Services may change with out any notification. Contact each service to verify hours and availability.
Clothing, toys, small household items, low-income bus passes, and food distribution.
Diapers, baby food/formula, personal care items, half-price clothing, housing for victims of domestic violence, and food distribution.
Free food for low-income families and low-income bus passes.
- Phone: 402-476-4357
- Address: Multiple locations for food distribution
Free food distribution, walk- up, or drive-up. No questions asked.
Food distribution of mostly perishable items such as fruits, vegetables, dairy products, bread, etc.
- Phone: 402-416-6197
- Address: Multiple locations
Perishable and non-perishable food distribution.
Hot meals 2x each day, every day of the year.
Clothing, household goods, and food distribution.
Food distribution and a soup kitchen serving hot meals twice a day, every day of the year.
Free food distribution with a valid student ID, proof of income, and a class schedule. Limited to once a week.
Utility assistance and free food distribution.
Free hot evening meals. Bread and fresh produce are distributed twice a week.
State of Nebraska's approach to providing organized housing services for people experiencing homelessness.
Community-based apartment living for 16 to 21-year-olds who are homeless or out of the child welfare system.
Federally subsidized housing for low-income families.
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.
Emergency financial assistance with past-due rent and utility bills, as well as security deposit assistance for those who are transitioning out of homelessness.
Transitional living for women 19 and older without children.
Affordable low-income rental housing.
- Phone: 402-489-2333
- Address: Multiple Locations
Affordable housing for individuals and families of low- to moderate-income.
The Landlord Liasion Project (LLP) forms partnerships between landlords/property managers, case managers, and consumers to address the critical need of finding affordable housing for the homeless in Lincoln.