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Behavioral Health Services, call
531-355-3500
Monday–Friday  •   8 am–5 pm CST
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    Child and adolescent psychiatry (including medication management)

    Board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists provide comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and medication management for youth and families experiencing concerns with a child’s mental and/or behavioral health.

    Child and adolescent psychological services (including individual and family therapy)

    Licensed psychologists provide comprehensive psychological evaluations and diagnostic assessments. Individual, family, group and dual-diagnosis intensive outpatient treatment is available for youth and families experiencing concerns with a child’s mental and/or behavioral health.

    Parenting classes and online parenting advice

    Boys Town Common Sense Parenting® classes provide parents with proven techniques that can help them build good family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior, and improve positive behavior.

    Residential, family-style living for children

    In Boys Town’s Family Home ProgramSM, we provide a family for children ages 10 to 18 who cannot live in their own homes. Boys or girls reside in each single-family home with a married couple called Family-Teachers® who meet the daily needs of the youth while teaching them useful skills and building positive relationships.

    Intensive inpatient and residential treatment for children with mental health and behavioral issues

    The Residential Treatment Center provides medically directed treatment for youth with severe behavioral health problems or mental illness. The Inpatient Psychiatric Unit provides the highest level of care for an immediate crisis through hospitalization.

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For medical services, call Boys Town National Research Hospital and Medical Clinics.
531-355-1234
24 hours a day  •  7 days a week
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    Child and adolescent psychiatry (including medication management)

    Board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists provide comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and medication management for youth and families experiencing concerns with a child’s mental and/or behavioral health.

    Child and adolescent psychological services (including individual and family therapy)

    Licensed psychologists provide comprehensive psychological evaluations and diagnostic assessments. Individual, family, group and dual-diagnosis intensive outpatient treatment is available for youth and families experiencing concerns with a child’s mental and/or behavioral health.

    Parenting classes and online parenting advice

    Boys Town Common Sense Parenting® classes provide parents with proven techniques that can help them build good family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior, and improve positive behavior.

    Residential, family-style living for children

    In Boys Town’s Family Home ProgramSM, we provide a family for children ages 10 to 18 who cannot live in their own homes. Boys or girls reside in each single-family home with a married couple called Family-Teachers® who meet the daily needs of the youth while teaching them useful skills and building positive relationships.

    Intensive inpatient and residential treatment for children with mental health and behavioral issues

    The Residential Treatment Center provides medically directed treatment for youth with severe behavioral health problems or mental illness. The Inpatient Psychiatric Unit provides the highest level of care for an immediate crisis through hospitalization.

    And more

Child and adolescent psychiatry (including medication management)

Board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists provide comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and medication management for youth and families experiencing concerns with a child’s mental and/or behavioral health.

Child and adolescent psychological services (including individual and family therapy)

Licensed psychologists provide comprehensive psychological evaluations and diagnostic assessments. Individual, family, group and dual-diagnosis intensive outpatient treatment is available for youth and families experiencing concerns with a child’s mental and/or behavioral health.

Parenting classes and online parenting advice

Boys Town Common Sense Parenting® classes provide parents with proven techniques that can help them build good family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior, and improve positive behavior.

Residential, family-style living for children

In Boys Town’s Family Home ProgramSM, we provide a family for children ages 10 to 18 who cannot live in their own homes. Boys or girls reside in each single-family home with a married couple called Family-Teachers® who meet the daily needs of the youth while teaching them useful skills and building positive relationships.

Intensive inpatient care for children with emotional and behavioral issues

The Residential Treatment Center provides medically directed treatment for youth with severe behavioral health problems or mental illness. The Inpatient Psychiatric Unit provides the highest level of care for an immediate crisis through hospitalization.

Pediatrics

Board-certified physicians at Boys Town Pediatrics serve families throughout the Omaha area. Our pediatricians work alongside physicians in specialty medicine who understand the unique needs of every growing child.

Inpatient and surgery services

Boys Town National Research Hospital® provides hospital, inpatient and surgical services at two hospital locations in Omaha, Nebraska.

Specialty services and clinics

Boys Town National Research Hospital® offers several specialty services at clinics and facilities across the Omaha metropolitan area, including allergies; hearing and balance issues; ear, nose and throat problems; sleep disorders; and pediatric infectious diseases.

Center for Childhood Deafness, Language and Learning

The Center for Childhood Deafness, Language and Learning combines clinical services, innovative research and national outreach that is focused on development and intervention for children with hearing, language and communication disorders.

