We are hiring for several full-time Outreach Worker positions to assist with the Nebraska Strong Recovery Project.  Click here for full details and how to apply!



Updates will be posted as they become available.


Aug. 10, 2021     Youth Mental Health First Aid – via Zoom
Sept. 10, 2021    QPR Training – via Zoom
Nov. 12, 2021     QPR Training– via Zoom


Updates will be posted as they become available.


2021 CLAS Grant Now Available

The FY 21-22 CLAS grant cycle is now in process.  To submit interest in grant funding, please visit our Grants Page.


2021 Summer Mini-Grants Now Available

The summer 2021 mini-grant cycle is now in process. To submit interest in grant funding, please visit our Grants Page.


Parents for Hope Support Group

For those parents/family needing to connect with others that have youth in their lives struggling with suicide ideations or attempts.  Education, resources, and support are available and will be provided. Parents for Hope Flyer


Virtual WRAP for High School Youth

Join other youth in making healthy life decisions, all while having a fun conversation, learning more about yourself, and actually writing a wellness plan. Parent support is required/see permission form attached. Virtual WRAP Flyer
Permission Form


Region V Systems Launches New Program to End Youth Homelessness

Are you interested in learning how you can help end youth homelessness?  Check out Region V Systems’ Host Homes Program to see how you can make a difference in a young person’s life.  We are now accepting applications for Host Providers!  Click here to visit the program:  Host Homes


Nebraska Strong Recovery Project

Community outreach work is being coordinated by Region V Systems to all those affected by the flood. If you, or someone you know, is living in Butler, Nemaha, Saline, Saunders, or Richardson County, we’d love to speak with you to offer support and resources!  Contact the Rural Response Hotline at 1-800-464-0258.


BHAC Committee Members Sought

Region V Systems is seeking applications from individuals who are interested in adult or children’s behavioral health services and wish to serve on the Behavioral Health Advisory Committee (BHAC). We are interested in filling vacancies with persons who possess education, training, competencies, and/or personal life experience in behavioral health. If you are interested in serving on the BHAC, please click here for information on how to apply.


New school resource officers in Lincoln receive behavioral health training tailored to youth
Each year, Lincoln police officers receive training from Region V Systems on recognizing behavioral health issues in adults so police can properly assess threats. But the latest training at Lincoln Berean Church paired police, school officials, and mental health care experts to better equip officers interacting with youth. Read the article


Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

The Nebraska Tobacco Quitline is still providing a free two-week supply of over-the-counter nicotine replacement therapy (one of the following: gum, patch or lozenge) while supplies last. The Quitline will ship the NRT directly to the caller’s home address.

To qualify, the caller must be:

  • Nebraska resident over the age of 18 who is ready to quit tobacco,
  • Registered with the Quitline and complete one coaching session.

Callers will be screened for medical eligibility to receive the free medication.
Callers can contact the Quitline 24/7 at 1-800-QUIT-NOW (784-8669).
For Spanish, call 1-855-DÉJELO-YA (335-3569). Translation is available in more than 170 languages.

Please see the attached flyer and share this information with individuals who might benefit from this opportunity.  English Spanish


Region V Systems Receives 6th Consecutive, 3-Year Accreditation

Great news! Region V Systems received another three-year CARF accreditation for our FYI and Prevention programs and a first-time, three-year accreditation for our Network Management. CARF identified many organizational strengths in the report; here are a few:

  • Board members and leadership reflect positive support and enthusiasm to achieve the strategic goals of quality care for those we serve.
  • A focused commitment for learning and professional development for all employees.
  • An improved, transparent environment for our providers.

A special thanks to all of our employees for the hard work and dedication to our mission. A true reflection of the word “teamwork.”


‘It’s not an easy life’ – The collision of homelessness and mental illness

“It’s hard to think about getting better when you’re simply trying to survive the day,” said Bridget Thompson, housing coordinator for Region V Systems. “You spend so much time hustling for food and water that everything else seems secondary.” Read more….


Recycling Efforts Recognized

GREAT NEWS! For our leadership in recycling efforts, Region V Systems has been awarded the Gold award through the Recycle Lincoln Leadership Recognition Program! Newly developed by the City of Lincoln, the program’s goal is a 30% per-capita reduction in landfill waste disposal by 2040. To earn a Gold award, a business must recycle and/or compost between 40% and 89% of waste generated. This gold-level award is yet another example of our employees’ dedication to community improvement and our organizational culture of striving to achieve excellence in all that we do.


LPD Training for Increase in Mental Health Calls

Goals of BETA training:
Reduce trauma of persons in crisis;
Reduce stigma and prejudice; and
Partner with peer services.

Learn more about Region V Systems’ BETA training, aimed to aid LPD in assessing and addressing mental health crisis calls on 10/11 Now.


CenterPointe, Region V Systems, and the Mental Health Association receive a $1.9 million, 3-year grant for services to house and support people who are chronically homeless.

“That’s the goal,” said John Turner, Director of Housing and Supported Living at Region V Systems. “We know everyone, we’ve assessed everyone, and we have a plan for everyone.”

Read the Lincoln Journal Star article
Video clip from 10/11 News


New Website Launched to Help Employers with Recruitment Needs, Job Seekers Find Employment

A free recruitment resource has been developed exclusively for Nebraska.  In response to the Legislature’s concern with growing behavioral health workforce challenges in our state, a website was developed specifically to promote behavioral health workforce opportunities in Nebraska.  This website was made possible through a collaboration between BHECN (Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska) and the Nebraska Regional Behavioral Health Authorities.

NebraskaBehavioralHealthJobs.com provides a FREE resource targeting employers who want to recruit specifically in the behavioral health field and for job seekers who want to work in this field.  Any employer who provides behavioral health services in Nebraska may post unlimited job openings for free.  Services are defined as direct or indirect care, including administrative agencies that serve a role in the behavioral health system of care.  Because we believe every position in an organization contributes to its overall success, the scope of job postings is meant to include every level in the workforce, from entry-level administrative support to licensed professionals.  By creating a customized profile, job seekers may also search jobs and post their resumes for free.  Click here for the Q & A fact sheet.

NebraskaBehavioralHealthJobs.com also has a Facebook page: please click here and “like us.”  Get your friends and family to do the same.  The more people who know about this, the more we can get the word out to educate employers and job seekers alike.  Please contact Kim Michael, project coordinator, should you have any questions.


Interpretation Services

Interpretation Services are available upon request by calling 402-441-4343 or by filling out the Contact Us form.


Parking Map

Please click here for a map of available parking when you come to visit our building.