COVID-19 Information & Resources

COVID-19 Resources:

United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra (UWNNS) understands that this is a challenging time for individuals and families across the state of Nevada. We are collecting valuable information on this page that may be helpful to you. 

NEVADA 211:

Nevada 211 helps Nevadans connect with the resources they need. Dial 211 or toll-free at 1-866-535-5654 to speak to someone who can help. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. 

 

Resource Map:

 

 

Northern Nevada Resources: 

Resources highlighted in yellow are recipients of UWNNS Emergency Assistance Funds.

 

 Rent 

Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada: Serving Washoe County with emergency rental and utility assistance from the St. Vincent’s Resource Hub, which is located on 500 E. 4th Street in Reno, NV. The Resource Hub is open 5 days a week from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM; however, we are closed on Wednesday afternoons. During COVID-19, we have eliminated face-to-face interaction with clients as much as possible by implementing phone and email assessments. For more information, please see CCNN’s webpage at www.ccsnn.org or call at (775) 322-7073.

The Children's Cabinet: Serving Washoe County residents by assisting with rent or mortgage payments for those who have been directly impacted by the COVID- 19 pandemic. Our agency will be accepting calls at either office, Monday-Friday from 9am - 6pm. The main office can be reached at (775) 856-6200 and their Sinclair office can be reached at (775) 352-8090. Callers will be directed to a case manager to receive guidance on what is needed and how to begin the support process by following required guidelines.

The Frontier Community Action Agency: Serving Humboldt County by assisting families that are struggling to pay their rent and/or utilities as a result of loss of jobs or reduction in hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Clients can call for assistance or ask questions by calling The Frontier Community Action Agency at (775) 623-9003, Monday-Thursday, 9 am- 2 pm. Must call to make an appointment to become a client so that we may assist in all areas of need.

Nevada Rural Housing Authority: Serving the following counties: Carson, Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Humboldt, Lyon, Pershing, Storey, Esmerelda, Eureka, Lander, Lincoln, Mineral, White Pine. Nevada Rural Housing Authority has Emergency Assistance Funds available that provides one-time funding to Nevada residents experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. This program provides financial assistance to Nevada residents who are having difficulty paying or staying current on their rent or mortgage. For information about our program and to apply for assistance, please visit our website at https://nvrural.org/renter-services/emergency-assistance-programs/

Applications will be accepted by email, fax, mail or hand delivered to our office at 3695 Desatoya Drive, Carson City 89701. The application process time is typically within two weeks from the date of application submission. For questions, please contact our Emergency Assistance Coordinator, Roy Smith at 775-886-7970 or via email at rsmith@nvrural.org.

Salvation Army - Carson City: Serving Carson City with Emergency Rental Assistance & Emergency Utility Assistance. To apply for rental or utility assistance, or for questions, please call Christie at 775-887-9120 Ext. #1. Located at 911 E. 2nd Street, Carson City, NV. 89701. Office hours are Monday by appointment only, and Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 10:00am – 2:30pm. 
 
Salvation Army - Reno:  Serving Washoe County with rental and utility assistance at The Salvation Army on 1931 Sutro Street, Reno, NV.  For those with e-mail access the complete application packet will be emailed. For those who do not have access to email, applications can be picked up at The Salvation Army Family Services office from 8:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m.  If you are in need of further information you may call (775) 688-4555.
 

 Utilities 

Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada: With UWNNS emergency funds, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada can continue to serve emergency rental and utility assistance from the St. Vincent’s Resource Hub, which is located on 500 E. 4th Street in Reno, NV. The Resource Hub is open 5 days a week from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM; however, we are closed on Wednesday afternoons. During COVID-19, we have eliminated face-to-face interaction with clients as much as possible by implementing phone and email assessments. For more information, please see CCNN’s webpage at www.ccsnn.org or call them at (775) 322-7073.

The Frontier Community Action Agency: Serving Humboldt County by assisting families that are struggling to pay their rent and/or utilities as a result of loss of jobs or reduction in hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Clients can call for assistance or ask questions by calling The Frontier Community Action Agency at (775) 623-9003, Monday-Thursday, 9 am- 2 pm. Must call to make an appointment to become a client so that we may assist in all areas of need. 

