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  • Call 211 or go to for other rental and utility assistance options if our assistance programs aren't available in your zip code.

CHAP applications submitted under the current eligibility requirements will no longer be accepted effective 11:50 p.m. on January 22, 2023. New CHAP eligibility requirements have been established to provide assistance to those facing eviction due to non-payment of rent. Starting January 23, 2023, only applications for households that meet these new eligibility requirements will be accepted, including:

  • At least one member of a household is living on a fixed income e.g., Social Security, VA benefits, or pension.
  • Have experienced a rent increase within the 12-month period prior to the date of application.
  • Received an eviction notice for non-payment of rent.
  • Have filed an Answer to the eviction notice in Justice Court.
To apply for Chap 2023 assistance, proceed with completing an application at:  For more information, contact the CHAP Helpdesk at (702) 455-4071 or Due to a high volume of inquiries, please allow for long wait times.

United Labor Agency of Nevada

Address1201 N Decatur Blvd Suite 106, Las Vegas, NV 89108

Hours: Monday through Thursday from 8AM to 4 PM

Phone(702) 648-3500


 Must call and be screen for eligibility

Economic Opportunity Board of Clark County

Address330 W Washington Ave Suite 101, Las Vegas, NV 89106

Hours: Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5 PM

Phone(702) 445-7105



Clark County Social Services

Address1600 Pinto Ln Ste 3, Las Vegas, NV 89106

Phone(702) 455-4270

Qualifications for CCSS:

  • Must show no income last 60 days and provide bank statements of last 90 days 
  • Under 62 cannot be any fixed income (SSI, SSA, etc) Over 62 cannot have a monthly income over $1,595.00
  • Must have current NV ID (may use out-of-state ID with DMW appointment receipt) 

MAX of $400 for a single household. Household with minor children may have an increase. 

*note- CCSS provides financial assistance. They will cut out the check directly to the client. This may be helpful for anyone needing assistance with additional expenses (car note, registration, utility, school, etc.)

Applications may be submitted in-person at one of our 5 locations, online at or by fax at 702-678-5221

Clark County Social Service ( Please click on link for application

Aid for AIDS of Nevada

Address: 1830 E Sahara Ave #210, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Hours:  Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM

Phone: (702) 382-2326

Must be able to provide referral of positive test from medical office. Please call for eligibility. 

Olive Crest

Address: 4285 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89130

Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM

Phone: (702) 685-3459


*Limited funding. Case by case- call for eligibility. 

  • United Way Funded agencies may also offer rent, utility and food assistance. See the list below:

Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada 


Providing food and shelter assistance  

 Chicanos Por La Causa Inc. (CPLC Nevada) 


Providing shelter assistance 

 East Valley Family Services 


Providing food, shelter, rent/mortgage, and utility assistance 

 Emergency Aid of Boulder City 


Providing rent and mortgage assistance 

 Family Promise of Las Vegas  


Providing shelter assistance 

 Helping Hands of Vegas Valley 


Providing food assistance 

 HELP of Southern Nevada 


Providing food assistance 

 Jewish Family Service Agency 


Providing served meals, rent, mortgage, and utility assistance 

 Kline Veterans Fund  


Providing rent/mortgage and utility assistance 

 Lutheran Social Services 


Providing food and shelter assistance 

 Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth 


Providing food assistance 

 Olive Crest  


Providing shelter, rent/mortgage, and utility assistance 



Providing rent/mortgage assistance 

 RISE Homes 


Providing shelter and rent/mortgage assistance 

 The Just One Project 


Providing food assistance 

 The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada  


Providing food, shelter, rent, mortgage, and utility assistance  

 Three Square 


Providing utility assistance 

 United Labor Agency of Nevada 


Providing food, rent, and mortgage assistance 



Providing shelter assistance 

Need Legal Assistance? Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas: 702.386.1070 Southern Nevada Senior Law Program in Las Vegas: 702.229.6596  Nevada Legal Services: 702.386.0404 or 775.284.3491 Court Self Help Programs and Forms Civil Law Self Help Center - Clark County Regional Justice Center 1st floor 200 Lewis Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101 702.671.3976 Monday – Thursday 7:30pm – 5:30pm  Mediation Programs

Want to mediate your Eviction before filing with the Court? contact: Neighborhood Justice Center 330 South Third Street, Suite 600 Las Vegas, NV 89101 702.455.3898 Email:

Up to $300 one-time Project Reach electrical utility assistance is available to qualifying Clark County residents 62+ by first contacting or call HopeLink at 702-566-0576 to schedule a phone appointment.

For a comprehensive list of food distribution sites across southern Nevada, visit or for pantry locations closest to your zip code.

Help with managing your budget and money ://

Other resources:

Affordable Housing Search

Foreclosure Assistance

Eviction | Tenant | Legal Concerns

Fair Housing | Discrimination Complaints

Housing Support Agencies and Services

Emergency Rental Assistance

Eviction | Tenant | Legal Concerns

Affordable Rentals | Housing Choice Vouchers

Housing Support Agencies and Services

  • HelpHopeHome for a comprehensive list of services
  • HELP of Southern Nevada
  • HopeLink of Southern Nevada

    HopeLink of Southern Nevada
    Open 8:00am to 5:30pm Monday through Thursday, closed for the noon hour, 178 Westminster Way Henderson 89015
    Located directly behind Henderson Presbyterian Church on Major Avenue. Please call for an appointment: 702-566-0576.