Your Legacy.
Their Opportunity.

Enhancing opportunities by seeking and securing resources for projects, scholarships and programs.

Access digital copies of our district flyers.

Improving school-to-home communication by distribute school flyers directly to families digitally.

Community Resources


This page is filled with resources GIPS families can rely on for support in a number of areas. There are a number of partners, agencies and local organizations offering a wide variety of assistance, some - not all - for free or low cost. 

To see a calendar of events from these and other local resources, visit our calendar page.

CATEGORIES

If you would like your organization listed, please contact Lisa D. Soto at (308) 385-5900 or ParentU@gips.org.

Housing assistance 

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Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership
Housing/Veteran Services
308-385-5500
Financial and Emergency Assistance (housing), Case Management, Financial and Personal Counseling. They also offer services for Veterans and disabled Veterans, SOAR Program-to assist with signing up for SSI benefits and SNAP Assistance-This program will assist with helping an individual to sign up for SNAP(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits.

Hall County Housing Authority
Income Based Housing
www.hcha.net | 308-385-5530
The Hall County Housing Authority manages and operates federally subsidized public housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs to provide residents affordable housing.

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

 

Homeless assistance

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Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

Hope Harbor
Homeless Shelter
www.hopeharborgi.org | 308-385-5190
Hope Harbor provides services to needy and displaced homeless, near homeless families, women and children. They assist with safe shelter, meals and supportive case management, with a goal of obtaining permanent housing.

 

Food assistance

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Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
Food Program
http://www.blsachurch.net/outreach___hospitality | 308-384-0532
The second Sunday of each month, parishioners bring food items for the Parish Food Pantry. These items are then donated to families in need.

Central District Health Dept./WIC
Women, Infant and Children
www.cdhd.ne.gov/wic-women-infant-a-children | 308-385-5188
WIC is a supplemental food and nutrition education program for women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or up to 6 month post-partum, infants and children up to age of five. Women, infant and children on the program receive nutrition and health counseling, education, breastfeeding support, referrals to other service agencies and nutritious foods such as iron, low sugar cereals, juice, milk, eggs, cheese and infant formulas.

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

Salvation Army
Food/Shelter
www.centralusa.salvationarmy.org/western/grandisland | 308-382-4855
Community Food Pantry: Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., 1-5 p.m.; Thurs., 9 a.m.-noon.
Hot Meal Program: Mon.- Fri., lunch: noon-1 p.m.; dinner: 5-6 p.m.
Sunday evening meal provided by Project Hunger: 5 p.m.
Our services include a Food Pantry, Daily Meal program and a year round Men's Emergency as well as church programming which includes youth character building programs, Men and Women's Bible studies, fellowship and prayer groups as well as English and Spanish Worship services.

Saint Mary's Cathedral
Food Program
www.stmarysgi.com/parish_outreach | 308-384-2523
The Food Pantry Hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 1-4 p.m. One bag of non-perishables per month is given per address. Photo ID is required.

The Spirit of Life Church
Food Program
2304 Macron Street, Grand Island, NE | 308-384-4981
The last Friday of every month from 10:00-4:00, there is a mobile pantry to help meet family's needs. No mobile food pantry on Thanksgiving or Christmas. Bring a box or basket to assist with carrying food.

 

Transportation assistance

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Hall County Public Transportation

Public Transportation
308-385-5324
Public Transportation available to individuals 18 years and older-and minors accompanied by a parent or guardian. Minimal fare when using this service.

 

Clothing assistance

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Grand Island Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Clothing
website | 402-371-9563
Free clothing giveaway for the whole family. Clothing giveaway generally takes place on the last Sunday of the month (check the calendar for changes and/or cancellations). Contact Kris Comer at (402) 886-2550 or Vickie Esau at (308) 336-3210 for other arrangements or needs regarding this ministry.

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

 

Health services

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Central District Health Department
Immunizations
www.cdhd.ne.gov | 308-385-5175
Central District Health Department offers immunization clinics for both children and adults. Information about diseases and conditions, as well as information for individuals planning a trip to a foreign country. If a child qualifies for the Vaccine for Children Grant, a donation of $13-$20 per child, per visit is required. (No child will be turned away for inability to pay.)

