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ALCOHOL/DRUG PROGRAMS

A.R.C.H., INC. (Alcoholics, Re-socialization Condition) — 604 S. 37th St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 346-8898 FAX (402) 346-1129

This is a private, non-profit organization, providing residential facilities for recovering Adult Male Alcoholics. Admission criteria are to be chemical free, and remain so, with a commitment to stay 90 — 120 days. Fees determined by residents and staff, and will not exceed $100 per week.Director, Dick Finke helps with placement of individuals in a _ way house after completion of the program at A.R.C.H.

CAMPUS FOR HOPE — 1490 N. 16th St., Omaha NE 68102 (402) 827-0570
FAX (402) 827-0580; Intensive Outpatient — 3003 N 60th St., Omaha, NE 68104
(402) 554-0520 or (402) 554-0365

(Formerly St. Gabriel s) Operates under the United Catholic Social Services. Campus for Hope offers a de-tox unit, and an intensive after care program for those completing the 28-day inpatient program for alcoholism and outpatient services. They also offer a long-term program, which runs six months to two years.

CENTERPOINT COUNSELING SERVICES, 1941 South 42nd St., Ste 134, Omaha, NE
(42nd & Center Street) 402-346-0112

Offers substance abuse services, evalutations, and counseling and sliding fee scale.

CHARLES DREW HEALTH CENTER — 2915 Grant St., Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 453-1433 FAX (402) 453-1970

The center offers medical and dental services, community outreach activities. CDHC meets the needs of a large segment of Omaha s under served and under privileged population. CDHC embraces the service philosophy of providing affordable, quality, family health care by acknowledging the dignity of the individual, strength of family, and the supportive network of the community. Charles Drew Center offers a homeless day house clinic, providing health care services and limited case management services, substance abuse services, referral for inpatient services, mental health services and outreach services.

CHICANO AWARENESS CENTER — 4821 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 733-2720 FAX (402) 733-6720

This organization offers free services for those in need of emergency food pantry, language, education, and career counseling, substance abuse counseling, and legal assistance, parental education, senior social services.


COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110
(402) 451-4500 Fax (402) 933-4501 Contact: Teela Mickles

This organization offers ongoing assistance for women in the following areas: Drug Treatment, Counseling, Job Training, GED, Housing, Community Service, Spiritual Mentoring and Group Support.


CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING & CONSULTING — 2845 Ames Ave., Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 457-5761 Fax (402) 457-1997 Contact: Cynthia McCullough

Offers Chemical Dependency Evaluations, Child & Adolescent Behavior, Cognitive Restructuring,12-Step & Groups and Dual Diagnosis.

EASTERN NEBRASKA OFFICE ON AGING — 4223 Center St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6444

Offers free temporary assistance for people age 60 or older who are in need of health, transportation or employment program, (which is 55 or older). They offer a Homemaker s Program, i.e., will straighten home, offer bath aide, offers Meals on Wheels to elderly on a sliding fee scale. This agency has, in the past, aided senior citizen Parolees.

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656 FAX (402) 451-3057

Provides Family Development Services, Nutrition Center, Taxes, Utility/Rental Assistance,Behavioral Health Services: Mental Health; Substance Abuse; Community Building Project:Assist families in developing formal/informal support systems and life skills that advance their goals for well being; Strengthening Multi-Ethnic Families and Communities: A Violence Prevention Parent Training Program; Mentoring, Tutoring, and Other Activities for Youth; Support Groups, Violence Prevention, Anger Management, and Decision-Making Techniques for Constructive Living.

HEARTLAND COUNSELING & CONSULTING CENTER —
6663 Sorenson Parkway, Omaha, NE 68152 (402) 453-6869 FAX (402) 453-6768

Offers counseling for individuals, couples and family issues, Mental Health, SAP, Parenting, and Support Groups for Women and Children, Teen Leadership Groups, Tobacco Prevention Groups, Homicidal Grief Support Groups. Also, provides screening for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADHD Evaluation, Screening for
Alcohol/Depression/Bi-Polar/Anxiety. Free Screening Services and Support Groups.


HEARTLAND FAMILY SERVICES (Central Office) — 2101 S. 42nd St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 553-3000 FAX (402) 552-7444

Offers Professional Counseling for Parent/Child Problems, Couples Relationships, Depression, and other Mental Health issues. Specializations include Geriatrics Counseling, Substance Abuse, Compulsive Gambling, Domestic Abuse, Divorce and Remarriage. They have numerous locations throughout the Metro Area and offer Community Education and Neighborhood Centers and Services. Offers DWI/OWI and MIP classes, and Parenting classes. Also, has a 24-hour crisis line and a safe haven shelter for women, offering a course, Choosing Non-Violence . They offer a
sliding fee scale.

HELEM S COUNSELING & CONSULTING SERVICES — 3909 Cuming St., Suite 202,Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 933-2060 Fax (402) 933-2061

Offers Individual, Family & their Children s Drug/Alcohol Counseling and Mental Health Therapy.

INTERTRIBAL TREATMENT CENTER — 2240 Landon Court., Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 346-0902 FAX (402) 342-5290

This is a 45-day Inpatient Program, and a structured aftercare program for Native Americans. They offer SAP/Alcohol , and Out- Evaluations. In-Patient treatment is for Native Americans only. Out-Patient Counseling is for everyone. Evaluations are on a sliding scale. They also offer Alcohol/Drug Education Assistance.

JOURNEYS — 815 Dorcas St., Omaha, NE 68108
(402) 898-4135 FAX (402) 898-4139 Contact: Miguel Soto

Offers an Intensive Out-Patient Program for 8-12 weeks. They also have an 8-hour chemical dependency education class; which costs $80. Journeys provides services to clients up to 19 years of age.

