Mental Health Providers

Need help and don’t know where to start? Here’s a list of potential providers and health care systems in your area.

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Center for Holistic Development

The Center for Holistic Development serves a diverse community by providing holistic behavioral healthcare services and education programs to individuals, families and groups

Charles Drew Health Center, Inc.

Charles Drew Health Center provides care for the entire family. Make an appointment to visit with your medical provider or call to schedule an appointment to see a behavior health therapist.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

Our directory is an interactive digital resource that helps QTPoC locate QTPoC mental health practitioners across the country. It includes a Google map as well as a Featured Practitioners page which is organized regionally to assist people in identifying a practitioner to work with.

Nebraska Medicine

Whether you’re struggling with a psychiatric crisis that demands a hospital stay, attempting to break free from postpartum depression or adjusting to a new medical condition, we offer dozens of experts willing to listen and design a treatment approach tailored to your needs.

Nebraska Mental Health

Nebraska Mental Health helps you navigate your mental health needs in one, easy-to-use location. Let us provide you with the knowledge, resources and care you deserve to easily find a provider.

Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition

We provide community health care and services targeting the urban American Indian and Alaska Native population in the greater Omaha metropolitan area, Lincoln-Lancaster metropolitan area, and Sioux City, Iowa.

OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.

OneWorld’s experienced behavioral health and social assistance team works alongside our medical clinicians to help patients manage depression, family concerns, anxiety, trauma, risky behaviors, chronic diseases, child and adolescent well-being, ADHD, substance use and abuse, family violence and more complex conditions. OneWorld offers counseling in English and Spanish, and counseling in other languages is available using interpreter services.

Project Harmony Connection’s Program

Connections is a voluntary program and referrals are based on parent consent. With the growing need for early intervention programs, Connections was created to detect and confront mental health problems in children and to seek appropriate solutions that help each child reach his or her fullest potential. Connections works with school and medical professionals to identify children in need of services. We match children with community therapists who are trained in evidence-based practices and provide ongoing follow-up to families, referral sources and providers.