Heartland Health Center
Medical/Dental Services
www.heartlandhealthcenter.org | 308-382-4297
Heartland Health Center empowers low income, underinsured and uninsured individuals to receive affordable and effective wellness solutions. Heartland Health offers an array of affordable and low-cost services both medical and dental services-to adults and children.

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Child Care assistance, SNAP and Medicaid
www.dhhs.ne.gov | 308-385-6123
DHHS assists with programs such as: child care assistance, emergency assistance program, supplemental nutrition assistance program (snap) and Medicaid.

Third City Community Clinic
Health/Dental Services
www.thirdcityclinic.com | 308-398-5312
The Third City Community Clinic will serve low income individuals who are not able to pay for necessary medical and dental care and medications. A five dollar donation will be requested. However, no individual will be turned away due to an inability to make a donation. Individuals who are eligible for commercial health insurance, Veterans benefits, Medicaid or Medicare are not eligible for services. Third City Community Clinics does not provide Workmen's Compensation or Disability Examinations.

 

Veterans assistance

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Central District Health Department
Vet Set/Veterans Assistance Program
Colette Evans | www.cdhd.ne.gov | 308-385-5175 ext. 170
The VetSet Program helps veterans, service members and their families connect to and access resources within their communities.

Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership
Housing/Veteran Services
308-385-5500
Financial and Emergency Assistance (housing), Case Management, Financial and Personal Counseling. They also offer services for Veterans and disabled Veterans, SOAR Program-to assist with signing up for SSI benefits and SNAP Assistance-This program will assist with helping an individual to sign up for SNAP(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits.

 

Addiction support

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Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions
Addiction support for Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco
www.cncaa.net | 308-385-5520
Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions Mission Is: Offering hope and changing lives by fostering healthy lifestyles. Preventing addiction. Sharing resources. Supporting recovery. They offer services and groups for adults and children.

 

Childcare

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Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Child Care assistance, SNAP and Medicaid
www.dhhs.ne.gov | 308-385-6123
DHHS assists with programs such as: child care assistance, emergency assistance program, supplemental nutrition assistance program (snap) and Medicaid.

YWCA
Fitness, Childcare and Parenting Classes
www.ywca-gi.org | 308-384-9922
YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women, families and communities. The YWCA also offers fitness classes, childcare and parenting classes.

 

Education services

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CCC Adult Education
GED Classes/ESL Classes
www.cccneb.edu/adulteducation/ | 308-398-7432
Adult Education is located at the Central Community College campus in Grand Island. They offer Adult Basic Education, English Language Acquisition for people who want to learn to speak, read, write English. Citizenships Classes and GED Classes-for people who want to earn a Nebraska high school diploma. $20 dollar fee to be paid prior to orientation-in order to start classes.

Central Community College
College and Career
Erin Lesiak, Admissions Director or Maria Lopez, Diversity Coordinator
www.cccneb.edu | 308-398-4222
Central Community College offers 22 career educations programs and transfer courses in 18 areas for students who want to transfer to a four-year college or university after completing their associate degree at CCC.

Education Quest
College Services
www.EducationQuest.org
Nonprofit organization that provides Free services to help Nebraska students make college possible.

Grand Island Public Library
Literacy
www.grand-island.com/your-government/library | 308-385-5333
Grand Island Public Library offers an array of Free services and resources such as baby and child Storytime, summer reading programs for kids and teens, outreach programs, technology and internet and access to thousands of newspapers from across the U.S. and the world, online.

Literacy Council of Grand Island
English/Literacy/Citizenship Materials
www.giliteracy.org | 308-385-5515
Literacy Council is a non-profit whose mission is to teach literacy skills free of charge. FreeE one-on-one tutoring, or language labs and/or weekly group classes. Literacy Council also offers GED and Citizenship class materials. Coming Soon: English as a Second Language evening classes.

 

Parenting classes

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YWCA
Fitness, Childcare and Parenting Classes
www.ywca-gi.org | 308-384-9922
YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women, families and communities. The YWCA also offers fitness classes, childcare and parenting classes.

