Fresh Hope has new contact information!

Fresh Hope has an updated contact and location, and we want to make sure to keep you in the loop!

We have moved our office location and we now have a new mailing address and telephone number. To reach us, please contact us here:

1-888-815-HOPE (815-4673)

  • To speak to reception or leave a voicemail, you would press “0”
  • To speak to Nicole or leave a message for Pastor Brad, press ext. 700
  • To speak to Susan, press ext. 702
  • To speak to Donna about Trauma Healing, press ext. 704

Our new mailing address is:

Fresh Hope
5421 N. 103rd Street, Ste. 100
Omaha, NE  68134

Thank you so much for your support!

Fresh Hope is a faith-based non-profit that empowers people to live well in spite of their mental health challenge.

YOUR gift will provide a person with God’s Fresh HOPE for daily living. Click here to donate, today.

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What Your Gift Can Do for Offering Hope to the Hopeless

For every 32 cents given, we are able to offer hope for a week to one person who has a mental health challenge.

For every $16.64 given annually, we are able to offer hope for one year to one person.

Any amount you are able to give will help to offer hope to the hopeless.

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