Sex Offender One Stop Resource

Nebraska Resources

The links below are to websites that offer information related to Nebraska sex offense laws, statistics and other related topics. All website listed below provided information only for the state of Nebraska. The resources below are listed in no particular order. If you know of any other resources that should be added to the Nebraska sex offender resource list, please contact us and let us know.

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State Register & Laws

Counseling Options

  • Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc. – Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc. offers individual and group therapy for adult sex offenders. They have many locations around Nebraska. Visit their site to see if this service from Lutheran Family Services is near you.
  • Orr Psychotherapy Resources – Orr Psychotherapy Resources are dedicated to helping individuals, groups, and families meet the challenges of change. Diane Fehringer, LMHP specializes in sex offender therapy. They have offices in Seward and Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Nebraska Statewide Directory for Resources for Sex Offender Outpatient Treatment – A list that was compiled in 2008 that provides treatment options for both adult and juvenile sex offenders. (This is a .pdf file)
  • Child Guidance Center – Child Guidance Center is dedicated to providing child-centered, family-focused mental health services in Lincoln, Nebraska. They provide a Sexual Misconduct Treatment Program that is designed for youth ages 12-18 who demonstrate sexually abusive behaviors.
  • Whitehall Program – A residential program that works with adolescents, aged 13-18. Located in Lincoln, NE. (This is a pdf).
  • Apex Therapy Services – 1306 Andrews Dr # 100, Norfolk, NE – (402) 851-4026 Heidi Snitchler, LMHP
  • Associated Psychologists & Counselors -1306 N 13th St. Norfolk, NE – (402) 371-8218 Beth Ehrisman- Eating Disorders
  • Behavioral Health Specialists, Inc., – 900 W Norfolk Ave, Ste. 200, Norfolk, NE – (402) 370-3140 (may have funding help)
  • Debra L. Clausen, LMHP – (402) 844-3644
  • Faith Regional Psychiatric Services – 1500 Koenigstein Ave # 400, Norfolk, NE – (402) 644-7329
  • Heidi Goehmann, LCSW (314) 420-2591
  • Good Life Counseling & Support, LLC – 200 North 34th Street Norfolk, NE – (402) 371-3044 – Chad Wright – Marital Counseling
  • INKBLOTS COUNSELING LLC – 208 N 5th St. Suite C, Norfolk, NE – DR. John Laskowski PsyD; (402) 640-4779 (play therapy, EMDR)
  • Insight Therapy Services, LLC, 208 N 5th St Suite C, Norfolk, NE – Stephanie Zakrzewski Grubb, LIMHP, LADC; (402) 302-2590
  • Midtown Health Center – 302 W. Phillip Ave, Norfolk, NE – (402) 371-8000 (insurance not required, sliding fee scale possibility)
  • Maryssa Wagner, MSE; -601 S 13th St Ste A, Norfolk, NE – (402) 371-5632
  • Oasis Counseling International – 333 W Norfolk Ave, # 201, Norfolk, NE – (Pych. Nurse) (402) 379-2030 (may have funding help)

Other Resources

  • Families Affirming Community Safety – The Families Affirming Community Safety is focused on changing the sex offender registration laws in Nebraska. They also provide a list of employers that hire individuals with felonies.
  • Public Awareness and Action Resulting From Sex Offender Community Notification Laws – This study examines the degree to which community notification laws inform the public of sex offender information and preventative action from citizens.
  • Stop the Senate – Site to find out whom your state senator is and ways to contact him/her.
  • Stop the House of Representatives- Site to find out whom your state House of Representative is and ways to contact him/her.
  • Stop the Governor – Site to find out whom your state’s governor is and how to contact him/her.

Bridges to Hope*PREFERRED PARTNER* A non-profit 501(c)3 that is a resource agency for the formerly incarcerated or soon to be released. We seek to accompany former offenders while they are moving out of correctional institutions and into the community. B2H has a 4800 sq. foot warehouse with essential items to set up a home after release from incarceration including clothing, hygiene products, household goods, kitchen items, furniture, bedding and towels that are provided at no cost to former offenders.

Nebraska Department of Corrections: Department of corrections reentry program for the state of Nebraska.

