COVID-19 Fact Sheets for Tribes and Urban Indian Communities
Indian Health Services – Arizona oversees the delivery of health care to Native American’s in Nevada. Indian Health Services is responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Nevada Indian Commission – The Nevada Indian Commission is a State agency created to study matters affecting the social and economic welfare and well-being of American Indians residing in Nevada.
Las Vegas Indian Center – The Las Vegas Indian Center is available to promote the rich culture of Native Americans, and to provide services that improve the social & economic self-sufficient of the diverse populations living in the greater Las Vegas area.
S. Department of Interior Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Affairs – Partner with tribes to help them achieve their goals for self-determination while also maintain its responsibilities under the Federal-Tribal trust and government-to-government relationships
ITCN (Inter Tribal Council of Nevada) – ITCN is the lead agency for several federally funded grants, including, but not limited to; Family Violence and Prevention/Domestic Violence Services, Women Infant & Children, Head Start, Environmental Protection Agency, Native Workforce Development, Court of Appeals, Child Care Development Fund, and Administration on Aging.
Three Square- Southern Nevada
https://www.threesquare.org/get-help/find-food – Please check Three Square website, call, or email for a food distribution point near you.
Nevada 211 – For an extensive list of a multitude of resources that serve those living in Nevada
Dial by phone 211
Nevada Health Link – Through Nevada Health Link individuals can shop for, compare, and purchase qualified health insurance plans with tax credits or subsidies that are based on your income.
Webpage for NV Tribal Nations: https://www.nevadahealthlink.com/tribes/
Contact information: Call Center: 1-800-547-2927
Tribal Liaison: email@example.com
Customer Service: CustomerserviceNVHL@exchange.nv.gov