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Heartland Family Service offices will be closed to the public on President’s Day, Monday, February 19.

Save the Date! February 24 2004 at Embassy Suites, La Vista

Salute to Families

For nearly 40 years, HFS has been hosting this event to celebrate strong families and individuals in the community who place a high priority on building and strengthening their bonds, while encouraging individual growth and community involvement.

Join us at our Salute to Families event as we honor these families and family advocates.

African American couple with their son and daughter.

Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023

To sponsor this event or ask questions, please contact: 

Veronica Kuelber
VKuebler@HeartlandFamilyService.org

(402)-552-7424

20th Annual Strike a Chord - Night at the Awards. Friday, June 7 2024, 6pm. Mid America Center

Salute to Families

We’ve reached a real milestone! Come join us for a fun evening at the now 20th annual Heartland Family Service “Strike a Chord” Gala – Night at the Awards.

Thank you for supporting Heartland Family Service. So Everyone Can.

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Housing, Safety, & Community Well-Being

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Counseling & Prevention

Therapeutic services for treatment, intervention, and prevention

Hannah Can.

For Hannah, “can” meant healing from trauma.

Desta Can.

For Desta and her family, “can”
meant rebuilding family bonds.

Cassandra Can.

For Cassandra, “can” meant
overcoming addiction.

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