Lincoln has two Reporting Centers that offer clients and the community a variety of resources and programming:
605 S. 10th Street, 1st FL
Lincoln, NE 68508
Reporting Center - North
901 W. Bond St., Suite 220, Entrance "E"
Lincoln, NE 68521
Services are evidence-based and tailored to meet the needs of the local community. Reporting Centers assist in engaging clients in rehabilitative services while simultaneously providing enhanced supervision through probation.
Reporting Centers also serve as community resources for individuals who live in the area or are related to clients on probation offering a variety of services to meet their unique needs. These services range from AA meetings to Employment classes to access to computer labs and a variety of other services that meet the community’s demands.
Core program components include: Pre-treatment, Relapse Group, Employment and Educational/Life skills classes and cognitive groups to assist clients in behavior change.
There are collectively over 150 different services within the sixteen Reporting Centers across the State of Nebraska. These services include such things as: parenting, anger management, financial management, relapse prevention, mental health counseling, victim impact classes, domestic violence classes, trauma groups, cognitive restructuring classes and employment programs.
Other services such as drug testing and ancillary assistance (transportation, leisure activities, clothing closets, computer labs) are also available.
Scheduled Classes and Programming
HOLIDAY CLASS Schedule Changes:
Week of Thanksgiving: No DBT groups Wednesday or Thursday
Week of Christmas: No RELAPSE/PRETREATMENT or DBT Tuesday or Wednesday (Christmas Eve and Christmas)
Week of New Years: No DBT Tuesday or Wednesday (New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day)
Classes/Programming offered at Lancaster County Reporting Centers:
Employment class (ResCare), Relapse Prevention, Pre-treatment class, Trauma groups (Men's and Women's), Anger Management, Orr Domestic Violence, Crime Victim Empathy class, AA Meetings, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) and Thinking for a Change (T4C) - Officer facilitated, Officer facilitated monthly groups, Life Skills classes through Change Company, Individual Counseling through UNL, and Money Management.
NOTE: Probation Officer's may elect to hold programming, groups, or classes on holidays. Please check with your Officer for any cancellations.
***Please contact your Probation Officer or Reporting Center staff in regards to any cancellations and/or rescheduling.