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Serving Adults in All Circumstances

Serving Adults in All Circumstances

We offer programs that support society's most vulnerable individuals
who deserve specialized attention and care.

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Studies indicate that veterans, older adults and the unemployed are among the most isolated individuals in our society.

Many are right on the edge of poverty or suffer from depression and other mental health disorders.

Older adults and veterans face unique challenges and thus benefit from services and support programs focused especially on their particular needs.

That's why we offer transitional housing and mental health support in the Omaha metro specifically designed to meet the needs of veterans as well as low-income housing and a vibrant community center for older adults.

The Salvation Army of Omaha partners with adults through:

Veterans services

The overall goal of our programs for veterans is to decrease the risk of homelessness and help veterans live independently in the community. The VA Housing Opportunities Program (VA-HOP) provides up to 12 months of community-based housing for veterans and their families who are struggling with homelessness as well as other services to meet their specific needs. The VA Community Assistance Support Services (VA-CASS) program supports homeless veterans who have medical, physical, mental health or substance use needs. Learn more about how we serve veterans.

Durham Booth Manor

We provide a full range of services for older adults at the Durham Booth Manor residential facility located at Renaissance Village at 923 N. 38th St. Our overall goal is to meet the non-nursing needs of participating seniors by providing affordable, safe housing and nutritious meals, as well as opportunities for social engagement and activities that help prevent isolation and loneliness, which are common threats to the older population. Learn more about how we support older adults.

Healthy Aging Program at the Kroc Center

The Kroc Center offers plenty of opportunities for its more than 500 age 55+ members to engage their minds, bodies and spirits. From computer, aquatics, art, yoga and fitness classes to a monthly potluck lunch, a drum circle, devotions and prayers and a weekly Lunch and Learn program featuring a wide range of topics including Medicare, elder law, estate planning and nutrition, there is something for everyone.

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Veterans are some of the most vulnerable members of our communities, suffering higher rates of mental illness and homelessness.

A donation to The Salvation Army supports housing programs and support services specially designed to meet the needs of veterans.

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Older adults often have limited income and struggle to find safe, affordable housing options.

A donation to The Salvation Army supports Durham Booth Manor, which offers clean, comfortable apartments in a safe complex to adults age 62 and older with very low incomes.

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