Our counselors are available to help students and parents who might be struggling so please reach out. 

Millard Safe Schools Hotline

(888) 809-4754

Omaha Police

(402) 444-5600

Boys Town National Hotline

(800) 448-3000

National Hopeline Network

(800) SUICIDE or (800) 784-2433

Anonymous Tip Line for Underage Drinking

(800) MUST-B-21

Children's Behavioral Health

(402) 955-3900

Methodist Hospital Community Counseling

(402) 354-6891

Parents Toll-Free Drug/Alcohol Use Hotline


Methodist Health System Launches Emotional Support Line for Those Dealing with Stress of COVID-19

As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic affects nearly everyone – and all facets of life – the need for mental and emotional support is becoming more apparent.

Recognizing that need in the community, Methodist Health System has launched the Methodist Emotional Support Line. The free, confidential service can be accessed by dialing (402) 815-8255 (TALK) and is available daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

The support line is staffed by licensed professional counselors from the Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program. The counselors can assist callers who may be experiencing feelings such as:

  • Fear
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sadness

Counselors can help callers by answering questions, addressing concerns, scheduling counseling appointments for additional care, and providing referrals to community resources.


Safe2Help, 531-299-SAFE (7233) is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Students struggling with depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, or anything else can call the hotline at any time and speak to a trained counselor. Students, parents, and community members can also use the Safe Schools Hotline to report unsafe behavior. Safe2Help is a partnership with Boys Town National Hotline. For more information, including how to reach a counselor through email, chat, or text.

SAFE2HELP Website