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The Salvation Army
Divisional Headquarters

10755 Burt Street
Omaha, NE 68114
(402) 898-7700

The Salvation Army
Lied Renaissance Center

3612 Cuming Street
Omaha, NE 68131
(402) 898-5900

Citadel Worship Community Center
Majors Trevor and Shelly McClintock
Huberman-Dietrich Memorial Chapel
3738 Cuming Street
Omaha, NE 68131
(402) 553-5694
Council Bluffs Worship Community Center
Major Judy Tekautz
715 North 16th Street
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
(712) 328-2088
North Worship Community Center
Lt. Brenna Logan
2424 Pratt Street
Omaha, NE 68111
(402) 451-4048
Gene Eppley Camp
Captains Scott & Jolinda Shelbourn
915 Allied Road
Omaha, NE 68123
Camp Administration
(402) 291-1912 ext. 10 & 11
(402) 291-1036 fax
Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center - Omaha Kroc Center
Majors Todd & Cathy Thielke
2825 "Y" Street
Omaha, NE  68107-4450
(402) 905-3500
Adult Rehabilitation Center
Captains Chris & April Clarke
2551 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68131
(402) 342-4135

About Us

Omaha's Salvation Army Lied Renaissance Center

In May of 1990, The Salvation Army announced that the Nebraska Methodist Health System would transfer its five-acre Midtown Omaha campus to the Army as a gift. Valued at more than $2 million, the donation included buildings, furnishings and all non-medical equipment, making it the largest single contribution ever presented to the Army in Omaha.
Not only did this mean a quantum leap in physical facilities for the Army, it also presented a significant opportunity for expansion of services. This gift allowed for a rebirth of the Army in the Omaha area. It was only natural that the facility be named The Salvation Army Lied Renaissance Center.
Today the Lied Renaissance Center is nationally referred to as “the flagship of the Western Division” because of its uniqueness and functionality. It stands as the world’s largest social services agency under one roof, featuring a broad and diverse menu of over 20 programs, from transitional housing to services for the elderly. Approximately 166 people who might otherwise be living on the streets live instead at the Center, and more than 170,000 are served annually thanks to generous donations.
As a benefactor, your contributions and volunteer time go toward the support of the valuable programs offered at The Salvation Army Lied Renaissance Center, helping to turn around the lives of individuals and families in crisis throughout our metropolitan community.