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The APS Act established a program designed to meet the needs of vulnerable adults and to assure the availability of the program to all eligible persons. It places authority and responsibility for investigations and interventions in situations of abuse/neglect of vulnerable adults with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and local law enforcement agencies.
Adult Protective Services investigates reports of vulnerable adult abuse/neglect/exploitation, including self-neglect and intervenes when maltreatment is confirmed.
Adult Protective Services are provided with as little disruption to the client's life as possible. Whenever possible, clients are helped to live in the environment of their choice.
DHHS acknowledges that as long as adults can recognize the consequences of decisions they have made about their lives, the right to make those decisions must be respected, provided they are capable of making that choice.
The American Red Cross Nebraska/SW Iowa/Kansas Region serves the more than 4 million people living in Nebraska, Kansas, and three counties in Southwest Iowa that are part of the Omaha metropolitan area. The Region provides vital services to the area 365 days a year—from responding to home fires in local neighborhoods to teaching first aid and CPR to community groups.
We’re able to provide these services thanks to a corps of more than 4,000 dedicated volunteers and the generosity of our donors. The American Red Cross puts these donations to good use. The Red Cross is not a government agency and relies on donations of time, money and blood to do its work. An average of 91 cents of every dollar the Red Cross spends is invested in humanitarian services and programs.
How do we do it? By practicing what we preach: preparedness. We train our volunteers. We plan ahead for the types of disasters that strike in our community. And we train individuals, businesses and community groups so they too, can be prepared.
At Annie Jeffrey Health Center, we strive and are committed to providing the highest quality health care in a multitude of settings. We focus on staying current with the constant achievements and evolving technologies in the services we provide. Annie Jeffrey Health Center works collaboratively with its community, patient population and other providers to achieve excellence in health care, respect for life, and respect for each other.
Our hospital is a 16-bed Critical Access Hospital. It provides state of the art equipment operated by trained professionals. We take our responsibilities and obligations seriously and strive to serve our area with compassion and respect in a warm, welcoming facility with knowledgeable and experienced staff.
Pet and Music Therapy
Social Worker Counseling
Personal Care and Assistance
Since 1989, The Assistive Technology Partnership (ATP) has assisted Nebraskans with disabilities, their families, educators, service coordinators, employers and a host of agencies to learn about and use assistive technology. ATP is a state agency in the Department of Education.
David City, NE
David City, NE
Mental Health Counseling; Youth Assistance Program through schools; Substance Abuse Evalutations; Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment; Community Support Program
Clothing/household items; emergency assistance; food pantry; foster grandparents;holiday projects; back to school projects; homeless assistance; temporary emergency shelter.
Food pantry to income qualifying people/families; Emergency assistance to qualifying people; thrift store; special projects of school supplies; Christmas adopt-a-family; income tax preparation.
BVCA Partnership operates over 30 programs. Each program has multiple services. Most programs and services are designed to interact with and complement each other. Thus you may qualify for, and want to use, more than one program. You will be required to fill out BVCA Partnership's Family Intake Form, which can be obtained from one of BVCA's Family Development Partners. To participate in several of BVCA's programs, you must be income eligible. Click here to download BVCA Partnership's Brochure | Spanish Version.
Remember that programs change. New services are added, new counties are covered. Eligibility requirements change as new income guidelines are issued. Should this or other circumstances inhibit your enrollment in any BVCA program, you may appeal by clicking here. This information is intended to provide a general overview. It is not the final word. If you or a family member need assistance, please contact BVCA Partnership. We will be happy to discuss your particular situation and provide you with current information on all our programs and services. We will also refer you to other agencies whose services may benefit your family.
Nestled in the rural town of Seward, Nebraska, Brookdale Seward Heartland Park offers independent and assisted living options for seniors. Our vibrant town, known for its festive 4th of July celebration, is bursting with great entertainment options, including a thriving Main Street and town square. Your loved one will have plenty to do, both inside and outside of our community.
At Brookdale Seward Heartland Park, we understand the life you want for your loved one. We work hard to create a place that not only offers physical support, but is also a socially connected community with opportunities to challenge the mind, lift the spirits, revitalize purpose and nurture the heart.
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Family Practice Medical Clinic
David City, NE
A noon meal is available for a suggested donation for individuals 60 years of age or older. Call 402-367-6131 one day in advance or by 9 am the day of to make a reservation. Meals are also available for those under 60 years of age for a fee.
