May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and now is a time when mental health is more crucial than ever. To learn more about how to access our counseling services during COVID-19, please visit our blog.

A message from Heartland Family Service

Heartland Family Service is continuing to provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic and is accepting appointments from new and current clients. We have changed the way we are able to provide services for our community’s most at-risk children, individuals, and families by following the Centers for Disease Control’s guidelines.

In order to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission and infection, HFS is offering services for the following programs via phone, telehealth, and/or video conferencing:

  • In-Home Services
  • Homeless Prevention
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Substance Use Treatment

If clients live in Nebraska and would like to access our In-Home Services, Mental Health, or Substance Use Treatment programs, please call (402) 552-7400. For services in Iowa, call (712) 322-1407. For Homeless Prevention services, please call (531) 200-3500. 

Please call and make an appointment before visiting one of our locations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our employees will be asking everyone who wants services a few questions to screen them for COVID-19 symptoms. A list of these questions can be found on our blog.

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