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.
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.
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.