Partners with human service organizations worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying and promoting accreditation standards. NCHS has been accredited by COA since March 1, 2008 and is accredited through July 31, 2020.
Children’s Home Society of America is a national nonprofit leader and advocate dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in America.
CAFCON shapes policies and services for the betterment of children, youth and families in Nebraska.
FFTA and its members work with a network of national and state child welfare advocacy organizations, researchers, mental health professionals, child welfare advisers, and policymakers to ensure that vulnerable children and youth receive community-based supports and services.
GuideStar provides information that advances transparency, enables users to make better decisions, and encourages charitable giving.
A coalition of non-profit adoption agencies licensed by the State of Nebraska. Our agencies’ staffing policies and procedures meet the regulations set forth by the state of Nebraska and the Child Welfare League Association.
The Guidelines and Principles provide legal compliance and best practices information in 12 major areas of nonprofit management.
Facilitate collaborations and partnerships throughout the nonprofit community in Lincoln.
A collaboration of community and county agencies, organizations, business, public entities, and individuals working together to improve the continuum of services for children/youth and families.
Builds collaboration among agencies, networks, and the broader community to find innovative solutions to improve the quality of life of people and communities in and around Norfolk, Nebraska.
A relationship-based, non-profit neutral collaborative organization whose foundation is its membership from across the Nebraska Panhandle region.
Community Services Fund of Nebraska is a nonprofit federation connecting employers and their employees to causes they care most about.
Nebraska Children’s Home Society provides training about child abuse, permanency and open adoption to CASA volunteers.
NCHS is part of a portfolio of projects within Frontiers of Innovation, the R&D Platform of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.
Partners in providing Youth Education classes.
Supports the Children and Family Center with volunteer service.
Site location and partner for Raising Your Grandchildren
Partners in providing services to adoptive and guardianship families through Right Turn®
NCHS provides mental health services through Project Harmony’s Connections
Partner to provide Youth Education classes.
Partner to provide Youth Education classes for young women.
Program site for Youth Education classes to young women.
Provides funding for trauma-informed care training and parenting classes.
Provides support for after school programs at the Children & Family Center.
Provides funding for literacy and language services to Early Childhood Education Centers
Provides funding for Home Visitation services through the Children & Family Center
Supports services for pregnant and parenting teens/young adults.
Provides funding for Girls Circle in Grand Island, Nebraska.
Provides additional funding for Early Childhood Education Center.
Provides funding for Teen Chat in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Provides scholarships and funding for children served through Early Childhood Education Centers.
Provides funding for services through the Children & Family Center.
Supports services to parents of vulnerable children served at the Children & Family Center.
Provides funding for Youth Education through the Children & Family Center. Contracts for Foster Care and Family Finding.
Provides training to IT team members of Nebraska Children’s Home Society.
Supports services through the Children & Family Center.
Funds Mental Health services to families served through the Children & Families Center.
Support the Raising Your Grandchildren class and Self-Sufficiency services.
Funds services in Albion and Norfolk area.
Funds support Teen Chat and Wise Guys classes at the Children & Family Center.
Funds for baby supplies and equipment for families.