Important Message Regarding COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Make the Road Nevada (MRNV) has redirected our staff to work remotely. We encourage everyone to practice social distancing to lower their risk of exposure. Together with our partners, we created helpful resources for those living in Clark County.

If you would like to add any additional resources, please feel free to email us at

Voting Basics And Resources

The Basics

What Are The Primaries?

The primaries are elections that allow political parties to determine the candidate who will go on to represent them in later elections. These happen at any level but get the most attention in the two years ahead of a Presidential election—when voters determine which candidates will represent the Democratic and Republican parties in the main election in November.

Who Can Register In Nevada? 

  • Be a United States citizen
  • Be a resident of Nevada for 30 days prior to the election you wish to vote in
  • Be 18 years old—or turning 18 by the election
  • Not have been declared “non-compos mentis” or “mentally incompetent” by a court of law
  • Not have been convicted of a felony—or have been convicted but have had your rights restored

Important To Note:

If you’re registering to vote by mail or in person, you must do so at least 28 days before the election you wish to vote in. If you’re registering to vote online, you must do so by the Thursday before the election you wish to vote in.

Voting Rights Restoration: Nevada does remove voting rights for people with felony convictions.

The right to vote is automatically restored upon release from prison.

Your Rights

Stay In Line

If you’re in line but the polls are closing, stay in line! You still have the right to vote.

Create A Voting Plan

Make sure you find a location near you, and make sure to review their hours.

If You’re Not On The List At The Polls

Anyone who isn’t on the list at their polling place may cast a provisional ballot. This ballot is verified by election officials and counted after it is clear that you are qualified and registered.

Mail-in Ballots

Registered voters will be sent a mail ballot. mailing will begin no later than 20 days before Election Day for in-state voters; no later than 40-45 days for out-of-state voters. No mail ballot packet by early voting? Call the Election Department at (702) 455-VOTE (8683) or email

Do You Feel Targeted At Your Polling Place?

There are laws protecting your decision to share who you voted for. You have the protected right to a private vote if you don’t feel safe. It is a federal crime to intimidate, threaten, or coerce anyone into voting for a particular candidate. To report intimidation at the polls, call The Election Protection Hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE or 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español).

Made A Mistake On Your Ballot?

You can ask for a new ballot! Simply speak to a polling place worker.

Health Equity Resources

Free COVID-19 Testing

Undocumented people are always welcome and will not be turned away from free and low-cost clinics.

Personas indocumentadas siempre son bienvenidas y no serán rechazadas de las clínicas gratuitas y de bajo costo.

No-cost testing is available at local health centers and select pharmacies. Please find a health center near you and call ahead to make an appointment.

For local testing information, please visit the Nevada Health Department’s website. 

For more information about COVID-19, download our COVID-19 fact sheet.

Para obtener más información sobre COVID, descargue nuestra hoja de datos de COVID.

No-cost testing is available at local health centers and select pharmacies. Please find a health center near you and call ahead to make an appointment.

For local testing information, please visit the Nevada Health Department’s website. 

For more information about COVID-19, download our COVID-19 fact sheet.

Para obtener más información sobre COVID, descargue nuestra hoja de datos de COVID.

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing is now available in Nevada.

Testing sites will require an appointment through Quest’s MyQuestTM online portal and app,, which will screen and schedule appointments for those individuals who meet medical eligibility for the testing sites.

Testing is for adults who meet the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC), state, and local guidelines on who should be tested, which includes first responders, health care providers, high-risk groups with or without symptoms, and others with symptoms.

Clark County

Las Vegas

North Las Vegas



UMC provides free COVID-19 testing for all people regardless of immigrant status. Register online for COVID-19 testing at the Orleans Hotel & Casino.

Type nine zeros for the Unique Identifier to complete the registration and set up an appointment at

COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots

On October 21st, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expanded the eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine booster. According to the CDC, you must have received Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna. The following are eligible “6 months or more after their initial series.”

  • People 16 years old and older

For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine booster, please visit the website.

If you are eligible, please visit the Southern Nevada Health District’s website to find participating locations to receive your COVID-19 vaccine booster.

