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OneWorld named a NAM Best Practices Partner

After completing the necessary requirements, OneWorld has become a Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM) Best Practices Partner. To become a partner, organizations must have a current NAM membership; complete two comprehensive online assessments (an infrastructure checklist and a practices assessment); and submit a Board/ED Resolution declaring legal compliance and commitment to the NAM guidelines […]

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OneWorld’s Board of Directors welcomes new members

OneWorld Community Health Centers is proud to announce that two new members have joined OneWorld’s Board of Directors: • Dave Ridder: Chief Credit Officer at American National Bank • Christina Kahler: Director of Marketing, Wealth Management Division at First National Bank This year, Dan McMahon, Attorney/Shareholder at Koley Jessen, will serve as OneWorld’s board chair. […]

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Baseball, Brews and Babies, Too!

Save the date! Our Cinco de Mayo celebration is transitioning to a baseball-themed event. We will be “taking a swing” at our new spring fundraiser on Friday, June 8, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The event will be held at Blatt Beer & Table downtown (610 N. 12th St.) on the rooftop beer […]

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Omaha Teen Generation hosts glow-in-the-dark party to promote teen health

Omaha Teen Generation (OTG) is OneWorld’s group of teen peer educators who are affiliated with our Teen and Young Adult Health Center and the Adolescent Health Project. Their goal is to familiarize more teens with OneWorld and Get Checked Omaha so that, when young people need help with medical questions, birth control, STDs and more, […]

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Cervical cancer screenings at OneWorld

At OneWorld, we make it a priority to ensure that women are taking care of their health. Because cervical cancer is the easiest gynecologic cancer to prevent with regular screenings and follow-up care, we encourage the women we see to have regular cervical cancer screenings starting at age 21. Regular Pap tests (or Pap smears) […]

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