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For more than 24 years, City Impact programs have been making a difference for under-served Lincoln families.

Mental Health & Wellness Series

September 5 – September 7

Introducing our comprehensive mental health support program designed specifically for youth and families, providing a safe and nurturing environment where individuals can access education and resources to promote emotional well-being and resilience.

Excerpts from the CDC’s most recent national Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) reveal a stark increase in youth across every racial and ethnic group who felt persistently sad, hopeless and experienced suicidal ideation. Based on the data, our youth in Nebraska and nationwide are reaching a mental health crisis of epidemic levels. City Impact is expanding its services to meet the timely and critical needs of area youth. 

City Impact will host a two-day Mental Health and Wellness series in September. The series will be open to the public, featuring suicide survivor, bestselling author, Stanford University graduate, and former NBA cheerleader Erika J Kendrick. Although Erika was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and generalized anxiety, she didn’t allow her “brain pain” to stop her from slaying her mental monsters. 

The two-day series will be hosted on City Impact’s main campus. 

Day 1: Includes a Cookie Monsters event designed for parents of children ages 8–13. Erika will share content from her latest acclaimed middle-grade novel, COOKIE MONSTERS, a tender-hearted story about emotional growth and mental health support. 

Day 2: Includes a workshop where Erika will lead participants through her award-winning Mental Fitness program and workbook, “WHO MOVED MY HAPPY?” This session will provide each participant with tangible tools to learn how to cope. 

City Impact Homes

Discover the solution to affordable housing with our groundbreaking initiative, ensuring that everyone has access to safe, decent, and affordable homes. We’re committed to breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for individuals and families to thrive, by offering affordable housing options that prioritize sustainability, community engagement, and inclusivity.

City Impact’s Homes initiative helps families rise above their vulnerable circumstances by providing high-quality, affordable housing.  

City Impact Homes does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.

Federal HOME regulations apply to some units at this property. Please be advised all applicants must meet age and income restrictions to qualify for tenancy. Annual income certification is required of all residents at this property. Ethnic background is required for Federal government recording purposes.