Nevada Care Connection is Here to Help You...
Nevada Care Connection is a collaboration of multiple state agencies offering services to individuals with disabilities, older adults, caregivers and families. The mission is to work together to streamline access to services and ensure that Nevadans receive individualized care that meets their needs. Learn more about the Nevada Partners:
The mission of the Aging and Disability Services Division is to ensure the provision of effective supports and services to meet the needs of individuals and families, helping them lead independent, meaningful and dignified lives.
The ADSD provides a variety of supports and services for persons with physical disabilities, persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder, seniors, infants and toddlers with disabilities, and persons with intellectual disabilities and related conditions.
Click here to learn more about NV Aging and Disability Services.
The mission of the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (Nevada Medicaid and Nevada Check Up) is to: purchase and provide quality health care services to low-income Nevadans in the most efficient manner; promote equal access to health care at an affordable cost to the taxpayers of Nevada; restrain the growth of health care costs; and review Medicaid and other State health care programs to maximize potential federal revenue.
Click here to learn more about the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy.
It is the mission of the Division of Public and Behavioral Health to protect, promote and improve the physical and behavioral health of the people of Nevada.
Click here to learn more about the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health.
The mission of the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services is to provide quality, timely and temporary services enabling Nevada families, the disabled and elderly to achieve their highest levels of self-sufficiency.
Click here to learn more about the Department of Welfare and Supportive Services and to apply for benefits.
The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) promotes the health and well-being of Nevadans through the delivery or facilitation of essential services to ensure families are strengthened, public health is protected, and individuals achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.
Click here to learn more about the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
Nevada 2-1-1 is a free service that provides information about vital health and human service programs that are available throughout the State. Information and Referral (I & R) professionals are available any time, day or night, to assist you with locating the services you need in your area. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-866-535-5754, text your five-digit zip code to 898-211 or search for resources online at www.nevada211.org.
Nevada 2-1-1 services are provided by the Financial Guidance Center, a HUD-approved, United Way agency that has served Nevadans since 1972. Administration and funding of Nevada 2-1-1 is the responsibility of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services under Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 232.359.
Are you in need of assistance with Long Term Services and Supports?
Long term services and supports include services that:
- support individuals who need ongoing care due to age, physical or intellectual disability or chronic illness; and
- assist an individual or their caregiver, to live as independently as possible in their homes and communities.
Examples include: meals, transportation, chore services, personal care, counseling, respite for caregivers, adult day health care, benefits counseling, home modifications, assistive technology, etc. If you would like more information, please click the following link: Assess My Needs.