Leslie Deal, LIMHP is a counselor in York, NE. She accepts multiple insurance plans.
Exercise classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:30 to 11:00; and an equipped exercise room is available for use any time the Center is open. Also, for the convenience of seniors, the Memorial Health Care Systems provide yearly flu shots.
Noon meals are served five days per week, with the exception of holidays or when special activities are scheduled. Birthdays and anniversaries are celebrated each month with a special meal and program.
Fourth Thursday of each month
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Suggested Donation – $6
Large potato, toppings, homemade desserts, and coffee or tea!
Seward Senior Shuttle
The Seward Senior Shuttle provides transportation for senior citizens of Seward who are age 60 or older and are ambulatory. Transportation is provided within the City Limits and two miles beyond. Reservations may be made by calling 402-643-3177 between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. This service is provided through the Lied Senior Center and is funded entirely through contributions and donations from clientele, organizations and businesses without the use of tax funds. Riders are asked to donate at least $1 per trip.
Substance abuse and mental health counseling. We offer court and probation-approved drug/alcohol evaluations, outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment and aftercare. We also offer mental health couseling for individuals, couples and groups. Specialties include addiction, trauma and grief counseling.
Providing a safe and loving environment for children 6 weeks to 13 years. Educational and Christian curriculum implemented throughout the center with age appropriate activities.
FOOD SERVICE: 3 meals are offered each day (7 days per week). Breakfast at 7:00am, Lunch at 12 Noon, and Supper at 5:30pm. If possible, call to make a reservation (especially for the morning meal) at (402) 362-0127. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come regardless. If you are in need of food pantry items, you can pick up food 7 days per week from 6:30am - 7:00pm.
CLOTHING DISTRIBUTION: If anyone needs specific clothing items, they can call the Mission and we will make those items available for their selection. We will NOT have open door distribution during virus transmission concerns. Please call if you have a need and we will gladly serve your needs if we can. We do not charge for any of our services including clothing.
CLASSES AND CHAPELS: Discipleship classes and Chapel services will continue at this time. If there is a local outbreak we will reassess at that time. Teachers and Chapel leaders are encouraged to make decisions about their participation according to their personal health concerns.
DROPPING OFF DONATIONS: We depend on the generous “Gifts in Kind” from our communities. If you are concerned about coming into the Mission with your gifts, please call from your vehicle when you arrive and we will be glad to come out to you.
Living Water Mission also offers overnight accommodations for people in need. Please contact them (whether by phone or in person) to learn more about this program.
Live Well Counseling Center of Greater Nebraska is a counseling service with a team of passionate therapists who strive to successfully guide our clients through life’s challenges. We are ready to do the same for you.
Our team of licensed professionals provides counseling and life coaching services across an array of specialties in a solution-focused environment. With all these pieces in place, you can focus on enjoying life and moving forward.
MAHONEY HOUSE ASSISTED LIVING
LIVE THE GOOD LIFE AT MAHONEY HOUSE
Located in one of York’s most beautiful and family-friendly neighborhoods, Mahoney House is the preferred Assisted Living community in York, Nebraska. Mahoney House offers residents a caring atmosphere, an active community, and a comfortable life. We would love for you to visit us with your family and loved ones and see for yourself!
FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND YOU
With Mahoney House’s convenient location in York, a host of dedicated services, and a wide array of amenities, each resident’s wants and needs are carefully tended to in an atmosphere dedicated to the closeness of family and friends. Residents enjoy their favorite board games, movies, entertainment, and other social activities in our large and comfy lounge areas throughout the community. The many activity spaces, services, and amenities at Mahoney House allow our residents to kick back, relax, and enjoy themselves with friends and family.
WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE
Life at Mahoney House includes our dining program featuring fresh, home-cooked meals prepared by our chef; housekeeping; engaging programs; daily wellness checks and more. Our community features a library, activity and crafts room, and an outdoor gardening area. We also have a private dining room, should you wish to host a more intimate gathering with your family. We drive groups to local markets, restaurants, and attractions, too. Healthcare and shopping are minutes away, and East Hill Park and York College are nearby. Have a request? We are more than happy to take you wherever you need or want to go—just ask!
CARE THAT’S ALWAYS THERE
Our Assisted Living residents and residents’ families receive valuable peace of mind knowing that staff is available 24 hours a day. Prior to moving in, we speak with you and your physician to find just the right level of assistance that will allow you to enjoy your independence to the fullest. Together, we will compose an Individual Service Plan (ISP) to guide us in assisting you. We provide medication and treatment administration, special diet plans, shower assistance, dressing assistance, and more as needed. Our mission is to provide a lifestyle that fosters independence, actively engages the mind, invigorates the body and nurtures the spirit while offering you and your loved ones the peace of mind you deserve.
