To Report Child Abuse

Nebraska: 1 (800) 652-1999
Iowa: 1 (800) 362-2178

To Contact Us

(402) 595-1326
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
After hours by appointment only


One Child. One Voice. One Vision. BE SOMEONE.

Ending Child Abuse Together

Child abuse is a fact in our community, discriminating against no one and impacting thousands of lives each year.

Boldly focused on ending this cycle, Project Harmony has reimagined how communities can come together – leveraging resources to respond to, treat and ultimately prevent child abuse.

Project Harmony’s nationally recognized, collaborative, child-focused approach works to ensure children are not further victimized by the systems intended to protect them. We’ve brought multiple agencies working in these systems together into one place – where they can coordinate and communicate most effectively and tackle child abuse as a team.

This powerful model means that Project Harmony is the resource for child abuse services and training in the Omaha metro area and surrounding communities. We help community members protect and support the most vulnerable among us – restoring courage, facilitating healing and empowering community members to be someone in the life of a child.

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Service Area

Project Harmony’s multidisciplinary team of experts serves children across the Omaha metro in Douglas and Sarpy counties, a satellite location in Fremont, and 16 counties in western Iowa — including Audubon, Carroll, Crawford, Cass, Fremont, Greene, Guthrie, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie, Sac, Shelby and Taylor. 

We’re committed to ending the cycle of abuse and neglect in our local community and beyond.


I recently attended the Testifying Training course. Since that class I have been subpoenaed three times, and I had to testify at each hearing. Without this class I would have been less than prepared and too nervous to be credible. Thank you so much!

- Jenny Lewis

You are part of the solution.

The cycle of abuse does not have to continue, but we can’t end it alone. Anyone has the power to be someone who makes our community a safe place for all children.

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