Alternatives to Violence Project:  AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) Nebraska, an affiliate of a volunteer-based international organization, offers 18-hour experiential workshops on conflict resolution focusing on positive transformation of anger. Weekend workshops, which are voluntary, are held in prisons (Omaha & Lincoln) and the community (Lincoln). The national project began in the mid 1970’s when a group of incarcerated men reached out in an effort to stem the violence in their prison. The project has been active in NE since 1997.

Center For People in Need:  The Center For People In Need provides comprehensive services and opportunities to support low-income, high needs families and individuals as they strive to lift themselves out of poverty and achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America: Through our Prison Ministry, The Evangelical Lutheran Church reaches out to help prisoners in the Nebraska State Penitentiary system to know the transformational love of Jesus Christ. The Synod’s prison ministry has touched countless lives and helped provide much needed spiritual support to those who have participated, particularly those who transition back from prison life to society at large.

Mental Health Association of Nebraska:  The Mental Health Association of Nebraska (MHA-NE) is a consumer-run, voluntary not-for-profit statewide association located in Lincoln, Nebraska. MHA-NE brings together service recipients, families, professionals, advocates and concerned citizens to address all aspects of mental health and mental illness.  We focus on more than Mental health as well.  Our focus is behavioral health which includes substance abuse. Or any self-identified or diagnosed issues we do not require proof. We also offer programming. The H.O.P.E program offers supported employment to people coming out of prison or within 18 months. The R.E.A.L program offers outreach and on going peer support to those coming out or within 18 months of release and then Honu home offers an up to 90 day stay completely free to the person while they obtain and maintain employment and secure their own safe affordable housing. We also have a benefits programs assisting those who need to reinstate benefits and or apply.

Nebraska Aftercare In Action:  A non-profit 501(c)3 that trains and supports teams of 4 – 6 caring, interested community members to work with people recently released from incarceration to help them become reintegrated to society. The teams provide support in finding housing, employment, transportation and other needs as the released person works to become a productive contributing member or society.

New Visions Community Church: New Visions Community, United Methodist, is currently not a hiring resource but we do support persons who are re-entering society.  The mission of New Visions Community: As individuals and as a community, we focus on the needs of the world and hope to change lives.  We provide a Safe Haven program that offers each week a place to gather with persons who are compassionate and not judgmental. We listen and share, play games, provide snacks & drinks, have art materials for expression and, occasionally, watch sports on TV in a safe and sober environment. The program is every Saturday from 6:30-9:30pm at our St. James site, 2400 S. 11th St., Lincoln.

We also have a free clothing, toys and small household items program at our Calvary site, 1610 S. 11th St., Lincoln. These programs are staffed by volunteers. Call our office for further info at 402.474.5513. We welcome all who wish to join us.

Prairie Gold Homes:  A nonprofit 501 (c)3 that, in conjunction with the Nebraska Department of Corrections, helps inmates gain job skills and become productive citizens while building affordable, energy-efficient housing for our communities. Students are trained in basic carpentry skills, safe power tool use and much more. They receive certified OSHA, First Aid and AED training. They build a single-family home from the ground-up. After construction training, they attend a 2-week Life Skills class, where they learn the basics of creating resumes, interviewing, etc.

Released and Restored: Provides inmates and ex-offenders in Nebraska with the tools and support systems needed to learn how to live productive, moral, ethical and legal lives in our communities. Our goal is to prepare individuals for their release, restore family relationships that were harmed or broken by incarceration and to renew lives.

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TRANSITIONAL HOUSING OPTIONS

Good Samaritan Home LOCATIONS IN DARKE,
MONTGOMERY AND SHELBY COUNTIES
449 E. Third Street (4 male beds)
451 E. Third Street (5 male beds)
615 E. 4th Street (4 male beds)
116 Ludlow Street (6 female beds)
Greenville, OH 45331
John Graham – Director
Kathleen Graham – Admin. Assistant
2916 Main Street (55 male beds)
2654 N. Main Street
231 E. Hillcrest Ave.
22 & 24 Woodcrest Ave.
329 Ernst St. (8 male beds)
610 & 612 Fairview (9 male beds)
Dayton, OH 45405
Intake:
PO Box 382
Greenville, OH 45331
Ph: (937) 547-6337
Fax: (937) 548-5415
Email: jgraham19@woh.rr.com
Admission/Rejection Criteria for Darke County (Greenville) facilities:
 Male offenders
 No restrictions regarding criminal offense history
 OFFENDERS ARE TO REPORT TO 442 E. THIRD STREET, GREENVILLE FOR
INTAKE, PRIOR TO ADMISSION
SPECIAL NOTE:
If offenders are traveling to the facility via public transportation, provide the offender the above
listed phone number to call the Good Samaritan Home staff. Staff will ensure the offender is
transported from the bus stop to the facility.
Admission/Rejection Criteria for Montgomery County (Dayton) facility:
 Male offenders
 No restrictions regarding criminal offense history
Admission/Rejection Criteria for Shelby County (Sidney) facility:
 Male offenders
 No restrictions regarding criminal offense history

