We hope some of these programs provide the help you need for you and your family.
Connecting students to careers, professionals to communities, & communities to better health.
Find information about all things health and safety.
Discover healing for your mental, behavioral, and physical health concerns in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Receive assistance with food, clothing and shelter.
Assistance with Child Care/Respite Care/all age programs up to 24 yrs of age.
Provides the community with family strengthening, crisis intervention, hunger relief, and legal services.
Saint Mary’s Health Network offering all inpatient, outpatient, and wellness services.
Get assistance with youth homelessness, at-risk and aged-out foster youth.
The Good Grief Project supports children who experience the death of a parent or sibling by the age of 18.
National Alliance on Mental Illness, dial 988 for crisis hotline.
Get assistance with at-risk homelessness, diapers, food.
Take a birth center tour, explore our pregnancy services, labor & delivery and after birth care.
Get assistance with homeownership, youth programs, STEM, education, entrepreneurship, and career development.
Get help with therapy/counseling for individuals, families, and groups, ABA therapy for children with Autism, and mental/behavioral health diagnoses including addictions.
We will help you find the resources you need. Call 2-1-1 or 1-866-535-5654 or text your zip code to 898211 for 24/7/365 support from NV 2-1-1.
Call the Crisis Hotline at 1-866-U-ARE-SAFE if you need a safe place to go to right now.
Community food pantry, drive-thru or walk-in pantries. Seniors (60+) may receive home-delivered groceries.
72-bed Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and a 24-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).
Helps at-risk families by providing education and essential tools like diapers, clothes, car seats and cribs.
This traveling health clinic will provide communities quality services. To find out when the Mobile Help Center will be near you visit Molina's website, email MHNVCommunityEngagement@MolinaHealthcare.com or
call (833) 685-2102 (TTY: 711)
Behavior health, Children's Mobile Medical, Family Medicine, Dental Health, Healthcare for the Homeless, WIC, Telehealth
Prevent child abuse, Lead Poisoning Prevention, Afterschool Network
Connect with a support system built for parents, caregivers and educators of youth.
Find a clinic near you.
Download the app to learn more about: nutrition for you and your baby, signs and symptoms of labor, doctor visit and appointment reminders for you and your baby, breastfeeding advice.
Learn about vaccines and find a clinic near you.
Receive food supplements for infants, children, and pregnant women.
Counting kicks is a simple way to monitor your baby’s well-being. Expectant parents should begin counting daily at the start of the third trimester.
Find events and resources for families sponsored by Nevada-certified pediatricians work dedicate their professional lives to the health of all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
An estimated 2.7 million grandparents in the United States are taking the lead in raising their grandchildren.