COVID-19 Vaccines for Children

CVS Pharmacy is distributing the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to children between the ages of 5 through 11.

For more information on participating locations and to book your child’s Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, please visit their website. 

Booster Vaccines for Children

On January 3rd, 2022, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 booster to include children 12 through 15.

Flu Shots Available

Over the course of this pandemic, we’ve learned how incredibly important taking precautions to stay healthy is. Outside of COVID-19, however, there are still unwanted illnesses like the flu going around. Thankfully, there are flu shots and locations available today to protect you and your loved ones.

Please call the following locations ahead of time to ensure availability.

Stay healthy, familia!

CVS Pharmacy

Free with most insurance

Without insurance:

For people under 65 years old: $39.99

For people over 65 years old: $69.99

No ID required. No appointment needed.


Free with most insurance

$30.00 with a discount card like GoodRx.

$40.99 without the discount card

ID required; must be United States-issued

Appointments are required and must be made online 

Southern Nevada Health District

Appointments Required 

For people under 65 years old: $45.00

For people over 65 years old: $80.00

Children: $20.00

ID is required unless paying with a card (can be any form of ID as long as your name matches your card)

Need Help With Finding a Clinic?

Find clinics here in Las Vegas here.

Don’t Have Medical Insurance and Need Help?

Visit Silver State Health Services for more information and resources.

Additional Health Resources

Free Clinics: HOPE Homeless Clinic: Las Vegas Free Clinic

Low-cost Clinic: Planned Parenthood

Immigrant Justice Resources

University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ Immigration Clinic

UNLV opened an immigration clinic to help the Nevada immigrant community, including detained adults in deportation proceedings and unaccompanied children. They also provide free immigration legal services and DACA renewal assistance.

Pathway To DACA Guide

Rico Ocampo from Make The Road Nevada, Mariana Sarmiento from UNLV Office of Diversity Initiatives, and Jahahi Mazariego from University of Nevada Reno, Equal Opportunity & Title IX collaborated and created a DACA guide for Make the Road Nevada and our members. The guide goes through many factors, including eligibility, how to obtain your vaccination records, and more. To view the guide, please click here. 

Know Your Rights If You’re Approached By ICE (ESPAÑOL + ENGLISH)

Click the link to view!

Economic Justice Resources

Filing Unemployment Claims 

In Nevada, unemployment claims can be filed online or by telephone. With the the convenience of 24-hour filing, claimants are highly encouraged to use the internet to file their claims.

Housing Justice Resources

Housing Resources:

CARES Housing Assistance  

If you’re struggling to pay rent due to COVID-19, the CARES Housing Assistance Program is here to help. It’s potential assistance to help with your rent, mortgage, or receipt of rental payments due to the pandemic. For more information visit

Housing Assistance Program

The city of Las Vegas Housing Assistance Program will provide short-term assistance to city of Las Vegas residents experiencing housing insecurity due to COVID-19-related loss of income. Assistance will be provided for up to three months of reasonable rent/mortgage and be paid directly to the landlord or mortgage company on behalf of eligible program participants.

Assistance is contingent on the availability of CARES Act grant funding. Your residency status will NOT affect your eligibility for assistance. For more information on how to apply please visit here.

Rental Assistance for Tenants (RAFT)

The City of Las Vegas has announced the RAFT as another means to support tenants who need financial support to pay their housing costs. The requirements to qualify are listed below:

  • The household MUST be within the Las Vegas jurisdiction
  • The household MUST have an income of 80% of the area median income or less
  • If a household has received the assistance from CARES Housing Assistance Program (CHAP), they may still be eligible for the RAFT assistance if the CHAP assistance does not exceed 18 months

Priority Application Requirements

  • The household has an income of 50% or less the area median income
  • What does this financial assistance cover?
  • Rent
  • Rent arrears
  • Home energy costs
  • Other housing-related costs

Please apply here.

Landlord-tenant Referrals 

A full list of Landlord-tenant referrals from Legal Aid Services can be found here.

Public Housing and Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8) 

To apply for either, please visit your local Public Housing Agency (PHA). Call toll-free (800) 955-2232. Additional information can be found here. 

