF provides financial and support services such as childcare, transportation, and other services to low income families with children.
The Medicaid Program is a federal program administered by the state. Its purpose is to help meet the cost of medical services for individuals receiving public assistance payments, and individuals and families with low income.
The Child Care Program assists low-income families, families receiving temporary public assistance and those transitioning from public assistance in obtaining childcare so they can work. Other services include resource and referral for parents seeking childcare and consumer information on the aspects of quality childcare. Resource and referral services are available to all Nevada families at no cost.
The “Energy Assistance Program” provides a supplement to assist qualifying low-income Nevadans with the cost of home energy. Applications are evaluated year-round or until funding is exhausted. Eligible households receive an annual, one-time per year benefit customarily paid directly to their energy provider(s).
Nevada’s CSEP provides five basic services to both TANF and non-TANF families. They are 1) parent location; 2) establishing paternity for children born outside of marriage; 3) establishing financial and medical support orders; 4) enforcing support orders; and 5) collecting and distributing support payments. In providing these services, the birthrights of children are established, support is secured for children missing one or both parents, and the burden on Nevada taxpayers is reduced by offsetting the need for public assistance. Click in: https://accessnevada.dwss.
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IRS has extend the filing deadline and federal tax payments regardless of amount. The new Tax Day is July 15. Visit IRS at: https://www.irs.gov/
Free service that provides information about health and human service programs that are available throughout the state of Nevada. Dial 2-1-1 to speak with a representative 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. www.nevada211.org – Phone, dial 2-1-1
YMCA is offering full-emergency childcare for first responders, military, hospital personnel, and other essential staff that must report to work. Childcare will be provided at the Heinrich YMCCA located at 4141 Meadows Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89107 from 6am-8pm, seven days a week. Parents in need of childcare should express interest at http://www.lasvegasymca.
United Labor Agency of Nevada (ULAN)
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children www.stjudesranch.org – 702-436-1624
Lutheran Social Services of Nevada www.lssnv.org– 702-639-1730
NV offers payment support for customers experiencing financial hardship or isolation Please call NV Energy customer service representative at (702) 402-5555 or online at nvenergy.com
Cox Communication has announced additional plans to support residential customers by upgrading internet speeds for select residential packages. For more information on how Cox supports customers and communities visit: https://newsroom.cox.
Stopped service disconnections indefinitely
United Way of Southern Nevada (UWSN)
To assist those who’ve been impacted by Covid-19
The Learning Center (TLC)
TLC has announced they are currently providing FREE online training to all Nevadan’s that can receive 30-day access to five courses. Any individuals that are interested should visit www.shop.tlclasvegas.com and select the “Free Demo” button and follow the instructions. For more information you can contact Linda Montgomery at email@example.com
In response to Governor Sisloak’s March 12, 2020 Emergency Declaration, Nevada Health Link has announced a limited-time Special Enrollment Period (SEP) which will run from March 17-April 15. For more information visit: https://www.nevadahealthlink.
CVS has waived delivery fees for prescription and everyday essential. Reference the below link: https://www.cvs.com/content/
Walgreens is now offering on-demand delivery service of items at select Walgreen locations. Visit the below link by entering your zip code: https://postmates.com/brand/
Governor Sisolak has ordered all non-essential businesses in Nevada to close. However, all grocery stores, restaurants, banks, gas stations will remain open. Several stores are offering special shopping for seniors. Several restaurants are also offering take-out and delivery deals. For a complete list, reference the below link: https://michellemortensen.com/
CCSD will continue providing breakfast & lunch to students during the closure. Parents can also pick up academic resources at these sites.
In order to comply with federal regulations, a school-age child must be present for food to be distributed.
Please also see the CDC link below for social distancing guidelines that the state has recommended we follow:
Thank you and please stay safe.