Blog: NABHO Member Spotlights

Counseling & Enrichment Center (CEC) is our member spotlight of the week. CEC brings hope to individuals and families coping with behavioral health issues. CEC’s licensed therapists work with each client to find the root cause of their symptoms and heal their mind, body, and spirit in a way that lasts. Providers at CEC specialize in healing early trauma and attachment issues.

CEC offers counseling and educational services to all ages in any location. If you are unable to travel to a Counseling and Enrichment office or access telehealth services, CEC providers will come to you.

The Counseling & Enrichment Center offers hope, recognizes the cause, and resolves the symptoms. For more information on the Counseling & Enrichment Center, visit https://bit.ly/3nv7ZW9 or call 1.800.689.0945.

For our member spotlight this week, we are highlighting Community Alliance, an integrated health care organization.

The mission of Community Alliance is to help individuals with mental illness achieve their unique potential and to live, work, learn and contribute in a community of mutual support. Community Alliance works to support these individuals through psychiatric services, mental health and substance use counseling, primary medical care and a range of rehabilitation, employment, community supports and family and peer support. 

Community Alliance also works to remove the stigma surrounding mental illness and advocate for improved access to mental health care resources. 

To learn more about Community Alliance, visit https://bit.ly/3dJ4Yy7, or call 402.341.5128.

We are spotlighting Children’s Hospital & Medical Center this week. Children’s Hospital & Medical Center is dedicated to improving the life of every child through exceptional clinical care, research, education and advocacy. Children’s Hospital & Medical Center offers a vast array of behavioral health services for children of all ages. We want to highlight the partial hospitalization Eating Disorders Program and the Patient Assistance Team at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center (PATCH).

The partial hospitalization Eating Disorders Program provides group therapy, support and guidance to help children and adolescents age 8 to 22 strengthen their ability to cope and eat appropriately. To learn more about this program, call 402.955.6190 or visit https://bit.ly/3wXTVc6

PATCH is a family-centered, team-based program that promotes quality care and supports positive health care for patients with autism. To learn more about PATCH, visit https://bit.ly/3n4tb5n

For more information on behavioral health care at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, visit https://bit.ly/2QwiJHi.  

The Child Saving Institute (CSI) is our member spotlight of the week! CSI is dedicated to the prevention, intervention and healing of child abuse, neglect and abandonment. For 129 years, CSI has been “Responding to the cry of a child” and meeting the changing needs of Omaha metro area children through its 16 programs. 

CSI provides hope and healing for more than 2,300 children and families each year. CSI’s mental health services include individual and family therapy and medication management services. 

Throughout the pandemic, CSI continues to provide services to children and families in the Omaha community. To learn more, visit https://bit.ly/3fPsJWK, or call 402.553.6000. Therapy sessions are offered in-person and virtually. CSI is here to help you and your family when in need.

This week we are highlighting CHI Health, specifically its Behavioral Care. For more than three decades, CHI Health has specialized in psychiatric and chemical dependency services. These services are rooted in CHI Health’s unified mission of nurturing the healing ministry of the Church to create healthier communities. Their vast team of experts provide individualized care to heal the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.

To learn more about CHI Health’s Behavioral Care visit bit.ly/3rEs5xK.

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April 8, 2021


For our member spotlight this week, we are highlighting CenterPointe, a behavioral and physical healthcare provider. The mission of CenterPointe is to help those they serve to get better, sooner, for longer. CenterPointe provides physical health, mental health, and substance use disorder care through over 35 programs. These programs offer a variety of treatment, rehabilitation, housing, peer support, and crisis response options. 

CenterPointe’s care providers partner with patients to plan a recovery journey that aligns with their individual needs. Throughout the pandemic, CenterPointe has expanded its services and never turned away an individual who needed help. 

To learn more about CenterPointe, visit http://bit.ly/318z4UV.

April 5, 2021


 

Our next member spotlight is the Live Well Counseling Center of Kearney (LWCC). The LWCC provides outpatient behavioral health and wellness services for individuals and families in Kearney and the surrounding areas. The Center offers a wide variety of mental health services dedicated to fostering hope and healing.

LWCC has several clinical specialists committed to restoring lives impacted by stress and personal challenges. These professionals partner with each client to help them meet their own personal goals. Businesses, organizations, community groups, and agencies can also learn from LWCC staff members through workshops, presentations, and specialized training opportunities.

To learn more about the Live Well Counseling Center of Kearney visit http://bit.ly/3lwbomE.

March 29, 2021


 

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha is our member spotlight of the week. Last year, more people turned to Catholic Charities for help in navigating through the COVID pandemic. The organization provides life-changing Outpatient Behavioral Health Services to children, adults and families living with mental health and substance use issues, as well as students in over 20 Catholic Schools across the Archdiocese.

Catholic Charities is touching the lives of people every day by providing the support needed to relieve symptoms of depression/anxiety/trauma, improve daily functioning, increase self-worth, and enhance family communication.

For more information, visit http://bit.ly/3qpquLn or call 531.213.7396. Therapy sessions are offered in-person and remotely. If you, or someone you love, needs help navigating through life's most difficult challenges, contact Catholic Charities today. 

March 22, 2021


 

For this week’s member spotlight, we are highlighting the Behavioral Health Services at Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. Bryan provides compassionate care through a wide range of outpatient and inpatient treatments and services that give patients the tools needed to cope with the challenges they face. 

