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Boys Town knows every child and family that needs help requires individual care and unique solutions. That’s why we offer a wide-range of youth care and health care services. These services work in collaboration to meet the emotional, behavioral, physical and medical needs of children and families.

These services include Child and Family Services, the Boys Town National Hospital® and Medical Clinics, Education and Training, and Innovative, Applied Research. Within each of these areas are specific services and programs designed to address and meet the unique needs of each child and family.

The experts at Boys Town will direct you and your family to the right services and guide you to other services when they are needed. All the Boys Town services and programs are based on the same model of care so children and families get the same high-quality, professional care all along the way.

  • Children & Family Services

    Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health
    The Center works with children of all ages and their families to identify and treat issues such as depression, anxiety, school problems and ADHD. The Center offers general therapy and treatment, as well as a variety of specialty clinics.

    In-home Family Services
    Consultants work with families right in their homes, teaching parents new skills, how to prevent problems and how to resolve issues on their own after services end. These services are provided while children remain in their homes.

    Foster Family Services
    In these services, Boys Town recruits and trains foster parents who open their homes and hearts to children who need a safe place to live. Foster parents receive continual support from Boys Town.

    Boys Town National Hotline® (toll-free, 800-448-3000)
    The Hotline is staffed 24/7, year-round by trained counselors who can give advice and guidance on a wide range of issues, including adolescent defiance, tantrums, substance abuse and suicidal thoughts.

    Family Home Program
    In this program, Boys Town provides a family for children, ages 10 to 18, who can no longer live in their homes. Six to eight boys or girls live in each single-family home with a trained married couple called Family-Teachers®, who meet the youths’ daily needs and teach valuable life skills.

    Residential Treatment Center
    The Center provides inpatient care and treatment for children, ages 5 to 17, who have severe behavioral and mental health problems.

    Boys Town Parenting
    Through online blogs, articles and videos, Boys Town parenting experts share their wealth of experience on a broad variety of parenting subjects. This information, backed by research and proven in real-world situations, is available for in the parenting section of this website.

    Teachable Moments Blog
    What is a teachable moment? It's teaching and learning through family relationships and interactions. These blogs help tens of thousands of children and parents, focusing on practical ways to improve children’s behaviors and how to make Teachable Moments part of a family’s daily routine.

    Common Sense Parenting®
    These classes teach proactive skills and techniques that help parents create healthy family relationships that foster safety and well-being at home, in school and in the community. 

    Boys Town Press®
    As the publishing division of Boys Town, the Press produces resources that are based on the proven techniques used in Boys Town’s programs. They include practical, real-world lessons parents can use to manage behavior, build strong relationships and teach social skills to children.

    YourLifeYourVoice.org
    This free website offers self-help materials for teens and puts them in contact with trained counselors via phone, chat, text or email.

  • Boys Town National Research Hospital® and Medical Clinics

    Boys Town National Research Hospital
    The Hospital offers a broad range of clinical services, pediatric specialty care, psychiatric care and intensive pediatric hospital care.

    Center for Behavioral Health
    The Center offers a wide range of services and levels of care for children who are experiencing behavioral, emotional, academic or substance use concerns.

    Boys Town Pediatrics
    Our clinics provide primary pediatric care through over 25 board-certified providers in five locations across Omaha, Nebraska.

    Psychiatric Inpatient Hospitalization
    The Center provides immediate intervention and stabilization for children with severe behavioral and mental health crises.

    Residential Treatment Center
    Children and adolescents who have severe behavioral health problems or mental illness receive medically directed residential care in a safe environment.

    DLD and ME
    A website dedicated to raising awareness about developmental language disorder (DLD) and offering support and resources for families, teachers and those impacted by DLD.

    BabyHearing.org
    This comprehensive website offers education and information for parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

  • Education and Training

    Boys Town Training for Educators
    Backed by more than a century of experience in youth education, Boys Town has developed a series of evidence-based training programs for educators, administrators and school staff. These programs are designed to improve student learning and test scores while reducing classroom disruptions and office referrals.

    EIPA
    This assessment evaluates a sign language interpreter’s ability to demonstrate the unique skills required for sign interpretation in the educational setting.

    Free Parenting Resources
    Through online blogs, articles and videos, Boys Town parenting experts share their wealth of experience on a broad variety of parenting subjects. This information, backed by research and proven in real-world situations, is available for in the parenting section of this website.

    Common Sense Parenting®
    These classes teach proactive skills and techniques that help parents create healthy family relationships that foster safety and well-being at home, in school and in the community.

    Boys Town Press®
    As the publishing division of Boys Town, the Press produces resources that are based on the proven techniques used in Boys Town’s programs. They include practical, real-world lessons parents can use to manage behavior, build strong relationships and teach social skills to children.

    DLD and ME
    A website dedicated to raising awareness about developmental language disorder (DLD) and offering support and resources for families, teachers and those impacted by DLD.

    BabyHearing.org
    This comprehensive website offers education and information for parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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