COVID-19 Fact Sheets for Tribes and Urban Indian Communities

Indian Health ServicesArizona oversees the delivery of health care to Native American’s in Nevada. Indian Health Services is responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Nevada Health LinkThrough Nevada Health Link individuals can shop for, compare, and purchase qualified health insurance plans with tax credits or subsidies that are based on your income.

NV Tribal Nations Nevada Health Link
Call Center | 1.800.547.2927
Tribal Liaison |
Customer Service |
Click here to get help finding assistance.

Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) & Utility Assistance Program – Reno-Sparks Indian Colony is offering financial assistance to all RSIC Tribal members and other Federally Recognized tribal members in eligible service areas who have been directly or indirectly affected by COVID-19.
775.785.1300 |




Nevada Indian Commission
The Nevada Indian Commission is a State agency created to study matters affecting the social and economic welfare and well-being of American Indians residing in Nevada.

Las Vegas Indian Center
The Las Vegas Indian Center is available to promote the rich culture of Native Americans, and to provide services that improve the social & economic self-sufficient of the diverse populations living in the greater Las Vegas area.

United States Department of Interior Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Partner with tribes to help them achieve their goals for self-determination while also maintain its responsibilities under the Federal-Tribal trust and government-to-government relationships.
Western Nevada Agency | Eastern Nevada Agency | Southern Paiute Agency, Las Vegas

The Nevada Tribal Emergency Coordinating Council (NTECC)
is responsible for providing support to the 27 federally recognized Tribes in Nevada in all hazards emergency management, obtaining grants, and serving as an advisory body to the Chief of the Nevada Division of Emergency Management.  The DEM is the state agency responsible for the administration of emergency preparedness, prevention, response, recovery and mitigation. It is established by the Nevada Legislature in Chapter 414 of the Nevada Revised Statutes. 

500 Nations Nevada Tribes

ITCN (Inter Tribal Council of Nevada)
ITCN is the lead agency for several federally funded grants, including, but not limited to; Family Violence and Prevention/Domestic Violence Services, Women Infant & Children, Head Start, Environmental Protection Agency, Native Workforce Development, Court of Appeals, Child Care Development Fund, and Administration on Aging.
775.355.0600 | | Facebook
ITCN GoFundMe Fundraiser for COVID-19 Relief for Nevada Tribes

Nevada 211 – For an extensive list of a multitude of resources that serve those living in Nevada | Dial by Phone: 211

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