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Bereavement and Grief Services Alegent Health Immanuel Medical Center  
  A six-week program for those coping with the death of a loved one. The program provides eduction about grief. It offers caring support for coping with all types of death. The program is held twice a year and there is a small materials fee to attend Advanced registration is required.
Bereavement and Grief Services Leukemia and Lymphoma Society  
  The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's six session bereavement education and support group takes place annually, in the fall. It is open to anyone who is struggling with grief. Pre-registration required.
Bereavement and Grief Services Nebraska Medical Center  
  Nebraska Medical Center offers a grief support group for adults who have lost a loved once. Call for more information.
Bereavement and Grief Services Ted E Bear Hollow  
  Ted E. Bear Hollow provides free grief support to families with children and teens ages 3 - 18. Also young adults ages 19 - 40. Services include support groups, day camps and more. Call for more information.
Counseling Services Catholic Charities  
  Catholic Charities provides sliding scale cost support services for individuals, couples, and families in crisis or experiencing emotional or mental stress. Their therapists are licensed mental health practitioners prepared to respond to a range of life issues. Also, have programs to assist those dealing with substance abuse problems, and ...
Counseling Services Community Counseling Services (Clinic)  
  Sliding scale cost counseling available for families and/or individuals. Call for appointments.
Look Good Feel Better Program American Cancer Society - Omaha
  Look Good...Feel Better is a free two-hour workshop for women undergoing cancer treatment. This program helps improve the self-image, appearance, and quality of life of patients by teaching beauty techniques to help cope with the temporary appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. This program is made possible through a collaboration of ...
Respite Care HELP Adult Services  
  Respite Connection connects volunteers with family caregivers. Volunteers provide companionship for a family member while the family member takes a break. Volunteers spend 2-4 hours per week with the patient. There is no charge for this service. The Senior Companion Program is a program for people age 60 and over who are on a limited income. The ...
Respite Care Respite Resource Center  
  The Respite Resource Center (RRC) is a non-profit, state-funded agency that is one of six sites throughout Nebraska that are part of the Nebraska Respite Network. The Respite Resource Center gathers and coordinates information on paid and volunteer respite services available to caregivers as well as information on professional or donated services. ...
Support - Brain Alegent Health Immanuel Medical Center  
  This brain cancer support group meets once a month to discuss issues important to people with brain cancer and to lend emotional support to one another. Friends, family, and caregivers welcome.



Resources with ACS Logo are provided by the American Cancer Society.