Salvation Army - Carson City: Serving Carson City with Emergency Rental Assistance & Emergency Utility Assistance. To apply for rental or utility assistance, or for questions, please call Christie at 775-887-9120 Ext. #1. Located at 911 E. 2nd Street, Carson City, NV. 89701. Office hours are Monday by appointment only, and Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 10:00am – 2:30pm.

Salvation Army - Reno:  Serving Washoe County with rental and utility assistance at The Salvation Army on 1931 Sutro Street, Reno, NV.  For those with e-mail access the complete application packet will be emailed. For those who do not have access to email, applications can be picked up at The Salvation Army Family Services office from 8:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.  If you are in need of further information you may call (775) 688-4555.

 Food 

Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows: Food Pantry for Washoe County residents by appointment ONLY on Thursdays and dependent on availability of supplies. If you and your families are in need, please contact Anne Studebaker at 775-360-2401, Xavier Gonzalez at 775-360-2420 or Esmeralda Flores at 775-360-2421. Please call by noon on the preceding Wednesday.

Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada: With UWNNS emergency funds, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada (CCNN) will continue to serve hot, nutritious takeaway meals from the St. Vincent’s Dining Room, which is located on 325 Valley Road in Reno, NV. Hours of operation are from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM, Monday through Saturday. For more information, please see CCNN’s webpage at www.ccsnn.org or call (775) 322-7073.

Communities in Schools: Serving Washoe and Elko through various distributions sites/days/times. Complete location address of each site by county can be found online by clicking HERE.

Washoe, (Reno) Food Distribution List: For more information on Reno food distribution, please call (775) 846-0250.

Mondays

  • Libby Booth Elementary School, 11am-12pm

Tuesdays

  • Traner Middle School, 11am-1pm
  • Desert Skies Middle School, 12pm-2pm

Wednesdays     

  • Juniper Elementary School, 10am-12pm

Thursdays

  • Libby Both Elementary School, 11am-12pm
  • Traner Middle School, 11am-12pm
  • Hug High School, 1pm-2pm
  • Glenn Duncan Elementary School, 9am-10am
  • Sparks Middle School, 2pm-4pm
  • Vaughn Middle School, 11am-12pm

Fridays

  • Juniper Middle School, 10am-12pm
  • Anderson Elementary School, 12:30pm-1:30pm

Northeastern Nevada, (Elko) Food Distribution List: Families first need to be enrolled in the Northeastern Nevada Backpack program to access food at these locations. Families can call the Northside office at (775) 738-2783 to be enrolled in the program. Enrollment into the program is open now.

Fridays

  • Flagview Intermediate, 1pm-3pm
  • Southside Elementary School, 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Spring Creek High School, 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Carlin Combined School, 10:00am-12:00pm
  • W. Wendover Elementary School, 10:00am-12:00pm

 

Community Health Alliance (CHA): Individuals and families in Washoe County can access healthy food from CHA's Food Pantry at their Wells Avenue Health Center on 1055 South Wells Avenue. The pantry is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 -5 p.m.  Food can be delivered to clients in their cars if they choose not to enter the health center. If clients are walking or riding the bus, they can wait outside for their food.  People with questions can call the main line, (775) 329-6300, and ask for the Food Pantry. The Food Pantry is targeted primarily at CHA patients, but is open to new clients due to the level of need in the community. New clients will need to fill out registration paperwork. One unique aspect of CHA’s pantry is that CHA providers can write a prescription for food that is tailored to any medical conditions the patient is experiencing. 

Food Bank of Northern Nevada: Serving all of northern Nevada through Emergency Food Pantries and Drive-Thru Mobile Harvest.

• EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRIES: The Food Bank distributes food to local food pantries so that people and families can receive a bag of groceries and other emergency food assistance close to their own neighborhoods. These food pantries are open to help on different days of the week and at various times during those days. Those in need of food assistance can find a variety of resources available through our partner agencies and direct service programs.

