COVID-19 Community resources & Mutual aid
Want to help your neighbors?
Download our blank mutual aid card here!
By downloading this card, I promise that I will take every precaution to ensure my neighbors’ well-being, including:
- Washing my hands prior to delivering this card,
- Staying six feet away, and
- Leaving items on doorsteps.
Industry-Specific Guidance for Phase 1 Reopening from Nevada Health Response & Governor Steve Sisolak
External Resource Guides
This resource guide is extremely thorough and contains many of the resources we link to below, plus many more. It’s a great place to start.
Northern Nevada’s largest food bank, currently providing pantry foods across the region. They need volunteers and are currently working with Indivisible Northern Nevada (https://indivisiblennv.org/) to provide meals to families across the region.
Started by Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall, this service provides meal deliveries to the most vulnerable, especially at-risk seniors, in cooperation with local restaurants and businesses.
Free, safe volunteer grocery pickup and delivery services for seniors and other vulnerable groups. You can contact them at email@example.com.
The Nevada Health Response Center will provide the latest information on Nevada’s response to COVID-19.
You can file an unemployment claim 24/7 at ui.nv.gov/css.html – the fastest way to file.
Starting tomorrow, the Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation’s call centers will have expanded hours (8 to 8 M-F) for those unable to file online. However, the JobConnect in-person centers will be closed. Use these phone numbers if you can’t file online:
North: (775) 684-0350
South: (702) 486-0350
Rural: (888) 890-8211
Rental assistance and other resources
Click on this link to apply for: State Medical Assistance, The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) You can also apply for emergency food stamps (7 days).