Blue Valley Community Action Partnership closes Hebron office indefinitely

Blue Valley Community Action Partnership closes Hebron office indefinitely
The BVCA Thrift Store sign in Hebron.

HEBRON – Blue Valley Community Action Partnership has decided to close the Hebron office indefinitely, due to continuing concerns about some areas of the structure.

BVCA announced the news on Facebook Monday.

BVCAP is now looking for a temporary location for the Hebron office while the administration team determines the best course of action for securing a new permanent location.

There’s a need for office space, along with storage for the food pantry and Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

Those who know of a site that could work as a temporary location are encouraged to contact BVCAP at 402-729-2278 and ask for CEO Shari Miller, or Family and Community Services Director Ryan Bailey.

BVCAP says they remain committed to maintaining a physical location in Thayer County. The organization is also committed to offering all services during this transition.

The exception is the Hebron thrift store, which will be closed until a permanent solution is found.

During this time, BVCAP is unable to accept donations for the thrift store.  Clients in Thayer County are encouraged to call BVCAP’s Geneva office at 402-759-3564 to schedule appointments in the meantime.

BVCAP says they’ll do everything they can to ensure clients don’t have to drive out of the county to receive services.

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