Abbreviated list of Nebraska service organizations
EntityDescriptionAddressPhoneWebsite
School BreakfastsThe goals of this two-year Challenge are twofold. First, the Challenge seeks to persuade schools to start a School Breakfast Program if they do not offer one. Secondly, those schools that currently offer a school breakfast program are encouraged to increase participation.Hunger Free Heartland 10525 J Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
1-402-905-4804Breakfast Challenge
Aging PartnersAging Partners is designed to either answer your question directly or to connect you with someone who can. We can help you find a meal program or someone to come to your home to help with more serious problems as well as all the issues in between.Aging Partners

1005 O Street, Lincoln, NE 68508

1-402-441-7070 1-800-247-0938Aging Partners
Nebraska Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)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.Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509
1-402-471-3121 1-800-254-4202LIHEAP
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
{formerly Food Stamps}
The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program helps low-income people buy food. It’s not necessary to be receiving other public assistance in order to be eligible, but people don’t receive SNAP benefits automatically — they must apply and be found eligible.SNAP

Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509

1-402-323-3900 1-800-383-4278SNAP
Child Care SubsidyThe Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) can help with the cost of child care (called a child care subsidy). Your gross income (income before taxes, insurance, and any other deductions are subtracted) is used to see if you are eligible. Both earned income (for example, wages) and unearned income (for example, child support, Social Security payments, Unemployment Insurance) are counted.Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
Child Care Subsidy

P.O. Box 95026
Lincoln, NE 68509-5044
1-800-89-CHILD 1-800-892-4453DHHS
Emergency Cash Assistance ProgramEmergency Assistance helps with money and/or services for needy children and other household members when there’s an emergency situation. The program helps when the situation is threatening to the health or well-being of an eligible child and family.Emergency Cash Assistance Program
P.O. Box 95044
Lincoln, NE 68509-5044
1-402-471-3121ECAP
Nebraska JobLinkOne-Stop Career Centers located across the state provide a full array of employment and training related services for workers, youth and businesses under one roof, including onsite services provided by a network of mandatory Workforce Investment Act (WIA) partners. Career Centers offer job seekers a full range of assistance under one roof.Nebraska Department of Labor
Administrative Office
550 South 16th Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
402-471-9776 402-471-9000JobLink
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