Other Rental Assistance

Government and non-government resources

State Rental Assistance 

Sometimes, the road to your front door is difficult to navigate. is a free rental‑housing search and listing site for Nevada. It is updated regularly and always free to search.

Utility Help

Department of Welfare/Social Services

Nevada Energy Connection 

NV Energy

Rent, Mortgage, Shelter, Utility, and Other Housing Assistance

Rent, mortgage, shelter, utility and other housing assistance is available from Hope Link of Southern Nevada. Please feel free to contact them by calling  702-566-0576 ext. 312 between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. Monday through Thursday. You can also email them at

All evictions are suspended in Nevada during the COVID-19 state of emergency. This applies to weekly rentals.

You have the right not to be locked out of your unit without a judge-ordered eviction.

It is illegal for your landlord to lock you out without an eviction order from a judge. If you are illegally locked out, you should call the police, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, or the Office of the Attorney General. You also have the right to file a Complaint in Court.

You have the right to live in your unit without being harassed by your landlord.

Your landlord cannot use the pandemic or late rental payments as an excuse to enter your property without warning, to get security to threaten you, to threaten cutting off your utilities, or harass you in any other way.

You have the right to live in a habitable unit with essential services.

The suspension does not eliminate a landlord’s duties to keep your property maintained so that it’s liveable with services like heat, air, and running water. Make sure you give your landlord written notice of any issues related to an essential service or habitability.

You have the right to dispute a trespassing citation.

If the police are called and a trespass citation is threatened, remind the police officer that you are a tenant and you cannot be cited for trespassing on a property where you live. Politely remind law enforcement that this is a landlord-tenant dispute.

You have the right to continue living in your unit, even if you cannot afford rent.

During the eviction suspension, you cannot be evicted for nonpayment of rent or for no reason. The only reason a person can be evicted during the suspension is if that person poses a danger to the public or other tenants, engages in criminal activity, or seriously damages the property.

You have the right to negotiate rental payments if you cannot afford to pay in full.

You have the right to talk to your landlord and come up with a payment plan that works for you. Governor Sisolak has encouraged landlords to work with tenants on a payment plan and has ordered late fees to be waived. If you are able to agree on a payment plan with your landlord, make sure that you put that agreement in writing. Always document every conversation you have with your landlord.

You have the right to contest an eviction notice.

If you are served with a “3-day Notice to Quit for Nuisance” and a “5-day Notice of Unlawful Detainer,” you have the right to contest the eviction in court by filing an affidavit during the 5 days after you receive the “5-day Notice of Unlawful Detainer.”

You have the right to seek legal assistance.

If you are in need of legal assistance, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada offers you their support. Call them at 702-386-1070 from 8:30 5:00 p.m. on business days, or send them an email at

Subsidized Apartments

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) helps apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants.  To apply, contact or visit the management office of each apartment building that interests you. Please apply here.

Additional Housing Resources

Education Justice Resources

Resources for Undocumented High School and College Students

View Informed Immigrant’s list of resources for undocumented students. Resources in Spanish and Korean are available.

Youth Power Project Scholarship List

Check out this scholarship list the Youth Power Project created.

The Dream U.S. Scholarship: Nevada State College

The Dream U.S. announced that Nevada State College is now a new partner college. Undocumented, DACA, and TPS students in high school or community college may apply. Deadline is February 28th, 2022. For more information, please visit their webpage.

The Dream U.S. Scholarship: University of Nevada, Las Vegas

How exciting! The Dream U.S. announced on October 13th, 2021 that they’ve added the University of Las Vegas, Nevada as a new partner college. This means undocumented students are eligible for their full ride scholarship! Applications open on November 1st, 2021. 

Clark Country School District Resources

Though many children are enrolled and attending in-person school, there are many still attending school online. Below are resources for those still taking part in distance learning.

Connecting Kids 

Learning Line Support; English and Spanish assistance available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at  702-799-6644. 

Online Schooling Resources for parents From the Nevada School Choice Coalition 

School-provided Resources

If your child’s school is providing resources/online instruction, start there. Their online instruction and resources will continue the standards and skills your child would be learning in class.

