Welcome to the Sarpy County Resource Connection!
Sarpy Country residents have many resources available to them, and sometimes, finding the right resources for your needs can be difficult. This resources page has been created for those seeking assistance, experiencing a crisis, or just wanting to learn more about the resources available in Sarpy County Community.
The resources listed below are collection of those not found in either the MyLink or 211 apps.
The PLCS Community Closet
The PLCS Community Closet provides FREE clothing, personal hygiene items, food, and toys for the whole family. It is available for any family in Papillion La Vista Community Schools or anyone living within the district.
Lift Up Sarpy County
Lift Up Sarpy County is a community response organization that serves as a conduit between many organizations, all of whom inform and support each other on family and individual needs.
United Way of the Midlands
Since 1923, United Way of the Midlands has served the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro by bridging the business and not-for-profit sectors to create a Circle of Support that helps our neighbors overcome difficult challenges and start building a better future.
Heartland Family Service
Heartland Family Service offers programs and services that provide critical human services to the individuals and families who ultimately shape the future of our community in the following program focus areas: Child & Family Well-Being, Counseling & Prevention, and Housing, Safety, & Financial Stability.
Cuddigan Law – Social Security Disability Resources
Sarpy County Community Resource Guide
Sarpy.gov – Community Resource Directory
Housing Foundation for Sarpy County Community
Resource List for Older Adults and Caregivers – Douglas and Sarpy Counties
Nebraska.gov – Community Resources
Sarpy/Cass County Health Department
Working to improve the lives of all Sarpy and Cass County residents through prevention, promotion, and protection of the public's health
An app designed to help you build your life routines, practice emotional awareness, and connect with a community.
Region Six – Behavioral Healthcare
Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare has the responsibility to plan, develop, and maintain a network of behavioral health providers that it contracts with to provide services.
Community and Recreation
Official site for Sarpy County Government, providing court information, online payment methods for taxes and fines, career opportunities with Sarpy County, and general county news and announcements.
Founded in 1913, Fontenelle Forest is one of Nebraska’s oldest conservation organizations and one of the largest private nature centers in the nation. The mission of Fontenelle Forest is to provide a place where people can experience and enjoy the quiet wild of nature. We want to inspire current and future generations to care for the natural world.
Schram Education Center
Part of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Schramm Education Center is a state-of-the-art educational center that allows visitors to learn about Nebraska’s aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems through unique, interactive exhibits.
Omaha National Cemetery
Part of the National Cemetery Administration, this 236-acre can serve the burial needs of more than 112,000 veterans over the next 100 years and is the second Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) national cemetery in Nebraska.
Bellevue Parks and Trails Finder
Cascio Pool - Bellevue
Dowding Pool - Bellevue
Gilbert Pool - Bellevue
Eagle Ridge Park and Splash Pad - Papillion
First Street Plaza Splash Pad - Papillion
Schwer Park and Splash Pad - Papillion
Gretna City Pool
Cimarron Woods Splash Pad - La Vista
La Vista Municipal Pool
Bellevue Public Schools
Gretna Public Schools
Papillion La Vista Public Schools
Springfield Platteview Community Schools
Bellevue Christian Academy
Cornerstone Christian School
Gross Catholic High School
St. Bernadette School
St. Columbkille School
St. Mary’s Elementary School
St. Matthew Catholic School
This page was created as part of a legacy project by our Leadership Sarpy graduates: Paula Dennison, Terri Dodds, Charlsi Kratina, Adam Stoskopf, and Chad Svagera