Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska Helps Flooding Victims Omaha, Neb., March 16, 2019 — As many in our communities are facing challenges due to the devastating floods, Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska (LFS), with offices in Fremont and across the state, is here for our employees, our clients and our community. Many of those impacted by the floods do not speak English. LFS has interpreters available to anyone who needs communication help. Please call 833-588-4326 for interpretation assistance. Shelter sites at First Lutheran Church, Trinity Lutheran Church, Salem Lutheran, Fremont Nazarene and Fremont Middle School in Fremont are seeking blankets, towels, hygiene products, shovels, laundry soap, bottled water and pre-packaged food to serve those in need. Donations with be accepted at Lutheran Church of the Master - Omaha, NE at 2617 S 114th St. and will be flown into Fremont soon.

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Lauren Kilmer

Adult Behavioral Health Peer Engagement Specialist

“As a peer, I know that recovery is possible.  I want to be that person that helps others, no matter how difficult it may be, because I understand what a client is going through. I want to be able to give my clients the tools they need for their own personal recovery.”

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