Community Alliance knows that the impact of mental health challenges goes beyond just the medical symptoms. Frequently, it can affect one’s ability to get or keep a job, to maintain your home or apartment and the responsibilities that go with it, or just return to a sense of normalcy and stability. Financial and other struggles might even lead to homelessness.
We also understand that wellness and recovery means addressing these daily stressors in a positive and proactive way. We can help you regain that sense of stability by providing practical, hands-on assistance in your home, on the job, or wherever you are most comfortable.
Working with you to find, keep, and succeed on the job.
Hands-on services and supports in your home, neighborhood and community.
Outreach and other specialized services to help transition from homelessness.
A national model for navigating the complex application process for Social Security disability.
Operating 100+ apartment units in the Omaha area, all linked to supportive services.