Cox, Connect2Complete

Connect2Compete (C2C) is a national non-profit program working to bring digital opportunity to 100M unconnected Americans through low-cost                                   Internet service and free digital training.

Family First

Family First is a non-profit organization on a mission to provide parenting, marriage and relational truth that helps people love their family well and gives them greater hope for the future.

Food Bank for the Heartland
Food Bank for the Heartland

The Food Bank for the Heartland is a non-profit organization that collects and distributes food to hunger-relief charities. Food Bank for the Heartland works with individuals, organizations, food manufacturers and distributors, grocery stores, the USDA and Feeding America to procure food.

Heartland Hope
Heartland Hope

Heartland Hope Mission is a faith-based organization founded to provide food and clothing and promote self-sufficiency for people in need. We focus on serving those in our community who are actively working but unable to make ends meeting for the most basic needs for their family, while fostering independence.

LIFEhouse Partnership

A new food pantry located in West Omaha – an agency partner of the Food Bank of the Heartland.


MPS Foundation
Millard Public Schools Foundation

After-School care for students who attend grades K-5 in Millard Public Schools.

Nebraska Family Helpline

Nebraska Family Helpline

The Nebraska Family Helpline is a free, confidential resource for parents who have questions regarding their child's behavior. From bullying, drugs and thoughts of suicide to sharing and obedience issues, trained counselors are standing by to help.

No Trafficking
Coalition on Human Trafficking

Realize, Recognize, and Respond - Join the fight against human trafficking in the Omaha/Council Bluffs metropolitan area. national Trafficking Hotline 1(888)373-7888

Answers 4 Families

The Nebraska Resource and Referral System

The NRRS is a statewide database created with input from Nebraska families, services providers and organizations. The NRRS provides 1-800 numbers as well as web sites and email contacts to help those in needs connect faster to the services they are seeking. 

Partnership in Caregiving
Partnerships in Caregiving

Provides services in Douglas and Sarpy counties for families of individuals with special needs across the lifespan, or are interested in community resources and partnerships that serve individuals as they age.

Project Harmony

Project Harmony is a child protection center whose mission is "to protect and support children, collaborate with professionals, and engage the community to end child abuse and neglect.

Project Wee Care

 Works, in conjunction with the Millard Business Association to provide Holiday meals, gifts, and clothing to help families in need.

Together Inc.

Provides services to those who are in a crisis and who aren’t sure where where they will live tomorrow or next month. They are available to assist individuals with their housing crisis, provide funds, get documents and do referrals to other resources.

13 Minutes

On average, someone dies by suicide in our nation every 13 minutes. Take some time to learn the warning signs, how to ask the
question or have the conversation, and where to get help when needed. Please click on the logo for more information.

Your Life Your Voice

Staffed by Boys Town Counselors who are available 24/7 and have a wide range of experiences working with kids and families who are frustrated, depressed, or just need someone to talk to.