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I Changed

Markus should have been thinking about school activities, socializing, the upcoming holidays and Snapchat. Instead, his thoughts were consumed with wondering where he was going to sleep that night and how he would survive the streets…until Omaha Home for Boys changed his fate.

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My First Place

In Mizetta’s words, she “had it all.” She was living in Texas with her aunt, working and taking general studies courses at a local college. She loved her friends, her school and her easy life. But then a devastating family tragedy occurred and she felt she needed to be closer to her immediate family. She moved north to Nebraska where she soon found that more than just 800 miles separated her from her old carefree life.

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At a Crossroad

Angel knew his past did not paint a very good picture for anyone looking to take a chance on him. His file was filled with a history of substance abuse issues, run-ins with the law, and burglary and weapons charges. The victim of an unstable childhood, he was dealing and using drugs when he was

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Stepping Stones

Omaha Home for Boys provided consistent care and resources for every phase of Isidro’s teenage and young adult life, helping him find his way to higher education and an optimistic future. If the shy grin on the young man’s face pictured at right looks familiar, you’re not mistaken. Isidro was first introduced to readers in

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Finding Joy

As a teenager, Joy faced many obstacles. She had little support and was working two jobs to make ends meet on her own. After she graduated from high school, Joy was living with her boyfriend’s parents with no solid plan for her future. She was struggling to find her own path and wanted to dictate something new for herself. That’s when she was introduced to Jacobs’ Place, the Omaha Home for Boys’ Transitional Living program.

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Hitting Her Stride

Sarah is the first to admit her life thus far has been anything but a fairytale. She’s also the first to admit some of the poor choices she made along the way didn’t exactly help.

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A Place to Call Home

From his first day at the Omaha Home for Boys, Koran decided he wanted to change his life and make the most of his future.

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Natasha Pursues her Passion Thanks to Jacobs’ Place and the Omaha Home for Boys

The first time Natasha’s father hurt her, he left marks on her arm and neck. But having been conditioned most of her life to accept abuse as the norm, she put up with it. The second time, he left no visible signs of his abuse despite throwing her down a flight of stairs — but

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Lessons Learned at OHB, Jacobs’ Place Give Youth Positive Direction

By the age of 4, Jeff Landholt had been subjected to treatment and circumstances unfit for most adults. With their dad passed out on the couch and mom most likely strung out or dealing, he and his three sisters were often forced to find ways to make adult decisions to survive and take care of one another.

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Proud to be an American

Pal Chol has been living in the United States for more than 10 years now, but he just recently became a citizen. Since 2012, he’s been participating in our Branching Out program that helps independent men and women in various ways. He’s been active in the program ever since, keeping close ties with his Independent Living Specialist, Jim Hubbard, and learning new ways to live independently and be successful.

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