Programs That Help


Early Head Start

Early Head Start is a federally funded program for pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers under the age of three, with the goal of enhancing children’s development, enabling parents to be good caregivers and helping families reach their goals.

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Wellspring Program

Wellspring’s mission is to help men and women over the age of 19 stop the damaging effects of sexual trauma, sexual exploitation, sex trafficking, and prostitution through empowerment and peer support. The program began in 1988 with a small group of concerned Omaha community members and by 1994 it had evolved into a program of The Salvation Army. A large number of Wellspring participants refer themselves to the program. Wellspring staff also receive referrals from the judicial system, court diversion programs, other human service agencies, probation, and parole. The Wellspring program has significant community impact. The program has helped reduce social and economic costs in areas such as law enforcement, public health, recidivism, and community image.

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Kids Cruisin' Kitchen

In Nebraska, 96,700 children, or 1 in 5, are not sure where their next meal is coming from. Filling the nutrition gap is critical, as hunger increases children's risk for illness and is a severe obstacle to learning.

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Material Assistance & Seasonal Services

Services provided by the Material Assistance & Seasonal Services range from access to a food pantry, clothing assistance, help with paying for prescription drugs, and disaster assistance for fire victims. 

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