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Organization: Pershing County 4-H
Phone Number: 775-273-2923
Address: 10 6th St Lovelock, Nevada 89419
Resource Need: After School Activities and Youth Programs
County Served: Pershing
Additional Information:

4-H offers youth ages 5 to 19 the opportunity to learn life skills, make new friends, enhance self-esteem, achieve personal goals, develop positive relationships with peers and volunteers, and have fun learning and sharing as a family and club. Members can take part in communications, leadership, career development, citizenship, healthy living, science, technology, engineering programs and more. Members 9 to 19 select 4-H projects to explore through club and county activities. Children 5-8 participate in non-competitive actives exploring a variety of fun, hands-on interest areas. 

Organization: Pershing County Learning Center & Adult Education
Phone Number: 775-273-4994
Address: 756 Western ave, Lovelock NV 89419
Resource Need: Adult Education or GED
County Served: Pershing
Additional Information:

Adult High School & GED Program provides the opportunity for students, age 17 and older, to successfully meet the requirements for an adult high school diploma or a GED certificate. The curriculum is computer based with assistance and tutoring available from instructors.

Western Nevada Community College Outreach Program provides the opportunity for residents of Pershing County to continue their education on the college level without having to travel out of the area. 

Great Basin College's Winnemucca Center oversees classes offered via interactive video. Placement and proctored testing by appointment.

Organization: Lovelock Paiute Tribe
Phone Number: 775-273-7861
Address: Lovelock,NV 89419
Resource Need: After School Activities and Youth Programs
Energy Assistance
Food Assistance
Healthcare Services
Mental Health
Recovery and Addiction
Rental Assistance
Senior/Disabled Assistance with Daily Living
County Served: Pershing
Additional Information:

To qualify for services or programs you must be an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe.

The Johnson O'Malley Program is designed to give supportive assistance to students who live on or near the Lovelock Paiute Colony and includes students from Head Start to High School. This program can help with: school supplies, student fees, assistance with sports footwear, academic incentives, tutoring (when funding allows), and more. 

Head Start programs serve children ages 3-5 and their families by providing educational, health,nutritional, social and other services. 

Housing Authority Program provides safe, decent, sanitary homes for low income tribal members residing within the boundaries of the colony and the surrounding service area. Assistance is based on an application process with qualifying factors. 

Tribal Elders Program is for  member elders 55 years of age or older or anyone married to an American Indian 55 or older living on Lovelock Paiute Reseration, members who are totally disabled or handicapped under the age of 55 living with an elder, and for caregivers caring for homebound elders. Every elder participating with the Title VI program  is required to fill an intake form before receiving services. 

-Nutrition Program: Free well balanced hot meals and supportive services are provided to members, their spouses, caregivers and homebound elders. Congregated meals provide social interaction ad are served at the Tribal Administration Building lunch room at 201 Bowean st. 

-Caregiving: Caregivers assist in accessing services in counseling, respite care, supplemental services and and supportive services. 

No eligible participant will be denied service regardless of wether he/she contributes. 

Indian Health Services: The community health representative and the in home health Aide transports patients to and from medical, dental, and mental health appointments and provides care to the elderly by assisting with their specific needs.The elderlyreceive home visits, transportation for shopping and regularly scheduled blood pressure checks. 

Mental Health Counseling: Individual, Family, Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Domestic Abuse, Parenting Classes. 

Department of Human Services/ICWA: Referrals for individual and family services, temporary financial assistance, job seeking assistance, inforation on available services. 

Organization: Department of Health and Human Services- Division of Welfare and Supportive Services
Phone Number: See below
Address: See below
Resource Need: Energy Assistance
Food Assistance
Securing Benefits or Health Insurance
County Served: Pershing
Additional Information:

Child Support: (775-273-1313) 535 Western Ave, Lovelock, NV 89419

Child Support enforcement is a family-first program intended to ensure families self-sufficiency by making child support a more reliable source of income. To apply for Child Support Services you can mail or fax the application.

Child Care: Reno District Office (775-684-7200) 4055 South Virginia street, Reno, NV 89502

The Child Care Assistance Program assists low-income families, families receiving temporary public assistance an those transitioning from public assistance in obtaining child care so they can work. Other services include Resource and Referral for parents seeking child care. Call for information on qualifications. 

Energy Assistance Intake: Pershing County Senior Center(775-273-2291) 630 Western Ave, Lovelock, NV 89419 

The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) provides a supplement to assist qualifying low-income Nevadans with the cost of home energy. The EAP program year begins July 1st and applications are accepted through June 30th. Applications are evaluated year round or until funding is exhausted. Eligible households receive an annual, one-time per year benefit customarily paid directly to their energy provider. 

SNAP, Financial Assistance, Medical Programs, Welfare Programs: Fallon District Office (775-423-3161) 111 Industrial Way, Fallon, NV 89406

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low income people and families buy the food they need for good health. After an  interview you will be notified by mail of your qualification status and if approved of the monthly amount of SNAP benefits you will receive. 

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provide's temporary assistance for the care of dependent children in their own homes or the home of relatives by furnishing financial assistance and self-sufficiency services. For more information on qualifications call the district office or see the TANF-Facts & Frequently asked questions page. 

There are a number of medical assistance programs offered for individuals and families. Some of the coverage is free and some requires a fee. Medicaid programs include coverage for low income individuals, families, children, specialized households, Nevada Check Up and Medical Assistance to Aged, Blind and Disabled (MAABD). 

*To apply for services call the district office, use Access Nevada online, or down load the application and mail or fax it to the district office. 

**Click here for information needed to process your application for supportive services. 

***You can video chat with a caseworker from The Department of Health and Human Services at The Pershing County WIC office at 775 Cornell st in Lovelock. Call 775-273-7338 for video chat days and times. A caseworker also comes into the office the 1st Thursday of the month.  

Organization: Pershing County WIC Clinic
Phone Number: 775-273-7338
Address: 775 Cornell street, Lovelock, NV 89419
Resource Need: Food Assistance
County Served: Pershing
Additional Information:

The Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, also known as WIC, is a program designed to help low-income pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding woen, infants and children 5 years old or younger who are at nutritional risk. The Nevada WIC program accomplishes this by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information that can help provide healthy eating options including breastfeeding, and referrals to health care.

Income guidelines for WIC are considerably higher tan for other public assistance programs, so many families with employed members can qualify. To apply call and schedule an appointment. Make sure to verify what documents you need to ring wit you so they have everything needed to determine eligibility. 

Organization: Lovelock Community Food Bank
Phone Number: 755-273-2541
Address: 810 Franklin ave, Lovelock NV
Resource Need: Food Assistance
County Served: Pershing
Additional Information:

Actual location at the NE corner of 8th street and Franklin Avenue at the old city yard

Monday and Thursdays from 3:30 to close (at the discretion of the volunteers). Fresh Produce first week during Food Bank hours. Milk, Bread and other items donated from the grocery store are always available. For additional food a referral is required. Bring picture ID. 

The Pershing County Treasurer's office provides referrals up to 4 times per year to those who meet income qualifications. (775-273-2208) 398 Main St, Lovelock, NV 89419 

3rd Tuesday at 10:00 am. A referral is not required but you will need proof of residency.