Register for Safe Quarters!
Registration Now Open for the 19th Annual Safe Quarters on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021 Safe Quarters is a one-day, community-wide effort to collect financial contributions for victims of domestic violence and their children seeking refuge at Friendship...Read More ››
With the weather getting warmer, school out for the summer, and outdoor activities kicking off, our needs are changing. During the summer months, the families we serve can spend more time together and more time outdoors, so...Read More ››
A History of Racial Injustice
This Month in History Friendship Home is proud to feature the Equal Justice Initiatives new digital experience of A History of Racial Injustice that highlights events on this day in history as a set of tools for...Read More ››
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence is a pattern of physical assaults, threats and coercive behaviors used to maintain control over a current or former intimate partner. Abusive behaviors can include ongoing verbal, emotional, sexual, physical, psychological and economic abuse, and...Read More ››
Anita, mother of two children, aged 10 and 12, had fearfully disclosed to a member of her church that her husband, Brian, was abusing her. That member berated Brian about it, which only served to intensify the...Read More ››
A 4-Star Charity!
Friendship Home recently received notice from Charity Navigator that we have earned our fifth consecutive 4-star rating. Friendship Home is one of only five charities in Lincoln to have four-star status and has the highest rating. According...Read More ››
Brain Injury & Domestic Violence
In the recent Strictly Business magazine, Friendship Home Addresses Connection between Brain Injury and Domestic Violence Friendship Home’s Healthcare Navigator works with domestic violence survivors to access primary, reproductive, and behavioral healthcare. A collaborative project, Brain Injury,...Read More ››
Miriam worked full time at a local bank and lived with her boyfriend, Joey. When she became pregnant, the sporadic abuses she had experienced from Joey became far more frequent and violent. Miriam was the primary lease...Read More ››