What Is Children’s Mental Health?
Nevada PEP understands that children and youth with mental health needs and their families face challenges that are often complex and can be confusing. In keeping with our Mission to increase opportunities through education, encouragement, and empowerment activities, we are hopeful that this section of our website will help families with reliable information and resources. We will regularly update this page so be sure to check back.
Important News From Our Partners
Self-Directed Respite Funding
Parenting a child or youth with mental health needs can be challenging emotionally, financially, and physically. Self-directed respite funding is available to families of children and youth ages 3-21 who receive services from certain programs. Parents can choose a person that they trust to provide care for their child. Click the link below to check if your family may be eligible.
Flexible Funds are available to families who receive services from certain programs. These funds are for a one-time purchase that can assist with the expense that can help youth engage with local community support or educational domains. Some examples may include musical instruments, school supplies, tutoring, camp, hobbies or sports equipment related to after school programs. Click the link below to check if your family may be eligible.