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Substance Use & Mental Health

Youth & Adult Psychiatric Services

Youth & 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. 

Services include: 

  • 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 
  • Pharmacogenetic testing 
    • Pharmacogenetic testing is an innovative and personalized approach to medication management. It's a specialized form of genetic testing that examines an individual's genetic makeup to understand how their body processes and may respond to various medications. The aim is to optimize treatment decisions for mental health conditions based on an individual's genetic profile. Pharmacogenetic testing helps healthcare providers tailor medication prescriptions to the unique genetic profile of each individual. This information enables more precise and effective drug selection, dosage adjustments, and avoidance of medications that may pose a higher risk of adverse reactions.