JUAN DIEGO CENTER — 5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865

Provides services for, but not limited to, Omaha s Hispanic community. Individual, family marriage counseling, bilingual counseling, anger control for men, education and employment development. The ministry offers emergency food pantry, small business training classes, non-legal immigration assistance, services to acquaint women with our country: language, driver s education and counseling. This center offers a Christmas Program for families that have a sponsor.

JUDI BINIAMOW ASSESSMENT & COUNSELING SERVICES — 42nd & Center St.,Center Mall, Omaha, NE. 68105 (402) 321-1956

Offers Mental Health, Substance Abuse Evaluations only.


LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES — 730 N. Fort Crook Road, Bellevue, NE 68147
(402) 292-9105 Fax (402) 292-0342; 120 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 342-7007
FAX (402) 661-7117; 2401 Lake St., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 455-9757 FAX (402) 455-0333;
4980 S. 118th St., Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 894-4796 or 894-4797 FAX (402) 894-4783; 1201
Golden Gate Drive, Papillion, NE 68046 (402) 592-0639 FAX (402) 592-0014

These centers offer one-day Alcohol/Drug Education Classes. Offers Comprehensive overview of the physiological, social and spiritual effects of alcohol and other drugs. Offers Out-Patient Alcohol/Drug & Dependency Treatment. Cost is $60 payable at time of registration.
These facilities also offer outpatient treatment for those with psychiatric/psychological disorders.Mental health, pregnancy, respite care (families with a critically ill family member), family marriage counseling, anger control, sex offenders/victim counseling, and adoption services offered.

NEBRASKA CENTER ON SENTENCING ALTERNATIVES (NCSA) — Woods & Shada
Associates, P.O. Box 4709, Lincoln, NE 68504-0709. Lois Woods, B.A., LADCA; Phone 402-
730-0433 Kathy Shada, Ph.D., PLADC; Phone 402-560-
2564

Provide substance use evaluations. Mobile and flexible schedules — offer morning, afternoon, evening and weekend appointments.

NEBRASKA COUNCIL TO PREVENT ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE —
(800) 648-4444 or (402) 474-1992

Alcohol and drug information both locally and nationally.

NEW BEGINNINGS COUNSELING SERVICES — 2505 North 24th Street, Suite 409 D,
Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 457-2590 FAX (402) 457-2611; Contact: Pastor Bobby Loud (402)
208-7620

This is a community-based, faith-centered, chemical dependency program

NEW CREATIONS — 4460 Redman Ave., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 451-6241

(Transitional living for the chronically homeless and chronically addicted.) A 12-Step based recovery program including housing paid for by the individual. (Includes men, women, married or single, and their children). Additional services include job training, job placement, transportation, money management classes, GED classes, and 12-Step meetings. Must be committed to attending 3 outside meetings weekly and in-house groups, plus obtain a sponsor. Services are provided only for people who have entered the program as residents. You must be a minimum of 21 years of age.


OPEN DOOR MISSION/LYDIA HOUSE — 2706 N. 21st St. East, Omaha, NE 68110
Mission Phone (402) 422-1111; Lydia House Phone (402) 829-1531 Fax (402) 345-8511 or Contact: Maggie (402) 829-1566

Transitional living quarters. The mission offers housing to the needy and is often used as a food pantry and clothing warehouse. Clients call on Wednesday mornings, beginning at 8:30 A.M. to set an appointment for the following Wednesday to go to the food pantry and clothing warehouse. This facility is located at 2828 N. 23 St., East Omaha, just across from the Omaha Work Release Center.This facility also offers a long-term Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program that uses a 12-Step method. This program is offered to single men, women and families. You must be homeless and reside at the facility to be eligible. This program is free.

SAFETY AND HEALTH COUNCIL — 11620 M Circle, Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 896-6332

Offers 10 hour alcohol education program including victim impact panel, can be completed in a 2 or 3 day session. There is $160 fee. Anger Management offered in three-3 hour sessions for a total of 9 hours. The cost is $110. Making Appropriate Decisions classes 8-hour class on Saturdays. The cost to Douglas County Residents is $80 and for all others it is $90.

SANTA MONICA — 130 N. 39th St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 558-7088 Fax (402) 558-7133

Santa Monica is a transitional living facility that provides therapy for women in recovery for substance abuse. It is the philosophy of the agency to treat the whole person, including mental, physical, social, emotional and spiritual. This is a program designed for women, ages 19 to 65. This program is accessible to those individuals who cannot afford or access a long-term treatment program. The program will last a minimum of six months. Based on 12-Step philosophy.

SIENNA/FRANCIS HOUSE — 1702 Nicholas St., Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-1821 Fax (402) 341-5270

This facility offers a free evening meal and Sunday Brunch. Used clothing is provided when needed. Overnight lodging is also provided on a first come, first serve basis. Also, a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program is offered for free. This program is a 120-day minimum stay that requires the participants to work at the facility. It is available to both men and women.

STEPHEN CENTER-HERO PROGRAM — 2723 Q St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-0238 FAX (402) 731-0838 Contact: Bev Hoschar.

The Stephen Center offers both a residential setting and counseling services, including chemical dependency and day-to-day living skills. They provide a 90-day Inpatient Drug/Alcohol and Domestic Violence program, which also teaches basic life skills. For people without insurance, a free clinic is available to allow them to visit the doctor. Currently, they also offer an 8-week outpatient education program which includes alcohol/drug program, parenting classes, anger management, and more. Classes are twice a week and the total cost is $280 for Out-Patient Drug/Alcohol.


THERAPY RESOURCE ASSOCIATES — 10824 Old Mill Rd. #21, Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 330-6060
This agency specializes in all forms of addictions, i.e., sexual, food, chemicals, family, marital conflict, stress management, survival skills, self awareness and communication skills, also anxiety, grieving, and depression problems.


VETERAN S HOSPITAL - Substance Abuse Treatment Center — 11th Floor,
4101 & Woolworth Ave., Omaha, NE 68108 (402) 449-0679 Fax (402) 977-5684.
Only Honorably Discharged Veterans will be served, if eligible, and will have to report income for the last year. Walk-Ins are welcome between 8 A.M. and 3 P.M. in Admitting Area.