 

Mary Alice’s House Andrea Guice – Director
Eric Rossin – Office Manager
524 W. Elm Street (5 female beds)
Lima, OH 45801
543 W. Elm Street (5 male beds)
Lima, OH 45801
549 W. Elm Street (5 male beds)
Lima, OH 45801
Intake:
543 W. Elm Street
Lima, OH 45801
Ph: (419) 225-9830
Fax: (419) 227-9830
Email: maryaliceshouse@woh.rr.com
Admission/Rejection Criteria:
 Male and female offenders
 No restrictions regarding criminal offense history
 Preferred Catchment Area for CRC Sex Offenders
 Allen County
 Auglaize County
 Hancock County
 Harding County
 Mercer County
 Paulding County
 Putnam County
 Shelby County
 Van Wert County

 

NISRE, Inc. – The EXIT Program LOCATIONS IN FRANKLIN, RICHLAND,
ROSS and SUMMIT COUNTIES
EXIT Columbus (24 male / 8 female beds)
Michele Johnson Reynolds-CEO
Charles McLemore Jr. – Director
984/984 ½ Oakwood Avenue (10 male beds)
897 Oakwood (4 male beds)
1049 Forest (4 male beds)
1249-1251 S. Ohio Street (8 female beds)
Columbus, OH 43206 Report to 897 Oakwood for intake

EXIT Chillicothe (20 male beds)
395, 395 ½, 397 & 397 ½ E Second Street
66 N. Sugar Street
399 E. Second Street
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601 *Report to Terry Collins ReEntry Center for intake
EXIT Akron (24 male beds)
889-891 Delia Avenue (12 male beds)
709 Upson St (12 male beds)
923 Delia Avenue (Akron Office)
Akron, Ohio 44320
Ph: (234) 678-0210 *Report to 923 Delia Avenue for intake
Intake Inquiries (Main Office): Charles McLemore-Director of Operations
Bridget Stringer-Business Manager
1561 Old Leonard
Columbus, OH 43206
Ph: (614) 253-8969
Fax: (614) 569-4938
Email: charles.mclemore@theexitprogram.com, bridget.stringer@theexitprogram.com,
michele.johnson@theexitprogram.com
Admission/Rejection Criteria:
 Sex offenders permitted at all locations with the exception of Mansfield
 No other restrictions regarding criminal offense history

 

Oriana House LOCATIONS IN CUYAHOGA
25 Frederick Ave (16 M/F beds avail) AND SUMMIT COUNTIES
Akron, Ohio 44310 *(indicate which county on referral)*
65 E. Glenwood Ave
Akron, OH 44304 James Lawrence, President & CEO

Intake: Julie Howe
P. O. Box 1501
Akron, Ohio 44309
Ph: (330) 996-2222 x 2670
Fax: (330) 761-9021
Email: Admissions@orianahouse.org or
Juliehowe@orianahouse.org
Admission/Rejection Criteria:
 Male offenders
 No Tier III sex offenders (Cuyahoga and Summit)
 No Tier I and II that require community notification (Cuyahoga only)
 No convictions for Murder, Rape or a felony against a minor (Cuyahoga only)
 Arsonists reviewed on a case-by-case basis

 

Talbert House LOCATIONS IN BUTLER AND HAMILTON COUNTY
538 Front Street (7 male beds) (SH)
Hamilton, Ohio 45011 Neil Tilow – President/CEO

960 Grand Ave. (4 male beds)
Building A
Cincinnati, OH 45205
{Units 8 and 10 (4 beds in each unit)}
1609 Pelham Place (4 female beds)
Cincinnati, Ohio 45237
** Contract for 15 beds – 7 at Front Street and 8 at Grand **
Intake: Veronica Hand
5234 State Route 63
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Ph: (513) 933-9304
Fax: (513) 933-9305
Email: hwhintake@talberthouse.org
Admission/Rejection Criteria:
 Serves counties in southwest Ohio
 If discharged previously for a medical condition, offender must be stable medically
 If discharged previously for violation of program rules, must agree to behavioral contract
 No sex offenders, arsonists or offenders with a serious pattern of violence

