Nevada CAN

Nevada CAN: Nevada COVID-19 Aging Network

Nevada CAN is focused on maintaining the quality of life for the 454,221 homebound elders in Nevada. Keeping elders safe from exposure to the virus, while ensuring they are well-supplied, have access to medical and social services, and remain free from isolation is our top priority.

In this unprecedented time many people who have never had to ask for help may have to turn to others for help. We want to make it easy for you to find and ask for the things you need to keep yourself safe at home.

Nevada CAN will connect you to a local provider, volunteer, or government agency to meet your needs. Just complete this form and tell us what you need.

Important Coronavirus Resources

Covid-19 Information and Updates for Nevada Seniors

Coronavirus Updates and Information

Many organizations across the state of Nevada are working to ensure Nevadan’s have access to accurate and timely information. The links below are credible sources of information.

Nevada Senior Elder Assistance

Help for Nevada’s Elders

Nevada 2-1-1 can provide you information and resources. Simply dial 2-1-1 and you can talk to someone and get information about what services are available in your community.

Nevada Senior Assistance Volunteers

Volunteer or Donate

Delivery Volunteers

Are you interested in providing no contact food delivery services?

Sign-up to volunteer with Delivering with Dignity and become a food hero for seniors in your area.

The United Way manages the volunteers for Delivering with Dignity.

Please select the applicable link below to be directed to the volunteer registration page for the United Way in your area.

Social Support Volunteers

Are you interested in providing virtual (telephone-based and/or online) social support to homebound Nevadans?

Sign up to volunteer with the NEST (Nevada Ensures Support Together) Collaborative.

NEST Collaborative volunteers aim to reduce social isolation and ensure the needs of vulnerable adults are met by facilitating individual and small-group social interactions, and by providing one-to-one tutorials about how to use technology for a variety of purposes (e.g., grocery shopping, telehealth, video-conferencing, etc.) that can help people stay home and stay safe during this time of social distancing.

To become a NEST Collaborative volunteer, click on the volunteer interest form below.

After you submit the form, you will be contacted by the NEST Collaborative directly to complete a volunteer application and online training.

Supply Donations

Nevadans can help one another through this Coronavirus outbreak in many ways.

Donations are needed to support the daily needs of our most vulnerable adults.

Food, disposable adult briefs, pet food, toiletries and medical supplies are all needed.

To donate, please click on the donation form below.

After submission, someone from the Nevada CAN Food and Medication Action Team will contact you.

Thank you for your willingness to donate!

Monetary contributions are also being accepted to help support our volunteer-hosted social support effort through the NEST Collaborative. If you are interested in making a contribution to the NEST Collaborative, please send your inquiry to

Nevada 211 Senior Coronavirus Provider Network

Nevada’s Provider Network Information

The unprecedented aging services crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted into high gear across the entire Nevada Aging Services Network.

Nevadas most vulnerable elders have relied on our Network for years. Now, with Elders across the state being asked to isolate at home the demand on our systems will only increase as we work together to maintain the quality of life of the 454,221 homebound elders in Nevada.  It is essential that we collaborate and coordinate services across the state and support one another in meeting the needs of our Elders.