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EDUCATION ASSISTANCE

CHICANO AWARENESS CENTER — 4821 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 733-2720 FAX (402) 733-6720
This organization offers free services for those in need of emergency food pantry, language, education, and career counseling, substance abuse counseling, and legal assistance, parental education, senior social services.

COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 451-4500
This organization offers ongoing assistance for women in the following areas: Drug Treatment, Counseling, Job Training, GED, Housing, Community Service, Spiritual Mentoring and Group Support.

CON-NECTIONS — 7914 W. Dodge Road #373, Omaha, NE 68114 (402) 451-1158;
Training Location — Survival Skills Educational Training Center — 4140 North 4nd2 Street,
Omaha, NE 68111 — Contact: Linda or Louis Napolean
This agency offers assistance in the form of a two (2) day workshop (interview skills, goals setting, resumes, and job assistance).

EASTERN NEBRASKA OFFICE ON AGING — 4223 Center St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6444
Offers free temporary assistance for people age 60 or older who are in need of health, transportation or employment program, (which is 55 or older). They offer a Homemaker s Program, i.e., will straighten home, offer bath aide, offers Meals on Wheels to elderly on a sliding fee scale. This agency has, in the past, aided senior citizen Parolees.

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656 FAX (402) 451-3057
Provides Family Development Services, Nutrition Center, Taxes, Utility/Rental Assistance, Behavioral Health Services: Mental Health; Substance Abuse; Community Building Project: Assist families in developing formal/informal support systems and life skills that advance their goals for well being; Strengthening Multi-Ethnic Families and Communities: A Violence Prevention Parent Training Program; Mentoring, Tutoring, and Other Activities for Youth; Support Groups, Violence Prevention, Anger Management, and Decision-Making Techniques for Constructive Living.

GREATER OMAHA WORKFORCE — 2421 N 24th St., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 444-4700;
5405 Cedar, Omaha, NE 68105 (402) 829-2800
Education & Job Assistance.

INTERTRIBAL TREATMENT CENTER — 2240 Landon Court. Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 346-0902 FAX (402) 342-5290
This is a 45-day Inpatient Program, and a structured aftercare program for Native Americans. They offer SAP/Alcohol , and Out- Evaluations. In-Patient treatment is for Native Americans only. Out-Patient Counseling is for everyone. Evaluations are on a sliding scale. They also offer Alcohol/Drug Education Assistance.

JOB CORPS — 2808 N. 75th St., Omaha, NE 68124 (402) 926-2810 FAX (402) 926-2814
They provide comprehensive residential job training and education as long as person has been stable for one year and can meet the following qualifications: Must be 16-24 years of age and meet a lower income as set forth in Federal Guidelines.

JUAN DIEGO CENTER — 5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865
Provides services for, but not limited to, Omaha s Hispanic community. Individual, family marriage counseling, bilingual counseling, anger control for men, education and employment development. The ministry offers emergency food pantry, small business training classes, non-legal immigration assistance, services to acquaint women with our country: language, driver s education and counseling. This center offers a Christmas Program for families that have a sponsor.

LITERACY CENTER FOR THE MIDLANDS — 3615 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68131
(402) 342-7323 FAX (402) 345-9045
The Literacy Council provides tutors to assist people interested in improving their reading and writing skills in order to obtain their ABE or GED.

METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE — P.O. Box 3777, Omaha, NE 68103
(402) 457-2400 Contact: Bobby Loud (402) 457-2590 for Scholarship Program
MCC offers their regular college courses but in addition to that they have a specialized Youth Offender Scholarship Program. This is offered to both men and women who meet the following requirements: be incarcerated or on parole through the Nebraska Department of Corrections, eligible to be released within five years, be 25 years of age or younger, have obtained a high school diploma or GED, have demonstrated the academic ability and motivation to complete post secondary education or vocational training.

EDUCATION ASSISTANCE CONTINUED
NEBRASKA VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION — 1313 Farnam-on-the-Mall, 3rd Floor,
Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 595-2100 FAX (402) 595-1125
This state employment agency offers no cost employment services (vocational assessment, career planning, job search, employability skills training, and job retention support) to individuals
experiencing a disability, which causes them problems with preparing for, getting, and/or keeping a job. Disability can mean the person has a physical health problem, a mental health diagnosis,and/or learning disability, *if the person was enrolled in special education during school itcould indicate a learning disability. These individuals can call to schedule a time for orientation to learn more about VR services and eligibility.

OMAHA PUBLIC SCHOOLS — 3230 Burt St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 557-2620
FAX (402) 557-2629
Offers Adult Basic Education (ABE). There is no charge to the student for this instruction. The program has four major components:
1. Reading and basic instruction to review academic skills.
2. GED to earn a high school diploma.
3. English as a Second Language — learn to speak, read, and write English.
4. Citizenship instruction to prepare for becoming a citizen.
When ready to test out, there is a $40 testing fee.
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EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE


CHICANO AWARENESS CENTER — 4821 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 733-2720 FAX (402) 733-6720
This organization offers free services for those in need of emergency food pantry, language, education, and career counseling, substance abuse counseling, and legal assistance, parental education, senior social services.

CON-NECTIONS — 7914 W. Dodge Road #373, Omaha, NE 68114 (402) 451-1158;
Training Location — Survival Sills Educational Training Center — 4140 North 42 Sndtreet,
Omaha, NE 68111 — Contact: Linda or Louis Napolean
This agency offers assistance in the form of a two (2) day workshop (interview skills, goals setting, resumes, and job assistance).

EASTERN NEBRASKA OFFICE ON AGING — 4223 Center St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6444
Offers free temporary assistance for people age 60 or older who are in need of health, transportation or employment program, (which is 55 or older). They offer a Homemaker s Program, i.e., will straighten home, offer bath aide, offers Meals on Wheels to elderly on a sliding fee scale. This agency has, in the past, aided senior citizen Parolees.

