Provides free colon cancer screenings.
Provides transportation to medical appointments, medical procedures, home after hospital stay, groceries from neighborhood Walmart, and any outings associated to individual's health and well-being.
The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) acts as a single point of entry for long-term support for seniors age 60 or above, people with disabilities (of any age), family members, and care providers.
Various programs, classes, and resources offered to educate participants about health and wellness.
This program works to take individuals who are homeless off of the streets and give them a place to stay as well as an opportunity to find a job.
Provides nutritious meals to the poor, the homeless, and under-served men, women, and children.
Food pantry that provides staples and raw ingredients, such as bags of pasta, rice, and canned goods.
Seven week class taught in the Spring and Fall that goes over information for estate planning, wills, trusts, fiduciaries, power of attorney and more.
CSA offers a variety of NO COST Workforce Development assistance services to individuals who meet program guidelines. Career assistance services are designed to help customers find a job as well as improve skills to obtain and maintain employment
Free assistance to income-eligible applicant to reduce their utility bills by providing various energy conservation measures
Offers free tax return preparation and electronic federal income tax filing assistance to income-eligible families
Gives seniors the opportunity for fresh healthy food through monthly food distribution.
Elders in need will receive coupons that can be used to obtain food from local farmers' markets during various times of the year only. Limited spots available. Seasonal through the summer sign up at local site.
Individuals will receive a card in which there will be a certain amount to purchase pre-approved food.
A program through the Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services that helps with supplement assistance with the home energy cost for qualifying low-income Nevadans.
Provides a wide array of services such as food assistance, housing, utility assistance, etc. (There are various locations which can be found online or through calling.) Must make an appointment.
N4 was designed using the senior village model, although with an intergenerational approach, to link people and organizations for exchanging services with support and engagement to grow strong and healthy communities. N4 serves all citizens living in Northern Nevada.
This center works to give those with disabilities the opportunity to find a job or help them accommodate to their needs to their current job.
Provides technical assistance, consultation and education to individuals, agencies, and businesses regarding disability related issues and Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) laws and standards.
Office for Consumer Health Alliance's mission is to provide consumers with education, advocacy and assistance regarding healthcare needs and understanding their rights and responsibilities under various health care plans and policies.
Provides a voucher to assist with rent for low-income seniors.
Apartments with low rates are rented to elders who have a low income.
This program gives seniors an opportunity to volunteer in their community with the choice of many volunteer site options.
Individuals accepted into this program will gain training experience while serving their community and getting paid local, state, or federal minimum wage.
Free legal assistance for problems faced by low-income seniors including elder rights law, including, but not limited to, landlord and consumer issues.