Launched in 2011, MakeTheConnection.net connects Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with mental health information, local resources, and Veterans’ own inspiring stories of recovery. Visitors can learn about the signs of mental health conditions or substance use problems and find sources of support. The site is free and accessible to everyone. You can insert your local zip code to find local resources as well.
Problems with alcohol or drugs: https://maketheconnection.net/symptoms/alcohol-drug-problems
Suicide risk: https://maketheconnection.net/conditions/suicide
Group therapy and peer support: https://maketheconnection.net/stories/715
The summer meal program is free to kids and teens (ages 1 through 18). Adult meals are available for $2.50 for breakfast and $4.00 for lunch.
Available from Wednesday, June 1, 2022 - Tuesday, July 12, 2022. Monday through Friday, except July 4th - 5th.
Breakfast 8 - 8:30am; Lunch 12 - 12:30pm.
1501 Washington Ave
The Metschke Counseling Center is committed to providing each client with an exceptional level of care and attention. At the Metschke Counseling Center, we are proud to be privately owned and operated.
Our Treatment Focus is on You
Our dedicated therapists and counselors work together as a team to provide high-quality comprehensive care. Our compassionate and understanding therapists take pride in paying close attention to each client's needs.
Our therapy: Depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, PTSD, drug and alcohol use
We are committed to serving your every need; from pre-planning to final arrangements and everything in between. We have been serving the families of Central Nebraska for over 100 years and will be here for you in your time of need.
We are committed to serving your every need; from pre-planning to final arrangements and everythng in between. We have been serving the families of Central Nebraska for over 100 years and will be here for you in your time of need.
Welcome to Mid America Vision Center in Hebron. Andrea Steele and the Mid America Vision Center team strive to provide the best in optometry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optometry services and join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam appointment at our Hebron office.
Mid America Vision Center is a full service eye and vision care provider, accepting both eye emergencies as well as scheduled appointments. Patients throughout the Hebron area come to Mid America Vision Center because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. Steele and our team are dedicated to keeping our patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. At Mid America Vision Center, we will explain every exam and procedure and answer all of our patients' questions. Additionally, at Mid America Vision Center, we offer vision financing options and will work with vision insurance providers to ensure good eye health and vision care for all of our patients.
About Our Facility
Our mission is to provide a Christian living environment in which residents are able to live with dignity while receiving quality care.
We are a certified and licensed nursing home providing short or long-term nursing care in a comfortable, residential atmosphere.
• Skilled nursing 24 hours per day, 7 days a week
• Physical therapy services
• Occupational therapy services
• Restorative care
Other Features Available:
• Individually decorated rooms to fit each resident
• Busy activity department
• Beautiful landscaping including neighboring Arboretum
• Local, dedicated, and professional staff selected due to their caring attitude
• Home cooked meals
• Newly updated construction in many parts of our facility
Midwest Covenant Home holds a history of more than 50 years of serving as a health care provider in the Stromsburg area. Our commitment continues as we look forward to the next 50+ years. We offer a continuum of care that prides just the right amount of assistance or skilled nursing for each of our residents.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Jeff Spahr, DDS
Janna Spahr, DDS
Alyssa Cattle, DDS
Thank you for choosing Milford Family Medical Center. The following information will assist you in getting the most out of your patient visit.
Our regular office hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Call before 9 a.m. to schedule a same-day appointment for sick care.
We understand that no one plans to be sick. So when urgent visits become necessary, we will make every effort to find a time that will minimize your wait. In the interest of time, it may be necessary to schedule your appointment with another medical provider. It is always helpful if you call in advance of your visit to the clinic.
It is helpful to schedule your routine and annual check-ups well in advance. This allows adequate time with your physician.
To provide better patient care, we do not interrupt our physicians during patient visits to answer calls from pharmacies. Therefore, it is unlikely that your local pharmacist will be able to renew your prescription while you wait. If you need a prescription renewed, please contact your pharmacist in advance.
Most patients on maintenance medications require periodic follow-up with a physician. Please ask your doctor how often you should come in for follow-up care.
Having access to your patient records allows us to provide the best response to telephone inquiries. When you call, our clinic receptionist will ask for a brief reason for your call and will obtain your name and phone number. She will then route your question to your physician's nurse who will return your call as promptly as possible.
