Behavioral Health Program

Overview

The Behavioral Health Program strengthens families and supports youth through individual and
family therapy, skill building, referrals, and advocacy.

Individual and Family Therapy services are provided within the school setting to assist individuals and families in dealing with life stressors that impact their behaviors and relationships at school or home.

Community Response connects families with community resources that will support families to
meet their goals and strengthen relationships within the community. It is designed to reduce
unnecessary involvement of crisis-level systems (child-welfare, juvenile justice, etc.) as well as
increase the informal and community supports in place for families.

How we can help

What we do

Partner with schools and the community to provide direct and indirect care to youth and families.

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How we do it

School and community based therapy

Community Response Services

Impact

85% of teens, in our program, reported that they are better at handling their daily life after attending therapy.

STORIES

“Excelling”

“Family Service Lincoln’s school based therapy helps hundreds of kids, like Anya who moved to Lincoln from a war-torn country.

She witnessed violence and her dad’s disappearance. She was depressed, anxious and felt isolated.

Today she is excelling in school and has made new friends. She helps her mom around the house and wants to share the positives in her life with others.”

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