Bryan offers 24/7 crisis/emergency mental health care, non-emergency mental health care, and alcohol & drug treatment services. For any non-emergency health care needs, Bryan has a counseling center and a psychiatry center. Alcohol and drug treatment services are provided through the Bryan Independence Center. The Bryan Independence Center helps individuals and their families begin and maintain their recovery from the effects of substance use. Bryan also offers free, confidential online screenings for depression, bipolar, anxiety, PTSD, psychosis, and alcohol use. See below for more information on these services. 

To learn more about Bryan Mental Health Care, visit http://bit.ly/3uzxDwf.

To learn more about the Bryan Independence Center, visit http://bit.ly/2NHj6On.

March 12, 2021


 

 

The Bridge is our member spotlight of the week! The Bridge offers long-term residential substance use disorder treatment for women and their families in Hastings, Nebraska.. The program is designed for women who have not found recovery after repeated short-term or less-restrictive treatment or have suffered devastating impacts from their substance use. The Bridge fosters daily living in a family atmosphere to help individuals develop a sense of normalcy and community in a safe, nurturing environment that is alcohol and chemical-free. 

The Bridge provides many components to assist full-family healing and restoration. They offer parenting education for residents as well as one-on-one sessions, a family education group, and individual therapy for children of the mothers who reside in the program.

Once a week, "Kids Group" is provided. Currently, there are three different groups based on age that give children the opportunity to develop relationships and friendships with other children who are residing in the program. Kids Group offers participants a safe place to discuss some of their fears and feelings about past and present situations. It builds a special relationship amongst the children who reside in the program. The Bridge utilizes this group to address and process trauma, to develop coping skills and safety plans, and to discuss daily stressors the kiddos may face and dreams and goals they have for themselves, all in an encouraging atmosphere in which the children can grow. The program provides very tight-knit treatment for the family unit!  

To learn more about The Bridge visit http://bit.ly/2NIjXy9.

March 3, 2021


 


This week we are highlighting The Bridge Behavioral Health. Based in Lincoln, Nebraska, The Bridge is a professional, nationally accredited treatment center specializing in treating alcoholism and drug addiction. For the past 37 years, The Bridge has provided substance abuse, trauma, and mental health treatment services catered to each individual’s specific needs. The center offers medically supervised detoxification, outpatient and residential treatment, and various recovery support services. The Bridge Behavioral Health is a safety net for those suffering from addiction and related mental health issues in the Lincoln community. To learn more about The Bridge Behavioral Health visit http://bit.ly/3aDbyog.
February 25, 2021

 

This week’s member spotlight, the Boys Town Residential Treatment Center (RTC), has provided life-changing behavioral and mental health services to youth in need for 25 years. The center offers individualized treatment in a safe and secure environment for children and adolescents who do not require inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Treatment is approached in a family-centered, culturally competent, and developmentally appropriate manner. Over the past 25 years, RTC has cared for 3,000 youth from 30 states and 7 countries. To learn more about the Boys Town Residential Treatment Center, visit https://bit.ly/374YK81.

February 17, 2021


 

 

Our next member spotlight is Blue Valley Behavioral Health (BVBH). BVBH is the largest outpatient behavioral health organization in Nebraska with 12 offices throughout 16 mostly rural counties in Southeast Nebraska.

BVBH provides a variety of professional mental health, substance abuse, medication management, community support, and emergency services. These services are available to all ages on an individual, family/marital, and group basis.

The purpose of BVBH is to help those dealing with mental health or substance abuse issues to find hope, healing, and wellness. To learn more about BVBH visit https://bvbh.net/.

February 10, 2021


 

 

The Behavioral Health Support Foundation (BHSF) is the member spotlight of the week. The BHSF's mission is to increase access to services and help providers add services for individuals experiencing mental health and substance use issues. The foundation works as an advocate rather than a provider of services. BHSF advocates across and between not-for-profit organizations to expand mental health and substance use services in the Region 6 community.
February 3, 2021

 

This week we are spotlighting the Behavioral Health Specialists (BHS). BHS has been committed to excellence in the provision of comprehensive behavioral health care & family services for over 27 years. They are dedicated to providing high quality, affordable and accessible services that honor each client's confidentiality, dignity, and self-determination. These services include two residential treatment programs, foster homes, respite care homes, family support services, and community support services that extend throughout northeast Nebraska. To learn more about BHS visit: http://bit.ly/2MhFi0d.
January 28, 2021

 

Our member spotlight of the week is The Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN). BHECN works to improve behavioral health care access across Nebraska by developing a skilled and passionate workforce.

BHECN’s Nebraska Behavioral Health Education Partners Program focuses on connecting behavioral health (BH) graduate students to provide them with more professional development opportunities. It also helps in the creation of the organization’s webinar series which educates BH trainees and providers on a variety of BH topics.

BHECN hosts an annual Behavioral Health Policy Forum, allowing policymakers to hear about vital behavioral health issues in Nebraska and beyond. This forum highlights the importance of having a qualified behavioral health workforce now and in the future.

To learn more about BHECN’s important work visit: https://bit.ly/3bHeAcm.

Posted: January 22, 2021


 

 

ARCH, Inc. is our member spotlight of the week! ARCH is a non-profit mental health & substance use treatment center for adult males suffering from drug and alcohol use disorders. This organization has provided long-term behavioral health treatment and transitional living to the Omaha community since 1972.

ARCH utilizes evidence-based therapeutic models and community-based resources to foster holistic growth. Bi-monthly meetings are offered to program graduates as they transition to independent living so they can stay plugged into the ARCH community.

ARCH, Inc. provides a unique framework that fosters a comprehensive and structured program for individuals to move through the stages of change to a new life of recovery.

To learn more about ARCH, Inc. click here.  

Posted: January 13, 2021