Simplify Your Health Care
When behavioral and medical health care is integrated, we see more positive outcomes and greater success. That’s why we offer physical health services alongside our behavioral health services all under one roof. Our primary health care clinic is staffed with licensed medical professionals, wellness coaches, care coordinators, and more to help you manage your health care. Our goal: make health care seamless and simple for you.
Whether it’s treating a cold or the flu, scheduling a regular checkup or getting up to date on your immunizations and other preventative care, we can handle your day-to-day and non-emergency medical needs so you can keep all your care at one convenient place—Community Alliance.
Our medical team can diagnose and treat chronic illnesses like diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol. We help put together a customized plan that includes your health issues and goals, coordinate specialty care, and provide education and support to help you minimize your symptoms and enhance your quality of life.
Health and Wellness
Take advantage of a range of services and programs to support your pathway to a healthier lifestyle including exercise groups, nutrition and cooking classes, smoking cessation, and stress reduction. Our Health and Wellness Specialists are available with education, resources and support to help you get started and stay on course to achieve your goals.
Call us at 402-884-7223 to see how we can help you coordinate your physical and mental health needs into one, integrated plan.
Community Alliance accepts Medicaid, Medicare and most private insurance for its primary health care services. For those without insurance, we offer a sliding fee scale.
We value your questions, comments and information requests and will respond to you in as timely manner as we can.
* This contact form is not monitored on a 24 hour / 7 day a week basis. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need to speak to someone right away, do not use this form. Call your doctor, therapist, or crisis support number. If you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.