 

A.R.C.H., INC. (Alcoholics, Re-socialization Condition) 1502 N. 58th St., Omaha, NE 68114 – PH: (402)
346-8898; Fax – (402) 346-1129 http://www.archhalfwayhouse.org/
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 ¾ way house after completion of the program at A.R.C.H. They will accept sex offenders

 

NEBRASKA STATEWIDE DIRECTORY OF RESOURCES FOR SEX OFFENDER OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

Alliance

Midwestern Behavioral Health Services 308-641-8409
Gage Stermensky II PsyD, LP, LADC, BCB
1811 Avenue A
Scottsbluff, NE 69361-2448
* Offers sex offender evaluations and risk assessment for both adolescent and adults.
– Self payment, Medicare, LOA, Medicaid, Private Party Insurance, Sliding fee scale based on
income, Probation Voucher Approved, Nebraska Registered Service Provider

Bellevue

Lutheran Family Services Rsafe Program 402-595-1338 appts.
Holly Schifferns, MS, LMHP 402 292-9105
11515 S. 39th, Ste 300
Bellevue, NE 68123
* Offers Individual, Group and Family therapy primarily for adult incest & child pornography
offenders. http://www.lfsneb.org/behavioralhealth/sexualabuse/incest.asp
*Offers outpatient treatment for children with problematic sexual behaviors including children age 4-
18 with family, individual and group therapy as well as specialized parenting classes for adults
parenting children who have problematic sexual behaviors and adults parenting children who have
been sexually abused at the Project Harmony Location, 11949 Q Street, Omaha NE.

RSafe®(Sexual Abuse Treatment)

RSafe® Therapy RSafe® therapists provide individual, family and group therapy for individuals with problematic sexual behaviors and victims of sexual abuse. Classes are also offered for parents and guardians. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) A psychotherapy used to help with symptoms of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Columbus

Midwest Psychotherapy Associates 402-276-0601
Curtis Moore, CMSW, LIMHP
3020 18th St., #12
Columbus, NE 68601
*Offers Individual and Group sex offender specific therapy. Experienced with Mental Health Board
commitments.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, Medicare and Private Party insurance.

 

Grand Island

New Beginnings Family Services 308-675-0060
Kerry L. Alfrey LIMHP-LADC-CSOTS
620 N. Webb Road
Grand Island, NE 68801
* Offers outpatient individual and group therapy for adults and juvenile sex offenders or
problematic sexual behaviors. Offers sex offender evaluations for both adults and
juveniles.
-Self pay, Medicaid, Private Party Insurance, and Probation vouchers accepted.

 

John Meidlinger, PhD 308-384-9594
1811W 2nd St. #440
Grand Island, NE 68801
*Offers Sex Offender Psychological Evaluations only.
-Self Payment, Medicare, Medicaid, Probation voucher and Private Party insurance.

 

Henderson

Sandra Hale Kroeker, LCSW, LIMHP, LMHP, MSW, MFT 402-723-4883
1080 17th St., PO 684
Henderson, NE 68371
*Offers Sex Offender Evaluations, Risk Assessments and Individual, Group or Family therapy for
both adults and adolescents. Available for expert testimony.
-Self Payment, Medicaid and Private Party insurance.

 

Kearney

Molly Bomberger, MS, LMHP, PLADC, CSOTP 308-237-6865
Kearney Counseling Associates
2811 30th Ave
Kearney NE 68845
Offers Sex Offender Evaluations and Outpatient therapy for adolescent and adult sex offenders.
Self-payment, Private Party Insurance, Probation Voucher, and Medicaid

 

Lincoln

Blue Valley Behavioral Health 402-261-4017
Jack Carlson, MS, LIMHP, LPC
3901 Normal Blvd., Ste. 201
Lincoln, NE 506
*Offers Individual Counseling for adolescent and adult sex offenders.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, private insurance, sliding fee schedule.

