The Clark County School District (CCSD) has reached out to our business and community partners to identify a network of support for our families impacted by the economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic and quarantine response. CCSD families can find information on support programs listed below offered by our partners to help those individuals affected once confirmed. This list will be updated as changes are made:
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada. Since 1941, the mission of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has been to serve those in need — the most vulnerable — regardless of race, religion or creed. Catholic Charities operates 16 programs providing: Family Services, Food Services, Immigration and Refugee Services and Homeless and Housing Services. For additional information, please visit CatholicCharities.com or contact us at 702.385.2662.
CenturyLink asks all affected families needing assistance to visit the following link: https://www.centurylink.com/home/help/account/pay-bill/how-to-make-payment-arrangements.html.
Families will need to provide the name on the CenturyLink account and the account number.
The City of Boulder City Utility Billing Office is willing to make payment arrangements for CCSD families affected by the recent pandemic issues. Please call their office at 702-293-9244 option 2, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org and their staff can make arrangements on a case-by-case basis with each CCSD family.
Clean Shot Living, LLC, offers free sober living housing accommodations to people exiting rehab for drugs/alcohol who have nowhere to go. Email email@example.com or call 202.867.2479.
Connecting Kids Nevada’s Family Support Center aims to connect every Nevada student in need with reliable internet and devices to enable distance learning. The Clark County School District and Connecting Kids have established a partnership with Cox Communications to provide internet connectivity for distance education for families who qualify. Hotspots are also available for eligible families who cannot access the internet through Cox Communications. For more information, visit ConnectingKidsNV.org or call the Family Support Center at 1-888-616-2476.
Cox Las Vegas continues to provide options and alternatives to customers who have been impacted by the Coronavirus. For updated information please visit https://www.cox.com/residential/support/coronavirus-response.html
HELP of Southern Nevada will assist families with their gas bills, with diapers for children up to 3 years, and with assistance finding employment. Preferred method of contact is email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call 702.369.4357.
HELP of Southern Nevada Las Vegas Diaper Bank will assist families with diapers for children up to age 3 by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call 702.369.4357 or email: email@example.com.
HopeLink of Southern Nevada will assist families in several ways: For rent, mortgage or utility assistance, please call 702-566-0576, ext.312, for intake 8-10 a.m. Monday-Thursday. Food assistance is available 1-5p.m. Monday-Thursday by advance appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 702-566-0576. Additional COVID-19 information and resources may be found on our website at www.link2hope.org. Click the red COVID tab.
Las Vegas Valley Water District wants all affected parties to contact them at 702-822-8671. They will ensure there is no service disconnection, no late fees applied, and payment arrangements can be made so that large balances can be spread over three months.
Lutheran Social Services of Nevada can assist families with food, rental and utility assistance, birth certificate and identification recovery, and connection to other benefits, such as SNAP and Women’s Health Connection. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
NV Energy offers a variety of flexible payment programs to help with paying your energy bill. Plus, there are bill payment assistance options available. Visit nvenergy.com to find the service that works best for you, or call 702-402-5555 to speak with a representative.
Overton Power District #5 is providing a special grace period on electric bill payments to CCSD families affected by the pandemic and quarantine. These customers will be required to provide proof of employment to qualify for this special payment arrangement. CCSD families affected should call 702- 346-5710 or 702-397-2512 to receive a 30-day extension of their payment deadline without penalties.
Republic Services is willing to work with affected CCSD families on a case-by-case basis. Families may contact 702-599-5505 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and identify themselves as a CCSD parent/guardian/caregiver.
Southwest Gas is happy to support CCSD families affected by the pandemic and will waive any late fees, charges, or potential disconnections during this challenging time. Families can contact 877-860-6020 to let SWG know they’re in need of assistance.
Three Square is committed to providing wholesome food to hungry people, while passionately pursuing a hunger-free community. If you or someone you know is in need of emergency food assistance or other social service support, please call the Three Square Center at 702-765-4030 or visit threesquare.org for a complete list of Three Square’s distribution sites and hours of operation.
This information will be updated as new partners participate in the network of support. For additional assistance that is not listed above, please email ENGAGECCSD@nv.ccsd.net.
Note: These programs are only for families impacted and by the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic disruption.*
*Language was approved by each community partner.*