$89M Nebraska pediatric mental health center in the works

The budget for a new pediatric behavioral health facility in Omaha, Neb., increased from $50 million to $89 million, the Omaha World-Herald reported Nov. 14.

The 103,500-square-foot facility will use $50 million from Omaha philanthropist Ken Stinso and new funding from the Nebraska Legislature and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, the hospital that will run the facility, the publication reported.

The center will offer inpatient psychiatric care, mental health urgent care services, an emergency assessment center, partial hospitalization programs and a pediatric primary care clinic with outpatient mental health services, according to the publication.

The center is slated to open in mid-2025.

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