 

Domestic violence/sexual assault

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Crisis Center
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault
www.gicrisis.com | 308-381-0555
The Crisis Center provides 24 hour emergency and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. They offer an array of services such as safe shelter, advocacy and assistance in court.

 

Immigration services

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Multicultural Coalition
Newcomers, assistance with forms and referrals to other agencies
www.mcofgi.org | 308-385-5242
The Multicultural Coalition assists individuals such as newcomers, who need assistance with filing out forms, information and referrals to other agencies.

Literacy Council of Grand Island
English/Literacy/Citizenship Materials
www.giliteracy.org | 308-385-5515
Literacy Council is a non-profit whose mission is to teach literacy skills free of charge. FreeE one-on-one tutoring, or language labs and/or weekly group classes. Literacy Council also offers GED and Citizenship class materials. Coming Soon: English as a Second Language evening classes.

Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc.
Immigration Services
www.lfsneb.org/service-type/community-services/ | 308-382-4255
LFS case workers are knowledgeable and skilled in case management, advocacy, cultural orientation, education, immigration legal services, employment and job readiness training.

Saint Mary's Cathedral
Immigration Program
www.stmarysgi.com/immigration_program | 308-381-2855
Saint Mary's Immigration Program helps prepare and process immigration paperwork for significantly less cost than a private attorney. St. Mary's Cathedral is proud to provide these services to all immigrants and to help create good citizens and workers for the United States of America.

 

Fitness

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YWCA
Fitness, Childcare and Parenting Classes
www.ywca-gi.org | 308-384-9922
YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women, families and communities. The YWCA also offers fitness classes, childcare and parenting classes.

Media Inquiries
Jennifer Worthington, Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 Ext. 1124
Your Legacy.
Their Opportunity.

Enhancing opportunities by seeking and securing resources for projects, scholarships and programs.

Access digital copies of our district flyers.

Improving school-to-home communication by distribute school flyers directly to families digitally.

Community Resources


This page is filled with resources GIPS families can rely on for support in a number of areas. There are a number of partners, agencies and local organizations offering a wide variety of assistance, some - not all - for free or low cost. 

To see a calendar of events from these and other local resources, visit our calendar page.

CATEGORIES

If you would like your organization listed, please contact Lisa D. Soto at (308) 385-5900 or ParentU@gips.org.

Housing assistance 

BACK TO INDEX

Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership
Housing/Veteran Services
308-385-5500
Financial and Emergency Assistance (housing), Case Management, Financial and Personal Counseling. They also offer services for Veterans and disabled Veterans, SOAR Program-to assist with signing up for SSI benefits and SNAP Assistance-This program will assist with helping an individual to sign up for SNAP(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits.

Hall County Housing Authority
Income Based Housing
www.hcha.net | 308-385-5530
The Hall County Housing Authority manages and operates federally subsidized public housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs to provide residents affordable housing.

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

 

Homeless assistance

BACK TO INDEX

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

Hope Harbor
Homeless Shelter
www.hopeharborgi.org | 308-385-5190
Hope Harbor provides services to needy and displaced homeless, near homeless families, women and children. They assist with safe shelter, meals and supportive case management, with a goal of obtaining permanent housing.

 

Food assistance

BACK TO INDEX

Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
Food Program
http://www.blsachurch.net/outreach___hospitality | 308-384-0532
The second Sunday of each month, parishioners bring food items for the Parish Food Pantry. These items are then donated to families in need.

Central District Health Dept./WIC
Women, Infant and Children
www.cdhd.ne.gov/wic-women-infant-a-children | 308-385-5188
WIC is a supplemental food and nutrition education program for women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or up to 6 month post-partum, infants and children up to age of five. Women, infant and children on the program receive nutrition and health counseling, education, breastfeeding support, referrals to other service agencies and nutritious foods such as iron, low sugar cereals, juice, milk, eggs, cheese and infant formulas.

