The Eastern Nebraska Human Services Agency (ENHSA) was established July 1, 1974 by Cass, Sarpy, Douglas, Dodge and Washington counties in Eastern Nebraska. The purpose of this cooperative agreement was to promote and administratively support ENOA (Eastern Nebraska Office of Aging), ENCOR (renamed to Duet) and the Alpha School. The administrative structure is county government with one representative from each of the five county boards serving on the governing board. The Agency serves several thousand individuals including senior citizens and individuals who are intellectually and developmentally disabled.
We also offer competitive salaries and benefits to our full-time employees including life insurance, group health coverage, short term and long term disability, educational assistance, retirement plan, 12 days of paid vacation and 12 days of paid sick time after the first year and 11 paid holidays per year.
To support, encourage, and empower people to lead lives of learning and fulfillment.
To help older Nebraskans live independently and remain for as long as possible in their own homes.
Alpha School Mission
The primary mission of the Alpha School is to help students with behavioral/emotional conditions who have been unable to maintain traditional school placement. This is achieved through an integration of behavioral and academic instruction. Our goal for each student is to successfully transition to a less restrictive placement.