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Covid-19

Comprehensive Resources

Computers/Internet

  • UNL Financial Aid help

    If you do not have a personal computer so that you can study remotely, or a WiFi hotspot, you may request an increase in your cost of attendance (COA) for the cost of the computer or other hardware necessary to study remotely. Increasing your COA permits the option of additional loans or other types of aid to cover such cost. A cost estimate or a copy of the purchase receipt can be submitted for review. To begin the review process to request an increase in your cost of attendance (COA), contact Husker Hub at huskerhub@unl.edu or by phone at 402-472-2030.

    More Info: https://financialaid.unl.edu/covid-19-resources

  • Computer lab & laptop checkout

    Students can use multiple computer labs across campus and can also short-term check out laptops and iPads.

    More info on computer labs: https://its.unl.edu/services/computer-labs/

    More info on laptop checkout: https://its.unl.edu/services/equipment-checkout/

  • Wi-Fi access available on campus for remote learning

    UNL students seeking Wi-Fi access to engage in remote have on-campus options, including limited indoor spaces and multiple outdoor spaces on campus.

    More Info: https://covid19.unl.edu/docs/UNL-wifi-spillover.pdf

  • The Emergency Broadband Benefit

    The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help households struggling to pay for internet service during the pandemic. This benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, and virtual classrooms. The Emergency Broadband Benefit will provide a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on Tribal lands. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers if they contribute $10-$50 toward the purchase price. The Emergency Broadband Benefit is limited to one monthly service discount and one device discount per household.

    Eligiblity for the Emergency Broadband Benefit (meet one of the following):

    • Qualifies for the Lifeline program
    • Receives benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program or the school breakfast program, including through the USDA Community Eligibility Provision, or did so in the 2019-2020 school year
    • Received a Federal Pell Grant during the current award year
    • Experienced a substantial loss of income since February 29, 2020 and the household had a total income in 2020 below $99,000 for single filers and $198,000 for joint filers
    • Meets the eligibility criteria for a participating providers' existing low-income or COVID-19 program

    For more information on how to sign up for this benefit, visit www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit

University of Nebraska Emergency Assistance Fund

Food

Financial Aid/Student Loans

  • UNL Financial Aid Help

    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will make every effort to mitigate financial burdens created by COVID-19. Students who have experienced or whose families have experienced changes in financial circumstances should contact Husker Hub and request a re-evaluation of your financial aid application. Each circumstance is unique and each student's situation will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis regarding our ability to meet emergency needs with additional or emergency aid.
    More info: https://financialaid.unl.edu/covid-19-resources

  • Federal Student Loans

    This page has more information on the waived interest and delayed payments for federal student loan borrowers.

    More details: https://studentaid.gov/announcements-events/coronavirus

Scams

University resources for students

Services and hours may have changed due to Covid-19. Contact each service to verify hours and availability.

Career Help

Career Services
Phone: (402) 472-3145
Cost: Free
Website: https://careers.unl.edu/resources/20449/

Clothing

Career Closet
Services: The Career Closet provides 3 free clean, gently used professional dress items for College of Business majors to allow them to put their best foot forward at career fairs and job interviews.
Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 11am-2pm
Phone: (402) 472-3371
Cost: Free
Address: Room 102 Hawks Hall
Website: https://business.unl.edu/promo/career-closet/

Lavender Closet- Will reopen in September 2021
Services: The Lavender Closet Clothing Exchange seeks to provide all UNL students with free and discreet access to identity affirming clothing and accessories.
Hours: Monday thru Friday 10am-5pm
Phone: (402) 472-1752
Cost: Free
Address: Room 347 Nebraska Union
Website: https://lgbtqa.unl.edu/lavender-closet

Counseling

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm for services, 24/7 for mental health crisis
Phone: (402) 472-7450
Cost: Most counseling services are completely covered by student fees. This includes individual counseling, support groups, therapy groups, etc. Nebraska Medicine offers financial assistance for students. Learn more here
Address: In the Health Center- 550 N. 19th St.
Website: https://caps.unl.edu/

Couple and Family Clinic
Services: Psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families
Hours: Monday-Friday, by appointment only
Phone: (402) 472-5035
Cost: $10/session for UNL students, unlimited sessions
Address: On East Campus: 35th St. and East Campus Loop
Website: http://cehs.unl.edu/cfc/

Transportation Assistance

475-RIDE
Services: 475-RIDE is a service funded by student fees that provides students with a free, safe ride home in the event that they’ve exhausted all other options. The service is available from 9:00pm to 4:00am, but not during University vacations or closings.
Hours: 9 pm to 4 am
Phone: Call 475-RIDE for a ride home
Cost: Free
Website: https://asun.unl.edu/services

