The Asian Community & Cultural Center supports and empowers all refugees and immigrants through programs and services and advances the sharing of Asian culture and other cultural heritages of clients with the community at large.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-477-3446
The Belmont Community Center aims to identify and define the social, cultural, recreational, and educational needs of the residents of the Northwest Lincoln community and to cooperate in meeting these needs by establishing programs and services.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-477-8854
The Community Action partnership has the mission of empowering people living in poverty to reach economic stability.
Contact: Through their website: https://www.communityactionatwork.org/about/contact.html ; 402-471-4515
For over 35 years, El Centro de las Americas has provided services in the areas of education, family support, youth empowerment, health, and resource navigation. El Centro’s bilingual and bicultural staff’s objective is to provide their clients with professional and courteous services.
Contact: email@example.com ;402-474-3950 EXT 0
This group was established for women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ;402-437-9302 (24 Hour Hotline)
In 1973, the Seventh-day Adventist Churches of Lincoln saw a need for basic and emergency services in our community. They founded the Good Neighbor Community Center. Over the years, they have provided emergency food, clothing, and household items in a kind, understanding environment. Each client is personally welcomed and encouraged to participate in their programs.
Contact: email@example.com ;402-477-4173
Lincoln Community Learning Centers provide a delivery model to support youth, families, and neighborhoods as they strive to be successful, thriving, and strong. CLCs are about the process of people and programs working together to create a culture of learning that serves our entire community.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-436-1966
Lincoln Recreation Center provides information to find a park, see a trails map, check pool hours, sign up for a tee time, buy a tribute brick, or register for one of many programs.
Contact: email@example.com; 402-441-7847
Malone started as a community center in the midst of the civil rights era as a platform for creating racial and socioeconomic equality. For decades, Malone has served neighboring families, youth, seniors, and the Lincoln community with inclusive, social, cultural, educational, employment, and welfare services.
Contact: Through their website: https://malonecenter.org/contact/; 402-474-1110
At Mourning Hope, children, adults and families have the opportunity to participate in grief support groups with peers their own age who have experienced similar loss. Participants and clients are taught healthy coping skills for dealing with the death of a significant person.
Contact: Through their website: https://www.mourninghope.org/aboutus/contact.html; 402-488-8989
The Northeast Family center is dedicated to bringing northeast Lincoln quality care and educational programs. Through their Early Learning Center and Community Learning Centers, they provide opportunities for students and children to succeed in the classroom through educational support and beneficial curriculum.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 402-471-3700
This center provides value to the Native American community by creating and obtaining programs that empower self-sufficiency and positive quality of life standards in individuals and families.
Contact: Through their website: https://www.indiancenterinc.org/; 402-802-3167
The Salvation Army serves the Lincoln area through various areas of service, including feeding programs, youth development, Pathway of Hope, and more. They look carefully to see the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs in the Lincoln community and offer solutions to those who need help.
Contact: Through their website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/lincoln/who-we-are/; 402-474-6263
Voices of Hope's primary focus is on crisis intervention services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and related forms of abuse. When working with individuals who come to them for help, their immediate priorities are the safety and empowerment of the victims and their families.
Contact: Through their website: https://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org/contact.html; 402-475-7273
Willard Community Center has always been here to support the community it serves. They help area residents grow, connect, and contribute to the community.
Contact: Through their website: https://www.willardcommunitycenter.org/vnews/display.v/SEC/About|Contact%20Us; 402-475-0805
Yazda is a global community-led institution that protects and champions all religious and ethnic minority communities, including Assyrians, Chaldeans, Kakais, Shabak, Turkmen, and Yazidis in Iraq, Kurdistan Region, and Syria.
Contact: email@example.com; 832-298-9584