Parenting Education

  • As a multi-service agency, LFS demonstrates its mission through broad service areas: Behavioral Health Services including mental health counseling, sexual abuse/incest treatment, substance use treatment, and specialized counseling for children, adolescents, adults and families.           …
  • Our Work We offer a lifetime of support and assistance, from diagnosis to education and beyond. Our care and concern encompasses the whole family, with networking, activities, and services accessible to all. Our Mission To enrich the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through …
  • Parenting classes for socially and economically challenged families.  This 12-week course also offers transportation and free child care, and is available in English, Spanish and Karen/Burmese. Eligibility: Families with children, birth to age 12.  Services are provided in Douglas County Nebraska Phone: 402-5 …
  • Fathers for a Lifetime is an Omaha Healthy Start Initiative created for men by men.  The program is designed to promote the need for responsible fathering, provide fathers with education and training, link fathers with community-based resources and provide fathers with the opportunity to positively interact with …
  • Residential program providing long-term care, training and guidance for female youth ages 12-18 who are in need of services, including pregnant and parenting females. Placement of both mothers and babies through Social Services or probation officers.
  • Free seminars held on Tuesdays from 6pm-7pm at Glow Education Center. Child care and food are provided. Families must pre-register to participate.
  • Common Sense Parenting 5 week course for parents with children ages 6-18. Cost is $25. Advanced parenting available for parents who have completed common sense parenting course. Meets the first Tuesday of the month. Child care and food provided.
  • Classes emphasize the importance of raising children in a warm, trusting and caring household. Classes are free. Must live in Dodge County and have children under the age of 5 to attend.

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.