Thank you for visiting the website of the Lincoln County Resource Board (LCRB). The LCRB works to improve the quality, access and system of mental health care for Lincoln County children and youth (ages 0-19) and their families.
Through a ¼ cent sales tax designated to provide mental health services for Lincoln County kids, the LCRB funds:
• Crisis care
• Family support services for infants
• Forensic interviews
• Parenting programs
• Psychiatric services
• Substance abuse services
• School-based prevention and early intervention programs
• Therapeutic mentoring
LCRB-funded programs and services effectively prevent child abuse and neglect; homelessness; substance abuse and school-based violence.
At the conclusion of 2021, LCRB-funded agencies served 10,978* Lincoln County children and youth with prevention programs and direct services, such as counseling and mentoring. *This figure includes a reduction of 20% of the total kids served to account for children receiving services from more than one LCRB-funded program, such as school-based prevention and counseling services.
In the 12-month contract period of July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, the LCRB will allocate more than $1.74 million in funding, the largest 12-month funding allocation in the LCRB’s history, across 12 non-profit agencies and 22 mental health programs and services.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.