Phone: 402-451-3553

Behavioral Health Services

Program Scope
of Services:

CDHC provides outpatient care only, if needed, a referral will be provided for acute psychotic care.

Click on a topic below.

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.

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 trauma.

Reasons to see a Behavioral Health Therapist

  • Feeling sad, hopeless, unmotivated
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Grieving over a recent death
  • Moody-emotional, out of control
  • Irritable - angry
  • Fidgety - impulsive
  • Stressful life problems
  • Help coping with the diagnosis of a chronic disease, such as diabetes or cancer
  • Developing a healthy lifestyle
  • Parenting concerns
  • School misbehavior
  • Marriage and parent/child relationships
  • Coping with care of a sick or impaired loved one

Service Locations:

Charles Drew Health Center
      at Grant Street

Charles Drew Health Center
      at 30Metro

Public Housing Health Centers

  • Crown Tower
  • Evans Tower
  • Florence Tower
  • Jackson Tower

School Based Health Centers

  • Belvedere Elementary School
  • Kellom Elementary School
  • King Middle School
  • Northwest High School
Healing starts with a phone call:

Healing starts with a phone call:

(402) 451-3553

Make an appointment to visit with your medical provider or call us to schedule an appointment to see a behavior health therapist.

Contact Information and Locations of Behavioral Health Services
We Are Open
Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:30pm, 
Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm Noon, 
Closed Daily 12:00pm-1:00pm

We Accept: Medicaid, Medicare, and Private Insurance. We offer a sliding fee for uninsured. 
Funded in whole, or in part by federal, state, and/or county funds from United Way of the Midlands and Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare