Women at the Santa Monica House hold hands after a group meeting.

Boys Town

National crisis hotline, 800-448-3000

137th Street and West Dodge Road; 402-498-6540; www.boystown.org, www.boystownhospital.org, www.boystownpediatrics.org

Long-term residential homes for youths ages 10 to 18, counseling, education, short-term inpatient treatment, parenting programs. Boys Town National Research Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry specializes in the management and treatment of developmental, behavioral and mental health problems in young children and adolescents. Boys Town Pediatrics Behavioral Health Clinic provides assistance with a range of challenges, from eating disorders to phobias.

Centerpointe Campus for Hope

1490 N. 16th St.; 402-827-0570; www.centerpointe.org

Provides residential treatment programs for residents of Cass, Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy and Washington Counties who are experiencing mental health and substance abuse issues. Services provided through CenterPointe of Lincoln.

CHI Health

402-717-4673; www.chihealth.com/mental-health

Provides specialized psychiatric and chemical dependency services for children through seniors, offering home care, outpatient, partial hospitalization and inpatient services. Locations include Immanuel Hospital and Mercy Council Bluffs Hospital; Heritage Center for people age 55 and older; Glenwood Psychiatric Mental Health Institute for Children; Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility for children in Omaha; Lasting Hope Recovery Center; and clinics throughout the metro area. The Hope Recovery Center is a 64-bed psychiatric facility for adults experiencing mental illness and multi-occurring substance abuse disorders.

Community Alliance

4001 Leavenworth St.; 402-341-5128; www.community-alliance.org

Provides an array of treatment and rehabilitation services, homeless outreach, family education and peer support, job training, independent living instruction and housing programs for adults with mental illness.

Douglas County Community Mental Health Center

4102 Woolworth Ave.; 402-444-7930; cmhc.douglascounty-ne.gov

Situated in the Douglas County Health Center, inpatient services consist of two units: one is a 22-bed unit providing patients with 24-hour observation and therapeutic management, and the other is an eight-bed psychiatric intensive care unit providing a higher level of observation and treatment for patients who are experiencing a more severe level of crisis. Also offers outpatient services, day treatment for short-term, acute phases and diversion programs for individuals with serious mental health issues who are in the criminal justice system.

Fremont Health Behavioral Health

450 E. 23rd St., Fremont; 402-941-7850 (inpatient), 402-941-7245 (outpatient); www.fremonthealth.com

Fremont Health Medical Center, part of Methodist Health System, provides inpatient and outpatient services. Inpatient features 20 private rooms for persons age 19 and older. Acute care is given to voluntary and involuntary patients experiencing a range of emotional or behavioral symptoms. The outpatient clinic, 2560 N. Healthy Way, offers psychiatric evaluation and medication management; mental health assessment; and individual, family and group therapy for patients age 2 through adulthood.

Kountze Commons

2661 Douglas St.; 402-455-9760

The $10 million building, dedicated last year, provides four services — a behavioral health clinic, two medical clinics and a food pantry — for those who need it the most. The project is a partnership of Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church, Lutheran Family Services and Methodist Health System. This location houses outpatient mental health services, a mobile crisis response team and psychotherapy for trauma victims.

Nebraska Medicine/UNMC

4200 Emile St.; 800-922-0000; www.nebraskamed.com/behavioral-health

The University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Department of Psychiatry provides clinical services for children through older adults. Inpatient services are provided at the Nebraska Medical Center campus and the Veterans Administration Hospital in Omaha. Nebraska Medicine’s service options include clinical psychology, neuropsychology, psychiatric care, geriatric mental health, addiction, postpartum, reproductive psychiatry and pain management. Services are provided through the Munroe-Meyer Institute, Neurological Sciences Center at Clarkson Doctors Building North, Psychology at Specialty Services Pavilion and at clinics and locations throughout the greater Omaha area.

Santa Monica House

130 N. 39th St. and 401 S. 39th St.; 402-558-7088; www.santamonicahouse.org

Offers a family-style residential program including individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, life skills training and relapse prevention to help women with addiction and trauma recovery. Operates a half-way house and a three-quarter-way house.

Sheehan Center

3300 N. 60th St.; 402-554-0520; www.ccomaha.org

Outpatient alcohol and substance abuse treatment for adults. Walk-in addiction and mental health evaluations offered. Gambling addiction services also available. Operated by Catholic Charities.

Omaha VA Community Resource & Referral Center

825 Dorcas St., Suite 200; 402-995-4010; www.nebraska.va.gov

The center provides veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness with one-stop access to community-based, multi-agency services to promote permanent housing, health and mental health care, career development and access to VA and non-VA benefits.

Vet Center

3047 S. 72nd St.; 402-346-6735; www.nebraska.va.gov

Provides a broad range of counseling, outreach and referral services to combat veterans and their families. Services for a veteran may include individual and group counseling in areas such as post-traumatic stress disorder, alcohol and drug assessment and suicide prevention referrals. All services are free and confidential.

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