OneWorld named recipient of the Best Places to Work for the Advancement of Women Award

OneWorld Community Health Centers is proud to announce that Baird Holm LLP and the Institute for Career Advancement Needs (ICAN) named us as this year’s recipient of the Best Places to Work for the Advancement of Women Award. The award was presented at the 2018 ICAN Women’s Leadership Conference on May 15, 2018 at the […]

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OneWorld helps women make health a priority

At OneWorld, we’re proud to help women make their health a priority and build positive health habits. In honor of National Women’s Health Week (May 13-19, 2018), we’re highlighting a few of our programs and services that help low-income, underserved women access care that they might not otherwise be able to receive. Women’s Health Center: […]

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Immigrant-Focused Medical/Legal Partnership supports OneWorld families

OneWorld and the Immigrant Legal Center formed a unique Immigrant-Focused Medical/Legal Partnership (IMLP) in July of 2017. This partnership assists qualifying OneWorld patients by providing them with an immigration attorney who will answer any immigration-related questions, identify potential forms of relief and, if relief is available, provide direct legal assistance free of charge. OneWorld patients […]

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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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