Donate to help our community’s most vulnerable as
we continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic
As the pandemic continues to affect our state, NVHC is committed to doing whatever it takes to support the communities we serve. We have added call center staff to handle increases in call volume, activated direct-to-consumer telemedicine to extend care beyond the clinic, and continue to fill gaps in care by providing behavioral health and enabling services. We have created limited-contact COVID-19 screening and testing clinics, and are helping to coordinate equitable distribution of the vaccine. As we continue to search for ways to help one another recover from the pandemic, please consider a gift to NVHC.
Your gift will support and equip our clinical staff and will enable our mission to provide quality healthcare for those who need it most, when they need it most.
Other giving opportunities
When you give to Nevada Health Centers, you support our mission to provide access to quality healthcare services throughout Nevada. Your donation helps us ensure that everyone in our community has access to healthcare so that they can lead healthier, happier lives.
Every gift, whatever the size, contributes to our ability to provide healthcare to our community. Your generosity:
- Allows us to travel throughout the entire state with our mobile mammography van, providing mammograms to all women regardless of insurance or ability to pay
- Provides restorative and preventive dental care services to children through the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®, as well as at our two dental care facilities
- Enables us to offer primary healthcare services at our health centers and WIC offices throughout the state of Nevada
The Mammovan travels throughout the Silver State and brings critical breast health screenings to women (and men) in need.
A donation $150 can cover the costs of a life-saving mammogram.
Poor oral health leads to a variety of problems, particularly in vulnerable children. Help us ensure that they have access to preventive and restorative dental care services.
The Nevada Children’s Health Projects serves children and youth in Clark County, with particular focus on the homeless or those at risk of human trafficking.