• COVID-19 CHANGES TO MOBILE HARVEST DISTRIBUTIONS: The Food Bank is committed to continuing to serve our community while taking precautions to protect the health and safety of our clients, volunteers, and staff.  For the time being, we have made adjustments to the Mobile Harvest schedule and distribution format.  This means that the regular monthly schedule of sites and times is temporarily suspended.  Please view the current Mobile Harvest Schedule for sites effective April 1.

o ALL MOBILE HARVEST DISTRIBUTIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RUN AS A DRIVE-THRU FORMAT.

o When you arrive at the site, please be sure to pay close attention to all signs and staff & volunteers.

o We kindly ask that you stay in your vehicle the entire time.

o Those who do not have a vehicle will be served through a walk-up line.

o Please observe a minimum of 6ft social distance at all times.

o Please help us plan for distributions and make the drive-thru format as smooth as possible by pre-registering on the website atwww.fbnn.org.

Healthy Communities Coalition: Silver Springs Food Pantry serves Lyon and Storey County and offers fresh produce, meat and dairy via drive-thru on Tuesday’s 2:30 PM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 5470 Elm St, Silver Springs, NV. Canned goods are available at the Veterans Healing Camp location Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at 1775 US Hwy 50 East Silver Springs NV - 559-303-8759.  Please note our Silver Springs pantry is in process of re-locating from Lyon County School District to Veterans Healing Camp, that is why the split distribution locations. Yerington Food Pantry operates Tuesdays from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Wednesdays from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at 124 West Bridge St., Yerington, NV - 775-350-4597. General questions can be made to the Healthy Communities Coalition at 775-246-7550.

Northern Nevada Dream Center: Serving Carson City, Douglas County, Lyon County, and Storey County with food assistance in two ways:

1. Door-to-door home deliveries on week days by calling 775-443-4090, Ext 1.

2. Drive up food pantry services available the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month from 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM and the 2nd and 4th Saturdays from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

Saint Francis of Assisi Food Pantry: Serving Washoe and Lyon Counties and Carson City through a client choice food pantry, meaning clients choose the items they want based on their family size, nutritional needs, and food preferences. No one is turned away.

• On their first visit, clients complete a brief intake form with basic information.  No additional documentation is needed.

• We offer clients fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, bread and dairy products (milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt and so on) along with a varying supply of non-perishable food such as healthy canned goods (low-sugar or sugar-free fruit, low-fat or non-fat items) along with soups, chili, spaghetti sauce, peanut butter and so on, dried beans, rice, pasta, cooking oil, baking goods, snacks, cereal, oatmeal and more. The selection varies depending on availability.

• We also offer clients toiletries, cleaning products, baby food and diapers, pet food, and used clothing and household goods depending on availability

• The pantry is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 1 - 3 pm, and the third Wednesday of every month from 5 - 7 pm. 

• The pantry is located at 160 Hubbard Way, Suite F, one block East of the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino at 2707 S. Virginia St. in Reno, NV.

• The pantry website is saintfrancisfoodpantryreno.org

Sierra Community House: Supplying food for individuals and families in the Nevada portion of our service area. We are providing bi-weekly deliveries of non-perishable items to all community members in need. To sign-up or cancel food delivery, please e-mail food@sierracommunityhouse.org or call our message line at (775) 545-4083: PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE IF YOU CALL! You only need to sign-up once. Please provide full name, address with city, phone number, and number of people in the household. Future changes will be updated every Friday for the upcoming week on the Sierra Community House Web Site: www.sierracommunityhouse.org, on our Facebook page, and available through our 24-Hour Community Helpline (800) 736-1060.

The Children's Cabinet: Serving Washoe County through food boxes with curbside pick-up at their 777 Sinclair St, Reno, NV office. We ask that those who are in need of a food box call the office at 775-352-8090, during food bank hours. Food Pantry hours are Monday through Friday, 11:00 AM.- 6:00 PM. During the phone call, a quick basic intake will be taken and a pick-up time will be given to the person in need. When picking up the food box, please call the office upon arrival to notify that you are in the parking lot for curbside pick-up.

