Campus for Health & WellBeing integrates comprehensive physical and behavioral healthcare for adults, children, and families. Staff utilizes a person-centered healthcare approach to assist individuals in getting better, sooner, for longer.
Outpatient services may include:
- Individual, group, and family counseling
- Psychiatric services
- Primary care services
No-Wait Outpatient Services
Adult Outpatient Therapy and Assessments
Adult Outpatient serves adults 19 years and older experiencing concerns related to substance use and/or mental health.
Walk-in clinic offers same day assessments during business hours, in which individuals can walk into the outpatient clinic at 2202 S 11th Street during business hours or call the front desk (402.475.5161) to complete a comprehensive assessment and obtain referrals for ongoing services. Ongoing services and appointments are available up to a week in advance.
Hours: 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday
- Pre-admission intake and screening
- Suicide and risk assessments
- Assessment and diagnostic services
- Individual and group therapy (up to twice per week)
- Relapse prevention planning
- Discharge planning
- Educational groups
Adult Intensive Outpatient Therapy (Coming Soon: January 2024)
CenterPointe’s Intensive outpatient addresses addiction to alcohol and/or other drugs. The treatment program utilizes evidence-based practices and individualized care to best assist in recovery.
Intensive Outpatient group sessions are held three times a week for three hours a day. Group sessions include addiction education focused on developing coping skills (with an emphasis on DBT skills), sober supports and other important topics. Individual one-on-one therapy sessions are also included on a weekly basis.
Following completion of the IOP program, Continuing Care groups are available. Continuing Care groups focus on relapse prevention and continued development of strategies for managing a life in recovery.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday; 9am to 12pm
Waitlist: To refer for IOP, contact 402-475-5161
Youth Outpatient Therapy and Assessments
Youth Outpatient Program serves adolescents ages 5 to 18 years old with co-occurring mental health and substance use concerns.
Walk into Outpatient at 2202 S 11th Street during business hours or call the front desk (402.475.5161) to schedule a same-day appointment. Pre-scheduled appointments are available up to a week in advance for youth therapy, parent therapy, and family therapy.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Thursday 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
- Pre-admission intake/screening
- Assessment and diagnostic services
- Individualized service planning
- Individual and family therapy (up to twice per week)
- Skill building and mindfulness activities
- 24-hour phone crisis support
- Family care management and peer support services
- Medication management and physical health services
- Transition/discharge planning
Youth and Adult Psychiatric Services
Psychiatric diagnostic assessments are scheduled and available within 3-5 business days of request. Individuals may walk into the Outpatient clinic at 2202 S 11th Street during business hours or call our front desk (402.475.5161) to schedule an appointment. All ongoing psychiatric services are scheduled within 3-5 days of calling for an appointment.
Hours: Psychiatric Services: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Thursday 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
- Pre-admission intake
- Diagnostic interview
- Administration of medication to help individuals achieve their optimal brain health
- Psychotherapy regarding medication effectiveness
- Education on mental health diagnoses
- Medically Assisted Treatment
- Nicotine Cessation
Peer Support Specialists offer their unique lived experience with mental health conditions and substance use to develop mutual relationships with individuals and supporting them in engaging in and maintaining the process of long-term recovery & wellness as they define it. Peer support provides assistance in building healthy relationships, setting boundaries, advocating for themselves, engaging in healthy recreational activities and finding purpose.
Common things people work on in Peer Support are:
- Exploring what recovery and wellness means to them
- Reaching & maintaining recovery/wellness
- Building natural supports & healthy relationships
- Setting boundaries, finding their voice, and advocating for themselves
- Socializing and engaging in positive recreational activities
- Exploring resources and integrating into the community
- Finding purpose
Individuals must be actively engaged in another primary service at CenterPointe, such as case management, therapy, or psychiatric services.
SOAR- SSI/SSDI, Outreach, Access, and Recovery
SOAR assists people in the process of applying for SSI (Supplemental Security Income)/SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) benefits.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Walk into the Outpatient at 2202 S 11th Street and request consideration for SOAR. Employees can complete an internal SOAR referral for individuals.
To be eligible for SOAR an individual must:
- Be at least 19 years old (or within 2 months of turning 19)
- Be experiencing homelessness or being at risk for homelessness
- Have a mental health condition(s) that significantly affects the ability to work
- Not have an active disability application
- Not have employment income over Social Security Administration Substantial Gainful Amount (this amount changes yearly—contact SSA or SOAR for current amount)
- Pre-admission intake
- SOAR Screening
- Obtain and summarize the medical record
- Gather information about background and functioning
- Track progress of the case
- Work with the liaison at Social Security
- Assist correspondence and appointments
Community Support – Care Management
The Community Support Program at CenterPointe meets the Nebraska State Medicaid and Department of Health and Human Services service definitions for the Community Support Level of Care. Community support workers provide direct rehabilitation and support services in the community with the intention of supporting the individual to maintain stable community living and preventing exacerbation of their mental illness and admission to higher levels of care.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (with some flexibility into evening hours).
- Must have an SPMI and/or SA diagnosis.
- Must have a comprehensive assessment completed within the last 12 months with deficits in 2 or the three following areas
- Social skills
- Activities of daily living
- Meet with the Care Manager a minimum of 3 times a month for a total of 3 hours
- Apply for various resources i.e. Snap, Medicaid, etc.
- Assist with applying for/keeping rental assistance programs
- Provide active rehabilitation and support interventions that will enable the individual to reside in their community. The interventions will focus on activities of daily living, budgeting, medication adherence and self-administration, relapse prevention, social skills, and other independent living skills the individual is unable to complete due to symptoms of their diagnosis.
To obtain a Care Manager, a Comprehensive Assessment must be completed by a therapist recommending Community Support/Case Management. These referrals can be sent to email@example.com.
When you are ready to get help, outpatient services are here for you on a walk-in basis Monday through Friday. No appointment or referral is required. Our clinic is open from 8:00am-5:00pm
**Outpatient Services will close at 3 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month**
Services are offered until 7:00pm on Thursdays to include scheduled appointments, groups, and crisis services.
Therapy services may include:
Individual, group, and family counseling
CenterPointe uses an inclusive, holistic approach. Many clinicians are dually-licensed.