Click here to apply for CHAP assistance. Applicants must meet a certain income level based on their household size, provide documented proof of their financial hardship due to COVID, and be Clark County residents. Timothy Burch Administrator. Randy K. County Social Service CCSS provides a variety of services for disadvantaged residents of Clark County who are not assisted by other state, federal or local programs.
Nevada Adult Protective Services (APS) and Elder Abuse Hotline
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If you have an emergency please call A report submitted online may take up to 24 hours to process. The report must contain, if obtainable NRS B. Reports can also be made anonymously. Due to confidentiality, once a report is made, the department is unable to confirm or deny if there is an open case. If an investigation is initiated, the reporting party should receive a call within 72 hours or less. If you do not receive a call, the report is likely documented as information only.
Incoming calls to report child abuse that are made during normal business hours are transferred to the appropriate agency, and after-hours reports are taken by Crisis Support Services of Nevada staff for all overnight, weekend and holiday hours. All child abuse and neglect related reports will be directed to Division of Child and Family Services, Child Protective Services or law enforcement in the appropriate county depending on the level of urgency involved. Physical abuse is non-accidental, deliberate and intentional physical injuries to a child. Physical abuse can include shaking, biting, burning, cutting, twisting of limbs and excessive punishment.
A chat agent is available right now to answer your questions! If you suspect an adult is being abused, neglected, or exploited, call Adult Protective Services Statewide Intake, toll-free at or We are committed to protecting the safety of adults who are not able to protect themselves and to promoting the personal choice and self-determination of all we serve. Adult abuse, neglect, and exploitation are under-reported, yet can have severe or even deadly consequences.