Are you having trouble paying your rent or mortgage?
*Make sure you reach out to your landlord or lender immediately to arrange a payment plan.
*If you were wrongly issued an eviction notice during the moratorium, you can file a complaint with the Nevada Attorney General’s office: http://ag.nv.gov/Complaints/File_Complaint
*If you need help paying your rent or mortgage, reach out to one of the many resources below that are available to help you catch up on payments.
Current resources available: Provided by the office of Nevada Senator Catherine Cortez Masto
*CARES Housing Assistance Program: The Nevada Housing Division and State Treasurer Zach Conine have launched the CARES Housing Assistance Program to assist individuals and families impacted by COVID-19: https://housing.nv.gov
*The Legal Aid of Southern Nevada’s “frequently asked questions” publication explains how the expiring evictions moratorium may affect you and what housing assistance is available for both homeowners and renters: https://www.lacsn.org/images/Flyers/COVID0-19-Toolkit.pdf
*LAS VEGAS: The City of Las Vegas Housing Assistance Program provides up to three months of rental assistance paid directly to the landlord or mortgage company on behalf of eligible city residents: https://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/Residents/Housing-Assistance-Program
*NORTH LAS VEGAS: The city of North Las Vegas offers short-term and long-term rental assistance to lower-income households.
*Nevada Partners – Rental and Utility Assistance Program
Phone: (725) 735-2924
*Nevada’s Hardest Hit Fund – Unemployment Mortgage Assistance Program
*Civil Law Self-Help Center
Phone: (702) 671-3976
*Opportunity Alliance Nevada
Phone: (775) 333-8274
*Neighborhood Housing Services of Southern Nevada
Phone: (702) 649–0998