Kids Café will offer daily meals, Monday through Friday, to children 1-18 years old utilizing a drive-thru, grab-and-go model, which will allow children to take meals home for consumption through school closures. You can find their latest schedule by clicking here. Find a pantry near you: fbnn.org/gethelp/neighborhood-pantry/. Please visit the Food Bank of Northern Nevada's Get Help page for more food resources.

St. Vincent’s is offering standard food panty services.

Washoe County Senior Services is offering a lunch program for takeout only during the week at select locations, including the Washoe County Senior Center on 9th street Monday through Friday, from 11:15am - 12:30pm. A list of additional congregate meal sites can be found on the Lunch Program site by clicking here. Please note, some sites require you to reserve your meal over the phone first. 

Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows is offering free boxed breakfast and lunch in Washoe County on Mondays through Fridays for all children 1 to 18 years old. Delivery of meals will be through a drive-by service only. Breakfast service at each site will begin at 8:30 AM with lunch service at 11:30 AM at the following locations in Reno:

  • 2680 E. Ninth Street (Donald W. Reynolds)
  • 1300 Foster Drive (William N. Pennington)
  • 1090 Bresson Avenue (Carano Youth Center)
  • 3905 Neil Road (Neil Road Youth Center)
  • 325 Patrician Drive (Lemmon Valley Youth Center)

Meals on Wheels provides eligible clients with home delivered meals each week. To be eligible, participants must be 60 years of age or older, homebound due to illness, disability or geographic isolation, and unable to attend a congregate meal sites offered by Washoe County Senior Services. To sign-up, please call (775) 328-2581. 

Elko Friends in Service Helping: Providing Emergency services, food bank, and shelter for low income families or individuals in Elko County:

  • Food Bank is available from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 821 Water Street
  • Shelter is open every day from 6:00 PM – 8 AM at 487 South 5th Street

Laughing Planet Café located at 650 Tahoe Street in Reno is providing a few kids meal to kids who qualify for the Meal Assistance Program. Call (775) 360-2592 to place your order and pick-up curbside.

Midtown Eats is offering free kid’s meals Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 4 PM. Call (775) 324-3287 to place your order and pick-up curbside. 

 Shelter 

Washoe County Human Services Agency (WCHSA): Serving Washoe County with emergency shelter due to the Covid-19 crisis. WCHSA will fund up to 30 days of emergency shelter (hotel/motel) for qualifying individuals and families demonstrating a financial need directly related to COVID-19, such as loss of income or loss of a job. Interested individuals must complete an application and loss of income certification form. Please call (775) 376-3070 for information.

 Shelter for Victims of Abuse 

Safe Embrace: Individuals in Washoe County who self-certify as a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or human trafficking can access hotel funding by calling our 24 hours, 7 days a week hotline at 775-322-3466 or by coming directly to the Safe Embrace office. Safe Embrace is open from 9am until 5pm Monday through Friday. If it is not safe for you to call or come into the office, services can be requested via an online web form at www.SafeEmbrace.org

The Domestic Violence Resource Center continues to offer short term (up to 90 days) emergency shelter (capacity is limited). The following services are currently offered to shelter residents and individuals/families affected by domestic violence in the community who seek support: access to the 24-hour crisis hotline, trauma-informed advocacy and guidance, access to basic necessities, assistance applying for the Victims of Crime Compensation Program and other public assistance benefits enrollment, access to a full-service Temporary Protection Order (TPO) Unit, access to Noah's Animals House's pet boarding facility and, referrals to other community-wide resources. To access services, the 1735 Vassar Street administrative facility will continue to provide services, but during limited hours: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 1pm. The 24-hour crisis hotline number is (775) 329-4150. When appropriate and possible, clients are encouraged to contact via telephone rather than visit the Vassar Street facility in person. 

