About Nebraska Psych
The NPS is dedicated to the education and scientific values of psychiatry and has a mission to promote the highest quality care for individuals and their families with mental illness and substance abuse disorders, to improve mental health and well being, to promote psychiatric education and research in order to advance the profession of psychiatry, and to represent the profession of psychiatry and serve the professional needs of its membership.
B. to improve the treatment, rehabilitation and care persons with mental disorders (including mental retardation and substance-related disorders);
C. to advance the standards of all psychiatric services and facilities;
D. to promote research, professional education in psychiatry and allied fields, and the prevention of psychiatric disabilities;
E. to foster the cooperation of all who are concerned with the medical, psychological, social and legal aspects of mental health and illness;
F. to make psychiatric knowledge available to other practitioners of medicine, to scientists, and to the public;
G. to promote the best interests of patients and those actually or potentially making use of mental health services; and
H. to advocate for its members.
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contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, they may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary
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nondeductible amount may include amounts attributable to the prior year’s lobbying expenses that exceeded
the estimate given for that year. Please contact your district branch with any specific questions.
Nebraska Psychiatric Society
7906 Davenport Street
Omaha, NE, 68114
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