Nebraska Resources


Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal insurance options, as well as other program options offered through Nebraska state are offered to those residents in the area. An increasing epidemic of opioid use and addiction is causing a new for coverage changes, a broader spectrum of help and more program availability.

Those lawmakers in Nebraska are saying that they are looking towards bettering the mental health and behavioral health services for the state. This is what is going to really make a difference on the usage of the drugs. This epidemic is one that is continuously causing issues, but if the root of the problem is not fixed, then the problem is going to continue to run through the state without ever finding a way to be repaired.

There are many resources that are provided below for those that are in one of these programs, not private insurance programs. If you need help and you have Medicaid, medicare or medi-cal, the programs below can provide further help.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Substance Abuse Treatment)

2201 North Broadwell Street, Unit 116-B, Grand Island, NE 68803

Phone: (308) 382-3660×92296 www.va.gov

Chee Woy Na Zhee (Halfway House)

500 Mercer St, Winnebago, NE 68071

Phone: (402) 878-2480×1308

* * It’s a mommy and me program. They take woman and their children. And the good news is you don’t need insurance. They will help you get Medicaid and there isn’t a waiting list. They do take people from out of state. The program is here in Omaha Nebraska. The program is called Family Works and the number is 4023429555

COLUMBUS RESCUE MISSION

1471 25th Ave, Columbus, NE 68601

phone: (402) 563-1096 / Fax: (402) 563-3783

E-Mail: info(AT)columbusrescuemission.org Website: http://www.columbusrescuemission.org

Chaplain Nathan Joslin Director of Men’s Ministries (402)563-1096 nathanj(AT)columbusrescuemission.org

  • Long-term (Approx. 12 months)
  • Men and women

Living Water Mission

– 701 S. Lincoln Ave, York, NE 68467 Email: info(AT)lwrmyork.org

LaVerna Smith, Director of Women’s Ministry, lavernas(AT)lwrmyork.org (402) 362-0127

Chaplain Don “Hawk” Cramer , Email: donaldc(AT)lwrmyork.org

http://www.lwrmyork.org/ long term residential womens programs

CAPSTONE PROGRAMS – FREMONT

424 W. 23rd St. Suite E, Fremont, NE 68025

phone: (402) 727-1592 / Fax: (402) 727-4288

E-Mail: info(AT)capstonebehavioralhealth.com Website: http://www.capstonebehavioralhealth.com

  • Financial asst available – sliding scale
  • Lincoln, Freemont, Omaha locations

REVIVE MINISTRIES – HORIZON RECOVERY CENTER

835 South Burlington Avenue, Suite 115, Hastings, NE 68901

phone: (402) 462-2066 / Fax: (402) 462-2045 Website: http://reviveinc.org/

outpatient and sober living

Touchstone

2633 P St., Lincoln, NE 68503-3528

Phone (402) 474-4343 / Fax (402)474-6957 http://touchstonelincoln.org/

accept Medicaid, Nebraska Division of Behavioral Health and some private insurance.

short-term residential treatment program

SIENA/FRANCIS HOUSE

1702 Nicholas St, Omaha, NE 68102

phone: (402) 341-1821 / Fax: (402) 341-5270

E-Mail: information(AT)sienafrancis.org Website: www.sienafrancis.org

Women & Mens programs

CenterPointe

2633 P Street, Lincoln, NE 68503

Phone 402-475-8717 / Fax 402-475-8748 http://www.centerpointe.org/

Various inpatient and outpatient services

Heartland Family Service – Nebraska Family Works

4847 Sahler Street, Omaha NE 68104

(402) 342-9555 • (877) 553-3001 (toll-free) info(AT)HeartlandFamilyService.org

www.HeartlandFamilyService.org a mommy and me program. They take woman and their children. They will help you get Medicaid and there isn’t a waiting list. They do take people from out of state. The program is here in Omaha Nebraska. The program is called Family Works and the number is 402-342-9555