EMPLOYMENT GUIDE
This is a free weekly newspaper that is tailored specifically towards job opportunities in Nebraska
EMPLOYMENT ON TEMPORARY BASIS:
All in A Day Staffing — 2431 Farnam St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 934-1000
Associated Staffing — 5012 L St., Omaha, NE 68117 (402) 731-1466
Aurstaff — 11825 Q St., Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 895-4422
Crown Services — 1941 S. 42nd St., Omaha, NE 68105 (402) 553-6115
Heartland Temporaries — 4232 L St., Omaha, NE 68107 (402) 733-8663
Labor Consultants — 4532 S. 24t hSt., Omaha, NE 68107 (402) 731-4747
Mature Resources — 11707 M Circle, Omaha, NE 68106 (402) 390-2399
Omaha Temporaries — 713 S. 16 St., Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 344-4848
Allegiance Staffing-3701 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68107 (402) 731-8300

GREATER OMAHA WORKFORCE - 2421 N 24th St., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 444-4700;
5404 Cedar, Omaha, NE 68105 (402) 829-2800
Education & Job Assistance.


JOB CORPS — 2808 N. 75th St., Omaha, NE 68134 (402) 926-2810 FAX (402) 926-2814
They provide comprehensive residential job training and education as long as person has been stable for one year and can meet the following qualifications: Must be 16-24 years of age and meet a lower income as set forth in Federal Guidelines.

JUAN DIEGO CENTER — 5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865
Provides services for, but not limited to, Omaha s Hispanic community. Individual, family marriage counseling, bilingual counseling, anger control for men, education and employment development. The ministry offers emergency food pantry, small business training classes, non-legal immigration assistance, services to acquaint women with our country: language, driver s education and counseling. This center offers a Christmas Program for families that have a sponsor.

NEBRASKA VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION — 1313 Farnam-on-the-Mall, 3rd Floor,
Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 595-2100 FAX (402) 595-1125
This state employment agency offers no cost employment services (vocational assessment, career planning, job search, employability skills training, and job retention support) to individuals experiencing a disability, which causes them problems with preparing for, getting, and/or keeping a job. Disability can mean the person has a physical health problem, a mental health diagnosis,and/or learning disability, *if the person was enrolled in special education during school itcould indicate a learning disability. These individuals can call to schedule a time for orientation
to learn more about VR services and eligibility.

NORTH SIDE FAMILY CHRISTIAN CENTER — 4102 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110
(402) 453-7429 Contact: Rev. Bill
Assists with job search and helps with getting into treatment programming.

OMAHA BRIDGES TO HOPE — 3312 Lake Street, Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 502-1519
FAX (402) 502-1519Contact: Loretta Teal
Offers a 16-week training program for ex-offenders, recovering addicts, alcoholics, and others who have a difficult past preventing them from getting and keeping employment

U.S. ARMY CROSSROADS PLAZA — 7634 W. Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68114
(800) USA-ARMY or Contact: Recruiter Station Commander, Kemp, Jennifer at (402) 397-
3890 FAX (402) 397-1718
The United States Army is interested in interviewing both men and women under the age of 35 years for enlistment. Mostly all criminal misdemeanor convictions and some criminal felony convictions can now be waived for the applicant s successful enlistment.
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FEMALE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110
(402) 451-4500 Fax (402) 933-4501 Contact: Teela Mickles
This organization offers ongoing assistance for women in the following areas: Drug Treatment, Counseling, Job Training, GED, Housing, Community Service, Spiritual Mentoring and Group Support.

CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING & CONSULTING, 2845 Ames Ave., Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 457-5761 Fax (402) 457-1997 Contact: Cynthia McCullough.
Offers Chemical Dependency Evaluations, Child & Adolescent Behavior, Cognitive Restructuring, 12-Step & Groups and Dual Diagnosis.

EVERLASTING A.R.M.S. (Addiction Recovery Ministry of Salem) Salem Baptist Church —
3131 Lake St., Omaha, NE 68111 Contact: Reverend French (402) 455-1000
This is a 12-Step Program for both women and men with on-going weekly meetings. Childcare is also provided during meeting hours.

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656 FAX (402) 451-3057
Provides Family Development Services, Nutrition Center, Taxes, Utility/Rental Assistance, Behavioral Health Services: Mental Health; Substance Abuse; Community Building Project: Assist families in developing formal/informal support systems and life skills that advance their goals for well being; Strengthening Multi-Ethnic Families and Communities: A Violence Prevention Parent Training Program; Mentoring, Tutoring, and Other Activities for Youth; Support Groups, Violence Prevention, Anger Management, and Decision-Making Techniques for Constructive Living.

HEARTLAND COUNSELING & CONSULTING CENTER —
6663 Sorensen Parkway, Omaha, NE 68152 (402) 453-6869 FAX (402) 453-6768
Offers counseling for individuals, couples and family issues, Mental Health, SAP, Parenting, and Support Groups for Women and Children, Teen Leadership Groups, Tobacco Prevention Groups, Homicidal Grief Support Groups. Also, provides screening for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADHD Evaluation, Screening for Alcohol/Depression/Bi-Polar/Anxiety. Free Screening Services and Support Groups.

JUAN DIEGO CENTER — 5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865
Provides services for, but not limited to, Omaha s Hispanic community. Individual, family marriage counseling, bilingual counseling, anger control for men, education and employment development. The ministry offers emergency food pantry, small business training classes, non-legal
immigration assistance, services to acquaint women with our country: language, driver s education and counseling. This center offers a Christmas Program for families that have a sponsor.