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

Salvation Army
Food/Shelter
www.centralusa.salvationarmy.org/western/grandisland | 308-382-4855
Community Food Pantry: Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., 1-5 p.m.; Thurs., 9 a.m.-noon.
Hot Meal Program: Mon.- Fri., lunch: noon-1 p.m.; dinner: 5-6 p.m.
Sunday evening meal provided by Project Hunger: 5 p.m.
Our services include a Food Pantry, Daily Meal program and a year round Men's Emergency as well as church programming which includes youth character building programs, Men and Women's Bible studies, fellowship and prayer groups as well as English and Spanish Worship services.

Saint Mary's Cathedral
Food Program
www.stmarysgi.com/parish_outreach | 308-384-2523
The Food Pantry Hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 1-4 p.m. One bag of non-perishables per month is given per address. Photo ID is required.

The Spirit of Life Church
Food Program
2304 Macron Street, Grand Island, NE | 308-384-4981
The last Friday of every month from 10:00-4:00, there is a mobile pantry to help meet family's needs. No mobile food pantry on Thanksgiving or Christmas. Bring a box or basket to assist with carrying food.

 

Transportation assistance

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Hall County Public Transportation

Public Transportation
308-385-5324
Public Transportation available to individuals 18 years and older-and minors accompanied by a parent or guardian. Minimal fare when using this service.

 

Clothing assistance

BACK TO INDEX

Grand Island Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Clothing
website | 402-371-9563
Free clothing giveaway for the whole family. Clothing giveaway generally takes place on the last Sunday of the month (check the calendar for changes and/or cancellations). Contact Kris Comer at (402) 886-2550 or Vickie Esau at (308) 336-3210 for other arrangements or needs regarding this ministry.

Heartland United Way
Rent, Clothing, Food and Shelter
www.heartlandunitedway.org | 308-382-2675
2-1-1 is a Free service that refers callers to non-emergency services such as: Rent Assistance, Clothing, Counseling, Food Pantries, Senior/Aging Programs, Shelters and Transportation. Heartland United Way is a local community impact and fundraising organization that aims to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties. Heartland United Way achieves its mission through advocacy, leadership and support for non-profit organizations that help individuals and families gain access to educational, economic and health opportunities.

 

Health services

BACK TO INDEX

Central District Health Department
Immunizations
www.cdhd.ne.gov | 308-385-5175
Central District Health Department offers immunization clinics for both children and adults. Information about diseases and conditions, as well as information for individuals planning a trip to a foreign country. If a child qualifies for the Vaccine for Children Grant, a donation of $13-$20 per child, per visit is required. (No child will be turned away for inability to pay.)

Heartland Health Center
Medical/Dental Services
www.heartlandhealthcenter.org | 308-382-4297
Heartland Health Center empowers low income, underinsured and uninsured individuals to receive affordable and effective wellness solutions. Heartland Health offers an array of affordable and low-cost services both medical and dental services-to adults and children.

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Child Care assistance, SNAP and Medicaid
www.dhhs.ne.gov | 308-385-6123
DHHS assists with programs such as: child care assistance, emergency assistance program, supplemental nutrition assistance program (snap) and Medicaid.

Third City Community Clinic
Health/Dental Services
www.thirdcityclinic.com | 308-398-5312
The Third City Community Clinic will serve low income individuals who are not able to pay for necessary medical and dental care and medications. A five dollar donation will be requested. However, no individual will be turned away due to an inability to make a donation. Individuals who are eligible for commercial health insurance, Veterans benefits, Medicaid or Medicare are not eligible for services. Third City Community Clinics does not provide Workmen's Compensation or Disability Examinations.

 

Veterans assistance

BACK TO INDEX

Central District Health Department
Vet Set/Veterans Assistance Program
Colette Evans | www.cdhd.ne.gov | 308-385-5175 ext. 170
The VetSet Program helps veterans, service members and their families connect to and access resources within their communities.

Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership
Housing/Veteran Services
308-385-5500
Financial and Emergency Assistance (housing), Case Management, Financial and Personal Counseling. They also offer services for Veterans and disabled Veterans, SOAR Program-to assist with signing up for SSI benefits and SNAP Assistance-This program will assist with helping an individual to sign up for SNAP(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits.

 

Addiction support

BACK TO INDEX

Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions
Addiction support for Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco
www.cncaa.net | 308-385-5520
Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions Mission Is: Offering hope and changing lives by fostering healthy lifestyles. Preventing addiction. Sharing resources. Supporting recovery. They offer services and groups for adults and children.

