Breaking the Cycle of Violence

Megan Schnepel

Biography and background

Our History


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

Laurie Nelson
Biography and background

Our founder

Heather Duhachek-Chase

I whole-heartedly believe that all children deserve happiness, peace of mind, and to sleep soundly at night without being concerned that their parent or caregiver is going to hurt them or their family. Sadly, children exposed to domestic violence can have fear and pain enter their lives.

Five years ago we opened a two room office in Omaha, NE. At the time I was the sole employee. Today we have expanded our Omaha office and have added an additional office in Fremont, NE. We have assisted hundreds of survivors and children to break the cycle of violence in their families.

2011 - Generation Hope received the certificate of organization seal to do business in the State of Nebraska.

2012 - Generation Hope opened an office in Omaha, NE to better serve the growing metro area.

2014 - Generation Hope opened an office in Fremont, NE to better serve clients in rural areas.

2018 - Generation Hope underwent a complete update and streamlined the company to better serve the growing client base.

Heather Duhachek-Chase, MS, LIMHP

our team

Monica Massengale

Biography and background

Taylor Shoen

Biography and background

Heather Duhachek-Chase
Biography and background

Antonia McClain

Biography and background

Generation Hope Family

Counseling & Consulting

Public awareness

To kick off October's Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we gather together in Downtown, Omaha, NE and march. We march for awareness. We march for support. 

Setting Us Apart

Our entire team has received the training and is fulfilling the requirements of TF-CBT training to better server our clients.