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Our Mission

To reduce the incidence, trauma and secrecy of child sexual abuse by providing professionally guided self-help groups for child victims, adult victims and their families.

Who We Are & What We Do

Parents United offers support groups to anyone affected by child sexual abuse.  Adults served by Parents United include adults molested as children, non-offending parents/foster parents, offenders, parents/foster parents of children with sexual behavior problems, and people who support any of the above such as partners, parents, or siblings.  Daughters & Sons United, a program of Parents United, serves children and adolescents who have been sexually abused, as well as their siblings.

Groups run in 12-week cycles with new cycles starting throughout the year.

Groups for children are free and adult groups are offered at $12.00 per 12-week cycle.  Scholarships are available for those who may struggle to pay the full $12.00. It is the belief of Parents United that everyone deserves help and cost should never be a barrier.

Parents United welcomes invitations to speak to groups about child sexual abuse and has a commitment to community awareness and public education.

Adults

Children

Meeting Dates & Times

Parents United for Adults and Daughters & Sons:

Groups run in 12-week cycles throughout the year. Please call the Coordinator for specific dates.

Note:  The location of the groups are not published except to caretakers, child protective service workers, facilitators and group members (after they have gone through the intake process) to protect the individual group members.  For planning purposes, know that these groups are held in the downtown Omaha area.
 

Contact Information

Parents United Against Child Sexual Abuse
(A program of Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc.)

Program Coordinator:

Trish Jolly-Duran, PLMHP
120 South 24th Street, Suite 100
Omaha, NE 68102

Office: (402) 978-5631
Fax:    (402) 661-7117

tjolly-duran@lfsneb.org
www.parentsunitedomaha.org

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