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Nevadans concerned about being able to pay rent can work with their landlord or management company to see what options are available. Many landlords are working with tenants on rent payment flexibility during the shutdown. To qualify for rental assistance, you may need a letter of nonpayment from your landlord. For assistance in paying your rent, contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development at:
If you need legal assistance with eviction issues, legal aid providers are available on a sliding scale so that you pay what you can afford.
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"I worked closely with Ms. Howard for approximately 2.5 years. I have experienced her wonderful work ethic, her ability to adapt to any environment and handle any situation whether she had the experience and skills to address the situation or not. In the field of HIV/AIDS prevention, Ms. Howard has been a longtime advocate and educator, especially in minority communities that have been adversely affected by this virus. She has coordinated and hosted several community events, reaching out to youth and adults on safe sex and prevention practices, and provided mobile testing units. Ms. Howard has developed her grant writing skills and worked to increase funding for her program, which allows for more community outreach and services."
Kimisha L. Causey, MPH
State of Nevada HAI Coordinator