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Promotoras increase health care access for minority populations

OneWorld Promotora providing free services at OneWorld's Back to School Bash event

April is National Minority Health Month. 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 […]

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Meet OneWorld’s School-Based Health Center Team

Meet the OneWorld School Based Health Center team graphic

Services at OneWorld’s four School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) are available to all Omaha Public Schools students, and students’ siblings under age 19 can also receive care at the clinics. Our SBHC team members can diagnose and treat many common conditions, and they can perform school and sports physicals and give immunizations. Now is the time […]

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OneWorld matters. Show your support on May 22!

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A note from Andrea Skolkin, Chief Executive Officer of OneWorld: It’s evident that OneWorld matters to our community. In 2018, 46,292 unique patients from 78 ZIP codes received care during 168,228 visits to our clinics. Of those patients, All of us who work at OneWorld know that we are a vital resource for everyone who […]

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OneWorld celebrates volunteers during National Volunteer Month

Collage of OneWorld volunteers

April is National Volunteer Month, so we want to thank the individuals who give their time, talents and resources to OneWorld. In 2018, many individuals and groups volunteered at OneWorld in different ways, and we are grateful for every gift of time and effort. Our volunteers’ generosity makes a significant difference for our organization and […]

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