Please contact MHCS Clinic Administrator, at 402-646-4622 for additional information.
Volunteer Fire and EMS services
The Senior Center of Milford provides services and activities for older adults (60+) in Seward County. The center offers low-cost nutritious meals five days per week. Reservations must be made one day in advance. On the second Thursday of each month, instead of the regular noon meal, brunch is served at 11:00 am, followed by BINGO at 11:30 am. Each Wednesday the center offers a hot dish and Salad Bar. One Wednesday each month is designated as Wellness Wednesday and features a speaker following the Salad Bar. The last Monday of the month a special noon meal with entertainment following, is scheduled to celebrate the Birthdays of that month. All are invited, but reservations must be made in advance.
A variety of recreational activities are offered daily, including crafts, card games, music, exercise classes and equipment. As well as day trips through Seward County Transit. If you have a talent you can share, please stop by!
The Milford Senior Shuttle operates between 9:00 am and 2:30 pm. You may use the shuttle for any stops around Milford, just contact the center, preferably the day before so we can have our drivers ready.
Many opportunities exist for volunteers to share their time and talents. Volunteers help by driving for the Senior Shuttle, picking meals up, preparing and serving meals, training people to use the exercise equipment, preparing for our fundraisers, teaching crafts and exercise classes to name a few.
The Center also offers regularly scheduled blood pressure screenings, blood sugar checks and foot care.
Retail Pharmacy and Drugstore
Provides residential and day services to persons with developmental disabilities and other special needs.
A peer-support group for those grieving the suicide death of someone significant. Adults, teens, and children (ages kindergarten and up) are welcome. You may register as an individual or as a family.
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention, and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professional in the United States.
WORKING TOGETHERTO IMPROVE EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN
& YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES
Nebraska ChildFind provides information to parents, school personnel, and service providers on child development and special education for children from birth (or date of diagnosis) to age 21. ChildFind also helps parents access information on rights and resources to help them advocate for an appropriate education for their child.
Does your child have trouble learning, speaking, hearing, seeing, walking or taking part in activities with other children? Or are you concerned about your child's physical condition, learning or development in other areas?
Childfind is part of the Nebraska Early Development Network, that may be able to help families with infants and toddlers that experience developmental delays, genetic syndromes, medical impairments, as well as many other disabilities, though service coordination and other services.
Taxpayer Assistance Offices for Nebraska Taxes
301 CENTENNIAL MALL S
NE Lifespan Respite Network Brochure
Taking care of yourself - is one of the best ways to help your loved ones!
Respite is help for the helpers. Respite is a break for unpaid family caregivers caring for a loved one with special needs. Respite allows the family caregiver time away to care for their personal needs. Research shows that when family caregivers take time for themselves, they improve their physical and emotional health.
You can use respsite to: Go to the grocery store, visit the doctor, have lunch with a friend, take a nap, or anything else you need or want to reduce stress.
A family caregiver is a person who provides ongoing care for an individual unable to care for themself due to age, physical or mental disability, or illness. If your loved one cannot be left alone due to a special need, we can help.
Caregiving is rewarding, but also demanding and stressful. We offer information, education, and support. We are the place to contact to discuss your respite needs.
Who provides respite? There is some flexibility in finding providers. Your local respite coordinator can assist you with finding a provider in your area. You may be able to use family members, friends, or neighbors as paid providers. Depending on funding source, other possibilities include: organizations, camps, a trusted agency, a local volunteer-led organization or group, volunteer-led school-based program, equine program, faith-based or other approved activities. While your loved one is attending an activity, you are getting a break-and that's what respite is all about!
You can locate screened respite providers at nrrs.ne.gov/respite. Click on "Find a Provider."
Any Problem. Any Time.
Raising kids is hard. The Nebraska Family Helpline is here to help. It's OK to ask for advice.
Resources for parents & families available 24/7.
The Nebraska Family Helpline at (888) 866-8660 makes it easier for families to obtain assistance by providing a single contact point 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Trained Helpline operators screen calls to assess immediate safety needs, identify the potential level of a behavioral health crisis, make recommendations or referrals to appropriate resources, and help callers connect to emergency resources or providers. The Helpline is supervised by licensed mental health professionals.
Family Helpline operators also can connect eligible families to the Family Navigator Service. This service helps families move through Nebraska's child- and family-care system more efficiently to get the assistance they need. Available within 24 to 72 hours after a Helpline referral, Family Navigator helps families identify existing community-based services and provides support from people who have had personal experience in the system.
