COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 resource list put together by Tanya Flanagan. Call 211 for state services and/or information, especially for information about COVID-19.
  1. Nevada Unemployment Insurance: For anyone suffering from reduced hours or loss of unemployment, file an insurance claim through Nevada’s Unemployment Insurance program.
  2. Nevada Health Response Website: Governor Sisolak and Nevada Health Response put together a website to help Nevadans during the pandemic. The website can be accessed here.
  3. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention FAQ: Help control the spread of rumors and look over this FAQ from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention for any questions/concerns regarding the virus.
  4. Census 2020: Take five minutes out of your day, and complete the Census to help ensure accurate representation of every American.
  5. Delivering with Dignity: Emergency meal delivery for most at-risk and otherwise unserved civilians. Call (888)603-3548 for more information. People looking to volunteer should fill out this form.
  6. Three Square Food Bank: Three Square has a map and full list of emergency food distribution and donation information (including CCSD’s sites). Contact (702)765-4030 for assistance location sites or if you are over 60 years old and need grocery home delivery.
  7. Homeless Youth Services: If you are a homeless youth or know someone that is, please contact info@NPHY.org or (702)383-1332 for support amidst the crisis.
  8. Crisis Intervention and Emergency: For 24/7 help, contact Share Village Las Vegas at arnoldstalk@gmail.com or (702)624-5792.
  9. Small Business Administration Low-Interest Loans: Small business owners in all U.S. states and territories are currently eligible to apply for a low-interest loan due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to apply. Find more information on the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans at SBA.gov/Disaster.
  10. Resources for Domestic Workers: The National Domestic Alliance has put together a resourceful guide for questions and concerns regarding Domestic Workers. The guide can be accessed here. 
  11. 60-Day Free Internet for K-12 & College Households: Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. More information here.
  12. Senior Only Grocery Store Hours: Some stores are offering hours during which seniors are the only customers allowed.
    1. Smith’s Food and Drug Stores
      Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 7 a.m.- 8 a.m.
    2. Dollar General Stores
      Everyday, during the first hour of opening
    3. Target
      Every Wednesday during the first hour of opening
    4. Walmart
      Aged 60+ and older: Every Tuesday, from 7 a.m.- 8 a.m. through April 28th
  13. Meals on Wheels: Meals on Wheels is a program that delivers meals to individuals at home who are unable to purchase or prepare their own meals. Most Meals on Wheels programs in Nevada continue to deliver to homebound seniors. Here is a full list of centers participating in the Meals on Wheels programs in Nevada.
  14. Rent, Mortgage, and Utilities Assistance: Senator Cortez Mastro put together a resourceful guide with everything to help during the government shutdown. More specifically, there are several resources if you need help with paying your rent/mortgage fees or contacting your landlord. Housing assistance can be found in this guide starting on page 23. Utilities assistance can be found starting on page 34.
  15. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): Social Security Income recipients may be eligible for the SNAP program (food stamps). If a recipient or applicant lives in a household where everyone is receiving or applying for SSI, Social Security will help the person complete the SNAP application. If you have any questions regarding SNAP eligibility, please call the state of Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services at (702) 486-5000.
  16. School and Community Food Access Resources: Nevada Agriculture created a dedicated web page for USDA-approved meal site and COVID-related food resource updates. For more information on schools and education programs, click here.
  17. Court, Legal, and Housing Issues: For any inquires about these topics, contact the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada at (702)386-1070 or their website.
  18. Jobs: For a condensed list of places that may be hiring in Southern Nevada, visit this website.
  19. Foster Family Support: Foster Kinship is providing services as well as in dire need of donations. Please visit their website, or contact them at (702)KIN-9988 or familyadvocate@fosterkinship.org
  20. Public Transportation Information: For information on Southern Nevada’s public transportation, visit their website.
  21. Clark County Information: For a county list of more services and volunteer opportunities, visit this website.

One of Tanya Flanagan’s initiatives is women’s healthcare. Learn more about her story here.