NEW CREATIONS — 4460 Redman Ave., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 451-6241
(Transitional living for the chronically homeless and chronically addicted.) A 12-Step based recovery program including housing paid for by the individual. (Includes men, women, married or single, and their children). Additional services include job training, job placement, transportation, money management classes, GED classes, 12-Step meetings. Must be committed to attending three (3) outside meetings weekly and in-house groups, plus obtain a sponsor. Services are provided only for people who have entered the program as residents. You must be a minimum of 21 years of age.

OPEN DOOR MISSION/LYDIA HOUSE — 2706 N. 21st St. East, Omaha, NE 68110
Mission Phone (402) 422-1111; Lydia House Phone (402) 829-1531 Fax (402) 345-8511 or
Contact: Maggie (402) 829-1566
Transitional living quarters. The mission offers housing to the needy and is often used as a food pantry and clothing warehouse. Clients call on Wednesday mornings, beginning at 8:30 A.M. to set an appointment for the following Wednesday to go to the food pantry and clothing warehouse. This facility is located at 2828 N. 23 St., East Omaha, just across from the Omaha Work Release Center. This facility also offers a long-term Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program that uses a 12-Step method. This program is offered to single men, women and families. You must be homeless and reside at the facility to be eligible. This program is free.

OXFORD HOUSE — P.O. Box 31724, Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 457-6930, Cell (402) 490-9424
(male or female referrals). Contact: Kristen
This is a transitional living Halfway House for those out of treatment or Prison. It is self-run, selfsupporting, rents may vary at the different houses. There are several houses in the Omaha area. Clients are expected to have a treatment plan, including (4) or (5) AA or NA Meetings weekly, and they must get a sponsor.

SANTA MONICA — 130 N. 39th St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 558-7088 Fax (402) 558-7133
Santa Monica is a transitional living facility that provides therapy for women in recovery for substance abuse. It is the philosophy of the agency to treat the whole person, including mental, physical, social, emotional and spiritual. This is a program designed for women, ages 19 to 65. This program is accessible to those individuals who cannot afford or access a long-term treatment program. The program will last a minimum of six months. Based on 12-Step program.

SETTING THE CAPTIVES FREE — P.O. BOX 31333, Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 933-2062 or
(402) 453-9050 CELL (402) 639-0146 Contact: Loreatha
Our mission is to rescue, restore and release whole women and their children who have been broken. Support group held every first and third Saturdays of the month at the Salvation Army, 2424 Pratt Street at 6 P.M.

FEMALE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS CONTINUED
SIENNA/FRANCIS HOUSE — 1702 Nicholas St., Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-1821 Fax (402) 341-5270
This facility offers a free evening meal and Sunday Brunch. Used clothing is provided when needed. Overnight lodging is also provided on a first come, first serve basis. Also, a Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program is offered for free. This program is a 120-day minimum stay that requires the participants to work at the facility. It is available to both men and women.

STEPHEN CENTER-HERO PROGRAM — 2723 Q St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-0238 FAX (402) 731-0838, Contact: Bev Hoschar.
The Stephen Center offers both a residential setting and counseling services, including chemical dependency and day-to-day living skills. They provide a 90-day Inpatient Drug/Alcohol and Domestic Violence program, which also teaches basic life skills. For people without insurance, a free clinic is available to allow them to visit the doctor. Currently, they also offer an 8-week outpatient education program which includes alcohol/drug program, parenting classes, anger management, and more. Classes are twice a week and the total cost is $280 for Out-Patient Drug/Alcohol.

WILLIAMS PREPARED PLACE — 3525 Evans Street, Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 991-3948
This is a transitional living facility for both men and women. It is a spiritual recovery program for individuals recovering from drug addiction and alcoholism who are willing to commit to a 6-month program.
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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

CHICANO AWARENESS CENTER — 4821 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 733-2720 FAX (402) 733-6720

DOUGLAS COUNTY GENERAL ASSISTANCE — 4102 Woolworth St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6215
Offers temporary assistance for those in need of food, shelter, transportation and clothing. This service is used on an ongoing basis.

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656 FAX (402) 451-3057

JUAN DIEGO CENTER — 5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865
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HALFWAY-3/4 WAY HOUSE — TRANSITIONAL LIVING


A.R.C.H., INC. (Alcoholics, Re-socialization Condition) — 604 S. 37th St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 346-8898 FAX (402) 346-1129
This is a private, non-profit organization, providing residential facilities for recovering Adult Male Alcoholics. Admission criteria are to be chemical free, and remain so, with a commitment to stay 90 — 120 days. Fees determined by residents and staff, and will not exceed $100 per week.Director, Dick Finke helps with placement of individuals in a _ way house after completion of the program at A.R.C.H.

COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110
(402) 451-4500 Fax (402) 933-4501 Contact: Teela Mickles
This organization offers ongoing assistance for women in the following areas: Drug Treatment,Counseling, Job Training, GED, Housing, Community Service, Spiritual Mentoring and Group Support.

DOROTHY B. HALFWAY HOUSE FOR MEN — P.O. Box 19473, Omaha, NE 68119-0473
(402) 451-1008 — House; Contacts: Joe Nero — Operations Director (402) 612-3650
We are a twelve (12) step program that provides a therapeutic environment to the client. Our goal is to provide a transitional setting to individuals coming from correctional settings, short-term treatment, long-term treatment, and individuals that have had multiple relapses. We believe that this type of setting will assist people that want to re-integrate into the community. Our theory is that, Using alcohol or drugs is only 5-10% of our problem, the other 90-95% is the way that we live!

FREEDOM ROAD HOUSE — 825 North 48 Street, Omaha, NE 68132 (402) 933-7354 or
(402) 510-4887 Contact: David Foral
Freedom Road House is a _ Way House set up with the intent of preparing men to return to society and their families by becoming self-supporting, employed, law abiding members of the community.

MAPLE STREET TRANSITIONAL LIVING HOUSE 2228 Maple St., Omaha, NE 68110
Contact: Shehu Isah 402/573-8031 or 402/320-6370
Transitional living will provide housing for men, 18 years and older who are convicted as an adult and imprisoned. Maple Street will not accept men convicted of a violent or sex-related offense.

