For information on any of the support services and groups below, inquire online, click a link below, or call 1-402-717-HOPE (4673).
- Case Management Services
- Consultation and Educational Services
- Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (Nebraska only)
- Parenting Support Group
- Psychiatric Emergency Center (Nebraska only)
- School Liaison
A child’s behavioral or mental health problems affect significant others and all family members. Family therapy is an essential element of treatment for the child or adolescent. When family members are involved in treatment with the child, the rate of improvement in mental health is increased significantly.
The goals of family therapy include helping the family members/significant others better understand the child’s problem, the stages of treatment and how the family dynamics affect the child’s prognosis. Issues of responsibility and accountability are explored and clarified.
Family therapy may involve married couples, parent-child relationships, extended family relationships and sibling relationships. Care conferences with program staff may initiate this therapy with outpatient therapy follow-up encouraged. For information about our services in family education and support, inquire online or call call 1-402-717-HOPE (4673).
Helpful Information for patients and family members
|Alegent Health Mental Health Services Brochure||English|
|Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)||English||Español|
|Nebraska Mental Health and Substance Abuse Advocacy Services Guide||English|
|Iowa Mental Health and Substance Abuse Advocacy Services Guide||English|