Nebraska Local Outreach to Suicide Loss Survivors (LOSS) is made up of volunteer teams called LOSS Teams. These teams are made up of trained clinicians and survivors of suicide loss that offer meaningful support, resources, and sources of hope to those that have lost a loved one to suicide
The Nebraska Telephone Assistance Program (NTAP also known nationally as the Lifeline Program) assists qualifying low-income individuals with keeping telephone services affordable by lowering monthly service rates. Individuals can qualify for NTAP by participating in Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Children’s Health Insurance Programs (CHIP), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Veterans Pension Benefit/Survivors Pension Benefit, Federal Public Housing, or if household income is at or below 135 percent of the poverty level.
1200 N Street, Suite 300
Lincoln, NE 68508
Mediation services for agricultural borrowers, creditors, and USDA program participants. Free one-on-one education on agricultural financial and legal matters.
Finding quality care can be confusing. The NIAAA Alcohol Treatment Navigator is a comprehensive, yet easy-to-use, tool that makes the search easier by telling you what you need to know - and what you need to do - to recognize and choose appropriate, quality care.
Osceola / Shelby Housing Authority, a Housing Authority. Housing authorities provide information on section 8 public housing, rentals, applications, eligibility, affordable, low income, subsidized fair housing, HUD homes, housing projects, and section 42 tax credits.
Osceola Senior Center provides a variety of services that are available to Polk County. These services include: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Home Delivered Meals, Information & Referral, Leisure Activities/Recreation. This agency serves older adults that are 60 years old and older. Contact the agency for any eligibility questions. You can also contact your closest Aging & Disability Resource Center: Aging Partners.
Serves congregate meals 5 days a week and home delivered meals 7 days a week. Busy wheels, cards, pool, games, puzzles, fellowship, birthday parties.
Health and Beauty Aids, Diabetic supplies, home health care, prescriptions, nursing home services, mailout and special delivery.
Medication services include:
Automatic Rx Refill Program
Assisted Living Home Services
Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
Durable Medical Equipment
Compliance Packaging Options
Free Blood Pressure Testing
Local Home Delivery
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm. Peer facilitated, and no fee to attend.
Parkinson’s Support Group - Meets every third Tuesday at 2 p.m.. Call Rita at York General Hospital, 402.362.0440, for more information.
2222 N Lincoln Ave
Since 2002, the office of Annette Cserna, DDS, PC has been your home for high-quality orthodontic care in the Lincoln and York, NE areas. Dr. Annette Cserna is dedicated to providing customized treatments for each of her patients in a way that makes them feel listened to and comfortable through the entire process. Our excellent team supports this commitment with energy and an eye to detail that makes the entire experience smooth and hassle-free.
We are completely committed to you, from scheduling to finding a flexible payment arrangement, and finally achieving the best oral health of your life. We provide a caring and friendly atmosphere that features the polished professional care we would like to receive for ourselves.
Contact our Lincoln or York, NE orthodontic office today to schedule your complimentary consultation, and let us embrace you!
Provides low income senior housing.
The Polk County Health Department has been in existence since 1979 The services offered are available to all residents of Polk County, regardless of income status. Funding comes from a number of sources including: private contracts, private payment based on a fee for services, donations, grants, and tax support from the Polk County Government.
Services of the department include: Homemaker/Chore Services, School Nursing, Health Screenings, Health Education Program, Pedicure Clinics, Blood Pressure Clinics, Public Flu Vaccines, Immunization Clinics - Adult and Childhood, Drug/Alcohol Testing, Lifeline, Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance.
To obtain services from the Polk County Health Department, simply contact the office at (402) 747-2211.
330 North State Street
Contact Polk County Health Department to learn about Lifeline options to help keep you or your aging loved ones safe.
Lifeline offers a range of choices to help maintain independence. Whether you need the go-anywhere protection of GoSafe, the automatic fall protection of AutoAlert, or the peace of mind offered by HomeSafe.
Contact Polk County Health Department to learn more. (402) 747-2211
330 North State Street
Clinics to monitor blood pressure will be held each Tuesday of the month. They will be held at the Senior Center and rotate between each town in Polk County.
First Tuesday - Osceola Senior Center
Second Tuesday - Shelby Senior Center
Third Tuesday - Stromsburg Senior Center
Fourth Tuesday - Polk Senior Center
Walk-ins are welcome any day of the week at the Polk County Health Department. Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.
Polk County Health Department
330 North State Street
Osceola, NE 68651
330 North State Street