Main Line: 402.444.4350
File a Protection Order
To file a protection order, follow the guidelines on the Protection Order Office's website—it provides detailed information on how to file a protection order. An advocate from the Women's Center for Advancement (WCA) is available to help you fill out a protection order at the WCA office or at the court house in the protection order office.
You can call the WCA main line or Protection Order Office to consult with an advocate or plan to meet with them to fill out the protection order.
OPD Emergency: 911
Contact police in an emergency.
222 S 29th St | Omaha, NE 68131
WCA Main Line: 402.345.6555
24/7 Crisis Hotline: 402.345.7273
24/7 Spanish Hotline: 402.672.7118
Speak with an Advocate
WCA advocates are people with whom you can talk about your domestic violence/sexual assault situation and ensure that the information is kept confidential. They have the training and knowledge of resources needed to help guide you through the various systems you may encounter, like:
- Criminal justice
- Legal, medical, child protection and safety
- Health and human services
Advocates are first responders for victims of domestic violence/sexual assault at area hospitals and from law enforcement reports. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Emergency Department | 8303 Dodge St
Emergency Department | 707 N 190th Plz
24/7 Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Hotline: 402.354.8899
Receive Medical Attention
Methodist Women's Hospital offers adult and teen victims of sexual assault and/or domestic violence a place to go where they can receive immediate, comprehensive and compassionate care as well as evidence collection from health care professionals specifically trained and educated to meet their unique needs.
The Sexual Assault Response Team (SART), led by specially-trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) work with victim advocates, law enforcement and survivors to treat sexual assault and/or domestic violence 24 hours a day.
Learn more about the Heidi Wilke SANE/SART Survivor Program
The Boys Town National Hotline is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and staffed by specially trained Boys Town counselors.
2-1-1 can be accessed via phone or computer. It is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people with local health and human services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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