The ACLU of Nevada commends the work being done to protect the health and safety of Nevadans during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is an unprecedented emergency, and we continue to monitor civil rights and liberties related implications.

We’ve updated our system for reporting possible violations of civil rights to make it easier to identify issues related to the novel coronavirus. >> Report a civil rights violation online

We have also set up an email hotline for Nevadans to contact us if they feel their rights or liberties have been violated. We will try to respond to everyone who emails covid-19@aclunv.org, and we will share resources and information when we can.

Every Nevadan deserves proper care during this crisis, regardless of income, race, gender, sexual orientation, or immigration status or whether they are struggling with homelessness or they are incarcerated.

General Information

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It is important that all Nevadans keep informed during this public health crisis.

The state has created the Nevada Health Response webpage to provide up-to-date information on COVID-19. For information from our most populous counties, check out the webpages for Clark County and Washoe County.

Looking for Legal Assistance?

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Many of Nevada's legal assistance organizations are working to help our communities during this crisis with pressing issues such as evictions.

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada

Washoe Legal Services

Nevada Legal Services

Looking for Other Resources?

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Nonprofits across the state are working to connect communities with services and resources, and many have created guides with links. Here are just a few from our colleague organizations.

PLAN has compiled resource guides in English and Spanish.

Battle Born Progress has compiled resources guides in English and Spanish.

Make the Road Nevada has compiled resource guides in English and Spanish.