Comprehensive and coordinated behavioral health services including psychotherapy, medication management, family support, and education, care coordination and supported employment and education services are provided by a team of professionals for those ages 14-35 who have recently begun to experience psychosis.
The Professional Partner Program provides voluntary, family-centered case management services based on the wraparound model for severely emotionally disturbed children, young adults, and their families. The program is designed to help families achieve stability, improve functioning, and community integration.
Peer support uses an empathetic approach to empowering individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorders through supporting, motivating, and advocating for those we work with to move toward recovery. Peer support is provided by trained individuals in our community who have lived experience with mental health and/or substance use disorders and have successfully moved into a recovery lifestyle.
This service is provided by a licensed behavioral health professional who can complete a brief mental health status exam and/or substance use screening, conduct a risk assessment, provide crisis intervention, make referrals (if appropriate) and consult with hospital emergency room personnel, if necessary. This service is accompanied by law enforcement and must be activated by law enforcement, the NE Helpline or local community homeless shelters.
A highly structured residential treatment program for individuals with a primary substance use disorder and co-occurring severe and persistent mental illness. The program provides integrated treatment and works to stabilize mental health systems while engaging the individual in a program of rehabilitation and recovery.