Clinical Services & Counseling

OHB’s Clinical Services Program offers a number of behavioral health, mental health and substance abuse services that are both trauma-focused and strengths-based. Services offered place a high emphasis on education, practice, and development of new skills to help individuals achieve goals. The Clinical Services Program expands beyond OHB’s youth to serve other youth and families in the community.

Services open to the public

  • Counseling – Individual, group and family therapy in a home-like setting with experienced, compassionate therapists
  • Evaluations – Available for individuals who have been court-ordered to receive an initial diagnostic interview or for those who need to be evaluated for mental health, behavioral health or substance abuse treatment
  • Outpatient Program – A treatment plan focusing on increasing strengths and resources to help individuals overcome mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders

Crisis Intervention:

  • Crisis Stabilization – A 30 to 45-day program to help youth achieve stabilization in a therapeutic environment until they can transition home or to a lower level of care

Court-ordered services:

  • Day & Evening Reporting – A comprehensive and strengths-focused daily program for youth who are struggling in their current environment and are in need of additional structure and activity.
    Virtual Tour of the Reporting Program
  • Family Support – A skill-building program for families and youth that helps enhance family functioning in the home and overall functioning in the community

What Makes Our Clinical Services Program Unique

  • Full continuum of care
  • All services are trauma-focused
  • Intense skill-building is a key element of services
  • Drug screens are conducted on site


4343 N 52nd Street
Omaha, NE  68104



  • Completed referral form
  • Individuals seeking crisis stabilization, day reporting, or family support must have court involvement

Application Process

  • After submission of the referral form, the Clinical Services staff will contact the applicant
  • An assessment will be conducted to determine the level of care needed

Schedule an Appointment

Brandy Gustoff, MS, MPA
Chief Operating Officer

FAX: 402.457.7024