June 25, 2020 – Stephen Center is committed to following best practice recommendations from the CDC, Metro Area Continuum of Care for the Homeless (MACCH) and HUD to protect the health of our clients, volunteers and staff. Stephen Center continues to serve clients with increased screening measures including daily temperature checks, mandatory hand washing, mask-wearing by staff and clients, and the use of web technology for case management and group/individual therapy sessions. Our focus on overcoming homelessness, addiction and poverty will not waiver.
To contact HERO program: 402.715.5440
To contact Pettigrew Emergency Shelter: 402.715.5471
CARF establishes national consumer-focused standards to help organizations measure and improve the quality of their programs and services. Stephen Center’s emergency shelter, PSH and HERO programs have all been accredited. We are the only organization in Nebraska that has earned accreditation for emergency shelter.
Click on each program for more information.
Pettigrew Emergency Shelter is a substance-free facility featuring a men’s dorm, women’s dorm and family shelter units.
Our HERO Program provides substance abuse treatment for low-income and homeless individuals. HERO stands for Health, Empowerment, Responsibility & Opportunity.
PSH apartments provide housing and supportive services to individuals and families moving from homelessness to independent, supportive living.
AT STEPHEN CENTER, we hope that program participants never stop dreaming. Our job is to help the homeless achieve housing, the addicted achieve sobriety, the sick achieve wellness, and the fearful achieve strength . . .
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