Clark County CHAP

What is CHAP?

The Clark County CHAP program assists residents of Clark County facing financial hardship and lack sufficient income or resources to pay their rental housing costs and utilities. Two programs called Eviction CHAP and Fixed Income CHAP currently assist residents who are facing eviction.

New programs to assist with Eviction

New CHAP eligibility requirements have been established to aid those facing eviction due to non-payment of rent. Only applications for households that meet the new eligibility criteria are being accepted as of January 23, 2023.

If you have received an eviction notice, you may apply for assistance here. You will be required to answer a few screening questions to see if you will qualify for one of the new eviction assistance programs, including:

  • Is at least one member of your household living on a fixed income (e.g., Social Security, VA benefits, or pensions)?
  • Has your rent increased within the 12-month period prior to the date of your application?
  • Have you received an eviction notice for non-payment of rent?
START HERE to determine if you are eligible for CHAP Assistance:
Required Documentation:

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The following documents are required to complete your application. Please have them ready:

For Rental Assistance:

  • NV government-issued identification
  • Rental lease agreement
  • Eviction notice served

For Utility Assistance:

  • Copy of current utility bill in the name of the applicant or another household member listed on the lease

Additional documentation may be required dependent on the answers provided to screening questions in the application.

  • CHAP Application Status

To check the status of an already submitted application, click on the link below:

My Application
  • CHAP Application Status

To visit the portal and upload documents, click on the link below:

Visit Portal
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