 Baby Essentials / Food 

Women and Children’s Center of the Sierra (WACCS): Serving families in Washoe County with diapers, wipes, formula, baby food, and sanitizers (as available) to families in need. WACCS is also distributing food, clothing, cleaning supplies and hygiene items as available; and providing a comprehensive packet of information related to the pandemic. Additionally, WACCS is helping people to cope with the current situation and assist with issues encountered when signing up for safety net programs and unemployment.

WACCS’ hours are Monday – Thursday from 9 AM – 5 PM and are closed Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The WACCS office is located at 3905 Neil Rd. #2, Reno, NV, at the corner of Neil Road and Mauldin at the north end of the Miguel Ribera Park. Their building also houses the Reno Police Department and Boys and Girls Club. For safety concerns, WACCS is limiting the number of people in the building to 10 at one time. Additional people may be asked to wait in the foyer or outside. Waits tend to be short. The office can be reached at 775-825-7395.  Please note, their front door sticks, so please pull harder. If you get lost, please call their office.

 Legal Assistance: Evictions 

If you are in need of legal guidance regarding evictions during this time, the following agencies are available to answer questions:

Nevada Legal Services: (775) 284-3491

Washoe Legal Services: (775) 329-2727

For those of you facing eviction, please access flyer regarding eviction relief for Nevadans from Attorney General Ford’s Office (English | Spanish). Please contact Nevada Legal Services immediately. A General Complaint form can also be found at the following website: hag.nv.gov/Complaints/File_Complaint/.

 Assistance with Grocery Shopping 

Shopping Angels NV is a free grocery delivery program offering physical shopping at no additional cost for individuals over 60+ and those vulnerable to COVID-19. Please fill out the Shopping Angels form by clicking HERE. If you have any questions, please contact them by email at shoppingangelsnv@gmail.com. Please note, you must be able to pay for your own groceries, as this is only a grocery delivery program run by volunteers. 

 Unemployment 

Nevada Unemployment: Many of our fellow Nevadans are being laid off from work. If you have been laid off from your work and are eligible for unemployment, you can file an unemployment claim online (24/7) at ui.nv.gov/css.html.

The Nevada Department of Employment, Training, Rehabilitation’s call centers will have expanded hours (8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday – Friday) for individuals unable to file online. If you cannot file online, call:

North: (775) 684-0350

Rural: (888) 890-8211

Disaster Unemployment AssistanceThe Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) program provides unemployment benefits to individuals who have become unemployed as a direct result of a Presidentially declared major disaster. Please see if you qualify by clicking HERE. 

 Childcare 

These are extraordinary times and we are all working to get through this together. The Governor’s Office has declared that licensed child care is an essential service for the children of first responders, hospital staff, and others who will be needed throughout this crisis. The State of Nevada’s Child Care and Development Program (CCDP) is determined to support the Governor in his efforts and will do everything they can to keep child care businesses open because they are critical.  For more information, please find a letter by the Department of Health and Human Services by clicking here.

 Health Insurance 

Nevada Health Link has announced an Exceptional Circumstance Special Enrollment Period from March 17 – May 15 for qualified Nevadans without health coverage who missed the open-enrollment period. Visit nevadahealthlink.com for more information.

 Mental Health 

The outbreak of coronavirus disease may be stressful for people and communities. Fear and anxiety about the disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. If you need to talk to someone, these resources are confidential and available for free 24/7:

  • Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 273TALK to 839863 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • Text HOME to 741-741 for Crisis Text Line
  • Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66-746 for the Disaster Distress Hotline
  • Call 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678-678 for The Trevor Project (for LGBTQ youth)
  • Call 1-800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22-522 to connect with The National Domestic Violence Hotline
  • Call 1-800-923-4357 or text RecoveryNow to 839863 for the Alcohol and Drug Helpline
  • Call 888-457-4838 or text MIL1 to 839863 for the Military Helpline
  • Call 877-968-8491 or text teen2teen to 839863 for the Youthline
  • Call 503-200-1633 for the Senior Loneliness Line

United Citizens Foundation is offering FREE therapy sessions to all Nevadans. The services are available virtually through Telehealth. Please call the hotline at (702) 888-6300 for scheduling. 