Campus Bus Program
Services: Bus routes to many UNL stops and around Lincoln
Hours: See website for specific route information
Phone: See website for UNL Parking & Transit Services & StarTran contact info
Cost: Free; all students receive a free bus pass for the year
Website: http://parking.unl.edu/campus-bus-service

Legal Assistance

Student Legal Services
Services: Help with eviction, looking over leases, and more.
Hours: By appointment only: 9 am to 5 pm, Monday-Friday
Phone: (402) 472-3350
Cost: Free
Address: 335 Nebraska Union
Website: http://asun.unl.edu/student-legal-services

Health Care

University Health Center Dental Services
Services: See website
Hours: By appointment only: Monday thru Thursday 7:30am-5pm, Friday 7:30am-12pm
Phone: (402) 472-7495
Cost: Depends on the service
Address: In the Health Center- 550 N. 19th St.
Website: https://health.unl.edu/dental

University Health Center Primary Care Services
Services:

  • Five office/outpatient visits per academic year (Does not include immunizations, laboratory services, medical procedures, preventative exams, prescriptions, psychiatric visits, routine physicals or X-rays)
  • Sports physicals for club sports
  • Annual flu shots (all students eligible)

Hours: By appointment only: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am-12:30pm
Phone: (402) 472-5000
Cost: Above services are covered by student fees
Address: In the Health Center- 550 N. 19th St.
Website: https://health.unl.edu/primary-care

University Health Center Pharmacy
Services: See website
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm
Phone: (402) 472-7457
Cost: Varies by prescription. Most over-the-counter items are under $5. Free 24-hour doses of acetaminophen, antacid and ibuprofen available during business hours.
Address: In the Health Center- 550 N. 19th St.
Website: http://health.unl.edu/pharmacy

STI Testing
Phone: (402) 472-5000
Cost: Doctor-ordered chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV tests are offered at no additional cost to students who have paid their UPFF (student fees). For pricing information regarding testing for other STIs, please call the health center billing office at 402-472-7435 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Address: In the Health Center- 550 N. 19th St.
Website: https://health.unl.edu/sexually-transmitted-infection-testing

Safer Sex Kits
Services: Safer sex kits include 3 latex condoms and one packet of lube. Flavored and latex-free kits are also available. Students can pick up safer sex kits at the following locations:

  • 3rd Floor Hallway: Outside the Women's Center
  • LGBTQA+ Center: 3rd floor Nebraska Union
  • University Health Center Medical Clinic: 2nd floor reception desk or during an appointment with your medical provider
Website: https://womens-center.unl.edu/safer-sex-resources

Money Assistance

Husker Hub
Services: Husker Hub is Nebraska's “one-stop” offering students integrated services from the offices of Scholarships and Financial Aid, University Registrar, Bursar and Student Accounts. At Husker Hub you can get assistance with class registration, transcripts, enrollment verification, student bills, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), scholarships, grants, student/parent loans, and work-study as you plan your path toward graduation.
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm
Phone: (402) 472-2030
Address: 102 Canfield
Website: http://huskerhub.unl.edu/

Student Money Management (within Big Red Resilience & Well-being)
Services: Resources and one-on-one money coaching appointments to help students with their money questions or problems
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
Phone: (402) 472-8770
Cost: Free
Address: University Health Center, Room 127
Website: https://resilience.unl.edu/money

Disability Services

Services for Students with Disabilities
Services: See website
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm
Phone: (402) 472-3787
Cost: Free
Address: 117 Pound Hall
Website: http://www.unl.edu/ssd/

Resources in the Lincoln community

Services and hours may have changed due to Covid-19. Contact each service to verify hours and availability.

Food

List of diverse grocery stores & stores with halal and kosher options
Website: https://caps.unl.edu/students-of-color

Family Resource Center
Services: Offers clothing, toys, small household items, low income bus passes, and food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 434-2621
Address: 4621 NW 48th Street
Website: https://l-housing.com/FamilyResourceCenter.html

Catholic Social Services
Services: Offers diapers, baby food/formula, personal care items, half price clothing (first week of the month only), housing for victims of domestic violence, and food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free. Must apply for food distribution one day in advance
Phone: (402) 327-6200
Address: 2241 O Street
Website: https://www.cssisus.org/

Center for People in Need
Services: Free food for low-income families and low income bus passes
Hours: Food distribution: Tuesday 1pm-2pm (1st, 3rd, and 5th Tuesday of each month; 1225 F St.), Tuesday 4pm-6pm; Thursday 12pm-1pm (2032 U St.), Thursday 3pm-4pm (3300 N 1 St.), Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 476-4357
Address: Multiple locations for food distribution
Website: https://www.cfpin.org/food-distributions

