40 Developmental Assets
This is the 40 assets website developed by the Search Institute. Many of the activities that take place in Mustang Time are based off the information regarding developmental assets.
Resources Available to Teens (RAFT)
This booklet is a directory of local resources focused on teenagers’ needs for information on various topics. Crisis support, legal help and referral services, as well as educational and volunteer opportunities are also included.
Partnership for a Drug-Free America
A place for teens to check out where they are with drugs and alcohol; to get factual answers about substance abuse; to learn how to talk about their concerns with people who can help.
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Visit this site for information on how drugs can affect the brain and body and hear real stories of teens recovery. There are also links to additional information.
Sometimes it seems like nothing is going right - problems with friends, family, or school. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and not know where to turn. Visit this website for support 24/7.
Heartland Family Service
Ask a Counselor is an e-mail based education and information service offering confidential professional guidance and referrals. This is not a substitute for a personalized mental health treatment, but rather the first step toward treatment.
United Way Midlands
This is the one stop shop when you are looking for a particular service. Whether it's food pantries, counseling, utility assistance, or other human service, talk to a referral specialist. The call is free and confidential 24/7.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
Infinite Campus Parent Portal Application
Helpful Phone Numbers
*Anonymous Tip Line for (800) MUST-B-21
*Boystown National Hotline (800) 448-3000* Millard Safe Schools Hotline (888) 809-4754
National Hopeline Network (800) SUICIDE or (800) 784-2433
*Nebraska Family Helpline (888) 809-4754
Alegent Behavioral Services (402) 572--2993
Catholic Charities (402) 554-0520
Heartland Family Services (420) 552-7002
Lutheran Family Services (402) 342-7007
Omaha Police (402) 444-5600