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
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a state-funded program, which works to improve the health of elderly people (60 years of age) by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA commodity foods. CSFP serves elderly people, and provides food rather than the food vouchers that WIC participants receive. Eligible people cannot participate in both programs at the same time. CSFP food packages do not provide a complete diet, but rather are good sources of the nutrients typically lacking in the diets of the target population. Proper nutrition is also important in maintaining the health of senior citizens. It is for this reason that we provide commodity foods. The typical food package distributed to a client includes evaporated milk, nonfat dry milk, cereal, pasta product, peanut butter or dry beans, canned meat, canned vegetables, canned fruit, cheese, and juice.
Community Lunch/Senior Diners – This program provides daily, nutritious meals to a combination of senior and low income individuals per day. Funding comes from private donations and local corporate support; food preparation is carried out nearly wholly by volunteers.
Emergency Food Pantry – Provides 7-day food supply for individuals or families in crisis. Applications for food boxes are accepted Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons between 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. and subject to availability (quantities of food are limited). Eligible to pick up every three months (90 days). Must bring Social Security Numbers for all members of the household every time you pick up.
Perishable Food Distribution - Foodnet is a group of volunteers from many different churches and non-profit organizations, trying to STOP the waste of food, and MEET all human needs. Intended especially for those who are trying on their own to provide food for their families, but hardships such as layoffs, sickness, car problems and other unexpected catastrophes have made paychecks smaller leaving less money for food.
Mostly perishable foods such as fruits, vegetables, dairy products, bread, etc. are provided to all needy families. Distributions are offered at the Indian Center on Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. Support is received from the Food Bank of Lincoln.
In accordance with Federal law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA is an equal opportuntiy provider and employer.