 

Child Guidance Center 402-475-7666
Kevin Benesch, PhD & Pat Sailors, LMHP
2444 O St.
Lincoln, NE 68510
*Outpatient Sexual Misconduct Program: Offers sexual misconduct/risk assessments, sexual
trauma assessments, and individual, group and family therapy for adolescent sex offenders (ages
10-19). Groups for older, younger developmentally delayed youth.
*Intensive Outpatient Program: Offers partial care level of service based on the risk of the individual
and community safety.
*Therapeutic Group Home Program: A ten-bed 24 hour, secure, comprehensive, sex-offense
specific residential treatment facility for males ages 13-17, who have acted out in a sexual manner
and require an intensive level of care in a safe and nurturing environment.
-Self Payment, Medicaid and Private Party insurance. Sliding fee scale based on income.

 

Counseling Affiliates of Nebraska 402-488-0077

Mary Paine, PhD,
Nicholas Giles, Psy.D.
1550 S. 70th St., Suite 101
Lincoln, NE 68506
*Offers Comprehensive outpatient sex offender treatment program offering individual, group, and
family therapy. Staff has extensive training and experience treating adult offenders.
Dr. Paine and Dr. Giles conduct psychological evaluations and sex offender risk assessments and
experienced with mental health board commitments and with available LADAC provider
– Accept most insurances, probation voucher and private pay.

 

Michael Melhorn, LIMHP 402-202-8816
Indian Center
1100 Military Road
Lincoln, NE 68508
*Offers therapy for adults and adolescents using a holistic approach with emphasis on cognitivebehavior.
-Medicaid, Blue Cross, United Health Care and other insurances. Sliding fee scale.

 

Whitehall Program 402-471-6969
Division of the Lincoln Regional Center
5845 Huntington Ave.
Lincoln, NE 68507
*Offers residential treatment for adolescents’ ages 13 – 18 years of age.
-Medicaid and Self payment

 

Norfolk

Oasis Counseling International 402-379-2030
333 Norfolk Ave., Suite 201
Norfolk, NE 68701
*Offers sex offender evaluations, outpatient family and individual counseling.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, private pay and sliding fee scale based on income.

 

Midwest Psychotherapy Associates 402-276-0601
Curtis Moore, CMSW, LIMHP
1203 S. 8th St., Suite A
Norfolk, NE 68701
*Offers Individual and Group sex offender specific therapy. Experienced with Mental Health Board
commitments.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, Medicare and Private Party insurance

 

North Platte

Jennifer Sukup, LIMHP
First Step to Freedom 308-660-3257
516 N. Dewey, Ste. 1
North Platte, NE 69101
*Offers sex offender co-occurring assessments, substance abuse evaluations, Risk Assessments,

Individual, therapy for both adults and adolescents.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, Probation Preferred Provider and Private Party insurance.

 

O’Neil

Oasis Counseling International (branch office) 402-336-3009
221 W. Douglas St.
O’Neill, NE 68763
*Offers sex offender evaluations, outpatient family and individual counseling.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, private pay and sliding fee scale based on income.

 

Omaha

Center of Sexual Treatment and Recovery at the Adlerian Ctr 402-334-3044
Marlys Oestreich, LMHP, LADAC, CAS, CSAT
11911 Arbor St.
Omaha, NE 68144
*Offers Group and Individual therapy, case by case, specializing in Sexual Addiction Assessment

and treatment.
-Self Payment and Private Party insurance.
Impact Counseling Services
Char Hornbeck, M.S., LMHP, LPC 402-305-3286
5002 Dodge St., Suite 202
Omaha, NE 68132
*Offers Individual Therapy for adult sex offenders.
-Self-payment
Theodore J. DeLaet, Ph.D.
Kari Perez, PhD 402-333-8210
11414 West Center Road, Suite 243
Omaha, NE 68144
*Offers Sexual Misconduct Evaluations for youth 12 and younger. Sexual Offender Risk
Assessments for adolescents and adults. Outpatient individual therapy and therapy for adolescents
and adults with developmental disabilities. Available for expert testimony.
-Self Payment, Medicaid (youth only), Probation Voucher and Private Party insurance.

Lutheran Family Services Rsafe Program 402-595-1338 appts.
Holly Schifferns, MS, LMHP 402 292-9105
120 South 24th, Ste 210
Omaha NE 68102
* Offers Individual, Group and Family therapy primarily for adult incest & child pornography
offenders. http://www.lfsneb.org/behavioralhealth/sexualabuse/incest.asp
*Offers outpatient treatment for children with problematic sexual behaviors including children age 4-
18 with family, individual and group therapy as well as specialized parenting classes for adults
parenting children who have problematic sexual behaviors and adults parenting children who have
been sexually abused at the Project Harmony Location, 11949 Q Street, Omaha NE.

