Rose Theater helps OneWorld pediatric patients access performing arts

Thanks to the generosity of The Rose Theater in Omaha, financial assistance is now available for OneWorld pediatric patients who are interested in attending fall drama classes at the Rose. Families who are interested in these theater scholarships can contact OneWorld’s parent resource coordinator, Tinisha Poitier, at (402) 502-8905 or at tpoitier@oneworldomaha.org. In addition to […]

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OneWorld named UNMC College of Pharmacy’s Site of the Year

At the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)’s 2018 College of Pharmacy Scholastic Honors Convocation, pharmacy students named OneWorld the Site of the Year, and Jessica Downes, Pharm.D., was named Faculty Preceptor of the Year. Downes is a clinical pharmacist at OneWorld and a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at UNMC. According to Downes, […]

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¡Vive Tu Vida! Get Up! Get Moving!® returns to Omaha at OneWorld

¡Vive Tu Vida! Get Up! Get Moving!® returns to Omaha at OneWorld Facebook event On Saturday, June 30, 2018, the National Alliance for Hispanic Health and OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc. will present the second annual ¡Vive tu vida! Get Up! Get Moving!® event in Omaha. The event promotes Hispanic family physical activity and good […]

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National Minority Health Month: Community partnerships help promotoras reduce health disparities

OneWorld’s promotoras, or community health promoters, work to increase health care access and disease prevention within minority populations in Douglas and Sarpy counties. Our promotoras are peers and community members who connect with their neighbors, families, friends and communities to promote health and prevent disease. They focus on improving health outcomes by increasing access to […]

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Get tested at OneWorld in April for STD Awareness Month

STDs are a problem in our community, but many people who have an STD don’t have symptoms, so they don’t know they have one. One of the top health care concerns in Douglas County is that adolescents and young adults (ages 15 to 24) have higher rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea than any other age […]

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