At Behavioral Health Resources, our focus is to help individuals and families heal from difficult life situations. The first step is to complete an assessment to identify your needs, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations. A treatment plan is then developed that incorporates your goals, objectives, and preferences. Clients are active participants during this process. Transition and discharge planning is completed throughout treatment and referrals are provided to community resources and other professionals as needed.
Licensed in Nebraska as a Substance Abuse Treatment Center
For information about our CARF-accredited programs for adolescents and adults, click here.
DUAL DIAGNOSIS OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
Veterans, Military Personnel, and Families. We are a Verified Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) and specialize in providing services to veterans, military personnel, and their families as well as civilians. We understand the military culture and issues related to deployment, change in duty station, effects of combat stress exposure, and moral injury.
First Responders. Law enforcement, fire fighters, paramedics, EMTs, 911 dispatchers, crime scene investigators, and other first responders face horrors in their work that most people can’t imagine. Constant exposure to trauma (witnessed, experienced, and vicarious), life-threatening situations, and the physical strain of working long hours on little to no sleep can negatively impact overall health. As a result, first responders may experience depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use or other addictions as well as relationship and work-related problems.
Improving your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.
Addiction. Has your life become unmanageable? Are you experiencing problems related to alcohol, drugs, and/or other addictions? Together we can evaluate your relationship with each addictive substance (e.g., alcohol) or process (e.g., spending) and implement a plan of recovery. Treatment incorporates a 12-Step approach for recovery.
Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, Domestic Violence. About 90% of individuals who receive mental health and addiction treatment have a history of trauma, which is often not adequately assessed or treated. Trauma-informed services are provided in a way that is safe, supportive, and empowering.
According to SAMHSA:
- Approximately 8.9 million adults have co-occurring disorders; that is they have both a mental and substance use disorder.
- Only 7% of individuals receive treatment for both conditions with 56% receiving no treatment at all.
Because of the high co-occurrence of mental health and substance use issues, our treatment focus is on integrated dual diagnosis treatment.
Recovery is a journey, not a destination.
You can also find us on the SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Locator website.