 

Childcare

BACK TO INDEX

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Child Care assistance, SNAP and Medicaid
www.dhhs.ne.gov | 308-385-6123
DHHS assists with programs such as: child care assistance, emergency assistance program, supplemental nutrition assistance program (snap) and Medicaid.

YWCA
Fitness, Childcare and Parenting Classes
www.ywca-gi.org | 308-384-9922
YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women, families and communities. The YWCA also offers fitness classes, childcare and parenting classes.

 

Education services

BACK TO INDEX

CCC Adult Education
GED Classes/ESL Classes
www.cccneb.edu/adulteducation/ | 308-398-7432
Adult Education is located at the Central Community College campus in Grand Island. They offer Adult Basic Education, English Language Acquisition for people who want to learn to speak, read, write English. Citizenships Classes and GED Classes-for people who want to earn a Nebraska high school diploma. $20 dollar fee to be paid prior to orientation-in order to start classes.

Central Community College
College and Career
Erin Lesiak, Admissions Director or Maria Lopez, Diversity Coordinator
www.cccneb.edu | 308-398-4222
Central Community College offers 22 career educations programs and transfer courses in 18 areas for students who want to transfer to a four-year college or university after completing their associate degree at CCC.

Education Quest
College Services
www.EducationQuest.org
Nonprofit organization that provides Free services to help Nebraska students make college possible.

Grand Island Public Library
Literacy
www.grand-island.com/your-government/library | 308-385-5333
Grand Island Public Library offers an array of Free services and resources such as baby and child Storytime, summer reading programs for kids and teens, outreach programs, technology and internet and access to thousands of newspapers from across the U.S. and the world, online.

Literacy Council of Grand Island
English/Literacy/Citizenship Materials
www.giliteracy.org | 308-385-5515
Literacy Council is a non-profit whose mission is to teach literacy skills free of charge. FreeE one-on-one tutoring, or language labs and/or weekly group classes. Literacy Council also offers GED and Citizenship class materials. Coming Soon: English as a Second Language evening classes.

 

Parenting classes

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YWCA
Fitness, Childcare and Parenting Classes
www.ywca-gi.org | 308-384-9922
YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women, families and communities. The YWCA also offers fitness classes, childcare and parenting classes.

 

Domestic violence/sexual assault

BACK TO INDEX

Crisis Center
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault
www.gicrisis.com | 308-381-0555
The Crisis Center provides 24 hour emergency and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. They offer an array of services such as safe shelter, advocacy and assistance in court.

 

Immigration services

BACK TO INDEX

Multicultural Coalition
Newcomers, assistance with forms and referrals to other agencies
www.mcofgi.org | 308-385-5242
The Multicultural Coalition assists individuals such as newcomers, who need assistance with filing out forms, information and referrals to other agencies.

Literacy Council of Grand Island
English/Literacy/Citizenship Materials
www.giliteracy.org | 308-385-5515
Literacy Council is a non-profit whose mission is to teach literacy skills free of charge. FreeE one-on-one tutoring, or language labs and/or weekly group classes. Literacy Council also offers GED and Citizenship class materials. Coming Soon: English as a Second Language evening classes.

Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc.
Immigration Services
www.lfsneb.org/service-type/community-services/ | 308-382-4255
LFS case workers are knowledgeable and skilled in case management, advocacy, cultural orientation, education, immigration legal services, employment and job readiness training.

Saint Mary's Cathedral
Immigration Program
www.stmarysgi.com/immigration_program | 308-381-2855
Saint Mary's Immigration Program helps prepare and process immigration paperwork for significantly less cost than a private attorney. St. Mary's Cathedral is proud to provide these services to all immigrants and to help create good citizens and workers for the United States of America.

 

Fitness

BACK TO INDEX

YWCA
Fitness, Childcare and Parenting Classes
www.ywca-gi.org | 308-384-9922
YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women, families and communities. The YWCA also offers fitness classes, childcare and parenting classes.

Media Inquiries
Jennifer Worthington, Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 Ext. 1124
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