LAS VEGAS -- The state is introducing a new program to help homeowners facing foreclosure.
Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez-Masto was in Las Vegas to announce the roll out of the home again Nevada homeowner relief program.
The program is funded by the national mortgage settlement. That's the $25 billion agreement between the five biggest banks and more than 45 states.
The attorney general stressed the program is free.
“The intent of the program is a one stop shop we've brought all of our certified counselors together. To create a one stop shop to help homeowners who are distressed, " Cortez-Masto said.
Cortez-Masto says unlike some past programs. This one will exist until homeowners no longer need help. To start, call 1-855-457-4638.