3647 Lafayette Avenue, Ste 110; Omaha, NE 68131 otocfornebraska@gmail.com 402-344-4401

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  • Met with 11 Omaha area Senators to advocate for improved mental health care
  • Advocated at the Unicameral for bills which would improve mental health care for incarcerated persons and those returning to society
  • Worked with leaders of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to research and document gaps in the current mental health system and advocated for a state wide study of those gaps which is currently being conducted


OTOC Agenda for Change:

  • Identify and address gaps in the existing behavioral health system in Omaha and Nebraska
  • Improve access to behavioral health care for persons incarcerated in prison or returning from prison to general society


Executive Summary of DHHS Behavioral Health Study

Contact: Linda Jensen (lejensen@gmx.com)

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