Boys Town National Hotline Partners with Nebraska Medicine and Omaha Public Schools to Assist with Suicide Prevention Monday, Jan 23, 2017 Page Image Page ContentThe Boys Town National Hotline® recently partnered with Nebraska Medicine and Omaha Public Schools in an effort to provide lifesaving information to more at risk youth in the Omaha community. Nebraska Medicine's mental health-related initiatives aligned perfectly with the Hotline's efforts within the Omaha community. By partnering with Omaha Public Schools, Nebraska Medicine and the Hotline are able to reach a large number of students across the Metro.The partnership between these three organizations will provide Hotline materials such as posters, wallet cards, banners, pencils and many other small items containing the Hotlines contact information to 85 different schools across Omaha. Over 52,000 students in the Omaha community will be given potentially lifesaving contact information due to the large donation of $25,000 from Nebraska Medicine and the support of Omaha Public Schools. "We are so grateful for this opportunity to reach the students of Omaha Public Schools," said Ginny Gohr, Director of the Boys Town National Hotline. "We are a national hotline, but Omaha is our home, and we want all of the students in Omaha to have our contact information in case they ever need someone to listen."Boys Town extends a thank you to Nebraska Medicine for the substantial donation and to Omaha Public Schools for their support. With the help of these two organizations, the Boys Town National Hotline will be able to serve more youth within the Omaha community.