We have an extensive Community database to help simplify your choice of an Assisted Living or Senior Retirement Community.
Resources for Omaha, Nebraska
ENOA 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.
An excellent resource for questions regarding individual Long-Term Care Insurance Companies.
To report concerns regarding cares and standards in a skilled nursing or assisted living facility, contact this office.
Veterans can receive medical care, prescription and other services when needed. Veterans must first qualify for coverage.
A toll free number where questions regarding Medicare may be answered.
HHS regulates and monitors programs for the elderly and disabled and is funded by the state of Nebraska.
To apply for government assistance, such as Food Stamps or Medicaid, the applicant must have their request processed through ACCESS Nebraska.
To apply for Social Security of Social Security Disability, call the Omaha office for instructions.
Call this number to have a private phone number blocked from outside calls.
Assistance in ‘rightsizing’ including packing, moving, organizing and estate sales.
Assisting in senior moving and estate liquidation, including estate sales.
An all-inclusive listing of resources in the Omaha and surrounding areas. Topics covered range from medical support, home health care and living options to senior services.
A program staffed by trained volunteers where questions regarding Medicare, Medicaid and other insurances will be answered.
Any concerns, reports of insurance fraud and questions about insurances accepted in the Nebraska Depart of Insurance can be directed to the department.
An excellent resource for questions regarding individual long-term care insurance companies.
The Consumer Voice is the source for long-term care education, advocacy and policy analysis at both state and federal level.
Information on recent surveys of healthcare providers, both individuals and facilities, may be found here.
Each county Assessor will have information and application forms for those wishing to claim this exemption.
SUPPORT GROUPS/ VETERANS:
402.420.2540 or 800.272.3900
Information on research, support groups, and fundraising for the Alzheimer person or family.
To report concerns regarding cares and standards in a Skilled Nursing or Assisted Living Facility, contact this office.
Veterans can receive medical care, prescriptions, and other services when needed. Veterans must first qualify for coverage.
To learn of or apply for Aid & Attendance or other Veteran (and their spouses) Programs call this County Service.