ANNUAL MARCH FOR AWARENESS

Omaha-Metro resources and contacts that offer services to individuals and families who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, physical and emotional abuse, neglect and other traumas. 

Nicole Rugg


Therapist

Roni Hyde

LIMHP

Therapist

Breaking the Cycle of Violence

  • Tuesday, September 24th, 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Please meet at the Douglas County Department of Corrections (17th Street) where the march will begin. Walk with us to the Douglas County Court House (Farnam Street). After the march, please stay and hear community speakers. 

Help

for families

hope

for the future

Our Mission

United we stand to break the cycle of violence through intervention, education, empowerment and treatment that begins with our children so that someday no child will go to bed with bruises on their body or fear in the their heart.

Working with victims and offenders to change the cycle of domestic violence

USING TRAUMA-FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY

Working with those who have experienced traumatic grief, domestic violence, and more!

Laurie Nelson

LMHP

Therapist

Lavonda McClinton


Therapist

Emily Niess


Therapist

Quick Links Generation Hope Counseling in Omaha

Breaking the Cycle of Violence

about Us

Monica Massengale

PLMHP

Therapist

Meet Our Team

‚ÄčThe use of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) is one thing that sets us apart from other agencies. This evidence based (i.e. examined and reviewed across several hundreds of cases for long term positive effects) has been shown not only to return children manage and cope with the experiences, it has also shown lifelong (i.e. long-term) lasting effects!

Generation Hope provides mental health counseling to children and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, physical and emotional abuse, neglect, and other traumas.

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Generation Hope Family

Counseling & Consulting

During this course offenders and victims will learn about the devastating impacts of exposing children to domestic violence. They will learn that by exposing their children to domestic violence this could have a negative impact on them developmentally, emotionally, behaviorally, physically, and socially for their rest of their lives.