Foreclosure Mediation Program

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: How do I obtain the Trustee ID Number for the State of Nevada Foreclosure Mediation Program Notice?
Answer:  The Trustee ID Number is the same Trustee ID Number that you may have had assigned under the former Foreclosure Mediation Assistance Program with the Supreme Court.  If you have no record of this, please provide with the exact Trustee name and we will attempt to look this up on the previous system and provide the number.
Question: I have been assigned as a Mediator by the District Court, I have questions about education, assignments, and documents, where do I get this information?
All mediation questions should be directed to the District Court within the jurisdiction assigned.  Home Means Nevada, Inc. does not have the ability to provide information regarding the Mediation process or education.
Question: Are Filing, Mediation and Notice of Default fees paid and sent to Home Means Nevada, Inc.?
Answer:  No! Fees must be paid to the District Courts in ALL cases.  Any fees paid directly to Home Means Nevada, Inc. will be returned to sender, via regular mail.  Please note that fees paid to Home Means Nevada will not be forwarded to the District Court and could cause a delay in your processing.   


    Foreclosure Certificate Announcement


    Home Means Nevada, Inc., is pleased to announce that it will begin issuing Certificates and continue implementing the Foreclosure Mediation Program as set forth in Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) section 107.086 as amended by the provisions of Senate Bill 490 passed during the 2017 Nevada Legislative Session.   Please send all notices and requests for Certificates to email address or to the physical address of 3300 West Sahara Avenue Suite 480, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102.  We will process these requests based on the information and documentation submitted to our office.

    Our goal is to provide you with resources and information on the Foreclosure Mediation Program through our website at, which contains the Forms, Resources (including links to each of the Nevada District Court websites), and Frequently Asked Questions.  However, our office does not conduct or oversee the Mediation Process, Mediator Training/Education, or Mediator Assignments, which is conducted and overseen by the District Courts.  Additional information on the Nevada Supreme Court Foreclosure Mediation Rules adopted on August 1, 2017, can be found on the Nevada Supreme Court website at
    *Please also note that Home Means Nevada, Inc. is unable to provide legal advice or guidance on compliance with Senate Bill 490 or the Nevada Supreme Court Foreclosure Mediation Rules adopted on August 1, 2017.
    Should you have any questions or concerns please contact Home Means Nevada, Inc., at 702-786-8180 or