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Capstone Behavioral Health
There’s a reason why Capstone Behavioral Health is known as the premier Mental Health Clinic in the Omaha and Fremont areas, and part of it has to do with maintaining a relationship with our patients. We strive to improve the quality of life for individuals and families with behavioral and mental health needs by providing the best services available. Ready for that next step? Contact our offices today.
Important COVID-19 Notice
The Covid-19 virus is affecting us all in various ways. It is important that you are aware of your own mental health, and that there are people who can assist. In response, Capstone’s trained professionals can provide therapeutic services either in-person or through our confidential video conferencing system. Don’t be afraid to reach out for help! Get services started by clicking here. Many of our Covid-related services are free or discounted. Found out more by going clicking here.
Capstone is a Fully-Accredited Mental Health Facility
Capstone Behavioral Health, P.C. proudly meets the requirements and is fully accredited with the Commission on Accreditation of Reform Facilities (CARF). CARF is an independent, nonprofit organization focused on advancing the quality of services used to meet needs for the best outcomes.
Capstone is guided by a Strategic Plan which utilizes input from external stakeholders. We are open to share our performance, goals and strategies that guide our treatment in a format that is accurate and understandable. These performance indicators are reviewed and updated on an annual basis. Capstone employs an Accessibility Plan that outlines barriers and guides its ability to allow treatment to individuals.
Capstone only hires the most qualified individuals to fulfill the needs and duties they will be asked to do. Our staff that includes provisionally and fully licensed therapists known as (Provisionally) Licensed (Independent) Mental Health Practitioner or commonly abbreviated as (P)L(I)MHP’s. We also employ Licensed and Provisionally Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselors or (P)LADC’s and Fully Licensed Psychologists.