Welcome to NABHO
The Nebraska Association of Behavioral Health Organizations exists to actively promote sound, responsive, efficient, and effective substance abuse and mental health services for the people of Nebraska.
Who We Serve
Community behavioral health organizations serve over 29,000 Nebraskans. We are important working partners in the provision of services and the conduct of the overall Nebraska Behavioral Health System.
Community Behavioral Health Organizations are committed to working within the community to meet the ever-changing needs and concerns of a diverse population.
Board of Directors
|Scott Dugan||President||Mid-Plains Center for Behavioral Health Services, Inc.|
|Amy Richardson||Vice President – Mental Health||Lutheran Family Services|
|Connie Barnes||Vice President – Substance Abuse||Behavioral Health Specialists, Inc.|
|Jonah Deppe||Vice President – Consumer Affairs||NAMI – Nebraska|
|Pat Connell||Secretary||Boys Town|
|Topher Hansen||Treasurer||CenterPointe, Inc.|
|Mary Barry Magsamen||Past President||St. Monica's|
|Aubrianna Faustman||Central Office Staff||American Communications Group, Inc.|
Your feedback regarding this website is appreciated, please e-mail Pat.Connell@boystown.org.
This webpage is in part sponsored by the
Nebraska NIMH Outreach Partnership Program
Nebraska Association of Behavioral Health Organizations (NABHO)
1141 H Street, Suite B Lincoln, NE 68508 (402) 475-0727
The Outreach Partnership Program is a nationwide initiative of the NIMH’s Office of Constituency Relations and Public Liaison (OCRPL) with support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and in cooperation with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Program partners with national and state organizations to strengthen the public health impact of research by disseminating the latest scientific findings; informing the public about mental disorders, alcoholism, and drug addiction; and reducing the associated stigma and discrimination. The Program strives to increase public awareness about the important role of basic and clinical research in transforming the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses and addiction disorders, paving the way for prevention, recovery, and cure. The Program also provides NIMH with the opportunity to engage community organizations in a dialogue to help develop a national research agenda to improve America’s mental health.