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Assistance - Financial VNA Breast Cancer Treatment Support Program  
  The VNA Breast Cancer Treatment Support program is dedicated to providing services that empower people undergoing breast cancer treatment so they can focus on recovery. The program provides financial assistance for day-to-day expenses, such as a patient’s car expense, electric bill, clothing for kids, prescription co pays, and more. Call for more ...
Homemaker or Chore Services - Free or Reduced Cost VNA Breast Cancer Treatment Support Program  
  The VNA Breast Cancer Treatment Support program is dedicated to providing services that empower women undergoing treatment so they can focus on recovery. Douglas and Sarpy County residents can receive free companion non medical care services such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, and other, similar homemaker services.
Assistance - Financial Social Security Administration  
  The Omaha Social Security office administers Social Security programs for the state of Nebraska. The Social Security Insurance programs pay monthly cash benefits from the trust funds to retired and disabled workers and their families and to surviving family members of deceased workers.
Assistance - Emergency Salvation Army  
  Provides emergency services for low income families and individuals in crisis. Services include food, clothing, counseling and limited financial assistance.
Assistance - Financial Project Pink’d, Inc  
  Pink’d Helping Hand - provides financial assistance to underserved breast cancer survivors for items such as: Gas or Bus cards for transportation to/from treatment, Child care costs while receiving treatment, Utility Bills, Prescription and Over the Counter medications. Pink’d Renewal - provides assistance by focusing on emotional and physical ...
Assistance - Medical One World Community Health Center  
  One World Community Health Center provides primary healthcare services on a sliding scale cost basis to low income individuals and families.
Assistance - Utilities Nebraska Health and Human Services System  
  The Nebraska Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps people with limited incomes offset the cost of heating and cooling their homes. The program will partially pay the cost of electricity, fuel oil, gas, coal, wood, kerosene, propane, or other fuel source.
Assistance - Food Nebraska Health and Human Services System  
  The Food Stamp Program is a program that provides food to low income people living in Nebraska. Each participating household receives benefits based on the USDA’s Thrifty Food Plan, which calculates the amount of money needed for food by family size. Food stamp benefits can be used to buy only food. The benefit amount is placed in an electronic ...
Assistance - Utilities Nebraska Health and Human Services System  
  The Nebraska Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps those with limited incomes offset the cost of utilities. Grant amounts are based on your income, type of residence, and the type of fuel used. There is also a cooling program. In order to be eligible for the cooling program there must be someone in the household age 70 or older or ...
Assistance - Financial Nebraska Health and Human Services System  
  The Department of Health and Human Services has local offices across the state that offer financial aid to families with dependent children, subsidies for child care, emergency cash assistance, utilities assistance, food stamps, and social security income. Call to find the location of your local office.



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