Elected officers in Las Vegas prolonged a crisis services contract Tuesday with a nonprofit that gives assist to individuals in Laughlin and the encircling Nevada-Arizona-California space.
Approval got here after the River Fund Inc., received reward from Commissioner Michael Naft for instance of how cooperative agreements ought to work. Naft’s district contains Laughlin.
River Fund president and chief govt Mike Connor stated the contract reveals fee concern for individuals residing in and across the Colorado River resort metropolis about 100 miles south of Las Vegas.
River Fund has a rent-free workplace on the Laughlin Constable’s Neighborhood Useful resource Heart providing help to people and households with utility payments, lease, medical prices, air con repairs, work playing cards and different wants, county spokeswoman Stacey Welling stated.
River Fund pays telephone, information, safety, custodial and tools prices.
Thus far this 12 months, the group has supplied help to 630 households, affecting about 1,900 individuals.
Clark County first contracted with River Fund in 2010. The brand new lease runs via September 2025 with 5 further one-year renewal choices.