Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska

Community Action Partnerships of Western Nebraska (CAPWN) is a non-profit community-based health and human services organization that serves low-income, disadvantaged and those unable to meet their needs through other sources.  The agency was established in 1965 and provides services to over 9,000 individuals, children, and families in three main areas:

  • Community Health Services: WIC, Commodity Supplemental Food, Foster Grandparents, Migrant Seasonal Head Start, and Child Development Center.
  • Clinical Health Services: Primary Care, Reproductive Health, Diabetes Management, Immunizations, Migrant Health, Ryan White HIV; Behavioral Health including Counseling Services, Medication Management, Medication Assisted Treatment and Substance Use Counseling and Intensive Outpatient Services and Dental Services.  
  • Supportive Health Services: Family Stabilization, a Teen Outreach Program, SOAR, Youth Leadership Program, Youth Shelter, and Housing Assistance Programs
Jul 09, 2024
Full time
Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Full time, Monday-Friday, Schedule may be flexible.   Areas of Responsibility:   Support the goals, philosophy, and objectives of Community Action Health Center (CAHC).  Work collaboratively with the psychiatrist to provide patient assessment and diagnosis, formulate treatment plans, prescribe medications, order laboratory tests, interpret test results, provide patient education, prepare medical records, and refer patients for inpatient care in accordance with statues, regulations and protocols regulating the profession.   Respectful of the confidentiality of the patients, co-workers, and clinic.   Major Duties: Provide behavioral health patient assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plans in accordance with statutes, regulations and protocols regulating the profession. Obtain medical history. Complete psychiatric assessments and formulate differential diagnoses based on clinical findings. Order, conduct, and...