2255 S. 132nd St. – STE 200 – Omaha, NE 68144

We’re in our 27th year of service to you; we know a lot about sorting out the most complex situations, and getting going with a process of help swiftly. We are likely familiar with your employer and its health plan. We’ll go to work for you right away to facilitate the process of getting started with services – so you can concentrate on getting better.


Our staff, collectively, works six days a week – we’ll find a time that fits your needs. We answer the phone live in the office 5 days a week. We see clients most evenings and Saturday mornings, too.

Getting Started – Forms

Looking for nuts & bolts information about our office – hours, location, intake forms, and the like? Use this link, or use the menu to go to Getting Started – Forms.

Call us at 402-334-1122

  • after hours: in emergencies, please dial 911
  • other callers – please leave a complete message, and we’ll return your call the next business day.

Weather-related information

We rarely close on account of weather, but you can look for closing information on WOWT.com – Alternatively, you can check our status on Facebook. You may have to log into your personal Facebook account in order to access our page.

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