Provides assistance to prevent individuals from losing their housing and becoming homeless. This may include helping them preserve their current housing situation or identifying alternate appropriate housing options. The program provides short-term assistance via in-home case management services for up to three months. The focus of the program is o...
Provides assistance to prevent imminently homeless individuals from losing their housing and becoming homeless. The program is designed to divert people from homelessness through a range of services including landlord mediation, financial education, rehousing, and limited financial assistance with rent and utilities.
Designed to restore, improve, or maximize the level of functioning, independence, and quality of life for people experiencing a disabling mental illness. The goal of this program is to assist the client with being able to use the necessary support systems to be successful and happy.
Evidence-based wellness program for adults experiencing serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI). The goal of the program is to improve physical health and quality of life, reduce the risk of preventable diseases, and enhance the life expectancy of individuals living with SPMI.
Domestic violence and sexual assault services including emergency shelter and transitional living arrangements, support groups, counseling, life skills training, children's group, food, clothing, personal items, medical and legal advocacy, and therapy.
Outpatient active treatment for adults and adolescents and long-term aftercare support that includes family and individual therapy and gender-specific groups. The dual-diagnosis approach provides on-site mental health evaluation and treatment, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and 24-hour emergency access.
Community-based care and treatment for individuals who are challenged by chronic mental illness. Services include case management, initial and ongoing assessments, psychiatric services, employment and housing assistance, family support and education, substance abuse services, and more.
Therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Services may address concerns of conduct identity, mood, anxiety, affect, impulse control, addictive, or other behavioral concerns, among other conditions or adjustments to transitions in the family life cycle.
Long-term (6-9 months) residential substance abuse and mental health programs in Iowa and Nebraska for women with children. The program preserves and strengthens the mother-child attachment while providing housing, treatment, therapy, and support for the women and their children.
Recreational, social, and nutritional programming to meet the needs of seniors over the age of 55. The Center offers a sponsored lunch for those 60 and older, monthly musical entertainment, weekly activities, and transportation. There is no cost for membership.
Licensed mental health therapists provide face-to-face risks assessments for at-risk individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse needs.
This program is part of the Crisis Response Teams (CRT). It is known as ASAP in Cass and Sarpy Counties in Nebraska.
Crisis stabilization shelter serving survivors of sex trafficking. This facility-based program houses up to 14 individuals or adults with children. The location of the facility is confidential to ensure the safety of its residents. The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day and provides an array of services including advocacy, therapy, and case manageme...