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Community Support Services

​Boys Town Community Support Services ® provide a wide variety of resources that can help children and families learn how to help themselves, or receive specialized care or education assistance in specific locations. These services can help create a layer of prevention so that children and families don’t need other services within the Integrated Continuum of Care ® in the future.

  • Care Coordination provides a lifeline to children suffering from mental health issues by connecting them with programs or resources that can provide the best care. In this intensive, family-oriented program, Boys Town Consultants help parents and caregivers access, navigate and monitor the services their children need.
  • The Boys Town National Hotline ® (800.448.3000) is a free resource and counseling service that assists youth and parents 24/7, year-round, nationwide. The hotline receives about 150,000 calls a year. Learn more about The Boys Town National Hotline »
  • Parenting Support We've learned a lot about caring for children and families over the past 100 years. All that knowledge has been adapted and made available to all parents online. View our content for Parents »
  • Common Sense Parenting ® provides parents and other caregivers with proven techniques that can help them build good family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior and improve positive behavior. These informative classes are usually presented in the community and at schools.
  • The Boys Town Press ® produces books, audio products, DVDs, display materials and other resources to assist children, parents, caregivers, educators and other professionals. Visit The Boys Town Press ® »
  • is a special website that enables and encourages teens to share their problems, concerns and challenges in positive, creative ways and provides access to immediate help in a crisis. Visit ​ »
  • The Boys Town Behavioral Health Clinic works with children and their families, to identify and treat issues such as depression, anxiety, school problems and ADHD. The clinic offers specialized services including behavioral and psychological assessments, as well as counseling. Clinic staff coordinates care with your primary care physician, teachers and other professionals to provide an inclusive approach to ensure long-term success. The clinic is part of the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health SM.
  • School-Based Programs provide a variety of training and instruction resources for teachers, administrators and other school staff that can support or enhance an educational environment. Training programs are based on the Boys Town Education Model ®, which focuses on skills teaching, relationship building and effective discipline procedures.
  • Boys Town Schools ® include school programs operated by Boys Town that help students with learning or behavioral problems to be successful in the classroom. This includes students who are being served by Boys Town programs or have struggled or failed in mainstream schools. Specially trained Boys Town teachers and administrators provide instruction to help meet children's unique learning needs.