Notre Dame Housing has provided service-enriched, affordable housing for low-to-moderate income seniors for 25 years. We envision creating a community that provides older adults with the resources to maintain a safe, comfortable, and independent lifestyle.
We serve 117 senior residents in North Omaha. Additionally, our senior center is open to the public so any local senior can come to our programs. What makes our model unique? We employ both a Service Coordinator and a Life Enrichment Coordinator for the benefit of the residents. Additionally, we manage a public senior center onsite and a regularly scheduled food pantry for the residents and broader community.
Our on-site Service Coordinator is an incredible support to the people who live here. Our dedicated Service Coordinator helps residents meet their needs through individual assessments, referrals, providing information about available community resources and how to use them, emergency assistance and or crisis intervention. Community partnerships are key to coordinating services for our residents’ and we take pride in building local relationships that enrich residents’ lives and their ability to maintain independence.
Our Service Coordinator accomplishes the following for our residents:
The mission of the Seven Oaks Senior Center (SOSC) is to help seniors improve and maintain a healthy and independent lifestyle and to maximize their quality of life. The SOSC addresses the health, social, recreational, and logistical needs of seniors. We are one of the largest senior center in Douglas County and serve older adults through a wide variety of programs.
The NDH Food Pantry is stocked with donated non-perishable food items. By leveraging our partnerships with businesses, non-profits and other organizations, we are able to positively, and significantly, impact neighbors with great partners such as the Food Bank for the Heartland and Saving Grace.
Every Friday from 12-2PM. Food from Saving Grace.
Third Wednesday of each month from 10AM-2PM. Food from Food Bank of the Heartland.
For more information, please contact us at 402-451-4477.
The Senior Lunch Program is offered year-round to alleviate poor nutrition among older adults, especially those who live alone or on limited incomes. The meals are planned and certified by a dietitian. Combined with the regular socialization provided by our program, we enhance the well-being, health, and dignity of local seniors.
This nutrition program seeks to enhance the physical and mental well-being of the senior population by:
Meals are planned and certified by a dietician to meet one third of each person’s daily nutritional needs, based on FDA guidelines. (Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging)