COVID-19 Essential Health and Human Services Options
Web, email and online services for Nevadans
COVID-19 is interrupting lives, but the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services won't let it interrupt the important services our state's residents need now more than ever.
While practicing safe social distancing and maintaining services to Nevadans, the following important services are still available by phone, email or web.
Other resources to support Nevadans can be found by calling 2-1-1 or visiting the Nevada 2-1-1 website.
- Mental health services for children - available via telehealth
- Northern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services: 775-688-1600
- Southern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services: 702-486-0000
- Children’s Mobile Crisis Response Team - for mental or behavioral crisis help
- Southern Nevada: 702-486-7865 (available 24 hours)
- Northern Nevada: 775-688-1670 (M-F 8 am-8 pm, Sat-Sun 8 am-6 pm)
- Rural counties: 702-486-7865 (9 am-6 pm daily)
- Report abuse or neglect of a child
- Las Vegas/Clark County: 702-399-0081
- Reno/Sparks/Washoe County: 775-785-8600 or 833-900-SAFE
- Carson City: 775-684-1930
- Elko: 775-753-1300
- Ely: 775-289-1640
- Fallon: 775-423-8566
- Fernley: 775-575-1844
- Pahrump: 775-727-8497
- Tonopah: 775-482-2033
- Winnemucca: 775-623-6555
- Yerington: 775-463-3151
- Schedule a phone or video visit with children in a state juvenile justice facility
- Summit View Youth Center: 702-688-4747
- Caliente Youth Center: 775-726-8200
- Nevada Youth Training Center: 775-738-7182
Additional Resources and Information
As of Monday, March 23, 2020, staff will be unable to provide these services in person. Please refer to the information above for other service options, and if your need is not listed above send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nevada's COVID-19 website with info and resources