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Assistance - Financial Angels Among Us  
  Angels Among Us will provide financial assistance with rent & mortgage payments, gas, sewer, water and/or electric bills, phone/cable/internet bills, car loan and insurance payments, gas cards,medical bills, prescriptions, orthodontist and dentist appointments, loan payments, credit card payments, and other financial needs. Call for details.
Assistance - General Arlan's Barber Shop  
  Is willing to offer free haircuts and hot towel shaves to cancer patients.
Assistance - Home Repair City of Omaha Planning Department  
  This program provides sliding scale cost minor household repairs to elderly and disabled homeowners. The program is available only to people who own and occupy their home. Either the applicant or the applicant's spouse must be at least 60 years of age, or be disabled and limited to the use of a walker or wheelchair. Program is not available to ...
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 - Home Repair Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging  
  Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging assists seniors, and medically fragile and disabled adults, with minor home repairs not requiring a permit. They can install handrails, build wheelchair ramps, and other, similar, home repairs. plumbing and electrical services, plumbing repair, repair screens/windows/doors, interior painting, weather stripping, ...
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 - General Greater Omaha Community Action  
  Community Action Agency provides a wide variety of social service programs, including assistance with the cost of weatherization, housing, utilities, food, and family planning. Case management services are also available. Call for more information.
Assistance - Medical Hope Medical Outreach Coalition  
  Hope Medical Outreach Coalition provides basic medicals ervices to uninsured, low income individuals who do not qualify for Medicaid, Medicare, or other assistance.
Assistance - Legal Legal Aid of Nebraska  
  Provides free civil legal services, assistance with public benefits, housing, domestic relations, end of life issues, consumer matters including debt collection defense and health care access. The Breast Cancer Legal Hotline provides access to free civil legal advice, brief service and representation to breast cancer patients and survivors. ...
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 - 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 - 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 - Home Repair Rebuilding Omaha Together  
  The mission of Rebuilding Omaha Together is to keep low-income elderly and low-income disabled homeowners warm, safe, dry and independent in their own homes. Services include home rehabilitation, modifications to make a home accessible for the disabled, roof repair, and emergency repairs. Services limited to Omaha City Limits.
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 - Food United Methodist Food Pantry  
  United Methodist Food Pantry offers food boxes to low income individuals in need.
Assistance - Medical UNMC Speciality Care Center  
  UNMC Community Health Care Center provides basic medical care for uninsured, low-income people on a sliding scale basis. Call for more information.
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.



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