LFS services for children fall into three categories: Prevention and Early Intervention, Permanency and Well-Being, and Children’s Behavioral Health.

Investment in Prevention and Early Intervention programming has the greatest payoff for the child, the family, and society at large. Research consistently estimates $7 saved for every $1 spent on such programs.

LFS Prevention and Early Intervention programs include:

As part of the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties, LFS Family Liaisons work with at-risk families to reduce truancy and other barriers to learning and achievement.