About OMNI

OMNI Behavioral Health (OMNI) was created on February 3, 1993, and is designed to provide community-based behavioral health and child welfare services. OMNI is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) as a Behavioral Healthcare Organization, and has been so accredited since 1995.

OMNI Behavioral Health's direct service system is designed to provide services to children, adolescents, adults and family members who suffer from the debilitating influences associated with serious emotional and behavioral disturbances.

The organization's service configuration is composed of separate and discrete services in different geographic areas, all of which are managed as modules. These program areas represent a diverse set of sub-acute community-based behavioral health services that are managed through small, central administrative and clinical units.

Clinical Leadership

With the increasing research evidence suggesting that empirically-supported treatments and interventions need to be employed in the mental health care of youth and families, the leadership of OMNI Behavioral Health has been advancing the use of empirically-based treatment for all persons receiving carethrough any of the services offered by OMNI Behavioral Health.

Special Projects

OMNI Behavioral Health works with local, state, and national governments regarding behavioral health care, social policy considerations associated with community-based services, and issues idiosyncratic to the system of care including its development, risk management, and research.