Social-Emotional Counseling Links and Resources

 

What does the Social-Emotional Counselor Do?
 
  • Liaison with community agencies
  • Facilitates small groups program
  • Teen parent resources
  • Crisis intervention
  • Adjustment challenges to School
  • Prejudice Elimination Workshop
  • Foreign Exchange Students 

 

Parent Resources

Parents: The Anti-Drug

State Farm Tips for Teen Driving

Teammates

Cyberbullying

Internet Safety


Mental Health Support

Handling Stress in a Positive Manner

Handling Grief in a Positive Manner: Ted E. Bear Hallow or Centering Corporation

Resources for Depression and other Mental Health Issues: 

 

 

Crisis Hotlines
 
*For emergencies call 911 or go immediately to the nearest Emergency Room
 
Boys Town National Hotline                  1-800-448-3000
Child Protective Services (CPS)           1-800-652-1999
Hopeline                                                   1-800-784-2433
National Suicide Prevention Hotline    1-800-273-8255
YWCA Domestic Violence Hotline        1-800-799-7233

 

Resources for Teen Parents
 
AAA Center for Pregnancy Counseling (402) 397-0600
Child Saving Institute (402) 553-6000
Essential Pregnancy Services (402) 554-1000
Heartland Family Services (402) 553-3000
NE Children’s Home Society (402) 451-0787
Omaha Healthy Start (402) 453-5300
Omaha Home for Boys (402) 457-7120
www.vachss.com/help_text/teen_parents.html   (helpful parenting information for teen parents)
 

 

 

Inclusive Community Resources
 
Anti-Defamation League 402-333-1303
PFLAG (Parents & Friends of Lesbians & Gays)   402-291-6781
Special Olympics of Nebraska 402-331-5545
Inclusive Communities 402-391-4460

 

Community Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous (402) 556-1880
Al Anon / Alateen (402) 553-5033
American Red Cross Food Pantry (402) 343-7700
Anti-Defamation League< (402) 333-1303
Birth Certificates (402) 444-7204
Campus for Hope (Substance Abuse) (402) 827-0570
Catholic Charities (402) 558-5700
Charles Drew Health Center (402) 451-3553
Crime Stoppers (Douglas County) (402) 333-1000
Crime Stoppers (OPD) (402) 444-STOP
DHHS Emergency Assistance (402) 595-3400
Douglas County Health Department (402) 444-7348
Douglas County Immunizations (402)444-6163
Health and Human Services (402) 595-3400
Iglesia Cristo Ray El Ca Food Pantry (402) 734-6957
Jewish Family Services (402) 330-2024
Latino Resource Center (402) 898-6700
Lutheran Family Services (402) 342-7007
Medicaid (in care of HHS) (402) 595-3400
Metropolitan Utilities District (M.U.D.) (402) 554-6666
Nebraska Health Connection (402) 595-1000
Omaha Housing Authority (402) 444-6900
Omaha Police Department – non emergency     (402) 444-5600
Omaha Police Department Gang Squad (402) 444-5990
One World Community Health Center (402) 734-4110
Region VI (402) 572-3075
Salvation Army (402) 898-5966
United Way 211


Emergency Shelters

McCauley Center (402) 342-3759
Open Door Mission (402) 422-1111
Salvation Army (402) 898-5900
Sienna House (402) 341-1821
Stephen Center (402) 731-0238
Youth Emergency Services (ages 13-18)   (402) 345-5187


COMMUNITY RESOURCES

The R. A. F. T. Website (Resources Available for Teens) is a very helpful tool for the Omaha Metropolitan community  created by the National Council of Jewish Women.  This website has resources for Abuse/Domestic Violence, Chemical Dependency, Counseling/Mental Health, Crisis Resources/Support Groups, etc. 

 

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