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CenterPointe is constantly pushing the boundaries to find better ways in helping people be well. We know that recovery for homeless and low-income people hinges on having basic needs met.
Housing services are designed for low-income individuals and families experiencing problems with mental illness, substance use, or co-occurring disorders. Some programs require homelessness for eligibility.
We believe in a housing first model. Supportive services for each program can include case management, recovery support and/or peer support as well as access to outpatient counseling and medication management.
Contact Denise Packard at 402-475-5161
Serving single adults who are experiencing homelessness and co-occurring disorders
Long-term rental assistance for single adults
Serving people experiencing chronic homelessness
Priority given to people transitioning out of Lincoln Regional Center, Crisis Center or other emergency level of care
Project-based, long term housing assistance for adults
Serving homeless young adults 18 - 24
Serving small families
A variety of programs serving veterans
People engaged in CenterPointe services can also work with a Primary Care Nurse who can help with access to healthcare resources, provide health education, and coordinate care between CenterPointe and primary care doctors.