NEW CREATIONS — 4460 Redman Ave., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 451-6241
Transitional living for the chronically homeless and chronically addicted. A 12-Step based
recovery program including housing paid for by the individual. (Includes men, women, married or single, and their children). Additional services include job training, job placement, transportation, money management classes, GED classes, 12-Step meetings. Must be committed to attending 3 outside meetings weekly and in-house groups, plus obtain a sponsor. Services are provided only for people who have entered the program as residents. You must be a minimum of 21 years of age.

OXFORD HOUSE — P.O. Box 31724, Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 457-6930, Cell (402) 490-9424
(female and male referrals) Contact: Kristen
This is a transitional living Halfway House for those out of treatment or Prison. It is self-run, self supporting, rents may vary at the different houses. There are currently several houses in the Omaha area. Clients are expected to have a treatment plan, including (4) or (5) AA or NA Meetings weekly, and they must get a sponsor.

SALVATION ARMY — 2551 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 342-4715
Offers a 26-week long commitment for males only. Requirements include mandatory AA/NA or CA meetings, group therapy, Bible study and church services. Also required to work at a Salvation Army location or store as payment for room and board. Submitting to drug and alcohol testing is also mandatory.

SANTA MONICA - 130 N. 39th St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 558-7088 Fax (402) 558-7133
Santa Monica is a transitional living facility that provides therapy for women in recovery for substance abuse. It is the philosophy of the agency to treat the whole person, including mental, physical, social, emotional and spiritual. This is a program designed for women, ages 19 to 65. This program is accessible to those individuals who cannot afford or access a long-term treatment program. The program will last a minimum of six months. Based on 12-Step Philosophy.

STEPHEN CENTER-HERO PROGRAM — 2723 Q St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-0238 FAX (402) 731-0838 Contact: Bev Hoschar
The Stephen Center offers both a residential setting and counseling services, including chemical dependency and day-to-day living skills. They provide a 90-day Inpatient Drug/Alcohol and Domestic Violence program, which also teaches basic life skills. For people without insurance, a free clinic is available to allow them to visit the doctor. Currently, they also offer an 8-week outpatient education program which includes alcohol/drug program, parenting classes, anger management, and more. Classes are twice a week and the total cost is $200.00.

THE 1212 HOUSE — 1212 South 60 Street, Omaha, NE. 68106, 11818 Williams St. Omaha,
NE 68144 (402) 393-7481 Contact: Debbie or Tom
The 1212 House is a _ Way Home for men that offers a chance at a new way of life with the respect, cooperation and support of fellow house members.

TURNING POINT, Men s _ way house 1110 North 31 st Avenue, Omaha, NE 68131
(402) 556-2612
Turning Point is a _ way house for men only that offers sober & structured living for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. Requires that participants have a desire to stay clean and sober and a willingness to make changes in their lives and behavior. Includes and/or available are AA, NA, CA meetings; group meetings; mental health and relapse prevention counseling; job counseling, semi-private rooms, laundry, and is near a bus line.


WILLIAMS PREPARED PLACE — 3525 Evans Street, Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 991-3948
This is a transitional living facility for both men and women. It is a spiritual recovery program for individuals recovering from drug addiction and alcoholism who are willing to commit to a 6-month program.

ZACCHAEUS HOUSE — 3154 Ames Ave., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 813-4245
Contact: Tyrome Charleston
This is a transitional living house for men who are willing to commit to a 6-month stay. Our purpose is to design housing for displaced men and help restore them back to their place in society. Zaccheus Kitchen offers free meals Monday thru Friday from 6 P.M. until 7:30 P.M. at 4515 N. 30 St., Omaha, NE.

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HEALTH CARE — PARTIAL LISTINGS

CHARLES DREW HEALTH CENTER — 2915 Grant St., Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 453-1433 FAX (402) 453-1970
The center offers medical and dental services, community outreach activities. CDHC meets the needs of a large segment of Omaha s under served and under privileged population. CDHC embraces the service philosophy of providing affordable, quality, family health care by acknowledging the dignity of the individual, strength of family, and the supportive network of the community. Charles Drew Center offers a homeless day house clinic, providing health care services and limited case management services, substance abuse services, referral for inpatient services, mental health services and outreach services.

EASTERN NEBRASKA OFFICE ON AGING — 4223 Center St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6444
Offers free temporary assistance for people age 60 or older who are in need of health, transportation or employment program, (which is 55 or older). They offer a Homemaker s Program, i.e., will straighten home, offer bath aide, offers Meals on Wheels to elderly on a sliding fee scale. This agency has, in the past, aided senior citizen Parolees.

HOPE MEDICAL OUTREACH COALITION — 2566 St. Mary s Avenue, Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 354-6374 FAX (402) 354-6376; Dental Office (402) 354-6494; Medical Office (402)
354-6373; Pharmacy (402) 354-6522; Pharmacy Fax (402) 354-6569
Providing superior health care to the underserved and low income uninsured in the Omaha Metropolitan Area is the goal of the Hope Medical Outreach Coalition.

THE FOLLOWING ARE RESOURCES REFERRED BY HEALTH AND HUMAN
SERVICES FOR PEOPLE LOOKING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR
EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS.

CHARLES DREW OUTREACH PHARMACEUTICAL — (402) 451-3553
FAMILY SERVICES — (402) 553-3000
LEAGUE OF HUMAN DIGNITY — (402) 595-1256
TOGETHER — (402) 345-8047
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COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 451-4500

DOUGLAS COUNTY GENERAL ASSISTANCE — 4102 Woolworth St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6215

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656.

