Mental Health

Mental Health

It's a central issue for thousands of metro area residents, and without access to essential Mental Health services, families suffer. Mental Health programs provide emergency and ongoing mental health and counseling services for children and adults, giving people the support they need to overcome their struggles and remain stable.

Mental Health At United Way

  • 8 Funded Programs
  • $1,211,000 invested in 2016-17
  • Local nonprofits include Charles Drew Health Center, Child Saving Institute, Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc, The Salvation Army-NE, OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha, Jewish Federation of Omaha, and Heartland Family Service

Click the links to learn more about Mental Health programs funded by United Way, and to see the Stories of Change made possible by the generosity of so many in our community. Thanks to you, we are Community Strong.