Communications Toolkit

A variety of COVID-19 fact sheets, posters, signs and social media posts are available for downloading and sharing. Most materials are available in both English and Spanish.

Visit the toolkit

Community Resources and Information

The Southern Nevada Health District is committed to helping people experiencing homelessness and the community that serves them. We are collaborating with government agencies, community partners, and stakeholders to provide a coordinated effort and guided response specific to:

  • Staff and Residents of Homeless Shelters
  • Outreach Staff and People Experiencing Unsheltered Homelessness
  • Alternate Care Sites

Homeless Service Providers and Shelters:

If you are a shelter and have questions regarding cleaning and disinfecting, representatives from the Health District Environmental Health Division are available for assistance. Please contact them at

If you are a shelter and need technical assistance other than cleaning and disinfecting, technical representatives from the Southern Nevada Health District are available for assistance. Please contact them at

Outreach Staff and People Experiencing Unsheltered Homelessness:

Local Resources:

The Nevada Resilience Project supports families and individuals experiencing struggles and challenges due to COVID-19. Resilience Ambassadors are available as a direct contact to provide education, information, and resource navigation while promoting healthy coping, empowerment, and resilience. Resource information includes food and housing assistance, childcare, school services, mental health services, health care, utility assistance, transportation assistance, veteran services, disability services, employment, and more.

A Resilience Ambassador can provide support and connection to resources over the phone, through text, or email. All services are free, confidential, and available in English or Spanish.

Resilience Ambassadors for Southern Nevada Health District are available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For after-hours help, please contact Crisis Support Services of Nevada. Call 1-800-273-8255 or text CARE to 839863.

The goal of these documents is to help schools plan for and implement measures to reduce COVID-19 transmission in the school setting while meeting the educational needs of all students. These documents are intended to apply to all K-12 schools and community-based educational organizations, which may include public, charter, private, or homeschool co-ops throughout Clark County.