Homemaker Services

Homemaker Services

The Homemaker Home Health Aide (HHHA) Program, offered by Clark County Social Service (CCSS), delivers both short- and long-term homemaking and personal care services to low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities. Rooted in the belief that in-home care can enhance the daily lives of clients and reduce the need for unnecessary institutionalization, this program is a vital support system.

Tailored to aid aging or disabled individuals requiring personal care and assistance with housekeeping routines, the HHHA program is designed to enable them to stay in the comfort of their own homes. By providing assistance, the program contributes to the goal of helping families and individuals achieve or maintain self-sufficiency while simultaneously reducing the demand for custodial care.

HHHA services are administered through contracted private home health agencies. For more information about our Homemaker Services program, please reach out to our office at 702-455-4270, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You can also contact us via email at AdultCareServices@ClarkCountyNV.Gov. We are here to assist and support you in fostering a secure and independent living environment.


  • Personal care services (bathing, dressing, grooming)
  • Grocery shopping
  • Prescription pick up
  • Laundry (including linen changes)
  • Light meal preparation
  • Light house cleaning (limited to ½ hr per week)


  • Over the age of 18.
  • Not eligible for similar services through insurance or another program.
  • A resident of Clark County.
  • Disabled and/or have a medical need for services.
  • Meet income and asset guidelines as outlined in the Social Service policy manual.

How to Apply

Referrals to the HHHA program are made by contracted nursing and adult-care facilities.

Download the In-Home Services Agency Handbook
Download the HHHA Referral Form. 

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