This is from Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto’s office
Fellow Nevadan,

I know that this is an extremely difficult time for homeowners and renters across our state. The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the health and economic security of so many of our families. Many of you have had your lives upended by the coronavirus pandemic and are looking for information and resources to stay in your homes.  

On June 25, the state of Nevada began gradually lifting the pause on evictions that Governor Sisolak ordered on March 29. This gradual lift only permits certain types of evictions before September 1, 2020, when the suspension lifts completely. To support Nevadans in need of housing assistance during this challenging time, Governor Sisolak has dedicated $30 million in CARES Act funding to rental housing assistance and $20 million in commercial rental assistance across the state of Nevada.

If you find yourself without income to pay your rent or mortgage, be sure to reach out to your landlord or lender immediately. There are government and nonprofit resources that can help Nevadans catch up on payments:
  • The Nevada Housing Division and State Treasurer Zach Conine have launched the CARES Housing Assistance Program to assist individuals and families impacted by COVID-19. 
  • The city of North Las Vegas offers short-term and long-term rental assistance to lower-income households. Find out if you qualify for the assistance here.
  • If you believe you were wrongly issued an eviction notice during the moratorium, you can file a complaint with the Nevada Attorney General’s office.
You can also take a look at additional housing resources throughout Nevada below:
Nevada Partners – Rental and Utility Assistance Program
Phone: (725) 735-2924 
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Nevada’s Hardest Hit Fund – Unemployment Mortgage Assistance Program
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Civil Law Self-Help Center
Phone: (702) 671-3976
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Money Management International  
Phone: (866) 232–9080
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Opportunity Alliance Nevada
Phone: (775) 333-8274
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Neighborhood Housing Services of Southern Nevada
Phone: (702) 649–0998
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Always remember that my office is here to help you. If you have any questions, you can reach out to my office through my website or by calling one of my offices in Nevada or Washington, D.C. I want to ensure that renters and homeowners have a safe place to live and that property owners can stay afloat to provide that housing. In Washington, I’m fighting to provide more federal dollars for housing assistance to avoid an increase in homelessness. During this pandemic, we know that housing is health care.

For information on housing or other topics, visit my website at for more resources like my COVID-19 Disaster Resource Guide.