Do you have a loved one who is incarcerated?
Incarceration brings its own set of struggles to a family. You may be thinking: What happens next? How do we stay connected? Where do I find support?
We’re here for you!
Through Christian Heritage's Family Advocate Services you will find a Family Advocate who will come alongside you to explore your strengths and walk with you through your problem solving process. There will be regularly-scheduled community events and classes to connect you with others who are experiencing the same things you are. We also provide assistance in building your support system and seeking out resources.
Our Family Advocates
Rhoni Bruhn began working in the Human Services field as a Family Support Worker in 2002. It didn’t take long for her to realize how much she loved walking alongside families through some of their most difficult days and watching them grow. Rhoni has earned her B.A. in Psychology and Biblical Studies and is passionate about helping families build on their strengths to achieve their goals. You may reach her at email@example.com or 402.310.5111.
After providing in-home daycare for five years, Andi Bishop received her B.A. in Behavioral Science to enhance her career in helping families and children. Her passion to work with families is fueled by her own life experiences. Andi believes it is never too late to change and that all people deserve to have positive support in their lives. You may reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.805.1143.
Family Connections Events
- Who? All caregivers of children impacted by incarceration
- What? Time to connect and learn with other caregivers (childcare provided), free lunch, and respite time for caregivers
- When? Third Saturday of every month - 10:30 to 3:00
- Where? Immanuel Lutheran Church - 2001 S 11th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
- Contact Andi Bishop to RSVP or if you have questions. Call or text her at 402.805.1143 or email her at email@example.com.
- Provided by Christian Heritage, Immanuel Lutheran Church, and Prison Fellowship