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City Prosecutor Marty Conboy SNAP Outreach Specialist Food Bank for the Heartland Kelly Dunlap Council Bluffs Public Library Lynn United Way 211 Lena Thompson Metro Community College Director of Adult Education Debbie Flower Glasnapp, Sherry Douglas County Community Mental Health Center L (CMHC) Wells Fargo Anita L. Johnson Jessica Jones, Program Director Together, Inc MSW Health and Human Services Heartland Family Service Emergency Service Coordinator Leann Quiroz Dennis Snook, Director MASS Program, The Salvation Army MPA Nickie Slater, CSW, PLMHP, Catholic Charities, Omaha Campus for Hope PCMSW SOAR Project Supervisor Stacy Ring Legal Aid Patrick Ford Ameristar Casino Heather Hersom Salvation Army Emergency Community Support Program Darsey Zwiener Courtney Veterans Affairs Regional Office Morehead, Coach Veterans Affairs, Fiduciary and Public Contact Teams Michael Johnson Social Security Marsha Bartholomew ENCAP Nancy Livingston, MS H FHAS OHA Trudy Zimmerman Mercy Housing / TimberCreek Apartments Beverly Wagner Community Alliance Homeless program JoAnn Strong Bethlehem House Gina Freimuth Open Door Mission Charity Watts MOHM'S Place and Timothy House Harry Waller The Salvation Army Lisa Vukov, BA Mike Saklar, Rod Sienna Francis House Bauer Mala Thomas, Community Support/ RSS/Peer Catholic Charities, Omaha Campus for Hope Supervisor The Stephens Center Michael Krell Y.E.S. Cindy Goodin HOPWA Judy Anderson Melissa Sewick, Administrative Douglas County Dept. of General Assistance Liaison Sara Rounds, Heartland Family Service Jody Jackson Williams Prepared Place Pastor Pat Williams Jody Jackson, Heartland Family Services Sara Rounds MICAH House Bobbi Nielson Marty.Conboy@ci.omaha.ne.us email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org lthompson@UWMidlands.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Anita.Johnson@wellsfargo.com email@example.com Mariellen.Becker@nebraska.gov firstname.lastname@example.org dennis_snook@USC.salvationarmy.org email@example.com; JosephL@ccomaha.org; MadonnaL@ccomaha.org firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Heather.Hersom@ameristar.com Darsey_Zwiener@USC.salvationarmy.org firstname.lastname@example.org Michael.Johnson287038@va.gov Marsha.Bartholomew@ssa.gov Nancy Livingston [email@example.com] Housing Deborah@fhasinc.org TZimmerman@ohauthority.org BWagner@mercyhousing.org firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Lisa_Vukov@USC.salvationarmy.org firstname.lastname@example.org MalaT@ccomaha.org Michael.Krell@stephencenter.org email@example.com Judy.Anderson@nebraska.gov Melissa.Sewick@douglascounty-ne.gov SRounds@heartlandfamilyservice.org; JDJackson@heartlandfamilyservice.org firstname.lastname@example.org SRounds@heartlandfamilyservice.org; JDJackson@heartlandfamilyservice.org BNielsen@themicahhouse.org Mental Health Banking Services Services we will provide: ID/Birth Certificate assistance Rent/Deposit assistance Medication Assistance (high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, thyroid, & heart medication only) Eye glass & exam Information on how to get pantries, free clothing/furniture, bus passes Heartland Family Service North office offeres a once a year medication assistance program called GEMS. This program is designed for folks that have no insurance or co- pays to get help with life threating medications such as HIV/AIDS, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Asthma and so on. What I can't help with is pain or mental health medications. Prevention, gas, pantry, rent. "substance abuse/mental health/case management" Legal Aid does not provide housing but we will participate by providing legal advise & representation Education and job search case management program for individuals that have a mental health disorder. Our housing programs have requested a table 1.Type of housing we provide for qualified veterans Grant and Per diem, or hud –vash The Family Development Services Department offers: Free tax prep, emergency financial assistance, pantry, employability skills training, community resource information, computer lab, afterschool program for teens and a summer volunteer work experience for teens.The Behavioral Health Department offers: psychological testing, medication management, counseling for mental health and substance abuse, anger management, and family reunification. homeless prevention assistance and transitional housing assistance in the forms of direct financial assistance, housing advocacy, and tenant education. FHAS also provides tax returns, financial incentives in education and tenant education and credit repair reviews. Housing Mercy Housing’s mission is to “create stable, vibrant and healthy communities by developing, financing and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities.” Housing and Mental Health Bethlehem House. Transitional supportive housing for pregnant homeless women. Must 19 years of age, no other children living with Mom at this time. (we can only accommodate pregnant Mom and baby during and after her pregnancy). And, Veterans Village, permanent and transitional supportive housing for homeless Veterans. Will not be open until possibly 2012. Emergency Shelter, Transitional house and Permanent Supportive Housing to men, women and children. Shelter three transitional housing programs, 37th Street Program, THRU, and Scattered Site/Harrington Homes. We will also be available to talk about our new permanent supportive housing program, the HOME Program. All of these programs offer housing for single adults (male or female), families, and couples. For the transitional housing programs, the applicants must be homeless based on HUD's definition for transitional housing (emergency shelter, streets/other place not meant for habitation, fleeing domestic violence, or being evicted), be at least 19 years of age, have 30 days of sobriety, and have 30 days of medication compliance. THRU and Scattered Site/Harrington Homes also require a full-time, structured activity at the time of application and have income parameters. For the HOME Program, applicants must meet HUD's definition of homelessness for permanent supportive housing (living on the streets, in emergency shelter, or timing out of transitional housing-but after previously living on the streets or in emergency shelter), must have a disabling condition, and be at least 19 years of age. Shelter Community Support/Recovery Peer Support for substance abuse would like to come again and do what we did last year. Also do Chemical evaluations. Shelter Youth Shelters AIDS Housing We can provide assistance with rent and utilities and we also have a Primary Health Care Clinic. Housing Housing 402.991.3948 Housing Housing ise & representation
"agencies attending Project Homeless Connect"