Food Bank of Lincoln
Services: Free food distributions (drive up or walk up). No questions asked.
Distribution schedule varies: https://www.lincolnfoodbank.org/get-food/food-distribution-schedule/

FoodNet
Services: Food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 416-6197
Address: Multiple locations for food distribution
Website: http://foodnetlincoln.org/index.php/foodnet-sites

Good Neighbor Community Center
Services: Perishable and non-perishable food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 477-4173
Address: 2617 Y St.
Website: https://www.gncclincoln.org

Jacob’s Well First Presbyterian Church
Services: Food distribution
See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 730-6339

Matt Talbot Kitchen
Services: Hot meals
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: 402-477-4116
Address: 2121 N. 27th St.
Website: http://www.mtko.org/

Mission Distribution Center
Services: Offers clothing, household goods, and food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 475-6888
Address: 2615 O Street

Neighborhood FOOD
Services: Food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 476-4357

Northeast Family Center
Services: Food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free. Must call for application
Phone: (402) 471-3700
Address: 4140 N. 60th Street

People’s City Mission
Services: Food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free. Need proof of income/class schedule and ID. Food distribution limited to once a week
Phone: (402) 475-6888
Address: 2615 O Street
Website: http://pcmlincoln.org

Salvation Army
Services: Utility assistance and food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free. No appointment needed
Phone: (402) 474-6263
Address: 2625 Potter Street
Website: https://www.salvationarmy.org

The Gathering Place
Services: Free hot evening meals are served and bread and fresh produce are distributed two nights a week
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 476-7398
Address: 1448 E St.
Website: http://www.communityactionatwork.org/programs/emergencyservices/meals.html

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
Services: Supplemental food program for mothers and infants
Phone: (402) 435-7968
Address: 2215 O Street

Clothing

Barnabas Free Store and Community Center
Services: Free clothing
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Phone: (402) 423-4769
Address: 931 Saunders Ave.
Website: http://sheridanlutheran.org/missions-giving/local-partners/barnabas

Capitol City Christian Church
Services: Free clothing
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 467-4458
Address: 7800 Holdrege St

Carol Yoakum Family Center
Services: Offers clothing, toys, small household items, low income bus passes, and food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 434-2621
Address: 4621 NW 48th Street
Website: https://l-housing.com/FamilyResourceCenter.html

Daisy Thrift Store (Fresh Start)
Services: Pay $10 for a bag and can stuff it with as many clothes as you can fit
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: $10
Phone: (402) 475-7777
Address: 6433 Havelock Ave

Esther’s Closet
Services: Free clothing
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 466-6736
Address: 2140 N. 60th St

Good Neighbor Community Center
Services: Clothing, accessories, and shoes
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 477-4173
Address: 2617 Y St.
Website: https://www.gncclincoln.org

Lavender Closet
Services: The Lavender Closet Clothing Exchange seeks to provide all UNL students (non-students are welcome as well with a suggested one item donation per one item taken) with free and discreet access to identity affirming clothing and accessories. Identity can refer to a lot of things, including sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural heritage, and much more.
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Phone: (402) 472-1752
Cost: Free
Address: Room 347 Nebraska Union
Website: https://lgbtqa.unl.edu/lavender-closet

Lincoln Berean Church
Services: Free clothes
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Phone: (402) 483-6512
Address: 6400 S. 70th St

Macie’s Place
Services: Clothing and shoes for $1
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: $1 each
Phone: (402) 601-1773 or (402) 440-9929
Address: 2601 N. 47th St.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Macies-Place-Family-Resource-Center-175384509163399/

Northwest Lincoln Church of Christ
Services: Free clothing and shoes
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 475-3313
Address: 3110 N. 1st St

Purple Peacock
Services: Gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, and linens for free
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 466-5238
Address: 1205 N. 45th St

St. Louise Gift and Thrift Store
Services: Low cost clothing
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Phone: (402) 474-1600
Address: 2201 O Street

YWCA Job Outfitters
Services: Interview/work-appropriate clothing
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Phone: (402) 434-3494
Address: 1111 O St., Suite 205

Counseling

Family Service
Services: Counseling, focusing on parenting and basic life skills
Phone: (402) 441-7949
Address: 501 S. 7th Street
Website: https://familyservicelincoln.org/programs/behavioral-health

Couple and Family Clinic
Services: Psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families
Cost: Sliding scale
Phone: (402) 472-5035
Address: 35th Street and East Campus Loop
Website: https://cehs.unl.edu/cfc

