Welcome to BHECN's Behavioral Health Resource page. Below, you'll find information about mental health services, including online links and resources useful for consumers/patients, their families, health care professionals and the general public. You'll also find links to other behavioral health organizations and community-based services to help and support anyone who wishes to learn more about mental health issues, educational programs and possible treatment options.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
ACEsTooHigh.com is a news site for the general public. It covers research and the latest developments in research about adverse childhood experiences and children's developing brains, as well as how organizations, agencies, businesses, states, communities and individuals are implementing ACE concepts and trauma-informed practices.
ACEsConnection.com is a social network for people who are implementing or who are thinking about implementing ACE- or trauma-informed practices. They are able to share best (and worst) practices, form groups, send private messages and develop useful resources.
Dedicated to transforming mental health care for children everywhere, empowering children and their families with help, hope and answers.
Developed from Massachusetts General Hospital and The Clay Center provides information and resources regarding mental health needs of our youth, family, and self.
Since its inception in 1979, NAMI has been dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. Over the past three decades, NAMI has established itself as a national grassroots mental health advocacy organization. Dedication, steadfast commitment and unceasing belief in NAMI's mission by its grassroots advocates are strong values designed to produced profound changes. NAMI's greatest strength is the dedication of our grassroots leaders and members. The membership is comprised of families, friends and individuals who serve to strengthen communities across the country.
The National Council is the unifying voice of America's community mental health and addictions treatment organizations and provide research, evidence-based programs, and technical expertise.
The National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse, the nation's first national consumer technical assistance center, has played a major role in the development of the mental health consumer movement. The consumer movement strives for dignity, respect, and opportunity for those with mental illnesses.
This site provides resources for specific clinical practices as well as general behavioral health tools.
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Consumer Advocacy: Office of Consumer Affairs, DHHS
Community-Based Services: Division of Behavioral Health, DHHS
The NRRS is a statewide database created with input from Nebraska families, service providers and organizations. The NRRS provides 1-800 numbers as well as web sites and email contacts to help people in need connect faster to the services they are seeking.
The Network of Care for Behavioral Health is an online information place for individuals, families and agencies concerned with mental and emotional wellness, substance abuse and developmental disabilities.
No Kidding, Me Too! Founder and President, Joe Pantoliano created a 501(c)(3) public charity, whose purpose is to remove the stigma attached to brain disease (BD) through education and the breaking down of societal barriers. The organization's goal is to empower those with BD to admit their illness, seek treatment, and become even greater members of society.
Local artist and thespian, Bob Donlan, shares his "experimental performance piece" through his art and spoken word in his 20 minute video.
Project Relate has been established to emphasize the fact that there are resources and people all across Nebraska who are available to help and reassure people that "You are not alone."
Author Julie McClure, Peer Specialist and Health Educator, shares her insight and encouragement.
Great Plains Public Health Leadership Institution has created a public service announcement video for mental health workforce development. The goal of the video is to help educate teachers and school professionals working with adolescents with a mental health diagnosis and provide a resource to help reduce stigma.
Providing resources and encouragement to teens and families affected by depression.
The Trauma Informed Community initiative in Omaha is a collaborative effort to create a safe, supportive and engaging community. Lead by Project Harmony, the intention is to provide specifically targeted resources and training while staying committed to the overall health and well-being of this community.