Omaha Home for Boys’ Counseling Services Now Open to the Public

Omaha Home for Boys (OHB; has opened its counseling services to the public, and the organization’s experienced, compassionate therapists have immediate openings for new clients. Individuals and families do not have to be enrolled in one of OHB’s programs in order to seek counseling services.

“Many of our services at OHB require enrollment in one of our programs or require a referral, but our counseling services are open to the general public,” said Chief Program Officer at OHB, Brandy Gustoff. “Because we do offer so many programs and services, if counseling clients need additional supports and services beyond counseling, they can receive those services right here at OHB, as well.”

OHB’s two full-time, experienced therapists meet with clients on the OHB campus or in the client’s home if circumstances require in-home sessions. They specialize in a number of areas including depression, adolescents, anxiety, difficult life transitions, stress management, substance use, anger, panic attacks, parent/child relationships, and more. Evaluations, as well as individual counseling, family counseling, and group sessions are available. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, email or call Justin Loehr at (402) 457-7104.

Through programs focusing on education, housing, employment, basic life skills, and mental and behavioral health, Omaha Home for Boys helps youth, young adults, and families transition from a state of crisis to one of safety and growth. Learn more about OHB or their counseling services online at