There are individual, extenuating circumstances that may qualify someone to receive a noon meal for a suggested donation. Please call and visit with the Butler County Program Manager for details.
A salad bar is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays along with the regular meal. A suggested donation of $3.50 for individuals 60 years of age or older and a $4.50 fee for those under age 60 for the daily meal. Call for details.
Home Delivered Meals
These meals are available in David City and close distances. Each meal is one-third of the recommended daily nutritional needs for an individual. The meals are delivered by volunteers dedicated to helping others. Modified diets are also available with doctor's orders. Call for complete information or one day in advance to order a meal.
Health & Fitness
Foot care clinics, blood pressure screenings, and hearing aid services are offered at various times during the month. Special presentations and programs, many focusing on health education, are offered periodically throughout the year.
Tai Chi classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
What: Tai Chi is a graceful form of exerre ise th at i nvo Ives a series of movements, kn own as forms th at a re performed in a slow, focused manner combined with controlled breathing. It is a low impact exercise that puts minimal stress on muscles and joints-making it suitable for many older adults. It doesn't require special equipment and can be practiced indoors or outdoors, either alone or in a group.
Who: People who are 60 years of age or older.
Why: Each year, about one third of adults aged 65 years of age and older fall, and 20 to 30 percent of those who fall suffer moderate to severe injuries, such as bruises, hip fractures, and head traumas. Falls a re the le ad i ng ca use of in jury deaths and the most common ca use of non fatal injuries among this population. By taking a Tai Chi class you improve your strength and balance, and helps prevent falls. Research has shown that practicing Tai Chi, a balance-prompting exercise, is a very effective way for older adults to reduce the risk of falling and to maintain their independence.
FROG - Fitness Reaching Older Generations on Wednesdays: An exercise program led by a trained instructor. It is designed to help older adults improve their mobility and strength to help prevent injuries caused by falls. Exercise is low impact, with or without chair assistance, and only as strenuous as the participant wants it to be.
We have many activities for people to participate in such as quilting, puzzles, and cards. We have cards every Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm.
Public transportation for all ages is provided by the Butler County Transit Van. Service can be one way or round trip. We do have special rate days for Omaha, Lincoln and Columbus. For complete details, cost and scheduling call 402-367-6131.
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Phone: 402-367-6131 This is a taxi service in David City that is operated by volunteers. Call for more information or to schedule transportation. Advanced arrangements are necessary.)
An Aging Partners counselor is located at 370 N. Fifth St., David City. Call 402-367-4537 for advice and information on how to remain independent and in your own home.
Butler County Senior Services
Butler County Senior Services is dedicated to helping individuals age 60 and older live independently and remain an active and vital part of the community. We provide information on the network of services available to older adults and assist individuals and their families in accessing these services.
Butler County Senior Services is jointly sponsored by County, State and Federal funds made available through the Butler County Board of Supervisors and Aging Partners. Contributions for services and donations also help to support the program.
All activities and services of the Butler County Senior Services Program are provided without regard to race, color, creed, national origin or disability.
David City, NE
Joey Ossian works with veterans and their dependents for service connected and pension benefits. Assist with burial benefits.
York County Courthouse
CASA for York County supports and provides volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children, enabling them to thrive in a safe, permanent home.
The Celiac Sprue Association is an international member-based non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to education and support of persons with celiac disease and their families.
The Center for Survivors provides advocacy for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Center is dedicated to the achievement of a violence free community.
Prescriptions, over the counter medications, Home health aids.
David City, NE
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Private non-profit thrift store. Provides a learning environment for persons who want to develop job skills, direct work experience, job readiness. Development and placement. Mini-work- shops on basic book keeping, tax, laws, interviewing youth at risk employment as an incentive to complete schooling.
Monday - Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm - 4:00pm
David City, NE
Located in David City, NE we’ve been serving the communities of Butler county and David City under new ownership as of 2015. Our 2 pharmacists have a combined 35 years of experience and our friendly staff will treat you like family. At David City Discount Pharmacy, we believe that being a local David City pharmacy means providing Healthcare services to our patients that are customized to meet their needs.
Medication Services include:
Long Term Care Service
Provide public housing. Low income housing.
Serving the community with family dental care for 25 years.
General Dentistry. Dr. Wieting and staff are dedicated to providing you with a pleasant visit and results that you're proud to show off. Our administrative staff is ready to help you with questions about scheduling and insurance, to make that part of the process as simple as possible.
Easterseals Nebraska provides exceptional services to help ensure all people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to live, learn, work and play.