Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health

Behavioral health, sometimes referred to as mental health, describes the connection between behaviors and the health and well-being of the body, mind, and spirit. Charles Drew Health Center prides itself on being a resource – for behavioral health and more – for the community we serve. While we offer only outpatient care at this time, we can refer you for additional care if needed. CDHC retains several licensed behavioral health therapists on staff who can help you start healing.

Charles Drew Health Center Parent Support Group

Topic: Parents Taking Action Together
Date: Second Wednesday of every month
Time: Dinner is served at 5 pm; Group meeting is 5:30 to 7 pm
Where: CDHC at RADIUS (5030 Grand Ave, Omaha, NE 68104)

Please join us the second Wednesday of each month for this parent education support group—Parents Taking Action Together. Facilitated by behavioral health providers, family navigators, and other community partners, this group is for any parent with child(ren) who have behavioral and mental health needs, including those involved in the juvenile justice system. Our purpose is to offer support to parents in today’s world.  

Interested in attending?
Contact Charles Drew Health Center Behavioral Health Navigator Kevin Lytle (phone 531.999.8503, email behavioralhealth@charlesdrew.com).

Reasons to See a Behavioral Health Therapist

  • Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or lack of motivation
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Grief caused by a recent death
  • Feelings of moodiness, extreme emotion, or feeling out of control
  • Regular irritability or bouts of anger
  • Uncontrollable fidgeting or impulsivity
  • Stressful life circumstances
  • Coping with a chronic disease, such as diabetes or cancer
  • Developing healthy lifestyle habits
  • Concerns about parenting
  • Children misbehaving at school
  • Marital or parent/child relationship counseling
  • Caring for a loved one who is sick or impaired

Purpose

Accessing necessary behavioral health resources can be challenging due to time, transportation, or financial constraints. CDHC makes accessibility a priority by offering a wide variety of mental healthcare services and appointment options from licensed therapists who are experts in their fields.

Behavioral Health Services

Brief Therapy

Pre-screening to determine if behavioral health services are needed

Integrated Primary Care Model

Medical and behavioral health care concerns

Smoking Cessation

Assistance in identifying triggers and ways to reduce nicotine use

Teletherapy Services

Therapy sessions via your home computer, tablet, or smart phone

Individual, Family, or Couples Therapy

30-, 45-, and 60-minute therapy sessions focused on your treatment

Trauma Informed Care

Understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of traumas

Call today or visit our contact page to schedule an appointment with a behavioral health therapist.

Fees and Payments:

  • We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance and offer a sliding fee for uninsured individuals.
  • We accept checks, cash, and Visa/MasterCard.
  • Payment is expected on the day of your appointment unless other arrangements have been made.
  • If you need to make several visits, we can give you an estimate of the total cost and arrange a payment plan.

Emergency Care:

  • Our health center only sees patients during office hours. For after-hours emergencies, please call 402.536.6000 to reach our medical answering service.

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The Charles Drew Health Center Behavioral Health department is funded in whole or in part by federal, state, and/or county funds from United Way of the Midlands and Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare.

Our Locations

With locations across North Omaha, you can find the quality care you need, close to home.

Call now to schedule an appointment: 402.451.3553

View Locations
The Charles Drew Grant Street building.