Health Care Access

Health Care

Good health is an essential basic need, and access to health care services gives local families and individuals the peace of mind that help is available when needed. Health Care Access programs funded by United Way provide access to health and wellness services for all ages, including physical and dental health, preventative health care, and wellness education.

Health Care Access At United Way

  • 10 Funded Programs
  • $983,900 invested in 2016-17
  • Local nonprofits include YMCA of Greater Omaha, Ollie Webb Center, Inc., Charles Drew Health Center, Inc., OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc., Visiting Nurse Association

Click the links to learn more about Health Care Access programs funded by United Way, and to see the Stories of Change made possible by the generosity of so many in our community. Thanks to you, we are Community Strong.


  • Health Care Access Programs Funded by United Way

    United Way of the Midlands is proud to fund 10 programs in the Health Care Access area:

    • Aquatics for all ages, operated by YMCA of Greater Omaha
    • Book Club, operated by Ollie Webb Center, Inc.
    • Charles Drew-One World Mobile Dental Clinic, operated by Charles Drew Health Center
    • Community Clinics Care for Children, operated by OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
    • Health Supportive Services, operated by OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
    • Home Health Aide, operated by Visiting Nurse Association
    • Home Health Care. operated by Visiting Nurse Association
    • International Center Health Education, operated by OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
    • Maternal and Infant Home Health Care, operated by Visiting Nurse Association
    • Promotoras for Douglas County, operated by OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.

    These programs are doing great things for people in the metro area - click read more to learn how.

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