Eviction Mediation Program in Nevada

The Nevada State Bar has established an Eviction Mediation Program to get more free mediators available to landlords and tenants who are facing problems. The program provides extensive training, resources, and support to volunteers working to resolve people’s cases.

The state of Nevada has a mediation program to assist with eviction outcomes. The State Bar of Nevada has an Eviction Mediation Program that prepares and organizes mediators to help resolve housing and eviction disputes.

This piece from the Nevada Independent has a December 2020 piece about the Eviction Mediation Program and its roll-out.


This includes organizing mediation nonprofits, including Home Means Nevada, to help the tenants and landlords possibly reach a settlement that repairs the relationship and settles the problems. It assigns mediators to cases. The mediator then connects with the tenant and landlord, to arrange for mediation sessions.


The program includes a website version: The Renter Connect. This has a website and materials for tenants, landlords, and mediators to orient them around mediation.

The State Bar’s website also has extensive documentation about the mediation process. This can help new mediators understand the rules, timelines, and resources.



We need help so bad. I have documents of everything I’m going to say. We worked out a deal with our last apartment to move out on the 30th and have a zero balance. We found a new place opening up on the 15th. The courts accidentally never removed the eviction. We have that letter. But the new apartments rejected us because the eviction was still on. So my son and I are homeless now. And the courts aren’t helping even though they messed up. I waited a month and a half for the low income apartment that was affordable to open up.

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