Community Mental Health Center
Services: Counseling
Cost: Sliding scale
Phone: (402) 441-7940
Address: 2201 S. 17th Street

Family and Youth Investment
Services: Free counseling to people under the age of 21 and previously diagnosed with a mental illness
Phone: (402) 441-4343

Lancaster County Community Mental Health Center
Services: Mental health care for adults who experience acute psychological distress or serious mental illness
Phone: (402) 442-6603
Address: 2201 S. 16th Street

Lutheran Family Services
Services: Individual, family, and marital counseling
Cost: Sliding scale
Phone: (402) 435-2909

Samaritan Counseling Center
Services: Individual, couple, and family therapy
Cost: Sliding scale; Accepts Medicaid
Phone: (402) 483-5117
Address: 8650 Pioneers Blvd

UNL Psychological Consultation Center
Services: Counseling
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: First session $10, additional sessions $25
Phone: (402) 472-2351
Address: 325 Burnett Hall
Website

Bryan Mental Health Services
Services: 24/7 mental health emergency department to determine if hospitalization is necessary; offer outpatient services
Phone: (402) 481-5991
Address: 2300 S. 16th Street
Website

CenterPointe
Services: Outpatient counseling
Cost: Sliding scale; Accept Medicaid; Free walk-in screening for mental health and addiction
Phone: (402) 475-5161
Address: 1000 S. 13th Street

Diapers/Baby Items

Good Neighbor Community Center
Services: Diapers and layettes
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 477-4173
Address: 2617 Y St.
Website: https://www.gncclincoln.org

Domestic Violence

Friendship Home
Services: Shelter for abused women and children; Offer food, clothing and other basic needs
Phone: (402) 437-9302

Voices of Hope
Services: Offers 24 hour crisis line, victim advocacy, safety planning, crisis counseling, support groups, and legal advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 476-2110
Address: 2545 N. Street
Website: https://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org

Health Care

Clinic with a Heart
Services: Free walk-in healthcare clinic (no appointments)
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 421-2924
Address: 1701 S. 17th St., lower level
Website: http://clinicwithaheart.org

People’s Quick Care
Services: Urgent care center
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Accept Medicaid and Medicare
Address: 2246 O Street

Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department
Services: Dental care for low income families
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Phone: (402) 441-8015
Address: 3140 N Street
Website: http://lincoln.ne.gov/city/health

Planned Parenthood
Services: STD testing, men’s health care, morning-after pill, pregnancy testing, women’s health care, birth control
Phone: (402) 811-7526
Address: 5631 S. 48th St., Suite 100

Family Health Services, Inc.
Services: Birth control, pregnancy testing, STD testing, annual examinations
Cost: Sliding scale if no insurance
Phone: (402) 446-1012
Address: 630 N. Cotner Blvd. Suite 204

Birthright
Services: Free pregnancy tests, maternity and baby clothes
Phone: (402) 466-2609
Address: 5625 O Street

Pregnancy Center
Services: Free pregnancy test and ultrasounds
Phone: (402) 483-4247
Address: 111 Piazza Terrace

Nebraska Urban Indian Medical Center
Services: Primary health care for uninsured regardless of race/religion
Phone: (402) 434-7177
Address: 2231 Fairfield St.
Website: http://nuihc.com

People’s City Mission Medical Clinic
Services: Medical, dental, optical, and behavioral health services to low-income, uninsured individuals
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Income must be at or below 200% the poverty level. Must make an appointment beforehand.
Phone: (402) 817-0980
Address: 110 Q Street

Coast2Coast Rx Card
Services: Reduced prescription prices for uninsured or underinsured
Address: 3901 N. 27th St.
Website: http://www. coast2coastrx.com/counties/ne/lancaster

Housing Assistance

All Doors Lead Home Coordinated Entry System
Services: The All Doors Lead Home Coordinated Entry System is Nebraska’s Balance of State and the City of Lincoln’s approach to organizing and providing housing services for people experiencing homelessness.
Website: https://ccfl.unl.edu/community-services-management/coordinated-entry

CEDARS Bridges Transitional Living Program
Services: Community-based apartment living for 16 to 21-year-olds who are homeless or out of child welfare system
Phone: (402) 436-5437
Address: 6601 Pioneers Blvd

City of Lincoln Housing Authority
Services: Federally subsidized housing for low-income families
Phone: (402) 434-5500
Address: 5700 R St.
Website: http://www.l-housing.com

Community Action Emergency Services Program
Services: Emergency financial assistance with past-due rent and utility bills, as well as security deposit assistance for those who are transitioning out of homelessness
Hours: 8 am to 5 pm
Cost: Free. Households must complete an application over the phone or in person to be eligible.
Phone: (402) 471-4515
Address: 210 O Street
Website: http://www.communityactionatwork.org/programs/emergencyservices/rentutilitydepositassistance.html

