Proudly providing and enhancing Alzheimer's care, support, and research efforts across the state.
Cancer Plus Support Group is a support group for all types of cancer survivors, caregivers and general interest. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Willowbook at 6:30 p.m. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Oncology Department at York General Hospital.
2714 N Lincoln Ave
The Celiac Sprue Association is an international member-based non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to education and support of persons with celiac disease and their families.
The Center for Survivors provides advocacy for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Center is dedicated to the achievement of a violence free community.
Charcot Marie Tooth Association Support and Action Group will hold a support group meeting at Bryan Medical Center East in Lincoln. The meeting will run from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in classroom 3. We encourage patients with CMT, their family and friends to attend. To RSVP, or for more information please email email@example.com
1600 S 48th
Dementia Support Group - is a support group for those seeking emotional support and education. Meetings take place at 4 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month with the exception of May and December in the Great Room of the York General Hearthstone.
2600 N Lincoln Ave
Meets the last Thursday of each month from 6:30 - 8:00pm. Peer facilitated. NO fee to attend.
404 S 108th Ave; Room 226
Grief Support Group - This group sponsored by AseraCare meets the last Tuesday of the month at 3:30 p.m. at 401 Lincoln Ave., Suite #2 in York. All ages are welcome.
401 Lincoln Ave, Suite #2
Hope Heroes is a peer-based grief support group providing opportunities for families that have experienced the death of a loved one to connect with other families who have experienced a similar loss. Hope Heroes will help children, teens, & their adult caregivers work through their grief, & learn coping skills to grieve in their own way and pace through age appropriate activities.
Who: Adults & children who have experienced a death of a loved one. Children and teens will be grouped by ages: 5-7 years old, 8-11 years old, Middle school and High school.
When: Sunday afternoons, 4:00 – 5:30 for 9 weeks beginning September 23, 2018
Where: Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 806 Beaver Ave., York, NE
To register contact Emmanuel Lutheran Church at 402-362-6575, or online by clicking here »
This is not a counseling session but an opportunity for the adults & children, to discover others that are going through a similar circumstance. No one should ever grieve alone! There is no charge for this program!
La Leche League - Contact Gloria, Accredited LLL Leader, at (402) 362-6875 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for breastfeeding information, borrowing reading materials, DVDs and other aids. No fees. Pregnancy is the ideal time to utilize breastfeeding resources.
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.
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
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
Available in Spanish and TTY Services for Deaf and Heard of Hearing ASL Callers
SAMHSA DTAC helps states, U.S. territories, tribes, and local entities deliver an effective mental health and substance use-related response to disasters.
Services available include Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training, Tips for Disaster Responders, A Guide to Managing Stress for Disaster Responders and First Responders, Toolkits and more!
Also access the DTAC Learning Center - online training courses, training materials, webinars, podcasts, and videos.
The mission of the Seward County Pretrial Diversion Program is to provide persons charged with criminal offenses in Seward County an alternative to traditional criminal justice or juvenile justice procedures.
Smoking Cessation - Available at York General Hospital. For more information or for an appointment call 402.362.0462 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
2222 N Lincoln Ave
Suicide Survivor Support Group - Meets the last Tuesday of the month from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. at the Four Corners Health Department, 2101 N. Lincoln Avenue, in York. Hosted by Four Corners Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS). This group is a social support group intended to provide a safe and private environment for suicide survivors to share and learn from one another as they navigate their unique grief journey. To ensure this, we ask that each potential participant call ahead of time to participate in a brief conversation about your bereavement needs. Contact 402.362.2621 or 877.337.3573 to set up a time for this conversation.
2101 N Lincoln Ave
Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm. Peer facilitated. No fee to attend. For all adult suicide survivors.
602 Main Street
Meets the 2nd Monday of every month 6:55pm - 8:30pm. Peer facilitated. Donations accepted, but not required. For all adult suicide survivors.
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm. Peer facilitated. No fee to attend. For all suicide survivors 18 and older.
404 W Benjamin Ave
Over 700 resources for grief and loss (books, cd's, dvd's, etc). The Centering Corporation is the official bookstore for The Compassionate Friends.
he 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.
Remember, if you or your family are in immediate danger, please call 911.
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.
Available in English and Spanish.
The hotline offers access to many attorneys, financial advisors, professional counselors, mediators, clergy, and others. There are 167 behavioral health professionals working with the Rural Response Hotline. Ask about no-cost vouchers for counseling services.
Created in 1984 during the 1980s farm crisis, the Nebraska Rural Response Hotline continues to be a valuable and proven resource for farmers, ranchers and rural residents who experience hard times. Natural disasters in recent years have made these hard times even harder. More and more studies shine a light on the need for support in our rural communities. The Hotline provides that support to help you navigate these difficult times.
Whether you’ve been affected by a recent natural disaster or a health or financial crisis, our trained and experienced staff will help you assess your needs and direct you to resources specific to those needs.
Free monthly clinics, held at various sites throughout Nebraska, provide one-on-one confidential consultations with experienced professionals in farm finances and agricultural legal matters to help you with your specific issue. Topics include, but are not limited to, financial planning, estate and transition planning, succession planning as it pertains to the beginning farmer tax credit act (NextGen), farm loan programs, debtor/creditor law, fence law, and mediation.
Workshops, offered periodically, are educational opportunities provided in a classroom setting on topics such as succession planning, business entities, enterprise structure, and other relevant matters.
A coalition of farm organizations and religious denominations, led by Interchurch Ministries of Nebraska, were instrumental in establishing the Hotline. The Hotline is administered by the Rural Response Council and the Farm and Ranch Project in Legal Aid of Nebraska’s Bancroft office. It is supported through grants and by private, industry and charitable donations.
The Resolution Center offers a wide range of alternative dispute resolution services such as mediation, facilitation, and education / training services, . The center also provides our communities with educational outreach and public awareness on various topics of alternative dispute resolution.
York Area Military Support Group- For more information call Matt at 402.362.3425 or Ann at 402.362.4805.