Missing Youth Services
The primary target population for this project will be children age 13 or younger, identified by the Omaha Police Division as missing, and without current DHHS Child Welfare or juvenile justice involvement. In addition, project resources will be available for youth age 14 and older, who are missing as capacity allows.
“Many young children through my caseload have received a backpack generously donated to the Project Harmony Triage Center. These children come into care with not much more than the clothing on their backs and often carry what few possession they have with them in grocery or trash bags.
I have witnessed many faces light up when given the opportunity to pick out a clean, new backpack of their very own to take with them to wherever they are placed, helping make their transition a little easier. Thank you!”
— DHHS – Children & Family Services
- 0 Advocacy Sessions Provided in 2020
- 0 Forensic Interviews in 2020
- 0 Medical Exams Conducted in 2020
- 0 Youth Receiving Mental Health Services in 2020
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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.