Nebraska Families Collaborative
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Nebraska Families Collaborative
Nonprofit Organization
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Nebraska Families Collaborative
David Newell, President & CEO
2110 Papillion Parkway
68164   [ Map ]
402 492-2500 (Phone)
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  P20 - Human Service Organizations; P40 - Family Services
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Kathy Bigsby-Moore Board Chair Organizational Capacity Consultant
Peg Harriott Board Vice-Chair Child Saving Institute
Judy Rasmussen Board Treasurer Father Flanagan's Boys Home (non-voting member)
John Jeanetta Board Secretary Heartland Family Service
Lisa Batenhorst Board Director Father Flanagan's Boys Home
Theresa Barron-McKeagney Board Director UNO College of Public Affairs & Community Service
Mary Ann Borgeson Board Director Douglas County Commissioners
Carolyn Green Board Director Girls, Inc. of Omaha
Alex Hayes Board Director Mutual of Omaha
Dan Jackson Board Director Nebraska Family Support Network
Nick Juliano Board Director Father Flanagan's Boys Home
Morgan Kelly Board Director OMNI Behavioral Health
Orlando Pineda Board Director First National Bank
Dr. Kevin Riley Board Director Gretna Public Schools
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Nebraska Families Collaborative (NFC) provides case management and service coordination for approximately 3,000 children and 1,500 families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice system for Douglas and Sarpy Counties each year.

Our mission is "to build on child, family and community strengths so that every child is safe, healthy and in a forever family." We accomplish this by providing a complete continuum of non-treatment, non-Medicaid funded services and placement resources, including foster care, kinship care, adoption and permanency placements, transition and independent living services for older youth, Aftercare, and family preservation.

NFC was founded in 2009 as a collaboration of five partners, including Father Flanagan’s Boys Home (Boys Town), Child Saving Institute, Heartland Family Service, Nebraska Family Support Network, and OMNI Behavioral Health. Together, their combined 400 years of experience working with children and families provides NFC with a vast array of resources from which to draw in order to address the safety, permanency and well-being outcomes of every child we support.