OPEN DOOR MISSION/LYDIA HOUSE — 2706 N. 21st St. East, Omaha, NE 68110
Mission Phone (402) 422-1111; Lydia House Phone (402) 829-1531 Fax (402) 345-8511 or
Contact: Maggie (402) 829-1566

SIENNA/FRANCIS HOUSE — 1702 Nicholas St., Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-1821 FAX (402) 341-5270

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CHARLES DREW HEALTH CENTER — 2915 Grant St., Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 453-1433 FAX (402) 453-1970

CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING & CONSULTING — 2845 Ames Ave., Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 457-5761 Fax (402) 457-1997 Contact: Cynthia McCullough.

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656

HEARTLAND COUNSELING & CONSULTING CENTER — 6663 Sorenson Parkway,
Omaha, NE 68152 (402) 453-6869 FAX (402) 453-6768

HEARTLAND FAMILY SERVICE (Central Office) — 2101 S. 42nd St., Omaha, NE. 68105
(402) 553-3000 FAX (402) 552-7444

HELEM S COUNSELING & CONSULTING SERVICES — 3909 Cuming St., Suite 202,
Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 933-2060 Fax (402) 933-2061

JUAN DIEGO CENTER5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865

JUDI BINIAMOW ASSESSMENT & COUNSELING SERVICES — 42nd & Center St.,
Center Mall, Omaha, NE. 68105 (402) 321-1956
Offers Mental Health, Substance Abuse Evaluations only.

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES — 730 N. Fort Crook Road, Bellevue, NE 68147
(402) 292-9105 Fax (402) 292-0342; 120 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 342-7007
FAX (402) 661-7117; 2401 Lake St., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 455-9757 FAX (402) 455-0333;
4980 S. 118th St., Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 894-4796 or 894-4797 FAX (402) 894-4783; 1201
Golden Gate Drive, Papillion, NE 68046 (402) 592-0639 FAX (402) 592-0014



NOVA TC, (New Options, Values & Achievements Therapeutic Community) —
3483 Larimore Ave., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 455-8303


THERAPY RESOURCE ASSOCIATES — 10824 Old Mill Rd. #21, Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 330-6060
This agency specializes in all forms of addictions, i.e., sexual, food, chemicals, family, maritalconflict, stress management, survival skills, self awareness and communication skills, also anxiety, grieving, and depression problems.

ZENITH COUNSELING SERVICES 2724 North 24 th Street, Omaha, NE
402/457-4222 (located at Omaha Opportunities Industrialization Centers, Inc.)
Individual counseling for adults, adolescents & children; alcohol and drug counseling/evaluations; psychiatric evaluations and medication maintenance; alcohol and drug course. Medicaid and some insurances accepted. Sliding scale fees. Contact person is Cynthia Jenkins

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SEX OFFENDER COUNSELING/PROGRAMS

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES — 730 N. Fort Crook Road, Bellevue, NE 68147
(402) 292-9105 Fax (402) 292-0342; 120 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 342-7007
FAX (402) 661-7117; 2401 Lake St., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 455-9757 FAX (402) 455-0333;
4980 S. 118th St., Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 894-4796 or 894-4797 FAX (402) 894-4783; 1201
Golden Gate Drive, Papillion, NE 68046 (402) 592-0639 FAX (402) 592-0014

THERAPY RESOURCE ASSOCIATES — 10824 Old Mill Rd. #21, Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 330-6060

WELLSPRING — 3612 Cuming St., Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 898-5871
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AA (ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS), Central Headquarters —
4901 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68132 (402) 556-1880
For general information and When & Where book.
BRIDGING THE GAP — 4901 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68132 (402) 556-1879

Offers a temporary contact person, which is a sober member of AA. The contact will take you to several different meetings, answer any questions about the program and help you get acquainted with AA and its members in your area. To arrange a temporary contact we ask that you be within 60 days of discharge of the treatment/correctional facility which you are in. If you re going through outpatient group or counseling, you may contact us at any time.

COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 451-4500

This organization offers ongoing assistance for women in the following areas: Drug Treatment, Counseling, Job Training, GED, Housing, Community Service, Spiritual Mentoring and Group Support.

CROSSROADS CONNECTIONS — Underwood Hills Presbyterian Church, 851 North 74th
Street, Omaha, NE 68114; Contact: Chris Vosicka (402) 660-4819 or Roy Foxx (402) 397-1833

This is a faith based ministry which offers support group meetings and worship service
Offers transitional living services additionally (5-10-06).

EVERLASTING A.R.M.S. (Addiction Recovery Ministry of Salem) Salem Baptist Church —
3131 Lake St., Omaha, NE 68111 Contact: Reverend French (402) 455-1000 at the church
(402) 455-1000.
This is a 12-Step Program for both women and men with on-going weekly meetings. Childcare is also provided during meeting hours. Meetings are Thursday nights at 6 P.M.

N.A. (NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS) — 660-3662
To obtain list of meetings call the hotline, 660-3662

SETTING THE CAPTIVES FREE — P.O. BOX 31333, Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 933-2062 or
(402) 453-9050 CELL (402) 639-0146 Contact: Loretha
Our mission is to rescue, restore and release whole women and their children who have beenbroken. Support group held every first and third Saturdays of the month at The Salvation Army, 2424 Pratt Street at 6 P.M.

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CHICANO AWARENESS CENTER4821 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 733-2720 FAX (402) 733-6720
This organization offers free services for those in need of emergency food pantry, language, education, and career counseling, substance abuse counseling, and legal assistance, parental education, senior social services.

COMPASSION IN ACTION (CIA) — 6119 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 451-4500
This organization offers ongoing assistance for women in the following areas: Drug Treatment,Counseling, Job Training, GED, Housing, Community Service, Spiritual Mentoring and Group Support.

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY — 2500 California Plaza, Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 280-2700
The university offers counseling services for Parolees who are employed through Creighton University. Parolees employed primarily with food services/banquet set-up functions at the university have used this resource.

DOUGLAS COUNTY GENERAL ASSISTANCE — 4102 Woolworth St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6215
Offers temporary assistance for those in need of medical, shelter, rent, transportation, non-food items and clothing. This service is used on an ongoing basis.

