Community Alliance is committed to both your mental and physical health.
For your convenience and health during the coronavirus pandemic, we are now providing the option to receive many of our services via telehealth. Telehealth lets you attend your appointment from the safety and comfort of your home. And, if you don’t have the means for telehealth communication, we may be able to provide the equipment you need to stay connected. Call us at 402-341-5128 for details.
Our Offices and Programs are Open:
We are accepting new referrals in all of our programs. Please give us a call or visit our office today.
- Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
- Safe Harbor peer crisis support services are available by phone and open for in person guests. Call 402.715.4226.
- Psychiatric, Primary Care, ACT, Community Support, Employment and Family and Peer Support services are available in person and via telehealth.
- Homeless outreach and case management services, as well as SOAR services are continuing.
- Our Day Rehabilitation program has reopened at both our 4001 Leavenworth and 7117 Jones locations, with social distancing being practiced in all classrooms and during other activities.
- Residential Rehabilitation facilities also remain open. Clients are welcomed with an appointment. Visitors are limited to family and guardians of clients.
- Prescription Services – If you have a prescription at our Genoa pharmacy and do not want to come in, please consider receiving your medicine by mail or using curbside pick-up. Call Genoa Pharmacy at 402-979-8011 with any questions, or to request alternative delivery.
We are Committed to Keeping You Safe.
The health and safety of staff, clients and visitors remains our top priority. In accordance with CDC guidelines and government directives, all staff, clients and visitors are asked to adhere to the following guidelines:
- Temperature screening is required when entering a Community Alliance facility.
- Masks are mandatory for all staff, clients, vendors and visitors in all common and shared areas.
- Social distancing is required. Staff, clients and visitors are asked to stay 6 feet apart from others wherever possible. Wait areas and classrooms have seating arranged to enhance social distancing.
- Limiting visitors – Only clients and essential caregivers, such as family members and legal guardians, are permitted to accompany a client in the building.
- High-touch surfaces are disinfected frequently – including door handles and countertops.
- Telehealth (video and phone) visits are encouraged.
Please, do your part to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. If you are experiencing any symptoms of coronavirus, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chills, headache, sore throat or loss of taste or smell:
- Stay home – even if your symptoms are mild. The majority of people experiencing coronavirus will have mild symptoms and will not need to see a doctor.
- Call your primary care provider. Your primary care provider will give you more information about when and where to seek in-person care. If you are experiencing symptoms, please do not come into the office unless your medical provider directs you to.
- Avoid close contact with sick people – stay at least 6 feet away.
- Stay home if you have flu-like symptoms.
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your elbow when you cough and sneeze.
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds – the length of time it takes to sing Happy Birthday twice.
- If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces often.