Community Resources

Housing - Transitional

Open Door Mission - Permanent Supportive Housing

2828 North 23rd Street East - (402) 829-1545:  Apartment complex consisting of 41 two and three bedroom apartments for men, women and families who may benefit from living in a stable environment for an extended period of time. Residents can live in a supportive housing environment while working or attending school full time.   www.opendoormission.org

Open Door Mission - Rebuilding Lives Center

2020 Avenue J East - (402) 829-1545: Single room occupancy rental units for men in a permanent supportive housing setting.  Requirements: single men desiring to live in a sober living community, U.S. citizen or legal immigrant, income under $25,450 per year with ability to pay monthly rent, not a full time student.  Background check required.  Meals, utilities, furnishings, and phone line included with rent.  Call for an application appointment.  Walk-ins NOT accepted.  No referral needed.  If there are no current openings, applicants will be screened and placed on a waiting list.  www.opendoormission.org

Oxford Houses - Greater Omaha

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported, addiction recovery houses.  For vacancy information, contact the specific Oxford House directly.  www.oxfordhouse.org The following Oxford Houses are located outside of Omaha: Spring Valley Oxford House (Men Only): 7104 South 36th Street, Bellevue - (402) 614-1826, Loess Hills Oxford House (Women and Children): 200 South 1st Street, Council Bluffs - (712) 256-1954, Bayliss Park Oxford House (Men Only): 725 5th Avenue, Council Bluffs - (712) 256-3855

Oxford Houses - Omaha (Men)

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported, addiction recovery houses.  For vacancy information, contact the specific Oxford House directly.  www.oxfordhouse.org  The following Oxford Houses are for male residents:  Benson Gardens: 2538 North 75th Street - (402) 934-2018, Cook: 6017 Pacific Street - (402) 558-0551, Columbus Park: 2553 Hickory Street - (402) 884-0081, Dundee Place: 5107 Davenport Street - (402) 991-9713, E Street: 2320 E Street - (402) 738-9912, Farnam: 3817 Farnam Street - (402) 933-8671, Twin Ridge: 4219 Walnut Street - (402) 556-7003, Stockman: 4532 South 41st Street - (402) 934-7412, Keystone Trail: 701 South 75th Street - (402) 933-8275, White Lion 2: 1909 South 50th Avenue - (402) 502-9632, Maenner Manor: 9170 Charles Street - (402) 884-7185, Morton Meadows: 4201 Barker Avenue - (402) 505-5495

Oxford Houses - Omaha (Women and Children)

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported, addiction recovery houses.  For vacancy information, contact the specific Oxford House directly.  www.oxfordhouse.org The following Oxford Houses accept women and children:  Blackstone: 3562 Jones Street - (402) 932-7094, Castelar: 2315 South 14th Street - (402) 614-1809, Lake Castle: 7218 Lake Street - (402) 991-3315, South Pointe: 3703 U Street - (402) 614-6182, Rosenblatt: 4231 South 12th Street - (402) 995-1087, Poppleton: 2711 Poppleton Street - (402) 715-5784

Oxford Houses - Omaha (Women)

Oxford Houses are self-run, self-supported, addiction recovery houses.  For vacancy information, contact the specific Oxford House directly.  www.oxfordhouse.org The following Oxford Houses accept female residents without children:  Elmwood: 5104 Pacific Street - (402) 553-4283, Meadow View: 2206 North 99th Street - (402) 502-6955, Embassy Park: 8909 Burt Street - (402) 934-5235, Spring Lake: 4020 South 23rd Street - (402) 932-1579

Restored Hope

2316 Howard Street - 345-7306:  Faith based transitional living facility for single mothers. Provides help to homeless and at-risk women to become stable, productive, spiritually grounded individuals with a renewed sense of self-worth and a positive outlook on their future. The program lasts one year and includes spiritual development, personal development, common sense parenting, mentoring, and life skills education. http://restoredhopeomaha.org

