Simmaron Research, a medical research nonprofit based in Incline Village NV, is providing no-cost COVID-19 testing to North Lake Tahoe residents who qualify based on income and/or other financial constraint. Please submit all inquiries to the test center: covid19@simmaron.com;
Geno Angel Family Grants: Administered by the Rotary Clubs and supported by the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation, the Geno Angel Family Grants awards financial assistance to families adversely affected by the current crisis and who live or work in Incline Village/Crystal Bay.
Sierra Community House: The result of several area service organizations consolidating under one name, SCH strives to support the region through shared resources to benefit individuals and families. Current services include food boxes for those in need and crisis counseling by phone and email.
Incline Village Parks & Recreation: The parks and recreation department operates area sites, activities and events as well as a fitness center, pool and tennis center. Venues are closed in response to COVID-19, but the department offers online wellness programming on a weekly schedule.
Sierra Senior Services: Sierra Senior Services works to improve the quality of life of our area seniors by providing home-delivered meals, community dining and coordination of additional support services. During the pandemic, they are delivering lunches to any local senior age 60 or older.
Tahoe Family Solutions: TFS is a nonprofit organization that provides an array of services in the areas of education, mental health and youth development at low cost or no cost to children and families living on the Tahoe North Shore. TFS also operates a local thrift store.
Incline Village Community Hospital: A member of the Tahoe Forest Health System, the hospital currently offers limited access and availability. They broadcast a health and healthcare television show for the area and have a COVID-19 hotline at (530) 582-3450.
Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe is supplementing efforts by local school authorities and hunger relief agencies by providing a grab-and-go dinner service to local families in Incline Village (generously supported by Dave and Cheryl Duffield) Mon, Wed, Fri from 4-5:30 PM Incline Elementary
Tahoe’s Connection for Families: TCF is a nonprofit organization designed to empower local families by providing parent education and educational support for early childhood learning experiences. Their offerings include programs for infants, toddlers and parents.
As a Nevada resident, these links should help you find information about filing for unemployment, or if you own a business, how to apply for a loan. There is also information from local non-profits if you find you or your neighbors, family and friends need access to food or other help.
Information and links for navigating COVID-19 from the Washoe County Health District.
Daily Situation Reports COVID-19 from State of Nevada and Governor Sisolak
The coronavirus pandemic means that businesses across the state have had to close their doors, laying off employees on short notice. If you or someone you know has lost a job through no fault of your own due to the coronavirus, you can get support through unemployment insurance (UI).
Incline Serves is a collaborative initiative designed to help both our restaurants and feed those who are struggling to eat in our community. We are purchasing meals locally and working with the NLT Boys & Girls Club to distribute them. Our goal is to provide 9000 meals between April 25-June 30.