Medical Care

  • Emergency homeless shelter provides a safe environment for individuals and families 24 hours a day. Prevention services provide food boxes, clothing, and school supplies. Case Management assists clients with employment, housing, and healthcare. Professional Counseling by a licensed mental health/substance abuse …
  • Food stamps, Medicaid, transportation, utilities, ADC (Aid to dependent children), childcare assist, Emergency Energy Assistance and rent assistance. Available to Cass County residents who meet income guidelines.
  • Rental assistance for those without children. Also provide medical coverage and non-food vouchers. Must reside in Douglas County and income cannot exceed $425 a month for a 1 person household or $440 a month for a 2 person household. Provides assistance for utilities and rent - NOT for security deposits or application …
  • A web-based information resource for people who need assistance paying for healthcare. Has information on medication assistance and low cost clinics. Has applications for programs available to print. Needy Meds does not pay for any services but has information about programs that do.
  • Home health care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, nutritional services, medication management, and childbirth education.
  • Provides grants to children with medical needs for services such as speech, physical, and occupational therapy, prescriptions, and medical equipment. To apply, children must be 16 and under and must meet income guidelines. Must apply online and cannot be receiving Medicaid. Must be covered through a commercial …
  • Residence for families of ill children receiving medical treatment in an Omaha area hospital.

Nebraska Mental Health.com offers a general definition of common evaluations, however encourages individuals to check with their insurance carrier regarding specific evaluation requirements as they may differ by carrier.