Community Action's Supportive Housing program
Services: A two-year transitional housing program that provides intensive, in-home and group-based case management to homeless pregnant women or homeless people with children
Hours: 8 am to 5 pm
Phone: (402) 471-4515
Address: 210 O Street
Website: http://www.communityactionatwork.org/programs/homelessness/housing/

Fresh Start Home
Services: Transitional living for women 19 and older without children
Phone: (402) 475-7777
Address: 6433 Havelock Avenue
Website: http://freshstarthome.org

Good Neighbor Community Center
Services: Good Neighbor Community Center helps with individuals with eviction notices and those in need of assistance with utility shut off notices. They encourage individuals to look for assistance from other agencies because the amount they have to give out is very limited each given month.
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 477-4173
Address: 2617 Y St.
Website: https://www.gncclincoln.org

Lincoln Action Program Housing Development Corporation
Services: Affordable low-income rental housing
Website: http://www.communityactionatwork.org/programs/housing/affordable.html

Mercy Neighborhood Network Center
Services: Affordable housing for individuals/families of low to moderate income
Phone: (402) 477-3512
Address: 2200 West Q St. #8

Matt Talbot Kitchen
Services: The Landlord Liaison Project (LLP) forms partnerships between landlords/property managers, consumers, and case managers to address the critical need of finding affordable housing for the homeless in Lincoln.
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am to 6:30pm Closed: Thursday 1 to 5pm
Cost: Free
Phone: 402-477-4116 (ext. 104)
Address: 2121 N. 27th St.
Website: http://www.mtko.org/

Legal Assistance

Civil Clinical Law Program
Services: Free legal services to low-income individuals
Phone: (402) 472-3271
Address: 172 Welpton Court Room (42nd and Fair St.)

Money Assistance

Consumer Credit Counseling Center
Services: Free budget planning, small fee for financial counseling
Phone: (402) 484-7200
Address: 1001 S. 70th St. Suite 200
Website: http://www.greenpath.com/cccsn

Other

Carol Yoakum Family Center
Services: Offers clothing, toys, small household items, low income bus passes, and food distribution
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 434-2621
Address: 4621 NW 48th Street
Website: https://l-housing.com/FamilyResourceCenter.html

Good Neighbor Community Center
Services: Personal care items, fans in the summer, quilts, blankets, bedding, small furniture,and household items
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: (402) 477-4173
Address: 2617 Y St.
Website: https://www.gncclincoln.org

Matt Talbot Kitchen
Services:

  • Health clinic: 3rd Wednesday of the month 12:30pm-2:30pm
  • Gasoline assistance for first working day of each month (must show drivers license, registration and car insurance every 6 months)
  • Nutrition counseling for homeless and low income (need appointment); cooking classes offered
  • Vision Care once for homeless/near homeless
  • Medical screenings every 3rd Wednesday during lunch
  • Shower/laundry for homeless Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm
  • Free legal assistance on 4th Tuesday of each month 12:30pm-2pm
Hours: See website for most up-to-date hours
Cost: Free
Phone: 402-477-4116
Address: 2121 N. 27th St.
Website: http://www.mtko.org/

Lincoln Animal Ambassadors
Services: Low cost spay/neuter program and shot clinics and pet food bank
Website: https://www.lincolnanimalambassadors.org/what_we_do/

Rent/Utilities Assistance

Community Action Partnership
Services: Help with rental deposits, past-due rent or utilities, and eviction prevention
Phone: (402) 471-4515
Address: 210 O St.
Website: http://www.communityactionatwork.org

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Services: Provides financial assistance to offset the costs of heating and cooling
Website: http://dhhs.ne.gov/Pages/Energy-Assistance.aspx

St. Vincent de Paul Help Line
Services: Call to gain assistance with either partial or complete payment of utility bill or rent
Phone: (402) 435-7968

Department of Health and Human Services
Services: Apply for energy assistance if having trouble making bills on time
Phone: (800) 383-4278
Address: 1050 N. St. Suite 250

Nebraska Telephone Assistance Program
Services: Help low-income individuals reduce their monthly phone service by $12.75 per month for one phone
Qualify if participate in Medicaid, SNAP, LIHEAP, SSI, or Federal Public Housing
Website: http://www.psc.nebraska.gov/ntips/ntips_ntap.html

Transportation Assistance

StarTran
Services: 31 day bus pass for $8 for low income individuals
Need photo ID with birth date
Website: https://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/pworks/startran