Financial Assistance

  • Provides small, short term, low interest loans to working families with low income and challenging credit histories. Loans are used to help individuals purchase transportation to remain in or move forward in their jobs, a critical asset of financial stability. must be employed 20 hours a week for at least 6 …
  • Utility and rental assistance. Also provides non-food vouchers. Eligibility is based on income and resources. Must call before receiving a shut-off notice or eviction notice. Agency can help with current month's bill only. Call for application.
  • Emergency financial assistance, holiday assistance programs, and specialized transportation services. Limited to Bellevue residents only and must have a shut off notice or eviction notice.
  • Provides community and home based family-centered services to prevent the breakup of families. Services include counseling and youth services, assistance with funeral and daycare expenses, transportation, crisis intervention and educational funding for Tribal members. Intervention services to act as a liaison and …
  • Plumbing, electrical, appliance, window, locks or other safety repairs. Must live east of 52nd Street, be 62 and older or permanently disabled at any age, own the home, and meet income guidelines.
  • Scattered-site housing for single women and families with children who are currently homeless. Provides case management, financial counseling, therapeutic services, and rental assistance. Must be living in a shelter, on the streets or in transitional housing and have a certified disabling condition (physical, …
  • 5 year voluntary program offered to any Section 8 public housing resident. Provides education opportunities, job readiness and any other assistance that is needed to become self-sufficient. Participants must maintain Section 8 housing, sign a 5 year contract, set and achieve goals, seek and maintain employment.

Nebraska Mental Health.com offers a general definition of common evaluations, however encourages individuals to check with their insurance carrier regarding specific evaluation requirements as they may differ by carrier.