Who We Are
Care Corps Family Services and Low Income Ministry entered into a strategic partnership to legally become Care Corps, Inc., effective August 1, 2018. The partnership offers services under LifeHouse.
For forty five years, Low Income Ministry has been helping families in the Fremont and Dodge County area through the pantry, thrift store, and rent/utilities assistance programs. Low Income Ministry works closely with area churches, organizations, and agencies, this collaboration helps over 500 households, annually, meet the basic needs of food, clothing, and shelter.
Care Corps Family Services began as a homeless shelter in 1996. While they continue to run an emergency shelter, the services Care Corps offers includes transitional housing, permanent housing, rapid rehousing, case management and prevention from homelessness. These services touch over 1000 individuals each year.
The work Care Corps has done to provide support and services to the homeless and near homeless runs parallel to the work Low Income Ministry has done to assist families who are at or below the poverty line. Therefore, it has been a natural transition for both staff and clients as we begin our journey as one organization. With this partnership, we have the unique capabilities to offer broader, more continual services. In doing so, we can assure more sustainable results for the future of the people we serve.
With the support of our community, we look forward to working together and collaborating with the other agencies in Fremont and Dodge County to help prevent poverty and homelessness. The work we all do together can lead our growing population into a sustainable future.
Care Corps' LifeHouse
Supportive Housing Program, Emergency Shelter, and Prevention
723 N. Broad St.
Fremont, NE 68025
Food Pantry & Thrift Store
549 North H St.
Fremont, NE 68025