Since its inception in 1995, the United Labor Agency of Nevada has provided assistance to individuals and families facing an unexpected hardship. We provide rental, utility, and hunger assistance to individuals along with extensive case management to prepare the client with a plan of long term financial self-sufficiency.
We are proud of the work we do and hope to continue to assist individuals in need. In order to do this, we rely on the generosity of donors like yourself to keep our programs operational.
For individuals and families who are experiencing the hardship of an unexpected crisis
Rental assistance to prevent homelessness
Utility assistance to prevent discontinuation of services
a Food pantry with nutritious food items to prepare meals
a Diaper bank for the little ones
and Case Managers that work together with clients to prepare a case plan for their self-sufficiency with a long-term goal of financial stability.