1000 S. 13th
Lincoln, NE 68508
CenterPointe offers crisis services for adults and juveniles. They operate the Crisis Line, 402 475-6695. This number is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call takers can address a wide variety of needs, from those who may be suicidal to those seeking information about services available in the community. CenterPointe also helps families and kids. Those who are experiencing a crisis can walk in to 1000 S. 13th without an appointment:
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 in the U.S.
Warm Line: 402-261-5959
The Mental Health Association of Nebraska is a PEER run organization. PEERs are people who have lived experience. PEERs can help people navigate the mental health services available. PEERs can provide benefit analysis, and supported employment. PEERs run KEYA House. Keya is a respite home where people experiencing mental health issues can stay, for free. While at Keya guests are wrapped in PEER support.
Families Inspiring Families is a non-profit organization built to support parents with youth experiencing mental, emotional and behavioral challenges. FIF understands the mental and behavioral health systems and assists families in navigating the various resources while providing tools to help meet the day-to-day challenges of caring for their child.
CEDARS provides respite-care for youth with behavioral health concerns, education and development programs and clinical services ranging from crisis stabilization, individual and family counseling and an array of assessments.
2301 O Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
Lutheran Family Services provides mental health assistance for both youth and adult during their open access hours and through telehealth options. These services include therapy, substance use evaluations/treatment and medication management.
For substance use and related behavioral health needs, The Bridge offers medical withdrawal services, residential treatment as well as recovery support and outreach services.
Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides the ability to speaking with someone for confidential emotional support 24/7/365. Through this national network of local crisis lines, this free service helps those in distress and provides crisis resources to you and your loved ones. This number will transition to “988” for ease of access in July of 2022.
Mental Health America is a national organization focusing on reducing barriers to mental health treatment and services. Their website provides information specific to the Latinx/Hispanic community, including Spanish language materials and tools.