RSafe®(Sexual Abuse Treatment)

RSafe® Therapy RSafe® therapists provide individual, family and group therapy for individuals with problematic sexual behaviors and victims of sexual abuse. Classes are also offered for parents and guardians. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) A psychotherapy used to help with symptoms of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


Mary Engdahl, MEd, LMHP 402-595-1338 appts
120 South 24th, Ste 10
Omaha, NE 68102
* Offers Individual, Group and Family therapy primarily for preschool, school age, and adolescents
with problematic sexual behaviors.
*Offers outpatient treatment for children with problematic sexual behaviors including children age 3-
19 with family, individual and group therapy as well as specialized parenting classes for adults
parenting children who have problematic sexual behaviors and adults parenting children who have
been sexually abused. Providers are trained in Treatment for school age, and adolescents with
problematic sexual behaviors and provide Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT),
and Problematic Sexual Behavior Problems Cognitive Behavior Therapy (PSB-CBT) evidenced
based treatments.

RSafe®(Sexual Abuse Treatment)

RSafe® Therapy RSafe® therapists provide individual, family and group therapy for individuals with problematic sexual behaviors and victims of sexual abuse. Classes are also offered for parents and guardians. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) A psychotherapy used to help with symptoms of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Papillion

Forensic Behavioral Health, Inc. 402-557-6027
Kirk A. B. Newring, PhD
1410 East Gold Coast Rd., Suite 800
Papillion, NE 68046
*Offers individual, group and family therapy for adolescent and adult sexual offenders, individual
therapy for children and adolescents with sexual behavior problems (including those involved in the
juvenile justice system). Psychological evaluations and risk assessment for violent and sexually
violent behavior for male, female, juvenile and adult. Consultation, training, and expert testimony
related to the assessment, treatment, and management of sexual violence and its repercussions.
-Self-payment, Medicaid, Probation Voucher and private party insurance.

Scottsbluff

Midwestern Behavioral Health Services 308-641-8409
Gage Stermensky II PsyD, LP, LADC, BCB
1811 Avenue A
Scottsbluff, NE 69361-2448
* Offers sex offender evaluations and risk assessment for both adolescent and adults.
– Self payment, Medicare, LOA, Medicaid, Private Party Insurance, Sliding fee scale based on
income, Probation Voucher Approved, Nebraska Registered Service Provider

Seward

Blue Valley Behavioral Health 402-643-3343
Jack Carlson, MS, LIMHP, LPC
459 S. 6th
Seward, NE 68434
*Offers Individual Counseling for adolescent and adult sex offenders.
-Self Payment, Medicaid, private insurance, sliding fee schedule.

Sidney

Midwestern Behavioral Health Services 308-641-8409
Gage Stermensky II PsyD, LP, LADC, BCB
1811 Avenue A
Scottsbluff, NE 69361-2448
* Offers sex offender evaluations and risk assessment for both adolescent and adults.
– Self payment, Medicare, LOA, Medicaid, Private Party Insurance, Sliding fee scale based on
income, Probation Voucher Approved, Nebraska Registered Service Provider

Community Resources

Department of Education Website Community Resources

Adult Parole Community Resource Directory for Omaha & Surrounding Areas 

Department of Parole and Supervision Services Community Resource Driectory for Grand Island & Surrounding Counties 

Department of Parole and Supervision Services Community Resource Directory for Hastings &  Surrounding Areas 

Adult Parole Resource Guide – North Platte and Surrounding Areas

Adult Parole Resource Guide – Scottsbluff and Surrounding Areas

Community Resources

Community Resources For The Deaf & Blind

Other Community Resources

 

Address: PO Box 38, Ewing, NE 68735

Phone Number(402) 626-7693

Address: 602 S. Madison St. Atkinson, NE 68713

Phone Number402-340-4417

Facebook PageBriar Park RV

Address: PO Box 201, Chambers, NE 68725

Phone Number402-340-0106

Website: cnedd.org

Emailjudy.petersen@cnedd.org

Address: 1203 E. Hynes Ave., O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number402-961-1358

Emailadministrator@countrylaneretirement.com

Address: PO Box 812,O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number(402) 340-0011

