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Treatment Centers (mental health or substance use)

Find a list of local treatment centers that provide inpatient services and specialize in the care you need.

CenterPointe Campus for Hope

Campus for Hope is an Omaha facility that offers co-occurring residential and short-term residential treatment programs for the greater Omaha metro area and all of Cass, Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington counties. In addition, the facility also offers outpatient community support.

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Douglas County Community Mental Health Center

Our vision is to develop a partnership with you. While supporting your path toward recovery, we will strive to recognize individual needs in both the mental health and substance abuse arenas.

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Family Works

Long-term (6-9 months) residential substance abuse and mental health programs in Iowa and Nebraska for women with children. The program preserves and strengthens the mother-child attachment while providing housing, treatment, therapy, and support for the women and their children.

(402) 553-3000

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Harbor Point

Harbor Point’s mission is to provide a responsive and welcoming system of support for overall mental wellness.

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CHI Health Behavioral Care

For more than three decades, CHI Health Behavioral Care has led the region in providing specialized psychiatric and chemical dependency services. Their programs and services are specially tailored to provide effective, individualized care.

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NOVA Treatment Community

NOVA’s Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) is a highly structured, therapeutic environment for dually diagnosed adolescents, ages 13-18 in need of intensive services to treat substance use and mental health disorders, along with severe emotional and behavioral problems.

(402) 455-8303

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Recovery Center at Sarpy

The Recovery Center at Sarpy helps people envision their recovery path, build important skills, and regain hope to move forward on their journey. Recovery is woven into and defines every aspect of the program: from assessments and interventions, to the client information system, to the selection of staff and overall environment.


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The ARCH Men’s Halfway House

The A.R.C.H. (Alcoholics Resocialization Conditioning Help), is a private, nonprofit Nebraska corporation. Incorporated in 1972, the A.R.C.H. has been in the halfway house business since then, helping thousands of men continue on the road to recovery.

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