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RMHC in Omaha Blog

Blog Category: Our Families

Longing for Home

“I just want to go home.” If you’re like most people these days, you probably haven’t spoken those six words in quite some time. With millions and millions of individuals…

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An Update from the House

At RMHC in Omaha, we’re no strangers to illness. The families we serve have children facing a whole host of illnesses, many of which compromise their immune systems, making them…

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Beating the Odds with Grace

April and Jeff Albright have almost always maintained a positive attitude. That same attitude will be needed as they approach a new chapter in their life – parenting two teenagers…

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Seeking Normalcy – and Hope

As the parents of five children, Rolanda and Patrick have grown used to doing whatever is necessary to provide for their family. One could say they, like our organization, take…

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No Longer Alone, In a Home Away from Home

In many ways, Rae and Brandon are a typical Midwestern couple. They live in a small town near Kearney, Nebraska, with their daughters, six-year-old Charliegh, and three-year-old twins Alexis and…

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Finding Community in the Chaos

When Jax was born six weeks premature and had to spend more than two weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit, his parents expected him to deal with a few…

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A Newfound Family in a Second Home

In the fall of 2016, Tania and Jose were expecting their third child. Living in Laredo, Texas, their happy family of four, with sons Jose, Jr. and Gael, was excited…

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A Kitchen That Serves Hope

Growing up, whenever Kylie needed to talk to her parents, there was one room in which they would always congregate: the kitchen. If she needed to chat about something that…

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