After the Storm: Before You Sign on the Dotted Line

Please read this important information from the Nebraska Department of Insurance. It  urges consumers to be cautious when signing post-loss assignments for homeowner’s insurance claims. It is important for policyholders to recognize and understand the significance of these contracts. What is a Post-Loss Assignment? A post-loss assignment of a claim is a contract signed by…

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African Community Health Fairs

We are thrilled to extend a warm invitation to you and your organization to join us for our upcoming African Immigrant Family Health Fair events! These events are designed to address the unique healthcare needs of our African immigrant community while celebrating our rich cultural heritage. Your participation in these events will greatly contribute to…

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National Infant Immunization Week

Summer Camp

Are your Children Protected Against Preventable Diseases? Lincoln, NE – This week begins National Infant Immunization Week, a reminder to parents to check if their children are up-to-date on receiving routine vaccines protecting them against preventable diseases such as chickenpox, measles, mumps, and whooping cough. These diseases still threaten the health of children and the…

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Omaha Bridges Out of Poverty-July Class forming now!

If you or a client you are working with is interested in being notified when orientations open in July, please fill out the orientation notification using the QR code or go to the OMAbop.org  web site. Classes fill up fast and are currently limited 12 people per class.

Sarpy County Headstart is Hiring!

Sarpy County Head Start has openings for several positions. Use the QR codes to go to the application pages OR Apply for the FT Early Head Start Teacher Assistant position here. Apply for the FT Head Start Teacher Assistant position here.

Boots on the Ground 2024 Recap

On March 11, 2024, Lift Up Sarpy County met with our collaborative partners across Sarpy County to celebrate the work of the past year and to share important updates. Among these updates:  Lift Up Sarpy has a new Mission and Vision statement that better reflects our purpose and the benefits of the work we do…

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Public Hearings This Week February 12 – 16 2024

Public Hearings This Week Monday, February 12, 2024 ● Appropriations Committee ○ LB 943 – Sen. Dorn bill to appropriate funds to Regional Behavioral Health Authorities for critical needs. ○ LB 944 – Sen. Dorn bill to use Medicaid Managed Care Excess Profit Fund for behavioral health needs. ○ LB 1124 – Sen. Vargas bill…

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SENCA Weatherization Program Now Taking Applications

Program Description: Assists low-income people in improving the energy efficiency of their homes. Outcome: Energy consumption and energy costs are reduced. Low-income people live in healthier, safer homes. Type of Assistance Available: Homes are evaluated, using an energy audit, to determine the most effective energy and cost saving measures to be made. The amount of…

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Bridges Out of Poverty New Class at Lift Up Jan 2024

Bridges Out of Poverty and Lift Up Sarpy County will supply a meal & snacks for each class, pay every participant $400 for completing the class, and offer childcare.  The class is an English class and priority will be given to Sarpy citizens. If you have any questions about this upcoming class, please reach out…

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Toys for Tots 2023 Applications Open through November 30

All Communities Outreach is accepting applications for Toys for Tots 2023, now through November 30! Apply Monday-Thursday, 9:30AM-1PM and Thursdays 5PM-7PM at the office at 112 Mission Avenue in Bellevue! Newborns to children 15 years of age are eligible and proof of age is required for all children. Questions? Call (402) 257-1122.