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620 Lake Avenue
Silver Springs, Nevada 89429 ~
Phone: (775) 577-5009
Fax: (775) 577-5093
The purpose of this survey is to help Lyon County Human Services (LCHS) develop a strategic plan to enhance the well-being of individuals across the lifespan. Your input will help determine the direction of LCHS. Thank you for taking this opportunity to tell us what services will help residents of Lyon county live safe, secure, healthy lives and/or help individuals live as independently as possible. The information you provide will remain confidential.
Prevention activities to help people in situations of crisis: sexual
assault, suicide, substance abuse, physical and mental abuse.
Affording the cost of care, being able to find and visit a dentist or specialist, and finding insurance coverage.
Education outside of the public school system for all ages. Examples are pre-school, after-school tutoring, English as a Second Language, and General Education Diplomas (GEDs) for people who did not
graduate from high school.
Help paying for rent and utilities, general financial help, and other basics that an individual or family cannot afford like clothing, school supplies or household goods.
Usually provided by call centers and resource centers that understand the services available through public and private organizations and can direct people to the correct program.
Physical and mental health care, finding a doctor, affording care, getting insurance coverage, and help applying for benefits like
Medicaid, Medicare and Nevada Check-Up.
Help with resumes, job training, help with job searches, and anything else that might help an unemployed or underemployed individual get a job.
Subsidized housing, emergency shelters, homeless services, and the general lack of affordable housing in some communities.
Emergency food, help applying for benefits like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and education about nutrition.
Programs that help prevent domestic violence, child or elder abuse and neglect, and other forms of exploitation, as well as services that help victims recover from these crimes.
Prevention activities to help people avoid problems with alcohol and drugs, and also services that help people stop abusing alcohol and drugs.
Services for people of all ages. Usually includes help that gives caregivers a break (respite), in-home services like housekeeping and meal preparation, and other services that improve a person's ability to live independently in the community.
Bus passes, gasoline gift cards, taxi vouchers, transportation for persons with disabilities, and other help getting around.
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