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Advocacy Agencies

  • Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center
    6039 Eldora Avenue, Suite C - Box 3
    Las Vegas, NV 89146
    702-257-8150
    702-257-8160 TTY
    888-349-3843
    http://www.ndalc.org/
    E-Mail: ndalc@ndalclv.org
  • Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center
    1311 N. McCarron, Suite 106
    Sparks, NV 89431
    775-333-7878
    775-788-7824 TTY
    800-992-5715
    http://www.ndalc.org/
    E-Mail: reno@ndalc.org

Department of Education

  • Department of Education
    Special Education
    700 E. Fifth Street, Suite 113
    Carson City, NV 89701-5096
    702-687-9171
    Website

 

Early Intervention Services (Infant and toddler)

  • Nevada Department of Human Resources
    Division of Health
    Bureau of Early Intervention Services
    1020 Ruby Vista Drive, Suite102
    Elko, NV 89801
    775-753-1214
    800-522-0066

    775-753-6017 FAX
    Website  
    E-Mail: ProjectAssist@dhhs.nv.gov

 

Early Intervention Services (Ages 3 to 5)

  • Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
    Special Education and School Improvement
    Keith Allred, 619 Coordinator
    700 East 5th Street, Suite 113
    Carson City, NV 89701
    775-687-9170
    775-687-9123
    Website
    E-Mail: shalley@doe.nv.gov

 

PTI (Parent Training and Information Centers)

  • Satellite Office
    Nevada P.E.P.
    4600 Kietzke Lane, Suite C-128
    Reno, NV 89502
    775-448-9950
    775-448-9603 FAX
    800-216-5188

 Health & Well-Being

  • Nevada Check Up (NCU) Children's Health Insurance Program
    NCU provides health insurance to eligible children under age 19 who have no other health insurance coverage.  Financial eligibility is based on family size and income.  A quarterly family premium between $25 and $80 is also based on family size and income.
    NCU information
  • Katie Beckett Eligibility Option
    The Katie Beckett program provides Medicaid benefits to children under age 19 with disabilities that meet Nursing Facility Level of Care criteria allowing them to remain at home and in the community.  Parental income and assets are waived and financial eligibility is based on the child's income and assets.  There may be parental financial responsibilities based on their income and resources.  The cost in providing covered services can not exceed the cost for institutional (Nursing Care Facility) care.
    Katie Beckett information (PDF)
    Website
    E:mail: hcbs@dhcfp.nv.gov

  • Medical Assistance for the Aged, Blind and Disabled (MAABD) Program
    The MAABD program provides medical services to financially eligible individuals with disabilities that meet Nursing or Medical Care Facility Level criteria.  Appropriate Home and Community Based Services are provided to eligible individuals allowing them remain at home and in the community.  Programs are available for children and adults with disabilities based on need.
    MAABD information

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