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Central Access

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 14-25 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 Emily Boardman or complete the Central Access Navigation Referral Form online.

Emily Boardman, MSW
Director of Central Access Navigation: Project Everlast Omaha

P: 402.384.4666
C: 402.310.0800

If you are a minor, you must fill out the PDF Referral Form and submit to Emily Boardman,

You are eligible for Project Everlast services if you are:

  • Between the ages of 14-25
  • Live in Douglas, Sarpy, or Pottawattamie counties
  • Have experience in one or more of these areas:
    • Foster care
    • Pregnant and/or parenting
    • Homelessness
    • Human trafficking
    • Justice system
    • Lack overall family support

If you do not fit into these categories, please reach out to Emily Boardman at 402-310-0800 or at and we can find you alternative services in the community from one of our community partners!


If you are older than age 26+, live in Douglas County, and have a minor in your home, you are eligible for Central Navigation Services through BRIDGE Family Resource Connector Network.