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"As your representative, I am available to assist with questions surrounding unemployment, small business needs, concerns over health care - you name it.  As a small business owner myself, my business took steps to ensure our employees are safe, while most are working remotely.  As a wife to someone working in transportation, we are frequently checking our temperatures and making sure we wear face masks when grabbing essential items from the grocery store.  We are all in this together!"  Shea


This communication is not endorsed by and is not an official publication of the State of Nevada or any of its political subdivisions.


Over 528,000 Nevadans have filed for unemployment since protective measures have been put in place to protect Nevadans against the spread of COVID-19.  My heart goes out to each of the families impacted by the loss of employment.  If you have become unemployed, please file for unemployment.  Below are links to Nevada's Unemployment Insurance, as well as the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance ("PUA") for GIG workers and independent contractors.

Clark County School District

To stay up to date on K-12 schooling for this upcoming school year, the following link provides up to date information.  

Food Resources

Three Square Food Bank of Southern Nevada has been providing emergency food distribution during this time.  Here's a link to its services.  If you are able to, you can also make donations via this link to help someone else in need:

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Department of Health and Human Services connects people with important services.  The button below provides you to a link to resources for rent, utilities, food, medical or employment.  

Attention Landlords & Tenants:

Rental Assistance Information

On June 14, the Interim Finance Committee approved an additional $30M in grants to Clark County for rental assistance.  Clark County is to work with 14 different agencies to process applications.  If you are in need of rental assistance (or you are a landlord and your tenant has not been able to pay rent), the following link provides you with information as to the rental, mortgage and utility assistance and has links to the 14 different agencies providing assistance in Clark County:

Governor Sisolak has extended the moratorium on residential evictions for those tenants making an effort to pay their rent. If you have any questions, please call Legal Aid of Southern Nevada at (702) 386-1070.  Legal Aid has experienced lawyers who can assist you with your questions. 

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Until December 31, 2020, Family Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") has been expanded providing paid time off for family needs associated with COVID-19, including having to stay home to care for children.  The button below will connect you with the U.S. Department of Labor for more information.

Census 2020

A complete count of all Nevadans is crucial to make sure we get $67 billion in federal funding in our state to benefit our schools, veterans, healthcare and children's programs.  Completing your #NevadaCensus is vital to our state's future.  Click the button below to get counted!

Small Businesses

The federal government, through passage of various acts, is providing for stimulus aid programs. Payroll protection loans may be applied for from your bank.  

Click on the below button for the U.S. Small Business Association Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources for additional assistance.

Consumer Protection

If you come across any price gouging or individuals trying to take advantage of Nevadans during this time, please report it to our Nevada Attorney General.  This can be reported via the following link:

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