Donate to the Youth Prevention Retreat
When: March 13 - 17 Where: Nebraska City Who: High School Students
The Native Connections for Life Youth Prevention Retreat
All youth participating in the Youth Prevention Retreat must fill out an application and submit by March 9, 2018. Click on the Youth Intake Application and Wavier below to download and print.
Youth Prevention Retreat Flyer
By clicking learn more will take you to the Native Connections for Life Youth Prevention Retreat flyer.
Volunteer Tax Preparation Available!
When: Monday & Tuesdays, Time: 4:30-8:30PM, For more information Contact:
Judy Vance - 402-580-7405
Ends April 15, 2018
AA Meetings are held Monday-Friday from 5:15pm-6:15pm (Group name: Happy Hour).
Perishable food distribution
Perishable food distribution is every Thursday at 10:00am.
-Contact Person: Sara 402.438.5231, x131
Food Boxes are assembled every Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 1:00-3:00pm
-Contact Person:Sara 402.438.5231, x131
Low Income Star Tran bus passes are $8.00.
-Contact: Joe Bad Moccasin Jr.
Board of Director's Meeting
Every 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Indian Center Inc. Board of Director's Meeting is held at 6pm
-Contact Person: Barry Walker 402-438-5231, x9
Indian Center, Inc. was incorporated in 1969 as a non-profit organization in the State of Nebraska with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. In 1980 the Indian Center dedicated its 22,000 square foot building that was financed through a $1.1 million grant from the Economic Development Administration.
Since its inception, the Indian Center has proven to be an integral and vital part of the City of Lincoln’s human service network serving not only Native Americans but non-Natives as well. From its Headquarter office in Lincoln, the Center provides a continuum of human services on a state-wide basis from its satellite offices in Omaha, Scottsbluff, and South Sioux City.
The Center is home to the Whispering Giant, a 30-foot wood sculpture created by Peter Toth, a Hungarian immigrant, in 1980. The icon has boldly guarded the Indian Center for nearly three decades and served as a symbol of unity and honor to the Indian Community of Lincoln.
The Center was a recent recipient of the U.S. Department of Labor’s prestigious 2008 Outstanding Grantee Award, given annually to Workforce Investment Act Programs that have exhibited outstanding management practices.