Salvation Army 37th Street Residential Readiness Program

3612 Cuming Street - (402) 898-7521: Provides short-term (24) weeks transitional housing and readiness classes for homeless individuals, married couples, and one to two parent families.  They will receive furnished living accommodations, employment assistance, intensive case management, 6 months aftercare, meals, parenting classes, substance abuse and mental health screening, Readiness Life Skills Classes for 12 weeks and referrals for professional counseling.  www.givesalvationarmy.org
 

Salvation Army Scattered Site/Harrington Homes

(402) 898-7521: Provides an 18-month transitional housing program that helps families and individuals reintegrate back into the community by providing housing, support services and assistance with obtaining affordable and safe permanent housing upon departure of the program. www.givesalvationarmy.org
 

Salvation Army Transitional Housing Residential Units (THRU)

3612 Cuming Street - (402) 898-7521: 12-month transitional housing program that helps families and individuals reintegrate back into the community by providing housing, support services and assistance with obtaining affordable and safe permanent housing upon departure from the program. www.givesalvationarmy.org

Santa Monica House

130 North 39th Street - (402) 558-7088: Santa Monica House offers a residential program including individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, life skills training and relapse prevention to help women cope with daily stresses without dependence on drugs or alcohol.  Santa Monica’s Halfway House Program, a six to twelve month program, and Intermediate Residential Program, which is a twelve to twenty-four month program, offers care to women age 19 and over for up to two years. Residents must be willing to learn new methods of problem-solving and must abstain from mood-altering chemicals during their entire stay.   www.santamonicahouse.org

Stephen Center Transitional Living Program

2723 Q Street - (402) 731-0238: Independent housing opportunities for individuals who have successfully completed a drug and alcohol treatment program.  www.stephencenter.org

The A.R.C.H. Halfway House

604 South 37th Street - (402) 346-8898: The A.R.C.H. provides transitional living services to men age 18 and older who are recovering from addiction.  Consideration for admission required at least 72 hours of continuous sobriety. The living environment at the A.R.C.H. house is highly structured.  Residents are expected to pay room and board and maintain full-time employment.  Required programming may include individual and group counseling, AA meetings, GED classes, budgeting, and time management classes.  www.archhalfwayhouse.org

Immigrant and Refugee Services

Latino Center of the Midlands

4821 South 24th Street - (402) 733-2720: Provides assistance with legal and immigration forms, consultation and referral with licensed lawyers, legal and immigration technical support, U.S. citizenship exam preparation classes, income tax assistance, educational workshops, coordination of resources, and referrals to community programs and services for member of Omaha's Hispanic community.  www.latinocenterofthemidlands.org

Mexican Consulate

7444 Farnam Street - 402-595-1841 or 402-595-1862

Southern Sudan Community Association

3610 Dodge Street Suite 100 - 554-0759:  Assistance and support for refugees from any country. Services and programs include resettlement and placement, case management, cultural orientation, ESL, interpretation services, legal assistance, money management and budgeting, employment assistance, transportation training and driver education. www.sscaomaha.info

Identification

Douglas County Health Department - Birth and Death Certificates

1819 Farnam - 444-7204:  Birth and death certificates of individuals born in Douglas County. $12 for birth certificates, $11 for death certificates. www.douglascountyhealth.com

Together, Inc.

812 South 24th Street - (402) 345-8047: Together issues vouchers for state identification cards and certified birth certificates needed for employment, housing, banking, school, and benefits.  Lists of the documentation needed to receive identification assistance are available at www.togetheromaha.org

Legal Assistance

Concord Mediation Center

4225 North 90th Street - (402) 345-1131: Mediation for families in conflict over issues related to children.  Services offered on sliding scale fee basis.  www.concordmediationcenter.com

Creighton University - Milton R. Abrahams Legal Clinic

2500 California Plaza - (402) 280-3068:  Free legal assistance on civil matters for low income residents of Douglas County. Civil matters may include child support and child custody, divorce, wills and trusts, and landlord/tenant issues. www.creighton.edu/law/clinics

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