Community Partners


We cannot end youth homelessness alone. Youth Emergency Services gratefully acknowledges our community partners and collaborating organizations.

Tip Top Thrift Shop

Tip Top is an all volunteer run shop that puts heart in all they do to support the youth and mission of YES!

Charles Drew Health Clinic
Child Saving Institute
College of St. Mary
ConAgra Foods
Continuum Worldwide
Coventry Healthcare
Cox Classic Omaha
Faith Westwood United Methodist Church
Family Housing Advisory Services
First Christian Church
First Presbyterian Church
Florence Christian Church
Goodwill Partnership for Youth
Heartland Family Service
Hope Center for Kids
Hope Medical Outreach Coalition
Job Corps
Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church
Magis Clinic
Metro Area Continuum of Care for the Homeless (MACCH)
Midlands Mentoring Partnership
National Safe Place
Nebraska Aids Project
Nebraska Children's Home Society
Nebraska Legal Aid
The Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha Community Foundation
Omaha Serves
Omaha Quilter's Guild
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo
Park East Neighborhood Association
Project Everlast
QuikTrip
Rejoice! Lutheran Church
Ronald McDonald House
St. Thomas Lutheran Church
Tip Top Thrift Shop
United Healthcare
Visting Nurse Association
Women's Center for Advancement


Subia, Inc. owns and operates 18 Subway stores in the Omaha metropolitan area. In addition to being a community partner, each of Subia’s Subway locations are identified as Safe Place sites.

 

In the News

  • Tip Top Thrift Shop

      Tip Top has been a staple in the Benson area for many years. Here are a few things that make this thrift shop one not to miss on your next shopping trip. 1. The merchandise is constantly changing. Tip Top receives donations every day, and they are all priced to sell. The key to finding the best […]

  • Safe Place

    If a youth has ever been in a dangerous situation, they need to know about Safe Place. If a teen is the victim of assault or violence, they need to know about Safe Place. If any young person is ever afraid to return home, they need to know about Safe Place.  What is Safe Place? […]

  • Poem by Anonymous

      Picture and poem by a current YES youth.  

  • Street Out Reach Program: Lonnie’s Story

    Lonnie’s life has had many different paths, and for a long time it didn’t have a clear direction. At the age of 7, Lonnie was adopted. He had parents, siblings, and a place to call home. But all of that quickly changed after he turned 18. It was at that time his parents decided that […]