Behavioral Health
Useful Links

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Resources for Mental Health and Substance Abuse

  • Nebraska Network of Care for Behavioral Health - Network of Care is a National and state and local resource designed to bring recovery resources under one location and includes a resource directory, a library of over 30,000 pages, legislative information at the state and federal level.  The site includes a social networking system and recovery orientated tools for WRAP plans and personal health information.
  • National Substance Abuse Treatment Center Locator - Use this locator to find Substance Abuse treatment centers in Nebraska or any other state
  • Nebraska 211 Organization - A United Way Service - Health and Human Service Listings for State of Nebraska as updated by United Ways and reporting entities
  • 211 Organization - National 211 Health and Human Service listings for states and US
    Nebraska Resource Referral System - A very extensive list of Nebraska social, economic and human services
  • Nebraska Coalition for Women's Treatment - Advocacy and education among treatment provides in Nebraska for Substance Abuse, Gambling and Mental Health Treatment specifically for Women
  • - Saint Jude Retreat House is a social/educational model of alcohol and drug addiction recovery & the Jude Thaddeus Program is a drug rehab centers alternative
  • World service office of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • - Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters for those who have relatives, friends or significant others suffering from alcohol or drug abuse or addictions
  • - Recovery is everywhere ads have been run in Ann Arbor, Michigan since 2001 in newspapers, printed & distributed postcards, and run ads in Ann Arbor movie theater.
  • - SMART (Self-Management And Recovery Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors, including: alcoholism, drug abuse, substance abuse, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, and addiction to other substances and activities.  SMART is an evidence based model.
  • - Some people are able to stop using drugs or alcohol on their own accord. However, this is not always the case. Withdrawal is typically accompanied by a variety of symptoms, many of which can be life threatening if not dealt with in the appropriate manner.  This site explains the medical aspects of withdrawal.
  • - The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has a program called Working Partners for an Alcohol-and Drug-Free Workplace that offers free resources that employers can use to address workplace substance abuse and contribute to overall prevention efforts in their communities
  • - Drug Alcohol Rehab - Drug and alcohol rehabilitation site featuring articles and information on substance abuse, addiction treatment and other dependency issues
  • NE Dept. of Veteran Affairs - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - Services by County
  • CRC Health Group - offers a wide array of treatment options for addictions.
  • Magellan Behavioral Health - offers managed care for Nebraska Medicaid and Nebraska Behavioral Health Network.  
  • National Substance Abuse Index - A comprehensive, independent guide to addiction resources throughout the U.S.
  • - is a comprehensive Web site database featuring extensive information about thousands of different medications and drugs currently on the market or previously available worldwide.

Information Services for Mental Health and Substance Abuse

Federal Government Partners

Confidentiality of Client Records, Security and National Transaction Sets

Registry Programs:

  • Buprenorphine Physician Registry Information - Registry of physicians who are allowed to prescribe Buprenophine and its variations for treatment of substance abuse - use this to register or to look up a local physician.

For more information, contact:
P.O. Box 95026
Lincoln, NE 68509-8925
Phone: (402) 471-7818

FAX: (402) 471-7859


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