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OMAHA, (Neb.) Nebraska Families Collaborative (NFC), contracted by the State of Nebraska to provide case management and service coordination for children and families involved in the child welfare system in Douglas and Sarpy counties, is pleased to announce the appointment of David Reed, Executive Director for Nebraska to its board of directors.
Reed replaces Lisa Batenhorst, vice president for Youth Care Site Operations as one of the NFC board’s Boys Town representative.
Reed holds a master of social work in counseling from the University of Kansas and has been with Boys Town for 22 years in a variety of roles. In his current position he oversees In-Home Family Services, Foster Family Services, Common Sense Parenting, Central Nebraska and East Omaha Behavioral Health Clinics, the Grand Island Intervention and Assessment program, the Duncan Day School alternative education program, the South Omaha Community Impact Initiative, and the Nebraska Family Helpline. In 2016 the Nebraska site impacted more than 9500 children statewide.