Domestic Violence

  • Women's Turning Point Group - This 17-week educational group recognizes that a woman’s path to use violence is fundamentally different than a man’s use of violence, and therefore requires a different path to non-violence. Choosing Non-Violence Batterers' Group Safe at Home Transitional Housing - a HUD- …
  • Inpatient and outpatient care, education, and childcare. Serves children and adult victims of sexual abuse or domestic violence, as well as those suffering from emotional and/or psychiatric issues. Also offer parenting courses. Residential programs average stay is 6-9 months.
  • Evaluation and outpatient treatment, education and consultation. Also provides treatment for mental health, dual diagnosis, gambling and domestic violence.
  • 24-hour confidential hotline available to victims, families and friends of domestic violence, rape, and child sexual abuse. Provides information, referrals and emotional support. Can arrange for emergency transportation to a shelter and arrange for medical advocates to meet victims at hospitals.
  • The Victim/Witness Unit is a free public service offering information, practical assistance, and conseling referrals to victims of crime in the Sarpy County area.
  • The main objective of the program is to pursue prosecutions without victim assistance in order to hold batterers accountable for their behavior and stop family violence.
  • Sanctuary for victims of domestic violence. Women only.

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.