Methodist Health System Services
Community Counseling Program
Mental Health Services
The Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program helps those who might otherwise not have access to mental health services. Free, confidential counseling is provided by experienced, licensed, master's-level mental health practitioners in office space provided by churches and public schools. No fee is charged for services. Donations are welcome. The program is funded by Methodist Hospital Foundation.
- Crisis intervention
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Family counseling
- Community presentations
- 10 Churches/Non-School
- 8 Omaha Public High Schools
- 12 Omaha Public Middle School
Community Counseling Program Summer Classes
Learn More About Methodist Community Counseling Program
Victor Schuermann, Jack Formanek from the Community Counseling Program and a representative from OPS counseling department were interviewed by Diana Waggoner, Executive Director of The Kim Foundation on January 11, KCRO radio. A link to the 49 minute interview is below and can be found on The Kim Foundation Website.
To contact the Methodist Community Counseling Program, call (402) 354-6891.
To make a charitable donation in support of the program, call Methodist Hospital Foundation at (402) 354-4825 or go to http://www.methodisthospitalfoundation.org.