Clinical Services

Clinical Services

Established in November 2018, Omaha Home for Boys Clinical Services Program adds to the continuum of care that sets the Home apart from other similar agencies and meets a critical need in the community. The Clinical Services Program offers a number of behavioral health, mental health and substance abuse services to meet client needs.

With the addition of the Clinical Services Program, for the first time in the Home’s nearly 100-year history, our youth can receive support in every aspect of their lives, including education, housing, therapy and employment, all at our main campus location. Additionally, the Clinical Services Program expands beyond the Home’s youth to serve other youth and families in the community.

One Stop, Comprehensive Care

Omaha Home for Boys Clinical Services Program provides a number of behavioral health, mental health and substance abuse services that are both trauma focused and strength based. The services offered place a high emphasis on education, practice, and development of new skills to help clients achieve goals.

On-site services include:

  • Day Reporting – A comprehensive and strength focused daily program for youth who are struggling in their current environment and are in need of additional structure and activity
  • Intensive Outpatient Program – A comprehensive, structured program to help adolescents overcome substance abuse and mental health symptoms
  • Evaluations – Available for individuals who have been court ordered to receive an initial diagnostic interview or for those who need evaluated for treatment needs
  • Outpatient Program – An intervention focusing on increasing strength and resources for individuals to overcome mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders

Community based services include:

  • Family Support – A skill building program for families and youth that helps enhance family functioning in the home and overall functioning in the community
  • Intensive Family Preservation – Directed by a licensed therapist and experienced skill builder, this service offers therapy and skill building for families and youth

What Makes Our Clinical Services Program Unique

  • Full continuum of care
  • All services are trauma focused
  • Intense skill building is a key element of services
  • Clinical Director is on site and oversees all programs
  • Drug screens are conducted on site


While the Clinical Services Program is new to Omaha Home for Boys, the staff is anything but new to the field. Clinical Director, Daryl Howard, MS, LIMHP, oversees all of the Clinical Services programs. He has over 20 years of experience in the field 12 of which are as a clinician. Joining Daryl are the following staff:

Community Therapist, Joseph Maggett
On-site Therapist, Chenea Starks
Community Services Manager, Nicole Wagner
Youth Care Worker – Rita Dantzler


4343 N 52nd Street
Omaha, NE  68104



  • Completed referral form
  • Individuals seeking day reporting, family support or intensive family preservation must have court involvement

Application Process

  • After submission of the referral form, the Clinical Director will contact the applicant
  • An assessment will be conducted to determine the level of care needed


Daryl Howard, MS, LIMHP
Clinical Director

402.457.7042  |  F 402.457.7024