A successful affordable housing strategy is comprised of many facets that require sound policy and strong collaboration.

The Nevada Housing Coalition works actively with its Members on our Policy Committee to explore and implement opportunities for action.

our work at the state level

  • Interim: Identify policy opportunities and explore research and data to support impacts in Nevada
  • Session: Actively work with our Legislators on policy solutions to address both our supply shortage and the access to existing housing

American Rescue Plan Act Funds

  • A collaborative initiative to influence funding allocations of our state’s ARPA Fiscal Recovery Funds
  • NHC Task Force of 70 stakeholders representing diverse sectors and perspectives: economic development, healthcare, affordable housing, nonprofits, private developers

nlihc Housed campaign

  • Nevada Housing Coalition is a proud partner in this BOLD initiative to work for policy and funding solutions that will transform affordable housing in our country.
  • Click on the link above to learn more about our priorities to advance anti-racist policies and achieve the large-scale, sustained investments and reforms necessary for our most marginalized people

nevadans in need

When a household pays more than 30% of their income on housing expenses including rent, or mortgage, and utilities, their housing is not affordable and they are at higher risk of homelessness.


of extremely low-income Nevadans pay more than 30% of their income on rent


affordable and available homes per 100 renter households


Nevada’s deficit of affordable and available rentals for households making less than 50% area median income

What is affordable housing?

Affordable housing is a complex and nuanced, and often misunderstood, issue that affects people, places, communities, and the economy…

These series of topics provide grounding information around housing with the intent to develop a sharing understanding of the housing landscape in Nevada.