At OneWorld Community Health Centers, the safety and health of our patients, staff and dedication to our mission are our priorities. Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) OneWorld is postponing all classes and programs until further notice.
This Friday there will be no Food Pantry distribution at OneWorld. Thank you for your understanding as we temporarily adjust to the changes necessary for the health and safety of our community.
Updated March 17, 2020
En OneWorld Community Health Centers, la seguridad y la salud de nuestros pacientes, el personal y la dedicación a nuestra misión son nuestras prioridades. Debido al Coronavirus (COVID-19) OneWorld está posponiendo todas las clases y programas hasta nuevo aviso.
Este viernes, 20 de marzo de 2020, no habrá distribución de Food Pantry en OneWorld. Gracias por su comprensión, ya que nos adaptamos temporalmente a los cambios necesarios para la salud y la seguridad de nuestra comunidad.
Actualizado el 17 de marzo de 2020
Information & Resources/Información & Recursos:
OneWorld is proud to offer a variety of classes and programs for patients and community members alike.
OneWorld is proud to offer breastfeeding classes. Join OneWorld’s walk-in breastfeeding café!
No appointment is needed to join the support group! Come when you can to relax and enjoy community support and important breastfeeding information. Dads and families are welcome, too! Classes take place in the WIC clinic on the first floor of the Livestock Exchange Building (4920 S. 30th St.) every Monday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. For more information, call Grace or Amber at (402) 734-2028. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our trained Community Breastfeeding Educators are here to support you if you:
- Are pregnant and interested in breastfeeding
- Are already breastfeeding and want to meet other mothers
- Need answers to your breastfeeding questions
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Are you an expecting mother? Consider joining a OneWorld CenteringPregnancy® group (Grupo Prenatal) for more time with your OneWorld provider in a group setting. During eight provider-led group sessions, you’ll receive health checkups, learn abouthealthy pregnancies and baby care and become better prepared for birth. You’ll also spend time getting to know other women who share similar due dates. Come to learn, and leave with a supportive network of new friends. New and experienced mothers are welcome! Talk to your OneWorld provider for more information.
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Dominate Diabetes Workshops taught by certified diabetes educator Karen McClelland, BSN, RN, CDE are held at OneWorld Northwest (4229 N. 90th St.). Classes are $10 per OneWorld patient, and each patient may bring one guest at no charge (adults only). Sign up for the next workshop today by calling OneWorld Northwest at (402) 401-6000 or by calling any OneWorld clinic.
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If you have prediabetes or other risk factors for type 2 diabetes, OneWorld’s Wellness Coaches are here to help you take charge of your health. The PreventT2 lifestyle change program is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This proven program can help you make modest lifestyle changes and cut your risk of type 2 diabetes by more than half. Learn more.
Healthy Families is a free health and nutrition program for families with children and teens who want to live healthier, more active lives – TOGETHER. At OneWorld, the Healthy Families program is designed to help patients improve their health through one-on-one care. The program is free, and nutrition, physical activity and motivation strategies are taught by qualified health professionals. When families enroll in the program, they attend classes for eight weeks. Classes meet once per week for two hours, and the program is free for all who participate. During each class, the first hour includes a family activity or a game, and the second hour is an educational discussion on a specific health or wellness topic. A healthy snack is served at every class. Families who complete the program receive a free eight-week membership at the YMCA and a Hy-Vee gift card. For more information, call (402) 734-4110 and ask to speak to the Healthy Families coordinator.
Omaha Teen generation (OTG) is a group of 15 adolescent peer educators affiliated with OneWorld Community Health Centers and the Adolescent Health Project. Members of the group are graduates of OneWorld’s sexual health program and are chosen based on an application process. They are committed to helping others learn about sexual health and to making a difference in their community.
OneWorld’s sexual health educators visit schools and community organizations, but they also host fun, engaging sexual health classes for anyone under age 25. Classes take place every month.
Call, text or Facetime our sexual health education team at (531) 772-6018 anytime to learn more about classes or to sign up for the next class. Perks of signing up for classes include free food, a free T-shirt and a $20 gift card. Learn more
Weight management classes with Niki Kubiak, Registered Dietitian, are held Tuesday evenings from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Livestock Exchange Building (4920 S. 30th St.). The cost is $10 per OneWorld patient (age 19 or older). Participants can come to group classes to learn more about nutrition and setting smart goals for healthy living. To sign up, call OneWorld’s Livestock Exchange Building campus at (402) 734-4110 and ask to be scheduled for a weight management class.