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OMAHA CHRISTIAN SINGLES: See Monday World Herald for schedule of meetings of this and other divorce support groups and their contact numbers or (http://www.omahachristiansingles.com/).

STEPPING STONES: a six-week recovery group for the divorced and widowed offers emotional support, educational resources, and covers key issues and phases experienced in the process of relationship loss. For registration/additional information call Rita Fish, coordinator, at Presbyterian Church of the Master (2815 N. 108th St.) 402-498-0871 or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS: Chapter 86 of "PWP" is composed for both custodial and non-custodial parents who participate in a wide variety of programs and events, designed to encourage the single parent family to fulfillment. Their activities include dances, discussion groups, trips and social evenings in a group, such as dining out, theater evenings and similar events. PWP publishes a monthly newsletter, which details the activities, and events scheduled that month. For further information call 402-341-5393 or (http://www.parentswithoutpartners.org).

POSITIVE PARENTING FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP for information call 402-553-3000 or (http://heartlandfamilyservice.org).

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS COUNCIL OF NEIA, INC. is a group of non-custodial parents interested in co-parenting their children, and providing resources to support children's rights to having two loving parents involved in their lives. For information call 402-330-3353.

SINGLE DADS is a group that enables single dads to discuss real issues and real solutions/avenues to those issues from a male perspective. Meetings are held monthly, for more information contact Bruce at 402-593-9390 or 402-537-4763.

WIDOWED AND DIVORCED CATHOLICS OF OMAHA: Although membership is approximately 60% Catholic men and women, this organization is open to people of all faiths. General meetings are held the second Tuesday evening of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium at New Cassel Retirement Center, 900 North 90th Street. In addition to monthly meetings the group offers recreational, social and spiritual activities for adults and children. To be included on the mailing list, go to a monthly meeting or call 402-55l-9003 for information or (http://www.beginningexperienceofomaha.org).

FATHERS FOR A LIFETIME is a program provided by Omaha Healthy Start, 2201 North 30th St. Omaha, and is an 8 week support and education program to assist fathers in improving their parenting skills and provide information regarding their rights and responsibilities to their children.
Call 402-455-2229 – brochures also available.

 

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