National research

Boys Town National Research Hospital® is internationally recognized as a leader in clinical and research programs focusing on childhood deafness, hearing, language and related communication disorders. The Center for Neurobehavioral Research in Children is leading research to better help diagnose and treat children with severe behavioral and mental health problems.

If you are in crisis or need immediate help, call the trained counselors at the Boys Town National Hotline®.
800-448-3000 24 hours a day  •  7 days a week
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What time are services held at Dowd Memorial Chapel and Chambers Chapel on Boys Town's campus?

    Catholic Mass is held at Dowd Memorial Chapel every weekday at 11:40 am, and Sundays at 8, 9:30 and 11 am. Services at Chambers Chapel are held every Sunday at 9:30 am.

  • When are breakfast and lunch served at the Boys Town Visitors Center Café?

    Our Visitors Center Café, located near the West Dodge Road entrance to the Village, is open to the public for breakfast and lunch, Monday thru Friday.

    Hours:
    Breakfast: 6:45 - 9:45 am
    Lunch: 11 am - 1:15 pm

    Visitors Center Café
    13628 Flanagan Blvd.
    Boys Town, NE 68010
    531.355.1126

  • How do I get to the Village of Boys Town, Nebraska?

    The Village of Boys Town is located on approximately 640 acres of land between West Dodge Road and Pacific Street (on the north and south respectively), and 132nd Street and 144th Street (on the east and west, respectively). From West Dodge Road, take the off-ramp at 137th Street (with the Boys Town sign) and drive south onto the campus. There are also entrances to the campus at 140th and Pacific Streets, and off 132nd Street and 144th Street.

    https://www.boystown.org/village/Pages/map.aspx

  • When can I tour Boys Town's Hall of History?

    The Hall of History museum is open to the public and presents the unique history of Boys Town through permanent exhibits that use audio and video presentations.

    Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10 am - 4:30 pm
    Sunday 11 am - 4 pm

    Hall of History
    14057 Flanagan Blvd.
    Boys Town, NE 68010

  • How can I donate stamps to the Leon Myers Stamp Center in order to support Boys Town?

    The Leon Myers Stamp Center is a museum and office located in the Boys Town Visitors Center. The Stamp Center promotes stamp collecting among youth and adults, and supports Boys Town programs by selling donated stamps. For more information or to make a donation, please call our Donor Services Department at 800-217-3700.

  • What is Boys Town's policy for taking photos while touring the Village?

    Visitors may take photos in the areas across our campus that are open to the public. We do ask that visitors refrain from taking photos of the boys and girls in our care out of respect for their confidentiality and therapeutic interests.

    Please note, there are some areas of our campus that are restricted to employees and youth we serve.

  • Where can I get information about making a payment for a Boys Town youth's care or youth insurance coverage?

    To make a payment, please call 531-355-1958. For information on youth insurance coverage, please call 531-355-1912.

  • If I'm interested in working at Boys Town, where can I find a listing of positions that are currently open? If I have applied for a job at Boys Town, who can I contact to check the status of my application?

    If you are seeking a job at Boys Town, visit our employment website at https://jobs.boystown.org/ for current open positions.  For information on the status of a job application, please call our Human Resources Department at 531-355-1771.

  • Where can former Boys Town employees get information about their retiree insurance coverage?

    Former Boys Town employees can get answers to questions about their retiree insurance coverage by calling our Human Resources Department at 531-355-1771.

  • I recently received a call from Boys Town asking me to make a donation to support its work. Who can I call to verify that this request is really from Boys Town and is legitimate?

    To verify that a phone call or an email requesting a donation to support Boys Town came from Boys Town, please call our Donor Services Department at 800-217-3700.

  • How can I find out when and where Boys Town Common Sense Parenting classes are being offered in the Omaha area?

    Common Sense Parenting (CSP) classes are held in schools, community centers and other public facilities across the city. For information on possible CSP classes in your area and how to register, please call 531-355-1059.

  • Where can Boys Town employees obtain their W-2 form around tax time?

    The easiest way for Boys Town employees to obtain an online W-2 form is to visit the Beacon employee website, click on Web for Employees, click on Employee Services, click on Tax Forms and click on W-2 Year End Earnings Statement. In order to receive a W-2 form in this manner, click on Tax Forms, then click on W-2 1095-C Electronic Consent. Here, you can request that an electronic copy of your W-2 form be posted on the W-2 Year End Earnings Statement site prior to tax time. (This electronic form can be printed.) For more information, call the Human Resources Department at 531-355-1771.