Emailtom.earley@telebeep.com

Address:  1001 and 1003 E. Hynes Avenue, O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-1407 or (712) 274-7740 or 1-800-659-2656

Address: 423 E. Douglas St., O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-3500

Address: 315 E Douglas St., O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-5352

Website: juffer.com

Facebook Page: @sargentoneill

Email: salden@juffer.com

Address: 315 Church Street, :O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-4400

Facebook Page: @KinkaidVillage

Email: info@kinkaidvillage.com

Address: 320 S. 4th Street, O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-4444

Facebook Page: @LandMarketersRealty

Email: office@landmarketers.com

Address

320 W. Hynes Avenue
O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-3933

Address: 514 N. 10th Street, O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: 402-336-3234

Website: costelloco.com

Email: Shannon@costelloco.com

Address: 119 N. 4th Street, O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 340-2990

Facebook Page: @strackerealty

Email: stacey@strackerealty.com

Address: 102 E. Hwy 20, Stuart, NE 68780

Phone Number: 402-340-2990

Facebook Page: @strackerealty

Email: stacey@strackerealty.com

Address: 108 E 6th Street Stuart, NE 68780

Phone Number: (402) 924-3647

Address: 1600 N. Harrison Street O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-4100

Facebook Page: @evergreenalf

Email: evergreen@telebeep.com

Address: 205 6th Avenue Atkinson, NE 68713

Phone Number: (402) 925-5500

Address: 49168 US Hwy 20, O’Neill, NE 68763

Phone Number: (402) 336-4110

Website waldorealty.net

Facebook Page @Waldorealty

Email waldorealty@qwestoffice.net

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Utilities

Black Hills Energy – Crete, Grand Island, Lincoln, Omaha
Phone: 1-888-890-5554
Currently suspending power disconnections. Call to set up a payment plan.

Dollar Energy Fund – Nebraska
Grants available for utility assistance.

LES – Lincoln
Phone: 402-475-4211
Currently suspending power disconnections. Call to set up a payment plan.

Metropolitan Utilities District (MUD) – Omaha
Phone: 402-554-6666 or toll-free at 800-732-5864
Currently suspending power disconnections; call to set up a payment plan.

MyLNK Rent & Utility Assistance – Lincoln
Rent and utility assistance

NE DHHS Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program – Nebraska/United States
Assistance for energy; restrictions apply, see income/family guidelines on their webpage.

Nebraska Telephone Assistance Program – Nebraska
Low-cost phone service for qualifying homes.

OPPD – Omaha
Phone: 402-536-4131 in Omaha, or 1-877-536-4131
Currently suspending power disconnections. Call to set up a payment plan.

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Community Resource Guide

Directory of Community Resources

Emergency: 911

Community Medical Center, Falls City, Nebraska : 402-245-2428

Health and Human Services Falls City call center: 402-245-4431

Blue Valley Behavioral Health Center: 402-245-4458

Blue Rivers Agency on Aging: 888-317-9417 or 402-223-1376

Falls City Economic Development (EDGE)www.fallscityedge.com

Crisis:

Abuse/Neglect- 24 hr. hotline (Child and Adult/Elder): 877-504-0847 Reporting hotline: 800-652-1999

Nebraska Respite Network: 211 N. 14th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508
https://nrrs.ne.gov/respite/

Project Response  Crisis Hotline: 1-800-456-5764  www.projectresponseinc.org

Home Health:

Good Samaritan Society Home Care of Southeast Nebraska (402) 274-5541    www.good-sam.com

Lyons Quality Home Services  402-245-6144

Hospice:

Ascera Care – Beatrice 402-228-6262

Tabitha Hospice  1-800-487-3484

Life Assist USA/Community Medical center: 402-245-2428

Community Medical Center 3307 Barada Street, P.O. Box 399 Falls City, NE 68355

Meals on Wheels:

Falls City Senior Center: 402-245-3871

Humboldt (SENCA): 402-862-2411

Sac & Fox Reservation: 785-595-3501

Mortuaries:

Dorr & Clark Funeral Home: 402-245-2424

Hall Funeral Chapel: 402-245-3131

Hall Funeral Chapel: Auburn (collect) 402-274-3131

Wherry Mortuary-Humboldt: 402-862-2915

Nursing Homes:

Falls City Healthcare Community: 402-245-5252

Falls City Nursing and Rehabilitation: 402-245-4466

Colonial Acres-Humboldt: 402-862-3123

Assisted Living:

Jonesbrook Estates: 402-245-6033

Pharmacies:

Kex RX Pharmacy & Home Care: 402-245-2029

Veterans Service Office: 402-245-3722

W.I.C.

