- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Emergency & Safety
- Homeless & Housing
Location2723 Q stOmaha, NE 68107 United States
Stephen Center partners with the community, families and individuals to overcome homelessness, addiction and poverty.
Stephen Center, Inc has served the homeless and low-income men, women and children in Omaha since 1984. We were founded by Sharon and Dick McNeil, a couple that was determined to focus on the particular needs of the poor in south Omaha.
-32 beds for men, 32 beds for women, 4 family rooms
-Only Dry Shelter in the Metro Area
-30 day emergency stay shelter
-Staffed 24 Hours a Day
-Case management and supportive services available
-State-Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Program
-Evidence-Based Twelve Step Supported Program
-Serves Those with a Co-Occuring Mental Illness
-Juvenile program established in 2016
Permanent Supportive Housing Units:
- 61 Housing Units
-Supportive services for those moving from homelessness to independent supportive living
Transitional Living Program:
-Utilizaes a Strength-Based Case managemet Philosophy
-Focuses on Participants Attaining Self-Sufficiency and Building Self-Esteem
-Clothing and various items provided to Stephen Center clients via voucher system
-Provides jobs and job training for Stephen Center residents.