Independent Living

  • Opportunity Passport is a package of resources to help young people become successful adults with tools for planning your future, saving money for important expenses while learning financial skills. The goal of the program is to help you purchase assets that are critical to your success. Opportunity Passport …
  • 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 …
  • 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 living for males and females ages 17-21. Life skills, independent living, vocational and employment training. Must work on GED if they did not graduate from high school.
  • The overall purpose of the Triage program is to provide evidence-based support and services to youths at risk of becoming involved in criminal or delinquent behavior and youth and young adult offenders between the ages of 14-18 years who have not been convicted of an adult charge. Program areas include …
  • Counseling for children with problematic sexual behaviors, parenting counseling and marriage counseling. Also offer anger management, gang prevention, independent living, and adolescent decision making.
  • Provides residential, in-home, vocational and transitional services to those with Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families.
  • Transitional Youth Professional Partner Program for young adults aged 16-26. Offer independent livings skills and case management to empower the young adults to be successful in the community. Must have a mental health diagnosis to participate. Contact the Intake Coordinator at 402-996-8377 for more information.

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.