The Top-Rated Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Nebraska

There are 58 dual diagnosis treatment centers in Nebraska. Our editors selected the 16 top facilities based on reviews, accreditations, and how effectively they treat addiction and co-occurring mental disorders.

IN THIS GUIDE

  • South Central Behavioral Services, Cirrus House, St. Monica’s, and 13 other treatment centers (View All)
  • Each treatment center in our list has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission or a CARF accreditation for addiction services, (b) Composite online review score of 2.5/5 stars or better, (c) Robust programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

Top Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

South Central Behavioral Services

South Central Behavioral Services in Nebraska

308-237-5951  |    Visit Website

3810 Central Avenue, Kearney, Nebraska 68848

Treatment through South Central is going to include EMDR, parent-child interaction therapy, relapse prevention, DBT, individual and group therapies, gender-specific groups, and aftercare planning. Other options might involve skill-building, social activities, vocational skill-building, health and exercise, wellness recovery plans, and peer support.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, and trauma. They also offer treatment programs for psychiatric-only care.

Levels of Care: IOP, PHP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Note: South Central also provides foster care services, jail services, and peer support.

Cirrus House

Cirrus House in Nebraska

308-635-1488  |    Visit Website

1509 1st Avenue, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361

Treatment plans are going to include a variety of evidence-based therapies and holistic modes of treatment. Some options offered to clients at Cirrus House includes vocational training, nutrition, education and employment services, motivational interviewing, CBT, DBT, schema therapy, and 12-step programs. They also provide treatment for struggling youth and individuals who are dealing with homelessness as well.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

Levels of Care: OP, PHP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF

St. Monica’s

St. Monica's in Nebraska

402-441-3768   |    Visit Website

120 Wedgewood Drive, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510

Services include individual, group, and family therapy, parenting education, spiritual counseling, and relapse prevention. Each therapy plan is trauma-informed, and other options may include equine therapy, EMDR, and DBT. Groups provided utilize yoga, therapy dogs, women’s empowerment, spirituality, and expressive art.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment, PHP, IOP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF Accredited
Editorial Note: This is a women’s only facility, but they offer programs for any potential children involved as well.

Women’s Empowering Life Line

Women's Empowering Lifeline in Omaha, NE

402-379-3622  |    Visit Website

910 W Park Avenue, Norfolk, Nebraska 68701

Treatment programs are going to include group therapies, individual counseling, contingency management, eye movement desensitization reprocessing, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical and behavior therapy, medication management, and community support. Individualized community support services might look like budgeting, independent living skills, employment skills, and education.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, trauma, and eating disorders.

Levels of Care: OP, IOP, Residential, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: Joint Commission
Editorial Note: This is a women’s only treatment center.

Valley Hope of O’Neill

Valley Hope of O'Neill in Nebraska

402-336-0008   |    Visit Website

1421 N 10th Street, O’Neill, Nebraska 68763

In order to meet the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional needs of each client, Valley Hope offers 12-step programs, group, individual, and family therapy, recreational activities, medication management, and a variety of holistic options. Clients play an active role in determining the course of treatment, and that treatment plan may be modified as needs change.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: Detox, Inpatient Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: Joint Commission Gold Seal & NAATP Accredited

The Friendship House

The Friendship House in Lincoln, NE

308-675-3345  |    Visit Website

707 West 1st Street, Grand Island, Nebraska 68801

Treatment services provided through The Friendship House are DBT life skills training, individual and family counseling, and trauma-focused therapies such as EMDR. Through evaluation for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions, clients are able to discuss with their treatment team the best course of treatment for more effective recovery.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Levels of Care: OP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF

Stephen Center

Stephen Center in Nebraska

402-715-5442   |    Visit Website

2723 Q Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68107

Inpatient treatment options provided include motivational approaches, group, and individual therapy, family inclusion, 12-step, medication management, holistic approaches to health promotion, and more. Each plan is based on the client’s needs.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment, IOP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF Accredited

Oasis Counseling International

Oasis Counseling in Omaha, NE

402-379-2030  |    Visit Website

333 Norfolk Avenue, Second Floor, Norfolk, Nebraska 68701

Services specific to Oasis Counseling include the Befriend mentoring program, individual, group, and family counseling, play therapy, anger management, and spiritual inventory. Different groups might involve money management classes, and relapse prevention.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF

Human Services Inc.

