The System of Care leadership board is a 21-member board. The chief executive officer of the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services appoints the board.
Nebraska is committed to bettering the lives of our children. Through the power of partnerships, the Nebraska System of Care (NeSOC) creates a comprehensive and sustainable system of care that is youth-guided, family-driven, trauma-informed and culturally responsive to improve outcomes for children and youth with serious emotional disturbances and their families.
Committed partnerships among public and private agencies, families and youth have emerged under one umbrella called the NeSOC Collaborative to drive the work of the system. Equal partnership among youth, family and system partners is the guiding principle of the Collaborative at all levels.
The Board provides advice and guidance to the Department and to the Division of Behavioral Health on Nebraska's System of Care (NeSOC) for children, youth and their families. The board meets quarterly at public meetings.
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