How do you obtain services?
By phone, referral or by personal contact with the office nearest you. Our screening and intake process will assure you are directed to the appropriate program and level of care.
What type of counseling is provided?
BVBH provides long and short-term treatment for a variety of mental health and substance abuse needs for adults and children. Common mental health issues that are addressed include depression, anxiety disorders, domestic violence, anger control, trauma, relationship problems, youth behavioral problems and parenting training. Common substance abuse issues that are addressed include alcohol, marijuana and methamphetamine abuse, ACOA/COA awareness, education groups, gambling and other addiction problems.
What will the service cost?
Private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare or other third-party payers cover many services. A sliding scale fee is available to individuals meeting guidelines according to state and federal standards, as allowable by law. Blue Valley Behavioral Health is funded in part through Region V Systems and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Systems.
Who provides the service?
The BVBH staff includes Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners (APRN), Licensed Psychologists (Ph.D., Psy.D.), Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Mental Health Practitioners (LMHP), Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP), Substance Abuse Counselors (LADC), Case Managers, and Support Staff.