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Hear No Evil, See No Evil: Why Suppressing Children’s Emotions Doesn’t Work: Sami Bradley Shares What DOES

As our Assistant Vice President of Early Childhood Mental Health, we’re excited to host Sami Bradley as our resident expert, who will share her personal experience and professional tips to assist parents in their management of children’s emotions.

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Rewriting the Script: Mental Health Outreach Services Provide Support, Remove Stigmas and Take a Holistic Approach

We’re delighted to play a part in funding the Community and Family Partnership’s efforts, which speaks to our model of community well-being and larger statewide prevention initiative of which we are involved, Bring Up Nebraska. The new mental health outreach service, moreover, fits into our strategy of organizations working together to create the changes we wish to see. Read more.

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Governor Ricketts announces launch of System of Care

Coordinated access to mental and behavioral health services for families in need will become reality with the announcement that Nebraska will be implementing a System of Care through a new public-private partnership. At a press conference on April 5, Governor

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Nebraska agencies come together to launch System of Care planning

This morning, DHHS, behavioral health, the department of education and many other agencies convened in Lincoln to kickoff planning for the System of Care. The goal of the system is to provide more streamlined, organized access to mental and behavioral

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Federal grant funds empower Nebraska to create a System of Care

By Betty Medinger, LCSW, Vice President of System Integration The US Department of Health and Human Services’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) has awarded a “System of Care” planning grant to Nebraska. The state effort will be led

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