HERO Addiction Recovery
Stephen Center’s HERO Program provides substance abuse treatment for low-income and homeless individuals. Services are also provided for those who are dually diagnosed with both substance abuse and mental illness. Multiple levels of care include:
Clients live in the John Hoich Center for Recovery to complete residential treatment followed by intensive outpatient treatment within a structured living environment that utilizes a “step down” system of addiction recovery.
Stephen Center provides non-residential outpatient services consisting of 6-8 weeks of group and individual co-occurring treatment. Costs are based on a sliding scale. Some Stephen Center residents in emergency shelter and permanent supportive housing qualify for services at no cost.
Stephen Center provides non-residential intensive outpatient services consisting of 12-16 weeks of group and individual co-occurring treatment. Costs are based on a sliding scale. Some Stephen Center residents in emergency shelter and permanent supportive housing qualify for services at no cost.
Provides non-residential intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment for juveniles ages 13 to 19. Treatment consists of group and individual co-occurring treatment. Cost is based on a sliding scale.
HERO Juvenile Program
Dominique Moreno, Juvenile Services Coordinator
2715 Q Street
Omaha, NE 68107
Option 1: An evaluation conducted by appointment with a licensed staff member ($190)
Option 2: An evaluation conducted during Wednesday morning walk-in evaluation clinic with a supervised intern ($25). Walk-in clinic hours are 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Clients are seen on a first come, first served basis.
Stephen Center HERO Program
5217 S. 28th Street
Omaha, NE 68107
AT STEPHEN CENTER, we hope that program participants never stop dreaming. Our job is to help the homeless achieve housing, the addicted achieve sobriety, the sick achieve wellness, and the fearful achieve strength . . .