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COVID-19 resource list put together by Tanya Flanagan. Call 211 for state services and/or information, especially for information about COVID-19.
  1. Nevada Unemployment Insurance: For anyone suffering from reduced hours or loss of unemployment, file an insurance claim through Nevada’s Unemployment Insurance program.
  2. Nevada Health Response Website: Governor Sisolak and Nevada Health Response put together a website to help Nevadans during the pandemic. The website can be accessed here.
  3. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention FAQ: Help control the spread of rumors and look over this FAQ from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention for any questions/concerns regarding the virus.
  4. Census 2020: Take five minutes out of your day, and complete the Census to help ensure accurate representation of every American.
  5. Delivering with Dignity: Emergency meal delivery for most at-risk and otherwise unserved civilians. Call (888)603-3548 for more information. People looking to volunteer should fill out this form.
  6. Three Square Food Bank: Three Square has a map and full list of emergency food distribution and donation information (including CCSD’s sites). Contact (702)765-4030 for assistance location sites or if you are over 60 years old and need grocery home delivery.
  7. Homeless Youth Services: If you are a homeless youth or know someone that is, please contact info@NPHY.org or (702)383-1332 for support amidst the crisis.
  8. Crisis Intervention and Emergency: For 24/7 help, contact Share Village Las Vegas at arnoldstalk@gmail.com or (702)624-5792.
  9. Small Business Administration Low-Interest Loans: Small business owners in all U.S. states and territories are currently eligible to apply for a low-interest loan due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to apply. Find more information on the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans at SBA.gov/Disaster.
  10. Resources for Domestic Workers: The National Domestic Alliance has put together a resourceful guide for questions and concerns regarding Domestic Workers. The guide can be accessed here. 
  11. 60-Day Free Internet for K-12 & College Households: Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. More information here.
  12. Senior Only Grocery Store Hours: Some stores are offering hours during which seniors are the only customers allowed.
    1. Smith’s Food and Drug Stores
      Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 7 a.m.- 8 a.m.
    2. Dollar General Stores
      Everyday, during the first hour of opening
    3. Target
      Every Wednesday during the first hour of opening
    4. Walmart
      Aged 60+ and older: Every Tuesday, from 7 a.m.- 8 a.m. through April 28th
  13. Meals on Wheels: Meals on Wheels is a program that delivers meals to individuals at home who are unable to purchase or prepare their own meals. Most Meals on Wheels programs in Nevada continue to deliver to homebound seniors. Here is a full list of centers participating in the Meals on Wheels programs in Nevada.
  14. Rent, Mortgage, and Utilities Assistance: Senator Cortez Mastro put together a resourceful guide with everything to help during the government shutdown. More specifically, there are several resources if you need help with paying your rent/mortgage fees or contacting your landlord. Housing assistance can be found in this guide starting on page 23. Utilities assistance can be found starting on page 34.
  15. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): Social Security Income recipients may be eligible for the SNAP program (food stamps). If a recipient or applicant lives in a household where everyone is receiving or applying for SSI, Social Security will help the person complete the SNAP application. If you have any questions regarding SNAP eligibility, please call the state of Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services at (702) 486-5000.
  16. School and Community Food Access Resources: Nevada Agriculture created a dedicated web page for USDA-approved meal site and COVID-related food resource updates. For more information on schools and education programs, click here.
  17. Court, Legal, and Housing Issues: For any inquires about these topics, contact the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada at (702)386-1070 or their website.
  18. Jobs: For a condensed list of places that may be hiring in Southern Nevada, visit this website.
  19. Foster Family Support: Foster Kinship is providing services as well as in dire need of donations. Please visit their website, or contact them at (702)KIN-9988 or familyadvocate@fosterkinship.org
  20. Public Transportation Information: For information on Southern Nevada’s public transportation, visit their website.
  21. Clark County Information: For a county list of more services and volunteer opportunities, visit this website.

One of Tanya Flanagan’s initiatives is women’s healthcare. Learn more about her story here.

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