Drugs

Lincoln Council on Alcoholism & Drugs

Agency
Lincoln Council on Alcoholism & Drugs
914 "L" Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
402-475-2694
402-475-2699
Darryl Fisher
To promote an environment free from the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.
Contact
Sara
402-475-2694
Available projects
No specific opportunitites but they do have events that come up that they need volunteers for. Contact Sara
Flexible
2
Short, informal
Phone interview
Classification
Education, Substance Abuse, Drugs, Youth, Teen, Adolescent, alcohol

Fresh Start Home

Agency
Fresh Start Home
6433 Havelock Avenue
Lincoln, NE 68507
475-7777
475-7779
The Fresh Start Home provides transitional housing and supportive services for single homeless women aged 19 and older. The Home offers a safe, structured, alcohol and drug free environment for women interested in attaining self-sufficiency. Minimum stay is 90 days up to 1 year.
Contact
Monica
475-7777
Available projects
Administration: Sales Personnel to work in the Daisy Thrift Shop one or more 3.5 hour shifts a month or sort clothing. Contact Cindy Piester if interested. Group projects also available to do cleaning, yard work, etc. Students also could do things like coordinate a donation drive for needed items (i.e. personal hygiene supplies, paper products) and in the past a class event lead workshops for residents. It's great to work with groups on our side of town, too.
required, provided
Classification
Fall 2012
Herndon, Gerise
Pettit, Pat
African American Literature
English 001
HHP 100 Drugs in Modern Society
Food, Drugs, Women, Homeless, Shelter, Transistional

Antlers Center, Inc.

Agency
Antlers Center, Inc.
2501 South Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
402-434-3965
434-3972
Paige Namuth

A private faith-based residential treatment program for chemically addicted adult males. Outpatient programs for men and women. Antler's counseling center specializes in 12-step treatment for alcohol and drug addiction. Individuals coming to Antlers are accepted into a community that values spiritual growth, personal development, and creativity. Since 1962, we have been part of the recovery movement, helping people turn their lives around. See also www.PartnersInRecovery.Info

Contact
Paige Namuth
402-434-3965
Available projects

Saturday nights 7:00-8:45 Children's Group: Take care of children while their parents take a class to help them recover from their alcohol/drug addiction.

Non-judgmental & caring individual, confidentiality
Semester
1-2 hrs.
1 hr.
Available upon request
Classification
Pettit, Pat
HHP 100 Drugs in Modern Society
Adults, Treatment, Addiction, Recovery, Substance Abuse, Drugs