Often family and friends are feeling mixed emotions when attempting to express their concerns about a loved oneีs substance abuse. Please call. We can help answer your questions, provide support and give guidance.
402-477-3951 - Call anytime, day or night.
Donations made using Give to Lincoln Day link on May 16 receive match funds from the Lincoln Community Foundation. For donations made other than May 16, please use yellow Donate Now link.
Is your gift in honor of an occasion or milestone, or in memory of a special person, or do you have special requests for your gift? Please download and mail our Giving Form, or email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer not to make your donation online, you may also simply send a check or call 402 477-3951 to make your donation over the phone.
Printable donation form.
FILLING LIVES WITH HOPE
Everyone believes in the importance of saving a life. So, when a Lincoln
police officer brings an intoxicated person into Cornhusker Place to safely
begin detoxification, we all share relief at knowing this woman won't
freeze, huddled overnight in an alley near an open Dumpster.
At Cornhusker Place, we are honored to know that our services reduce jail
admissions and the resulting tax burden to our community. Because of
Cornhusker Place, admissions to hospital emergency rooms are also reduced.
And we're relieved that, because the doors to Cornhusker Place remain open,
alcohol and other substance abusers aren't driving the streets of Lincoln
with us. We feel safe.
We're glad to know that another client has successfully completed
residential treatment in our short or long-term residential treatment
programs. We're excited to know that they have the skills necessary to lead
a sober life. But each subsequent day is filled with hours and minutes and choices.
It's only through the support our donors provide to Cornhusker Place that we
help every person who enters our facility continue to stay sober. Continue
to make good choices.
Rehabilitation is a process-and the lives saved through continued substance
abuse treatment are as precious to our community as the individual life
You can be sure that tonight, at Cornhusker Place, you have saved another
human being from harm. Better, by tomorrow you will have given him hope.