 Prescription Discounts 

FamilyWize is the only prescription savings program partnering with a nonprofit. You may be able to receive a discount on your prescription(s). To search for the available savings and participating pharmacies in your area, please visit FamilyWize.org. We want to share that CVS and Walgreens (could be others too) are providing free delivery of prescription medications. No registration is required, so there is no need to physically show a card. When you call in to get your next prescription filled or refilled, you can ask that the FamilyWize discount be applied simply by providing them the following information below.

BIN:               610194

Card ID:         FW100

Group ID:       FW100

PCN:               FW

 Taxes 

Through our partnership with H&R Block, every household with a simple return can file their federal taxes online for FREE*. Find out details and get started at uwnns.org/MyFreeTaxes.

 Utilities 

Southwest Gas has stopped service disconnections indefinitely, until the coronavirus situation improves. For customers experiencing financial hardship, they are providing flexible payment options. Their website and mobile app give you the ability to manage your account from the comfort of your home without needing to visit the payment offices in person.

NV Energy is temporarily suspending any disconnections for non-payment to support customers experiencing financial hardship or isolation as a result of COVID-19. They will also work with customers who are impacted economically by COVID-19 by waiving deposits and fees for late payments and providing payment plans as needed for qualified customers through their Special Assistance Fund for Energy (SAFE)

Truckee Meadows Water Authority has temporarily suspended any water shut-offs due to an inability to pay. They encourage customers that may be experiencing a hardship to contact them at 775-834-8080.

 Internet 

Spectrum/Comcast Communications will not terminate service for residential or small business customers who face difficult economic circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Similarly, they won’t charge late fees for those customers facing difficult economic circumstances related to the pandemic. Additionally, Spectrum will offer broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days, beginning March 16, 2020, 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. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.

AT&T is suspending broadband usage caps for home internet customers, meaning no overage fees while people are home using more data. They won’t terminate service of any wireless, home phone, or broadband residential or small business customer due to an inability to pay their bill as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and they are waiving late payment fees for those customers. Customer service can be reached at 844-723-0252.

Explore low-cost internet service programs for qualifying individuals and families at EveryoneOn. You can find more details explained in a guide linked HERE

 Navigating Finances 

Opportunity Alliance Nevada (OA-NV) is offering free financial navigator services. If you are finding it difficult to make ends meet, feeling overwhelmed by your finances, or want more information about available resources, OA-NV can connnect you with a Volunteer Financial Navigator to help answer your questions and navigate your finances through this time of crisis. Visit www.opportunityalliancenv.org to learn more. 

 Educational Resources for Parents/Caregivers 

 We have collected FREE resources from our partners and community to encourage play and learning at home: Please click HERE to access.

For information on UWNNS's response to COVID-19, please visit our Emergency Assistance Fund page to learn more about how we increasing available resources for northern Nevadans in need. 


COVID-19 Information: The COVID-19 situation in the United States is evolving rapidly. For the most accurate and timely information, visit the CDC’s website and your local public health department.To inform Nevadans statewide, the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Governer's Office have created Nevada Health Response to better share information and resources as it pertains to the current status of COVID-19 within our state.

Washoe County Health DistrictThe Washoe County Health District COVID-19 Hotline is available Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM at 775-328-2427. 

Carson City Health District: The Carson City Health and Human Services Hotline phone number is 775-283-4789.

Rural Nevada and Across the State: The Division of Public and Behavioral Health at the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services acts as the health authority for all regions in Nevada without a local health authority. 

Resource Guides

U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto's office has prepared a COVID-19 Resource Guide for northern Nevadans. The Guide can be downloaded in English and Spanish.

Our entire Federal Congressional Delegation are sharing a variety of resources to help our fellow Nevadans impacted by COVID-19. To learn more about available resources, please visit their individual websites:

U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen

U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto

U.S. Representative Mark Amodei


This page does not attempt to represent every available resource in our community. Updates will be added periodically as made available to the UWNNS team. Please submit any additional resources your organization or business is providing by filling out this online form here.