Focus On The Foundations

If you are limited by your work schedule, start by focusing on the foundations like reading, writing, spelling, and math to ensure you child is on track.

Planning Ahead

Planning for 20 minutes at night for the next day can greatly reduce your and your child’s stress levels.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. is a comprehensive math resource site for homeschooling parents, parents, and teachers that includes free math worksheets, lessons, online math games lists, ebooks, a curriculum guide, reviews, and more. The resources emphasize understanding of concepts instead of mechanical memorization of rules.

Online Math for K-5

K5 Math builds confidence in math; the program covers numbers and operations, geometry, measurement (including time and money), algebraic thinking and data analysis.

IXL Math is a learning website for kids from K-12. Master 2000+ K-12 skills online. Adaptive & Individualized. Standards-based Learning. Immediate Feedback. K-12 Math & English. Courses: Math, English, Science, Social Studies.

Story Online

Storyline Online is a children’s literacy website created by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, which provides free storytelling videos and resources for parents and teachers to foster a love of reading in children.

Reading A-Z

Reading A-Z s for primary grade parents working on reading/comprehension with their young children.

Teach Your Monster to Read

Teach Your Monster to Read is an award-winning game that makes learning to read fun. The game is for children in the first stages of learning to read, or for older children who need a bit more practice.

Third Grade Reading Worksheets

When children enter the 3rd grade, they begin comprehending more complex texts and building a reader’s vocabulary. Our third grade printable worksheets and reading passages help eight- and nine-year-olds learn and review third grade reading concepts such as parts of speech, fact versus opinion, and story morals.

Vocabulary Spelling City

Vocabulary Spelling City was initially created to save teachers time by automating spelling practice tests and to empower students to study independently through engaging game-based learning activities. Now part of the LearningCity® family of education technology products, nearly a decade later, VocabularySpellingCity has expanded to include a wide variety of study tools for developing strong vocabulary skills and best practices for effective vocabulary word instruction. Research has proven that these are key factors in improved reading fluency and comprehension.

Art Projects and Courses for Younger Children

Art for Kids Hub

The Art For Kids Hub channel provides lessons that are perfect for any age.

Kids Make Comics

Kids Make Comics is an instructional video series that teaches children step by step how to draw/create their own comics.

Art Projects and Courses for Older Children

At-home Imagineering

The Walt Disney Company crafts magic in a way like no other. From their timeless, innovative animated features to their immersive, exciting theme parks, pixie dust prevails cementing magnificent memories and experiences. Transport some of that magic and relive the memories with a little Disney DIY craftiness as outlined by these 8 enchanting exercises creating your own homemade Disney décor.

Virtual Art and History Tours

CNN Style looks at some of the most fascinating, immersive concerts, museum tours and other virtual experiences you and your child can explore from the comfort of your own couch.

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Cosmic Kids Yoga is a YouTube channel about yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed for children aged 3 and over. This channel is used in both schools and homes around the globe.

 Kids Exercise Videos

This collection of YouTube channels includes a heap of kids exercise videos to get kids moving, grooving and having fun at home!

Teaching Resources for K-12 Families

On this site, you’ll find resources, guidance and support for K-12 educators, administrators and leaders, and parents and families.

Bring the World to Your Classroom

Vegas PBS and PBS have curated free, standards-aligned videos, interactive activities, lesson plans, and more for teachers like you.

Free Worksheets

Check out these free and printable worksheets for your students. Get them coloring, learning their ABCs and more with these fun worksheets.

The Parent’s Guide to Google Classroom

Think of Google Classroom  as your child’s digital link to learning. Teachers use GC to share assignments, homework, newsletters, and much more with students AND parents!

Learn Everywhere

Learn how to manage at-home learning and get advice on your child’s education with these handy website. 

350+ Amazing Online Learning Resources

Check out this list of helpful online learning resources for you and your child.

Time for Kids Free Digital Library

As students across the nation continue to stay home from school due to COVID-19, multiple education companies are stepping in to offer free resources to keep kids learning.

