This award is to fund OHB Transitional and Independent Living Programs. Thanks to the generosity of United Way donors, young men and women in the Home’s Jacobs’ Place Transitional Living and Branching Out® Independent Living programs will receive additional support.
Ron Ahrens, who has extensive experience in residential care programming and administration, has joined the Omaha Home for Boys as the new Residential Program Director.
In his new role, Ahrens oversees many of the campus departments, including residential living for youth and house parents, admissions and family services, wellness and recreation, education and food services.
The youth from the Home’s Anderson Cottage won by a whopping 27 points over second-place Neef Cottage to win the2015 Omaha Home for Boys Winter Olympics. Bruner Cottage finished third. The Cottage champs and individual medal winners were recognized February 18 during evening dinner. The four-week, 13-event Olympics — which included mostly traditional summer Olympic
The Omaha Home for Boys welcomed our first calf of 2015 today at Cooper Memorial Farm —a bouncing baby bull. Mother and baby are reportedly doing just fine. The Home’s Valley View 4-H program has been a staple at Cooper Memorial Farm since 1948 and continues strong today. Several of the youth who reside on