- About Us
KVC Nebraska is a private, nonprofit organization that provides a variety of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of Nebraskans.
Our mission is to enrich and enhance the lives of Nebraska youth, individuals and families.
We offer a variety of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, adults and families. We accept referrals from the State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Nebraska Juvenile Probation, and parents and caregivers.
KVC Nebraska provides a variety of resources to help educate the community about child welfare, foster parenting, caring for individuals with disabilities, healthy brain development and more.
Creating Bonds & Building Social-Emotional Well-Being for Children
KVC’s Outpatient Therapy program provides in-home services to youth, young adults and their caregivers to promote mental wellness, social and emotional well-being, and positive caregiver-child relationships. We work to meet the needs of children, adolescents and adults so they feel safe and connected to each other and their communities.
Services include a holistic assessment and plan for care that utilizes evidence-based treatment. We currently offer this program in these Nebraska cities: Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Chalco, Gretna, La Vista, Milford, Millard, Papillion and Ralston.
This program provides:
- A caring, highly-trained, trauma-informed therapist
- Home-, school- and community-based services
- Evidence-based practices such as Child-Parent Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Session days and times that are convenient for the individual and family
Who qualifies for these services?
- In the Lincoln area, we serve youth and young adults ages 10-25 and their caregivers.
- In the Omaha area, we serve youth ages 0-19 and their caregivers.
We have immediate availability in Lincoln for clients with Nebraska Medicaid.
Outpatient Therapy services may help when:
- Youth are struggling in school or at home
- Youth do not follow caregiver, parent or teacher directions
- Youth show challenging behaviors like anger, tantrums or acting out
- Youth withdraw socially
- Youth feel sad or hopeless
- Youth expresses repeated thoughts of self-harm or suicide
- Youth demonstrate changes in eating or sleeping habits
- Youth have experienced a scary or painful event such as loss of a loved one, separation, serious medical procedures, abuse or violence at home or within the community, change in caregivers, etc.
- Caregivers want help with parenting and improving parent/child relationships
How do I start these services?
For a referral, please contact KVC at
402-880-4926 or e-mail at
How do I pay for these services?
We accept Nebraska Medicaid or private pay.
Unite Nebraska is a community data exchange of health and social care providers, sponsored by CyncHealth. Partners in the network are connected through a shared technology platform, Unite Us, which enables them to send and receive electronic referrals, address people’s social needs, and improve health across communities. The Nebraska 211 Contact Center team, acting as the Coordination Center for Unite Nebraska, processes and facilitates network referrals, ensuring clients are connected to the best program to address their needs.
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Focused on increasing awareness and promoting continued education related to mental illness and suicide, The Kim Foundation strives to break down the stigma often associated with seeking mental health care. The Kim Foundation works to assure individuals and families touched by mental illness and/or suicide that they are not alone on their journey to recovery.