Mental health is how a person thinks, feels, and acts when faced with life's situations. It impacts how people look at themselves, their lives, and the other people in their lives; evaluate their challenges and problems; and explore choices.

Mental health problems are real. They affect one's thoughts, body, feelings, and behavior. Mental health challenges are not necessarily just a passing phase. They can be severe, seriously interfere with a person's life, and even cause a person to become disabled.

Our services and programs are uniquely designed to meet the needs of our community and are culturally, linguistically, and developmentally appropriate.

Mission: To serve a diverse community by providing holistic behavioral healthcare and education to individuals and families. Our unique approach to behavioral healthcare seeks to help individuals and families develop balance and well-being by focusing on these areas:
S piritual
P hysical
E motional/ Economic
C ultural
I ntellectual
A ssociations (Social)
L ove for Self & Others

Our Programs & Services - Most major insurance and cash accepted as payment.

Our programs are uniquely designed to culturally, linguistically and developmentally meet the needs of individuals.
Outpatient Counseling
Out-of-School Time (OST) Programs
Parenting with a Purpose
Community Outreach

Outpatient Counseling
iStock_000011120507XSmallOutpatient counseling provides clinical services to address mental illness and substance abuse issues for individuals, families and couples of all ages. Mental health problems include depression, bipolar disorder (manic-depressive illness), attention-deficit/hyperactivity dis-order, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, schizophrenia and conduct disorder. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) criteria is used for diagnostic assessment.


REAL TALK (Middle Schools)
dreamstime_xxl_54982655REAL TALK is designed to work with middle school students to encourage social and emotional competence. The facilitators use culturally and developmentally appropriate techniques to engage the students in discussing real world issues and to provide strategies for problem solving, goal setting,  developing healthy  relationships, recognizing and managing emotions, improving communication skills and preventing drug and alcohol abuse.


Soaring With Wings (Elementary Schools)

Boy Thinking - no backgroundSoaring With Wings is designed to work with elementary school students to enhance youth development with a focus on building internal assets by teaching social and emotional competence. Students and their families engage in culturally and developmentally appropriate lesson plans that enhance the skills necessary for successful living.





Urban Youth B.O.L.T.
B.O.L.T. is a program where African-American youth are referred by parents and community partners to participate in a culturally- based program. This 10-week program uses the seven principles of Kwanzaa to challenge youth to adopt behaviors and strategies for success.




Parenting With a Purpose
iStock_000016693191XSmallParenting with a Purpose is an education group designed to provide parents with evidence-based techniques to enhance parent engagement and skills for all levels of parenting. Parents participate in small-group workshops as they develop strategies to increase their a children’s positive behaviors.



smartkidKidSquad is a collaborative effort between several agencies to provide child care staff with the tools to encourage social and emotional competence in children with challenging behaviors. KidSquad recognizes the impact the first five years of a child’s life can have an overall development and lifelong experience of success.






Community Outreach
We offer programs and services designed to help identify individuals with potential behavioral health problems and to address these issues before they worsen. We offer free behavioral health screening to determine risk for depression, bi-polar, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder and alcohol abuse. We also provide educational programs and materials to raise community awareness and provide accurate information about behavioral health issues and to help remove the stigma associated with receiving behavioral health services.

For more information on any of our services, programs, groups, or classes, please give us a call.
6659 Sorensen Parkway, Omaha NE 68152 | Phone: 402.502.9788