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The department has five divisions: Behavioral Health, Children and Family Services, Developmental Disabilities, Medicaid and Long-Term Care and Public Health. The directors of the divisions are also appointed by the Governor and subject to confirmation by a majority vote of the members of the legislature.
\u200bOur Mission: Helping people live better lives. Some DHHS programs impact all Nebraskans; for example, we educate and protect people through public health activities like ensuring clean and safe drinking water and we license and certify all health care professionals. We also touch our state's most vulnerable citizens.
Medicaid Program Contacts (855) 632-7633. (402) 473-7000 (Lincoln)\u200b (402) 595-1178 (Omaha) TTY: (402) 471-7256.
Dannette R. Smith was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Department of Health and Human Services for the state of Nebraska in February of 2019.
Dannette R. Smith was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Department of Health and Human Services for the state of Nebraska in February of 2019.

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Main DHHS Switchboard: (402) 471-3121. Abuse & Neglect: (800) 652-1999. Suicide Prevention: 988. Economic Assistance: (800) 383-4278. Medicaid Assistance: (855) 632-7633.
Main DHHS Switchboard: (402) 471-3121. Abuse & Neglect: (800) 652-1999. Suicide Prevention: 988. Economic Assistance: (800) 383-4278. Medicaid Assistance: (855) 632-7633.
The department has five divisions: Behavioral Health, Children and Family Services, Developmental Disabilities, Medicaid and Long-Term Care and Public Health. The directors of the divisions are also appointed by the Governor and subject to confirmation by a majority vote of the members of the legislature.
The department has five divisions: Behavioral Health, Children and Family Services, Developmental Disabilities, Medicaid and Long-Term Care and Public Health. The directors of the divisions are also appointed by the Governor and subject to confirmation by a majority vote of the members of the legislature.
Developmental Disabilities Adult Day (DDAD) Waiver \u2013 Offers services for people ages 21 and over with developmental disabilities. Maximizes participants' independence to work in their communities.

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