The Nebraska Resource and Referral System Direct Service Database contains information about community agencies and organizations that provide services to Nebraskans. This website is valuable tool, connecting Nebraskans to the services and resources they need via the Internet. The NRRS content staff continuously reviews the site for accuracy and timeliness. Read more about the NRRS project history.
Easy to Use and Available Anytime
Use of NRRS continues to grow. During the past state fiscal year over 10,000 individual searches were completed by users.
The dream of sharing resources accessible to families 24 hour per day has been realized. NRRS has demonstrated that a dream shared by multiple agencies and individuals can come true with determination and cooperation. Once Nebraskans put the needs of families above all else and removed turf issues from the process, NRSS was able to become the method where our most precious commodity - our resources could be shared.
The system specifications are available to any state willing to build a resource system. Our goal is to expand the vision of 24-hour access to resources from a Nebraska model to a nationwide model where all families and individuals can benefit.
Terms and Conditions of Use
Please read our Terms and Conditions of Use
for our site.
Registering with the Nebraska Resource and Referral System – Account Services
As a service to our users, the Nebraska Resource and Referral System features My NRRS - a means for you to create, update, print and email your saved resource lists. We also offer Resource Providers the opportunity to update and maintain their resource information. In order to use these services, you must become a registered user of the NRRS, using Account Services
. Account Services is a single-sign-on authentication service and is free and easy to use. Learn more about Account Services
and register with the NRRS.
The Nebraska Resource and Referral System is a project of the Center on Children, Families, and the Law at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and is supported by funding from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
If you would like to contact us, please visit our Contact Us
page. Or, if you have any questions or would like additional information on the NRRS please contact Charlie Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Director for Answers4Families.org.