Family Support Services
Serving Chase, Dundy, Frontier, Hays, Hitchcock, Lincoln, Perkins, and Red Willow counties
Please contact Family Support Services Coordinator Tonya Olsen at 308.882.3065 or email@example.com to learn more.
Food assistance is available for those in need. To request help, or for more information, contact Bill Sullivan, Imperial Regional Manager at 402.327.6298 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Immigration Legal Services
Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska is certified by the Department of Justice to practice immigration law as authorized representatives. Forms include:
- Permanent Residency
and more. Spanish interpretation is available upon request. To speak with our Immigration Legal Services Program, please call 402.327.6244
Support CSS Imperial
Please call our store (308.882.3065) for our current donation guidelines.
Your gifts, both large and small, will help us bring Hope in the Good Life to those we help together in the 8-county area served by our outreach office. Click here to donate online.
Our Imperial outreach office and thrift store offers many opportunities for individuals, families, and parish communities to serve those in need. Ultimately, we are about service to one another: the disabled, the aged, the newcomer, and the poor among us.
Join us! To get started, please fill out our simple online volunteer application.
The latest CSS Imperial News
"As we approached St. Gianna’s feast day this past April 28th, God blessed me with frequent opportunities to reflect on her example of loving her little one and choosing to preserve her baby’s life no matter the cost." In our latest No Greater Love newsletter, SGP Manager Veronica Hotovy shares working with a mother who expressed feeling like she was “trapped in a dark alley with no way out.” Thanks to you, we enveloped this mom in love, support, and #HopeintheGoodLife light.
This delicious recipe is perfect comfort food! Ham, canned green beans, and potatoes are cooked to create a hearty one-pot meal.
''Love and sacrifice are closely linked, like the sun and the light. We cannot love without suffering, and we cannot suffer without love.'' That quote from St. Gianna reflects the work of the Marian Sisters, who are advocates for women escaping domestic violence who receive services through our St. Gianna Program (SGP). In this podcast, we hear how Sr. Carol, Sr. Karen, and Sr. Bernadette help these women and families experience love for themselves and make the necessary sacrifices to build better lives and find Hope in the Good Life.
Diana Amaya didn't know six years ago that getting a food pantry from Hastings Catholic Social Services would eventually change her life. This survivor of domestic violence is now helping others find Hope in the Good Life as a Bilingual Family Support Services Coordinator and Case Manager for Hastings CSS. Diana tells us how the Holy Spirit guided her to where she is today.