Shelters

  • Housing for single men and single women with children. Must be sober for the past 30 days to access services.
  • Shelter for homeless women age 19 and older, women with children and men age 19 and older. Siena-Francis House offers a drug program, food program and free clothing. Program has a 30 day maximum stay.
  • Shelter for children ages birth to 18 until that child can be permanently placed. Maximum stay is 30 days.
  • 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 …
  • Children's Crisis Center is a 12 bed emergency shelter. Primary placement to state wards ages 19 and under. All youth attend their home schools and are transportated to appointments as needed.
  • Services include: a short-term emergency shelter available to youth ages 16-18 for a maximum of 21 days. The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides long-term services to run away and homeless youth ages 16-21. TLP residents are placed in apartment style living for a maximum of 18 months and work closely with case …
  • Transitional housing and residential treatment programs for youth 13-18 years and adults 19 and older with severe and persisitent mental illness and substance dependence. Services include individual, group and family counseling, recreational therapy, case management and psychiatric services. Expected stay is 4-8 …

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.