Services for adults with mental illness.
Day rehabilitation programs provide daily living skills, pre-vocational, social skills training, and special activities.
Community support services provide one-to-one assistance in independent living, to maximize community participation and enhance quality of life.
Residential rehabilitation provides a structured skill building program within a group home setting.
Vocational services provides work related training, both on and off the job, to assist individuals with mental illness to choose, obtain, and retain employment.
Homeless outreach services identify and engage persons who are homeless and have mental illness, and assist them to obtain housing, rehabilitation, case management and connections to other mainstream benefits. Staff meet clients in the community at shelters, hospitals, the jail system, and outside/on the streets as part of the Street Outreach team.
Assertive Community Treatment services provide a clinical team that delivers treatment, rehabilitation, and support services for persons in the community.
Case management services including assistance in applying for entitlements/financial aid, and coordination of services.
Community housing (e.g. apartments) linked with mental health rehabilitation and support services.
Family education services offer education and support to family members affected by mental illness. Individual and family sessions available. Family to Family classes offered every eight weeks.
ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS: 7117 Jones Circle - 715-5668 and 1900 East Military, Suite 278 - Fremont - (402) 721-8225, Fremont office - Community Support Services
Administration and all program services: (402) 341-5128
Fremont Community Support Services: (402) 721-8225
Treatment/Assertive Community: (402) 341-2310
Family Education Services: (402) 341-5128
Crossroads to Health and Recovery Clinic: (402) 884-7223
Fax: (402) 341-0280
4001 Leavenworth Street
Agency: Community Alliance
Fees: Depends on program or service
Intake: Call for information
Eligibility: 19 years of age and older with a mental illness
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm
- Washington County
- Sarpy County
- Douglas County
- Cass County
- Dodge County