Placement Options

  • 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 …
  • Homelike residential program for persons with lower intellectual functioning and behavioral and/or mental health issues. For youth ages 10-19 and with developmental disabilities.
  • Two group living facilities for youth 4-19 years of age who require intensive community based treatments. These facilities are specifically designed to serve a wide variety of youth that present disorders of mood as well as other co-occurring disorders such as substance abuse, chronic physical illness, learning …
  • Provides boys with supervision, structure, and training in life skills. Boys live in group homes supervised by house parents (a married could), who serve as the primary teachers and counselors. Program accepts males ages 10-18 whose behavior in less-restrictive settings indicates a need for a structured environment. …
  • Residential group home for children who have been separated from their homes due to death, divorce, neglect, abuse or inability to adjust to their present living situation. Program goals usually completed in 12-18 months. Children must be age 5-18 and able to attend public school. Cost based on ability to pay.
  • 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.
  • Clarinda offers long-term residential treatment (4-12 months), a 90-day impact program, shelter care, and transitional living services for more than 250 young people. Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of interscholastic sports and fine arts programs, as well as vocational training. Accepts …

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.