Supreme Court of Nevada Order – December 28, 2022
Please be advised Home Means Nevada, Inc. is no longer assigning cases to mediation. The funding to pay for mediations in the Rental Eviction Mediation Program expired December 31, 2022.
Attend your court hearing and contact the court about any issues related to the court hearing.
Home Means Nevada, Inc. cannot assist you with rental assistance or your court hearing.
ABOUT THE ASSEMBLY BILL (AB) 486 LANDLORD RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:
The submission of the landlord rental assistance program form starts the process to determine if a landlord may be eligible for rental assistance under certain conditions. If a tenant has not or in some cases has simply refused to apply for rental assistance or is not eligible for rental assistance, then the landlord may be eligible for rental assistance under AB 486 based on certain requirements being met. The submission of the landlord rental assistance program form does not guarantee that the landlord will receive rental assistance. If the landlord meets the basic eligibility requirements under AB 486, the information provided in the landlord rental assistance program form will be sent to the social services agency for review.
Civil Law Self-Help Center-https://www.civillawselfhelpcenter.org/self-help/evictions-housing/evictions
Summary Eviction: Tenant’s Answer (Clark County)- https://nevada.tylerhost.net/SRL/srl/
The Nevada Housing Division – https://housing.nv.gov/
Legal Aid Resources:
Homepage | Silver State Fair Housing Council (ssfhc.org)
Southern Nevada: Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
Northern Nevada: Washoe Legal Services
Statewide: Nevada Legal Services
Volunteer Attorneys of Rural Nevada
Southern Nevada Senior Law Program