If you just need a little help, a box of food from our pantry, formula, or diapers may be all you need to make this month a little easier. Come on in and our friendly staff will take care of you!
If you are in a crisis and aren’t sure where you will live tomorrow or next month, we are available to assist you with your housing crisis, provide funds, get documents and do referrals to other resources.
Please see below to learn how to access each of Together’s services.
Veterans – Supportive Services for Veterans and Families
Under the SSVF program, VA awards grants to private non-profit organizations and consumer cooperatives who can provide supportive services to very low-income Veteran families living in or transitioning to permanent housing. In 2013, Together was awarded an SSVF Grant from the VA.
Together provides eligible Veteran families with outreach, case management, and assistance in obtaining VA and other benefits, which may include: Health Care Services, Daily Living Services, Personal Finance Planning Services, Transportation Services, Fiduciary and Payee Services, Legal Services, Child Care Services, and Housing Counseling Services.
In addition, Together provides time-limited payments to third parties (e.g., landlords, utility companies, moving companies, and licensed child care providers) if these payments help Veteran families stay in or acquire permanent housing on a sustainable basis.
Rent, Utilities and Deposits
Together provides short term financial assistance for Rent, Utilities and Deposits to individuals and families to avoid or end homelessness.
ID and Birth Certificates
Together issues vouchers for you to get a state issued ID’s and Certified Birth Certificates needed for getting a job, housing, bank account, school and Department of Health and Human Service benefits.
If you need help with these, we can work with you to get the documents needed to apply for State ID and Certified Birth Certificate.
Click here to find out what documents you need to get a Nebraska ID.
Click here to find out what documents you need to get an Iowa ID.
Click here to find out what documents you need to get your Nebraska Birth Certificate.
Click here to find out what documents you need to get your Iowa Birth Certificate.
Not born in Nebraska or Iowa? To find out how to get your Birth Certificate, search for Vital Records in the state you were born.
Did you get a new job, don’t have a reliable way to get to work and don’t have your first paycheck? We know that this can make getting to work every day difficult. Meet with us to see if you qualify for free MAT bus passes until you get your first paycheck.
We can help you with your grocery bill so it’s easier to pay your other bills. A pantry box usually makes 20-30 plates of food. We include breakfast, meat, fruits and vegetables and more. Selection varies.
You can visit the Pantry once every 30 days.
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Do you need basic items for your kitchen? Items such as toasters, plates, and silverware are available at Together. Selection varies.
You can shop for Houseware every 2 weeks.
No child should sleep on the floor. We can provide basic furniture for free so you can pay your deposits, rent and other immediate bills. Selection of available furniture varies depending on the donations we receive. Access to furniture is limited to verified need.
Please bring: Your photo ID, Social Security card for all people in your house and a current piece of mail dated within 30 days – if you do not have these items please ask to speak with a Case Manager to assist you.