Resources for Lincoln, Nebraska

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Aging Partners

(402) 441-7070

Aging Partners is a government agency serving as a clearinghouse for available services for the elderly. Staff both coordinates and advocates the community and availability of resources.
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Department of Health & Human Services

(402) 471-7000

HHS regulates and monitors programs for the elderly and disabled and is funded by the state of Nebraska.
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Access Nebraska

(402) 323-3900

To apply for government assistance, such as Food Stamps or Medicaid, the applicant must have their request processed through ACCESS Nebraska.
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Medicare Information

(800) 633-4227

A toll free number where questions regarding Medicare may be answered.
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Social Security Office (Lincoln)

(866) 593-2880

To apply for Social Security or Social Security Disability, call the Lincoln office for instructions.
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Seniors Home & Safety

Aging Partners Home Handyman Program

(402) 441-7030

A volunteer program for income qualified seniors where they may receive home maintenance from qualified craftsmen.
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CCA Eldercare Resource Handbook

(402) 488-3771

An all inclusive listing of resources in the Lincoln community. Topics covered range from Medical Support, Home Health Care, and Living Options to Senior Services.
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National Do Not Call Registry

(888) 382-1222

Call this number to have a private phone number blocked from outside calls.
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Answers for Families

(402) 472-0844

Information on housing, aging services, legal issues, and support. Information provided can help family members to locate suitable resources to assist persons 60 years or older.
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Children of Aging Parents

(800) 227-7294

A website offering tips and information to the children caring for their parents.
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Nebraska Health Care Association

(402) 435-3551

A Nebraska Association of health care professionals offering information on a range of health-related professions and consumer services, including long term care.
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Nebraska Consumer Protection Hotline

(402) 471-2682

Consumer Fraud reports can be filed for investigation through this hotline.
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Madonna Driver Rehabilitation Services

(402) 483-9534

A program that assesses the ability of a person to drive safely. Recommendations may be given as to whether it is safe for the individual to drive or if retraining is needed.
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Centers for Disease Control and Protection - COVID-19 FAQ

Visit this site for reliable updates on COVID-19 or to have your questions and concerns about the virus answered.
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Relocation, Moving & Downsizing

Changing Spaces Senior Relocation Service

(402) 483-0555

Assistance in ‘rightsizing’ including packing, moving, organizing, and estate sales.
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Support Groups & Veteran Services


(402) 420-2540 or(800) 272-3900

Information on research, support groups, and fundraising for the Alzheimer person or family.
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Nebraska DHHS Statewide Obudsman

(402) 441-7070

To report concerns regarding cares and standards in a Skilled Nursing or Assisted Living Facility, contact this office.

VA Nebraska / Western Iowa Health Care System

(402) 489-3802

Veterans can receive medical care, prescriptions, and other services when needed. Veterans must first qualify for coverage.
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Lancaster County Veterans Service Center

(402) 441-7361

To learn of or apply for Aid & Attendance or other Veteran (and their spouses) Programs call this County Service.
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Financial & Insurance Services

Nebraska Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)

(800) 234-7119

A program staffed by trained volunteers where questions regarding Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurances will be answered.
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NE DHHS National Clearing House for Long-Term Care Information


Any concerns, reports of insurance fraud, and questions about insurances accepted in the Nebraska Department of Insurance can be directed to this department.
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National Consumer Voice for Long-Term Care

(202) 332-2275

The Consumer Voice is the source for long-term care education, advocacy and policy analysis at both the state and federal level.
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Nebraska Department of Health Licensing & Standards

(402) 471-2946

Information on recent surveys of health care providers, both individuals and facilities, may be found here.

Homestead Exemption Lancaster County Assessor's Office

(402) 441-7463

Each county Assessor will have information and application forms for those wishing to claim this exemption.
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