EASTERN NEBRASKA OFFICE ON AGING — 4223 Center St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 444-6444
Offers free temporary assistance for people age 60 or older who are in need of health, transportation or employment program (which is 55 or older.) They offer a Homemaker s Program, i.e., will straighten home, offer bath aide, offers Meals on Wheels to elderly on a sliding fee scale. This agency has, in the past, aided senior citizen Parolees.

G.O.C.A. (GREATER OMAHA COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.) — 2406 Fowler Ave.,
Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-5656 FAX (402) 451-3057

GREAT PLAINS COUNSELING CENTER — 205 Galvin Road North, Bellevue, NE 68005
(402) 292-7712
Counseling for children, individuals, marriage and families.

HARDER & NEBEKER COUNSELING CENTER — 2205 S 10th St., Suite 328, Omaha, NE
68108 (402) 504-4102 Contact: Lisa Harder or Denise Nebeker
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HEARTLAND COUNSELING & CONSULTING CENTER —
6663 Sorensen Parkway, Omaha, NE 68152 (402) 453-6869 FAX (402) 453-6768

HEARTLAND FAMILY SERVICE (Central Office) — 2101 S. 42nd St., Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 553-3000 FAX (402) 552-7444

INTERPRETAX — 1941 South 42nd Street, Suite 110, Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 408-2843
FAX (402) 408-2843- Contact: Sonia Bartels
Interpretax is a group of qualified interpreters who are skilled in the practices of translating and/or interpreting for medical, business, legal, and information technology professionals. In addition to Spanish, we also offer our services for the following languages: Sudanese Dialects (Neur, Dinka), Arabic, Somali, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Thai, Italian, Korean, Vietnamese, and others.

JUAN DIEGO CENTER5211 S. 31st St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-5413 FAX (402) 731-5865

LUTHERAN FAMILY SERVICES — 730 N. Fort Crook Road, Bellevue, NE 68147
(402) 292-9105 Fax (402) 292-0342; 120 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 342-7007
FAX (402) 661-7117; 2401 Lake St., Omaha, NE 68110 (402) 455-9757 FAX (402) 455-0333;
4980 S. 118th St., Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 894-4796 or 894-4797 FAX (402) 894-4783; 1201
Golden Gate Drive, Papillion, NE 68046 (402) 592-0639 FAX (402) 592-0014

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NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, VICTIM/OFFENDER
DIALOGUE — P.O. Box 94661, Lincoln, NE 68509 (402) 479-5867 FAX (402) 479-5848
Offers a way for the victim of a crime and his or her offender to come together in the presence of a trained facilitator for dialogue about the crime and it s impact. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for the victim and offender to discuss the offense, get answers to their questions, express their feelings and move toward restoration and healing to the extent possible.

NEBRASKA FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE — Annex II — 115 South 49 Ave., Omaha, NE
68132 (402) 561-7588 Fax (402) 561-7599 Contact: Laron Henderson
Helping communities grow healthy families, one child at a time. Our goals are to: Increase the awareness of the importance of fathers in the lives of their children. Encourage non-custodial
parents to take a more active role in their children s lives, Identification of non-custodial parents impact on the health and well being of their children and families, and Prevention of early fatherhood.

NEBRASKA VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION — 1313 Farnam-on-the-Mall, 3rd Floor,
Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 595-2100 FAX (402) 595-1125

NORTHSIDE FAMILY CHRISTIAN CENTER — 4110 Florence Blvd., Omaha, NE 68110
(402) 573-5601 Contact: Rev. Bill
Assists with job search and helps with getting into treatment programming.


OASIS (Offender Accountability Synergistic Interaction Services) —
5645 O St., Suite C, Lincoln, NE 68510 (402) 429-1050 Contact: James Jones Jr.
This is a restorative justice organization, which provides information and communication options to survivors of crime and offenders in Nebraska. Provides Community Support Services, i.e., linkage to medical, counseling, provides transportation, job coaching, housing, clothing, food baskets, $30 fee to get work clothes. Individual coaching by appointment, provides victim awareness education primarily for Lincoln residents.

OMAHA OPPORTUNITIES INDUSTRIALIZATION CENTER, Inc.
2724 North 24th Street, Omaha, NE 68110 402-457-4222 (Fax 457-6635)
Operates a skill training center to include courses in: CNA, medical office skills, MH aide, certified medication aide, homecare, CPR & First Aid, computer skills, GED, as well as supporting other community programs.

OPEN DOOR MISSION/LYDIA HOUSE — 2706 N. 21st St. East, Omaha, NE 68110
Mission Phone (402) 422-1111; Lydia House Phone (402) 829-1531 Fax (402) 345-8511 or
Contact: Maggie (402) 829-1566

PROJECT HOPE, INC. — 4205 Boyd St., Omaha, NE 68111 (402) 453-7649
FAX (402) 453-6788
This agency provides emergency food pantry and clothing to needy families from
1 P.M. to 3 P.M. M/W/F. Individuals get a referral upstairs and then the pantry is downstairs. Need Social Security cards for all family members, a picture I.D. for adults and a piece of mail with your address to be eligible.

SAFETY AND HEALTH COUNCIL — 11620 M Circle, Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 896-6332

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL — 2101 Leavenworth St., Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-4942 FAX 341-9079
This organization operates a series of thrift stores in the Omaha area. They provide, free of charge, clothing needed by the Parolee once every 90 days. All that is necessary to receive clothing is a letter from Omaha Parole Office. Each is given a voucher for future use.

SIENNA/FRANCIS HOUSE — 1702 Nicholas St., Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-1821 FAX (402) 341-5270

STEPHEN CENTER-HERO PROGRAM — 2723 Q St., Omaha, NE 68107
(402) 731-0238 FAX (402) 731-0838 Contact: Bev Hoschar

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