- City Of Las Vegas – provides ADA-accessible parks, transportation, and recreational activities. Also provides grants, classes and programs.
- City of Las Vegas Adaptive Recreation Division - Community-based therapeutic recreation services.
- Clark County Senior Advocate Program - Coordinates and disseminates information gathered from governmental agencies, health agencies, local groups and organizations, utility companies, businesses and service programs that provide assistance to valley seniors.
- Clark County Social Service Department – provides a variety of services for needy residents of Clark County who are not assisted by other state, federal or local programs.
- Governor’s Office for Consumer Health Assistance – allows all Nevadans access to the information they need regarding their health care concerns. Assists consumers and injured employees in understanding their rights and responsibilities under various health care plans and policies of industrial insurance.
- Nevada Equal Rights Commission - oversees the state’s equal employment opportunity program, handling employment discrimination complaints relating to race, national origin, color, creed/religion, sex (gender and/or orientation), age, and disability (ADA). Also has jurisdiction in Nevada over discrimination in housing and public accommodations.
- Nevada's Bureau of Services to the Blind and Visually Impaired - provides a variety of services to eligible individuals, whose vision is not correctable by ordinary eye care.
- Office of United States Senator Harry Reid – helps Nevadans who have questions or concerns involving various federal agencies, such as Social Security benefits and Supplemental Security Income. Publishes a Retiree Benefits and Assistance Resource Guide available on website.
- Recycled Equipment Program - provides free medical equipment to those who lack other resources.
- Senior Citizens Law Project of the City of Las Vegas - provides free legal counsel and assistance to Clark County residents age 60 and older.
- State of Nevada Division for Aging Services – provides comprehensive support service system in order for Nevada's senior citizens to lead independent, meaningful, and dignified lives. Assists seniors in every step of the service continuum from safeguarding their rights, fostering their self-sufficiency, providing counseling to advocating on their behalf.
- State of Nevada Office of Disability Services - provides resources at the community level which promote equal opportunity and life choices for people with disabilities
- State of Nevada Rehabilitation Division - provides services for people with disabilities to help enable them to work and live independently.
- U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office on Disability – Oversees the implementation and coordination of disability programs, policies and special initiatives pertaining to the over 54 million persons with disabilities in the U.S.
- Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada - non-medical service that provides support and relief for families who are caring for a senior, 60 years of age or older.
- Give Me a Break, Inc. - develops, supports, and maintains respite and other types of programs for families in Nevada.
- Nevada Adult Day Healthcare Center - Provides an organized program of services during the day in a group setting for the purpose of supporting the personal independence of older adults and those with disabilities and promoting their social, physical, and emotional well-being.
Support & Advocacy Groups
- Aid for AIDS of Nevada - provides support and advocacy for adults and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in southern Nevada.
- ALS of Nevada - Providing patient and caregiver support and resources to Nevada residents living with ALS.
- Amputee Coalition of Nevada - Meets monthly at Derfelt Senior Citizens Center to share new information and technology to amputees, diabetics and other interested individuals.
- Blind Center of Nevada - Strives to create a positive social setting and support system outside the home for individuals who are blind or visually impaired.
- BlindConnect - Provides information, referral, and peer support to blind and visually impaired adults. Working to open the first blindness skills training center in Nevada, Angela's House.
- Clark County Pro Bono Project - provides assistance with placement of legal matters with private attorneys in our community who have agreed to accept the cases at no charge, however, clients may be responsible for certain costs, such as, fees charged by the court, photocopies and service of process.
- Easter Seals - provides services to children and adults with disabilities and other special needs, and support to their families.
- HELP of Southern Nevada - assists families and individuals throughout Southern Nevada to overcome barriers and attain self-sufficiency through direct services, training, and referral to community services.
- Helping Hands of Vegas Valley – provides non-medical services for senior citizens such as volunteer care services, wheelchair bound transportation, respite vouchers and a food pantry.
- James Seastrand Helping Hands of North Las Vegas – assists elders over 60 and people with disabilities within North Las Vegas with transportation for medical appointments and other necessary appointments; run errands; grocery shop; respite care; friendly visits; minor home repair and telephone reassurance and community referral for those outside of our area, in order that they may remain independent in their own homes rather than institutionalized.
- Lupus of Nevada - Supporting Nevadans who are with living with Lupus.
- Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) - Combats neuromuscular diseases through programs of worldwide research, comprehensive medical and community services, and far-reaching professional and public health education.
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Nevada Division - offers a variety of programs and services to help each person address the challenges of living with MS.
- National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA), Nevada Chapter - supports those with spinal related injuries or diseases and their families by being an advocate for their rights while serving as a resource to its members and the general public.
- Nevada Council of the Blind - Advocating for safe, independent living for the blind and visually impaired. We are a voice of and for the blind and visually impaired, we offer peer support, education about blindness and scholarship opportunities. We have discovered there is life after blindness and seek to support those who are wondering.
- Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center - Nevada's federally-mandated protection and advocacy system for the human, legal, and service rights of individuals with disabilities.
- Nevada Legal Services - works to provide equal access to justice to low-income residents.
- Nevada Paralyzed Veterans of America - Dedicated to improving and ensuring the quality of life for American veterans who have suffered spinal cord injury or disease resulting in paralysis.
- People First of Nevada - The world's oldest and best known self-advocacy organization that is run by and for people with developmental disabilities. Monthly meetings in Las Vegas on the first Friday of the month from 6pm-7:30pm at CCSN West Charleston Campus- 6375 W Charleston, Las Vegas, Building D Room 216.
- Rebuilding All Goals Efficiently (R.A.G.E.) - offers Independent Living and Assistive Technology, Spinal Cord Network, Fitness Mentoring Program, and Aging and Disability Resource Program.
- Southern Nevada Amputee Support - Provides and promotes resources and information to assist amputees in independent living, represents amputees to the media and other professional, public and related groups and provides visitation service to hospitals and homes.
- Southern Nevada Center for Independent Living - Committed to "Removing Barriers preventing Independent Living" by providing services designed to empower people with disabilities.
- RTC Paratransit - shared-ride, door-to-door program available for those who are functionally unable to independently use the RTC's fixed-route bus system.
- Senior Ride Program - provides half-price taxicab fares to seniors and persons with disabilities residing in Clark County through coupon booklets that are accepted by all taxicab companies in Clark County.
- Nevada Public Radio Radio Reading Service - 24-hour-a-day broadcast service providing readings from a wide range of local and national newspapers, magazines and books for print-impaired residents of southern Nevada.
- The Rose Moore Show - Weekly radio show on KLAV 1230 AM and on the Internet that is geared toward finding, addressing, and solving the unmet needs of learning disabled children in the public school system.
- The Challenger Newspaper - Nevada's only independent Health, Rehabilitation, and People with Disabilities newspaper. Email: Challengerrehab@aol.com.