The Who Was Show

The Who Was Show is a Netflix live-action sketch comedy show based on the series of best-selling books for kids.

Teach @ Home

Teach@home: Daily Lessons & Activities for K-5 students is a series of free daily lessons and activities created and delivered by teachers. Each week you will find an easy-to-follow schedule, by grade, for K-5 students and daily grade-specific video lessons for Math and Literacy. You will also find worksheets for the Math and Literacy lessons as well as a daily STEM activity.

150+ Educational Apps for Kids

Homeschool Hideout offers 150+ apps that your child can use to learn on the go, anywhere in the world.

Apps for Students With Special Needs

The coronavirus created a unique challenge for students with special needs and their parents. Educators share app recommendations to support learning from home in this helpful article.

Free Online Learning at Home

Some companies are offering their online services for free. Some of these sites are always free, while others have add-ons or are free for a certain time period. Check out the full list here.


Explore BrainPOP‘s numerous subjects, helpful videos, and quizzes on their website—perfect for your student.


Food Resources

Greater Love Worship Center

The Greater Love Worship Center is providing a food pantry every Wednesday at 2:00pm. They have grocery items and other items, including hygiene products and diapers. They will occasionally have pet food.

You do not have to be a member of the church to get assistance.

No Greater Love Worship Center
3355 W. Craig Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89032

Desert Spring Food Pantry

The Desert Spring Community Resource Center started a food pantry in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 20th, 2021. Visit here for available dates and more.

Please call ahead to make an appointment at 702-600-0336. 

Food Distribution Information

Clark County School District (CCSD) compiled a full list of food distribution locations on their website. 

The National School Lunch Program

The NSLP provides low-cost or free lunches to students. Please feel free to visit their website for their menu and for more information.

The Just One Project: Food For All

Just One Project’s Food For All program was crafted with those facing food insecurity in mind. Please visit their website for more information on their mobile market, community market, and other programs.

Business Resources

The Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

The EIDL is a small business loan program helping small businesses who are recovering from the pandemic’s economic impact. For more information, visit their website. 

Paycheck Protection Program

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) ended on May 21, 2021. However, this article explores other loan opportunities for your business.

SCE Federal Credit Union

If you’re in need of funds, our friends at SCE Federal Credit are there to help answer your questions. You can visit one of their branches or email Emily Stevens, the Director of Community Engagement, at

Additional Resources

University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ Immigration Clinic

UNLV opened an immigration clinic to help the Nevada immigrant community, including detained adults in deportation proceedings and unaccompanied children. They also provide free immigration legal services and DACA renewal assistance.

Pathway To DACA Guide

Rico Ocampo from Make The Road Nevada, Mariana Sarmiento from UNLV Office of Diversity Initiatives, and Jahahi Mazariego from University of Nevada Reno, Equal Opportunity & Title IX collaborated and created a DACA guide for Make the Road Nevada and our members. The guide goes through many factors, including eligibility, how to obtain your vaccination records, and more. To view the guide, please click here. 

Access Nevada

If you are unemployed or your hours have been reduced, you may qualify for housing, food, medical, and other benefits. Visit Access Nevada to explore your Nevada benefits.

The United Way of Southern Nevada

The United Way of Southern Nevada has compiled a list of community resources for food, shelter, mortgage & utility assistance, which you can visit on their website and on their flyer.

Información en Español

“My office’s top priority throughout the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak is to keep Nevadans safe and ensure they have access to current and accurate information. Find a list of resources below to connect with helpful services related to COVID-19,” said Senator Jacky Rosen.

For resources and more information please visit here.

Resources From Our Youth Justice Organizer

Our Youth Justice Organizer, Kathia Sotelo-Calderon compiled a list of resources in Las Vegas, including volunteer work, housing, health care, mental health, and more.

Price Gauging

If you see price gauging on basic necessities, please report this to the Nevada Attorney General office at 775-684-1100 and 702-486-3132.

Or you can report online here.

To file your taxes completely and safely for free, please visit the Nevada Free Taxes Coalition’s website. 

Para asistencia en Español visite el sitio web de Nevada Free taxes Coalition.