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CEDARS breaks ground on Carriage House, a home for pregnant and parenting teens who are facing homelessness.

CEDARS volunteer and board member, Judy Halstead, is honored with the Hometown Heroes Award in recognition of her outstanding volunteer service to the local community.

With the historic development of a grant from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, CEDARS is extending their Street Outreach Services to youth experiencing homelessness in Omaha.

CEDARS Street Outreach staff helped 18-year-old Owen find the safety, stability, and confidence he needed after he was no longer welcome at home.

In 1983, Jim and Lois Hannon chose to spend their retirement as house parents in a CEDARS group home. Now, over 40 years later, their son is building on that legacy by supporting the kids at CEDARS in a new way.

CEDARS is developing a specialized expansion of our Emergency Shelter focused on providing safety and stability for pregnant and parenting youth facing homelessness. This expansion, known as the Carriage House, is a...