Nevada 2-1-1 is a free service that provides information about vital health and human service programs that are available throughout the State. Information and Referral (I & R) professionals are available any time, day or night, to assist you with locating the services you need within your zip code area.
Welcome Job Seekers! This is the Division of Human Resource Management’s NVJobs microsite. Here you will find information about employment opportunities available in public service with the State of Nevada.
A comprehensive list of forms for the Department of Health and Human Services, including its Divisions.
Nevada Health Link was created by Nevadans, for Nevadans, to help individuals and small businesses easily shop for, compare and buy health insurance. Click the “Enroll Now” button to shop for and find a plan that's right for you. You'll be able to make side-by-side comparisons of plans from different insurance companies, so you can pick the plan that's right for your needs.
Locate national resources that may be useful to you.
NRS 232.2175 establishes requirements of the Department of Administration to maintain a central location (website) for the posting of public notices by "public bodies" as defined under NRS 241.015. The website provides a place for the posting of electronic links to the Internet website or any electronic mail addresses, if available, of each public body which has posted a notice pursuant to NRS 241.020, from which a person may request the information and supporting materials that a public body must provide to a requester pursuant to NRS 241.020.
Notices are published to this site no later than 9 a.m. of the third working day before the meeting is to be held, unless the public body is unable to do so because of technical problems relating to the operation or maintenance of this website.
The State Legislature placed the Nevada State Public Defender's Office within the Department of Health and Human Services in the 1980s to meet the state’s responsibility to provide assistance of counsel to indigent adults in criminal cases and to indigent juveniles in juvenile court in those counties with populations under 100,000 which do not have a county public defender office.
Requests to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), or its Divisions, can be made verbally or in writing. Please keep in mind written requests allow staff to more effectively track and monitor a request.
Budget Information, Integration Information, links, press releases, reports, state plans and other useful information can be found here.