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Assistance - Financial Angels Among Us  
  Angels Among Us mission is: To financially assist families with a child battling cancer living or being treated in Nebraska. When a child is diagnosed with cancer, not only is the news emotionally devastating for you as a parent, it can become financially difficult as well. Their goal is to help reduce the amount of stress in your lives, so that ...
Assistance - Financial Heartland Family Service  
  The purpose of Ways to Work program is to help low-income parents to buy reliable transportation necessary to remain employed and take their children to doctor appointments, daycare, school, and to access goods and services. This program offers loans as much as $6,000 to qualifying working residents of Pottawattamie & Mills Counties in Iowa and ...
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. Project Pink'd will not accept a direct request from the patient. Requests ...
Assistance - Financial Visiting Nurse Association  
  The Visiting Nurses Association (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 ...
Assistance - Food Food Bank for the Heartland  
  Food Bank for the Heartland’s Food for Seniors Program delivers boxes of wholesome nonperishable food and a variety of personal hygiene items to seniors living in low-income housing in Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Assistance - Food Greater Omaha Community Action  
  Can provide referrals to local food pantries. Also provides a variety of programs designed to empower low-income individuals and families. Call or go to website for more details.
Assistance - Food Nebraska Health and Human Services System  
  Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly Food Stamps 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 ...
Assistance - Food Salem Food Pantry  
  The Salem Food Pantry in Omaha provides free boxes of food to individuals in need. Call for more information.
Assistance - General Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging  
  Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging provides a wide variety of social services for seniors, including assistance with transportation, medical care, mental health counseling, senior day centers, home delivered meals, case management services, and homemaking services to assist with both medical and non-medical needs. Call for more information.
Assistance - General Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging  
  The Homemaker Program provides light housekeeping services for older individuals who are physically unable to perform these tasks. Their goal is to help individuals 60 and over maintain their own home and remain independent by assisting with housekeeping tasks they may no longer be able to perform. What a homemaker can do: • Carry out trash • ...

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