Box Butte County Agencies

Box Butte County Agencies

United Way of Western Nebraska serving Box Butte County is partnering with thirteen agencies in 2019-2020 that focus on health, education and financial stability.  


CAPstone is a safe, child friendly environment where children who have been abused or neglected can be heard and supported.  Children with allegations of abuse are interviewed at CAPstone by a trained forensic interviewer, the interview is recorded, so child victims do not have to repeat their story and be re-traumatized by retelling their story multiple times. CAPstone serves the eleven counties in the Panhandle of Nebraska and has three satellite offices located in Alliance, Sidney and Alliance.  CAPstone offers advocacy services to child victims and their non-offending family members.  The advocacy services provided are on-going support, education, court school, medical evaluations and referrals for community services.  CAPstone also provides referrals for child victims and non-offending caregivers to receive counseling and mental health evaluations. Our goals are to reduce the trauma suffered by a child during an investigation; to increase successful prosecution of the child abusers; and to promote healing for child victims and their non-offending caregivers.  Contact CAPstone at 308-432-6917or visit their website at

The DOVES Program

At DOVES, we envision a community free of sexual, domestic, and dating violence; a community that fosters healthy sexuality; and a community where every person feels safe and expects healthy relationships.  Our mission is to ensure our empowerment-based and strengths-centered services are available and accessible to anyone who has experienced or been affected by sexual, domestic and dating violence.     


The DOVES Program provides the following free and confidential services throughout Scotts Bluff, Cheyenne, Morrill, Kimball, Banner, Box Butte, Dawes, Sheridan and Sioux Counties:

               24-Hour Assistance

               Immediate, Ongoing & Long-Term Support

               Emergency Safe Shelter

               Assistance with Protection Order Applications

               Court System Information & Support

               Immigration Assistance

               Attorney Referrals

               Transportation Assistance

               Medical Advocacy

               Emergency & Short-Term Financial Assistance

               Food Pantry

               Emergency Cell Phones

               Support Groups

               One-on-One Support Sessions

               Connections to other Community Agencies

               Community Awareness and Education



The DOVES Program’s offices are located at:

             2035 10th Street, P.O. Box 98 (Gering)

             212 Box Butte Ave, Suite B (Alliance)

             342 Main Street (Chadron)

             941 8th Street (Sidney)

Contact the DOVES Program at 866-953-6837 (Help Line) or visit their website at

East Point Horspice

East Point Horspice is a therapeutic riding program open to all ages.  In addition, this program also rescues and rehabilitates horses from abuse and neglect.  Through education, care, rehabilitation and therapy, both the humans and horses lives are improved and enriched.  United Way funds will be used for general operating expenses.  Contact East Point Horspice at 308-762-3848 or visit their website at



Alliance First National Spartans

The purpose of Alliance First National Spartan Baseball is to provide a volunteer administered, recreational program for the youth of Alliance, in order to promote the sport of baseball, to provide an enjoyable recreational learning experience for all participants, to assist youth in maximizing their potential as both players and citizens, and to instill the ideals of sportsmanship, respectfulness, teamwork, loyalty, competition, and commitment. In attempting to obtain these objectives, Alliance First National Spartan Baseball officials, managers, coaches and parents shall, at all times, remember that all endeavors shall be pursued with the welfare of these participants foremost in mind.

Please contact the United Way office at 308-763-8031 for contact information on the Alliance First National Spartans.


Alliance Oldtimers Baseball & Softball

This organization provides baseball opportunities to youth ages 4 through 15.  Program teaches sportsmanship and team values along with the fundamentals of baseball.  This is a summer program with almost 400 kids.  The United Way provides funding that reduces operating costs, and therefore subsidizes registration fees for all participants.

Contact Alliance Oldtimers Baseball & Softball at 762-5100 or visit their website at

Alliance Recreation Center

United Way supports the ARC Afterschool Program by assisting with scholarships.

TeamMates of Alliance
TeamMates works to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential through mentoring.  Mentors meet with mentees one hour each week and create a relationship with their students.  TeamMates of Alliance is making a significant difference in the loves and well-being of youth in Alliance.  

Financial Stability

Community Services (Northwest Community Action Partnership)

Northwest Community Action Partnership (NCAP) operates a Community Services Department in five Nebraska counties, Dawes, Box Butte, Sheridan, Sioux and Cherry.  NCAP provides services to income eligible clients such as emergency rent, utility, food pantry and food distribution, assistance with income tax preparation, job search, family development, employment supports, supports for attaining self-sufficiency, enrollment in the Affordable Care Act Marketplace and other services.  

Contact NCAP Community Services at 308-762-4523 or visit their website at

Community Table
Community Table ensures that No One Leaves Hungry and offers a daily meal Monday through Friday at no cost to anyone in need in the community.  

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity works locally in Box Butte County to build or rehab houses to provide afforadable housing to low income families.  The houses are sold to the family at cost with a 30 year no interest loan.  Habitat for Humanity also help people that need assistance with the upkeep of their property.

Contact the United Way office at 308-763-8031 for contact information for Habitat for Humanity.

Salvation Army

Western Community Health Resources

Western Community Health Resources, a department of Chadron Community Hospital Corp. provides a wide array of services for individuals in Box Butte County.  United Way assists with funding for three program, The Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Patient Prescription Assistance Program, and Vision Assistance Program.

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program is a program of the USDA that flows through the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and is then contracted to local agencies.  This program provides food to individuals over the age of 60 whose income is 130% or less of the Federal Poverty level.  A set food package is distributed to individuals on the program every other month based on USDA guidelines.  It is intended to help low income elderly stretch their grocery dollar by providing many of the staples they need.

The Patient Prescription Assistance Program assists individuals in Box Butte County who cannot afford their medications.  The Prescription Advocate works with the patient and submits applications to the pharmaceutical companies to enable to patient to get their ongoing medications for free.

Contact WCHR at 308-432-2747 or