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Navigating the system of available resources can be confusing for anyone. Young people who are aging out of foster care or who are unconnected have the burden of finding the separate services they need and knitting them together into something that works for their lives.

That's where central access navigation comes in. Project Everlast Omaha provides a Central Access Navigator to help young people age 16 through 25 years old determine what services they need, access those services, and ensure that they're working together to provide a customized system of support.

For more information, contact Omaha's Central Access Navigator Brittney Williams, or complete the Central Access Navigation Referral Form online.