Human Services Inc in Nebraska

308-762-7177   |    Visit Website

419 West 25th Street, Alliance, Nebraska 69301

Human Services offers a variety of different trauma informed treatment plans, all of which are customized to the specific client’s needs and goals. Those therapies are determined between the client and their treatment team and might include individual or group therapies, family support, and relapse prevention services.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, trauma, and anxiety.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment, OP, IOP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF Accredited

Nebraska Medicine

Nebraska Medicine in Omaha, NE

402-552-6007  |    Visit Website

4239 Farnam Street, Ste 701, Omaha, Nebraska 68131

Individual psychotherapy and group therapy make up the main components of outpatient treatment, as well as medication management for those who need it. Other forms of therapy are usually decided between the client and treatment team on an as needs basis to treat the entire patient and not just the symptoms of substance abuse.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

Levels of Care: IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: Joint Commission

CenterPointe

CenterPointe in Nebraska

402-475-8717   |    Visit Website

2633 P Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68503

CenterPointe’s residential program includes individual, group, and family counseling, medication management, recreational therapies, nutrition planning, wellness, and life skills education. Other treatments and modalities may be available depending on the specific needs of each client.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF Accredited
Editorial Note: A lot of their programs offer services to individuals experiencing homelessness.

Heartland Counseling Services

Heartland Counseling Services in Omaha, NE

402-494-3337  |    Visit Website

917 W 21st Street, South Sioux City, Nebraska 68776

Intensive outpatient programs through Heartland Counseling Services is going to last approximately three months depending on the client and their individual needs and goals. Programs are going to address individual and group therapy, drug dependency, and relapse prevention strategies.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, trauma, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, psychosis, and ADHD.

Levels of Care: IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: CARF

Blue Valley Behavioral Health

Blue Valley Behavioral Health in Lincoln, NE

402-261-4017  |    Visit Website

3901 Normal Boulevard, Suite 201, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506

Because each client is different and each client’s needs are different when it comes to their specific combination of substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions, each treatment plan through Blue Valley Behavioral Health is going to be extremely individualized. Clients will have their own treatment teams that help determine the course of each recovery journey, and as goals and needs change, so too will those plans.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, and ADHD.

Levels of Care: OP, IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Lasting Hope Recovery Center

Lasting Hope Recovery Center in Nebraska

402-717-5300   |    Visit Website

415 S 25th Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 68131

Treatment will vary from person to person depending on specific needs, however, some options may include individual and group therapy, family therapy, spirituality, 12-step programs, and trauma-informed care. The goal of treatment here is relapse prevention.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, PTSD, trauma, and psychotic disorders. They also offer psychiatric-only services.

Levels of Care: Inpatient Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, PHP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: Joint Commission Gold Seal

NOVA Treatment Community

NOVA Treatment Community in Nebraska

402-455-8303  |    Visit Website

48502 Mormon Bridge Road, Omaha, Nebraska 68152

Residential programs are going to include daily group therapies, individual therapy, family therapy and support groups, daily independent living skills building, vocational or employment training and services, drug education, relapse prevention, peer support services, yoga and nursing assessments. NOVA provides treatment for men and women older than 19, and length of stay and type of treatment is dependent upon continued assessment of progress.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: CARF

Behavioral Health Resources

Behavioral Health Resources in Lincoln, NE

402-486-1101  |    Visit Website

7441 O Street, Suite 107, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510

There are several goals that Behavioral Health Resources aims to meet when providing clients with outpatient treatment: explore feelings and behaviors, discover underlying causes for substance abuse, become self-aware, develop positive and healthy mechanisms to cope with triggers and plan for a future of sobriety. The length of treatment really depends on the client. Some of the offered therapies include a combination of individual, group and family therapies, EMDR, clinical hypnosis, interactive journaling, ego state therapy, and psychoeducation.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: OP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: N/A
Accreditations: CARF

Nebraska Addiction Resources

Additional Resources For Finding Help in Nebraska:

Overdose Prevention Resources

Nebraska Crisis Hotlines

Addiction Recovery Support Meetings