Teaching Lessons Learned at OHB

As a Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy, Michael Branon inspires younger sailors by teaching them values that were instilled in him 18 years ago here at Omaha Home for Boys. Read More

Leading by Example

“Honestly, I thought I would be on the streets all my life,” shared Dinero. “I feel proud of myself and happy to be here. It’s turned out to be something good.” Read More

Finding a Family

When twenty-year-old Genesis connected with OHB’s Supportive Housing Program she gained so much more than just a roof over her head. She found a family. Read More

Lifelong Lessons

It's been nearly 20 years since Larry was at OHB, but even today at 33 years old, he still finds himself utilizing skills he learned here as a teen. Read More

Never Again Alone

Birthdays are meant to be remembered, but for Taegen, his milestone 16th birthday is memorable for all of the wrong reasons. Read More

This is Malaki

Aggressive. Insulting. Unmotivated. This is how Malaki speculates his public school teachers in his hometown would have described him, but is he still like this today? Read More