Women, Infants and Children/Nutrition: 1-877-691-8381  Tecumseh office: 402-335-2988

Transportation for Seniors and/or Handicapped

Handi Bus transportation Richardson County: 402-245-3664

Richardson County Transit – SENCA
221 West 16th Street Falls City, NE 68355
Call: 402-245-3664
Email: rctransit@senca.org
Website: http://www.senca.org
Fees: Fare varies by route
Area Served: Richardson County
“Service Description: Provides a county-wide transit service serving the general public with priority for the elderly and handicapped. Transportation operates on a regular schedule providing both local and out-of-area door-to-door service.”

League of Human Dignity – Lincoln
Disability Related Transportation
1701 P Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 441-7871

“Basic Needs” Assistance (Shelter, Clothing, Non-emergent help, etc.)

Falls City Area Ministerial Association Inc. (FCAMA) Helpline:
402-245-6111
*Important Notice: This phone line is not staffed full time and they do not have the available funds/items to help everybody’s situation.A shared ministry of the churches of the Falls City area, the FCAMA Helpline is a source for non-emergencyoccasional aid for people in need of temporary assistance. Some common areas include: food aid (in the form of vouchers from Sun Mart), utility assistance, and gasoline assistance. Other assistance may be available by request, but will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis; in many cases, you may receive some assistance and be referred to other area agencies for additional help. To request assistance, call the number listed above and leave a brief message detailing your request. Please allow 2-3 days for a return phone call, as the line is staffed by volunteers. Most FC area churches support the helpline, and will likely refer you there if you contact them directly.

SENCA – Richardson County Outreach       -Food Pantry and Energy Assistance
Room 101, Courthouse Falls City, NE
Phone: 402-245-5284
Email: richardsoncounty@senca.org

  1. Rental assistance for eviction notices & first month’s rent. Must meet income guidelines, must have some form of income, must enroll & participate in Family Development Case Management. Can only assist one (1) time in a twelve month period. Can only help with one month rent.
  2. Utility assistance for shut off notices. Must meet income guidelines, must have some form of income, must enroll & participate in Family Development Case Management. Can only assist one (1) time in a twelve month period. Can only help with one month’s bill and the rest of the bill must be paid before I can pay anything.
  3. Can help with gas to doctor’s appointments only. Can only do this if you have to travel long distances, (i.e. Lincoln, Omaha, St. Joseph). Can only help with a limited amount. Will not fill tank. Can only do it every few months, not continual.
  4. Can also help with prescriptions. Must be a necessary medication. Can only do on a limited basis. One time a year usually. Cannot pay an entire medication if it is very expensive.

**Absolutely NO deposits, late fees or reconnect fees paid. Funding is usually very limited so rarely is SENCA able to pay the whole bill. The customer must pay their part before SENCA can pay. Also, cannot help with propane or phone bills.**

SENCA – North Richardson County Outreach
802 Fourth Street Humboldt, NE 68376
Phone: 402-862-2411
Website: www.senca.org
“Investing in our neighbors through education and partnerships to improve lives and build strong communities in Southeast Nebraska.”

SENCA – Project First
802 Fourth Street Humboldt, NE
Phone: 402-862-2411 ext. 105 or 1-888-313-5608
From website: “This project is known as Project First (Families in Residence with Support in Transition). Anyone needing these services or wanting to refer or find resources for homeless families may do so by contacting the Community Services Coordinator at the SENCA Central Office in Humboldt, NE.”

Education Services

Sixpence  402-245-3276

Developmental Assessment – children
3901 North 27th Street, Suite 5 Lincoln, NE 68521
Phone: 1-888-806-6287
*Serving Nebraska

 

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One comment

  1. Celeste Akers

    I work in community services for a psychiatric clinic. Some of our patients have Sex Offender records. They struggle to find affordable housing, with or without public assistance. Is there a list or map for Omaha, NE (Douglas and Sarpy counties) of places willing to rent to people on the Sex Offender Registry? Are there rehabilitation houses or transitional housing that people can live in voluntarily once they are released from incarceration and off of probation (not court ordered)?

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