Everyone needs help sometime.  Below are community resources available to the communjity for those in need.  These lists do not include every resources available: it does contain the ones we are aware of.  It is our gift to help you.  If you have a suggestion or updates; please email

Greater Omaha Area

Omaha Community Resources Pantries, Clothing, Rent Assistance, Grief, Churches, Energy Assistance, Mental Health

LGBTQ Open, Affirming, Welcoming Churches Open and affirming churches welcoming the LGBTQ+ Communities

Find an AA Meeting in Omaha AA Meetings in the Omaha Metro area


Chaplain Royal officiates weddings, and will conduct pastoral clergy visits, in most area and regional facilities with advanced notice.  He is approved with the State of Nebraska Dept. of Corrections, Douglas County Corrections Omaha, and the Pottawattamie County Jail in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

LGBTQ+ Alphabet Soup

Explanation of LGBTQ+ Terms


4501 S. 96th Street
Omaha, NE 68127
Office/Voice Mail 402-575-7006
Text Message (402) 909-1668


National Resources

The Trevor Project GLTBQ+ Life line

Boys Town Hotline Resource Resources teens, parents and families

Black and Pink.  Black & Pink is an open family of LGBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other.

Welcoming Resources for Congregations and Organizations For churches seeking to be open and affirming

The Task Force (The National LGBTQ Task Force) 

Smart Recovery-Secular Program (Non Religious Addiction Services) Secular recovery program

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255

GLESN Gay Lesbian Straight Educators Network

National Center for Transgender Equality.  Resources for the Transgender community and allies.


Chaplain Royal will officiate a legal wedding ceremony at no charge for couples when one ore more are hospitalized, and/or in hospice.