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How to Refer a Person for Short-Term Residential Treatment:

  1. Submit a current substance abuse evaluation within the preceding 6 months
  2. A thorough physical within the preceding 60 days. The physical must include a current TB test and a complete list of all current medications.
  3. Proof of client’s income such as tax returns, pay stubs, public assistance, or disability is required. If the client has no income, a letter to that effect, from whoever is providing food and shelter, is required. Ex: My (client name and relationship) is living with me and I am supporting (him or her) in the amount of $ - - - per month. Client will also be required to provide information on the cost of the following; Housing, Utilities, Transportation, and daycare.
  4. After receiving the above information, all clients seeking Short Term Residential treatment must call NEPSAC at 308-282-1101 and complete a short Intake Screening with one of our admission specialists.

NEPSAC's priority list includes:

  1. Pregnant injecting drug users
  2. Other Pregnant substance abuse users
  3. Other injecting drug users
  4. Women with dependent children
  5. Native Americans
  6. All others
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This program is partially funded by the State of Nebraska, Department of Health & Human Services/Mental Health, Substance Abuse & Addiction Services, and the Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. It is licensed through the Department of Health. NEPSAC also stands as a Foundation Status Classification 509 (a) One per Internal Revenue Service dated Febuary 12, 1993.