Emergency Aid of Boulder City, Inc

Pantry Hours: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
Intake Office Hours: 9 AM - 11:30 AM | Mon, Tue, Thu
Appointments are required for Rent, Utility, and other emergency assistance

Who are we?

Emergency Aid of Boulder City (EABC) is a nonprofit organization founded in the 1930s to assist employees and workers during the construction of the Hoover Dam.
EABC has a long history within the Boulder City community and is staffed by local volunteers. Emergency Aid BC relies on federal, state, and city grants. We also accept private donations from residents and organizations

*** Many thanks to our Boulder City community ***

Our Mission

Emergency Aid of Boulder City provides emergency assistance to Boulder City residents and stranded travelers for food, rent, utilities, short-term lodging, transportation, gas, auto repair, and medical help during a time of emergency.
Emergency Aid BC services require registration with the Clarity-HIMS program along with valid photo ID. Grant funding and other program qualifying terms and conditions may apply

Mortgage assistance should first apply to the  Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation (NAHAC) | 888-320-6526
 BCNV.org for additional local Boulder City emergency resources
 COX.com for information about the Affordable Connectivity Program

Emergency Aid Boulder City
600 Nevada Way
P.O. Box 60673
Boulder City, NV, 89006
Call: (702)293-0332
Fax: (702)272-1085

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  General Services  

Transportation, Food, Stranded Traveler, Assistance Services

Services provided require valid ID and enrollment with the Clarity(HIMS) service tracking program. All services are subject to review and approval processes. Emergency Aid of Boulder City, Inc makes every effort to deliver needed assistance to applicants. Non-compliance with service terms or abuse of services may result in denial of service

  Residential Services  

EABC Financial Assistance

Referral Assist

All services are provided on a reviewed case-by-case basis. Qualifying conditions vary depending on the type of assistance and the nature of the emergency. We may require access to income verification, employment status verification, social security number, and other personal information depending on service

Thank you for all of your support Boulder City!

  Donate Goods  

Donations can be dropped off at our facilityduring operating hours.

Diapers sizes 1-4, Adult Diapers
Shampoo, Conditioner, Deodorant
Facial Tissues, Toilet Paper, Paper Towels
Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap
Canned Chili, ravioli, spaghetti, etc.
Spaghetti Sauce, Macaroni and Cheese, Canned Meat
Peanut Butter, Jelly, Tuna
Cereal and Soup of any kind or size
Clean plastic grocery bags
Gently used Sleeping Bags and Backpacks
Crakers, Snacks, Energy Bars
Cleaning supplies, travel toilet
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  Money Donations  

We accept checks made out to "Emergency Aid of Boulder City"
Please mail-in check donations to "EA-BC, P.O. Box 60673, Boulder City, Nevada, 89006"

THANK YOU for all of your support!

  Volunteer Opportunities  

Food Pantry

Assist clients with check-in, food selection, bagging, and carrying goods to client transportation. Restocking warehouse shelves and product inventory management. Retail and warehouse experience is always a plus!

Intake Office

Assist clients through interviewing to assess their needs, complete the appropriate paperwork, and utilize appropriate resources available throughout the BC and LV communities. This position requires computer skills, interviewing skills, knowledge of community resources, and the ability to say 'no'

Office Support

Do you have a knack for office administrative work? We would love your assistance! This position fills various office administrative needs such as filing, copying, and organizing. If keeping things organized is your thing, let us know!

Event Support

Assist with special events such as Thanksgiving and Christmas Household Meals, Angel Tree, Dental Clinics, Backpack Drive, and other EABC events. This is an ideal way to volunteer part time and help our BC community!
Interested volunteers are asked to complete an application and confidentiality form
Participate in training at EABC in the area of your choice and need
Volunteers involved in Intake Office will work with the Volunteer Trainer, participate in Clarity-Nevada (HMIS) Homeless Management Information System online training. New volunteers will have one-on-one shadowing with Intake volunteers for several weeks until they feel comfortable prior to being scheduled

Additional Resources

One Page Resource Guide

The City of Boulder City official local area resources 
Visit the One Page resource guide
 for more information.

Utility Disconnect Prevention

Boulder City is suspending utility disconnections on a case-by-case basis
Call702-293-9244to discuss

Food Stamp Assistance

Three Square Food Bank is helping people sign up for food stamps
Call702-765-4030or visitwww.threesquare.org

Mortgage Assistance Program (UMAP)

The Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance non-profit Corporation -Unemployment Mortgage Assistance Program (UMAP)is available to aid homeowners who have experienced a job loss

Clark County Shelters

Clark County Shelters | Social ServicesActive list of shelters and services geared toward Clark County residents in need.

Nevada DHHS

NV Department of Health and Human Services, assistance program links.
Consumer Health, Food, Financial, Medical, Mental Health Services, and Family Resource Centers.Visit Nevada DHHS Assistance Website
for more information.

Unemployment Insurance - NV

Watch UI NV YouTube Playlist
Five videos from Nevada Unemployment Insurance to help explain the Unemployment registration process and navigate their website.

Clark County, NV Services

Directory of Clark County programs and servicesgeared toward assistance for Clark County residents, seniors, and disabled population.


Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR) main website.
Visit detr.nv.gov
for more information.

Nevada 2-1-1

Call2-1-1or visitwww.nevada211.org
This number connects you to local health, human, and social service organizations

CARES Housing Assistance Program (CHAP)

Clark County CARES Housing Assistance Program. Residents of Clark County who have suffered substantial financial hardship and now lack sufficient income or resources available to pay their housing costs

COVID-19 Testing Sites

VisitSouthern Nevada Health District's Test Site Calendar to see when and where COVID-19 testing is being performed across southern Nevada.