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Women's Health Initiatives
Women's Health Initiatives

 

Programs & Partners

 

Office of Health Disparities & Health Equity
The Office of Health Disparities and Health Equity (OHDHE) works to improve health outcomes for Nebraska's culturally diverse populations with a vision of health equity for all Nebraskans.
 

Health, Safety, Wellness & Prevention 
Collection of links to DHHS programs and services.

Immunization Program
The goal of the Nebraska Immunization Program is to help communities provide a local preventative health program designed to meet each area’s individual needs while maintaining quality of service. The program provides funding, vaccines, and training to immunization clinics and private providers throughout the state to vaccinate children from birth through 18 years of age.

Maternal Child Adolescent Health
Supports holistic life course development, pregnancy through young adulthood.
We help local communities support healthy outcomes, pregnancy through adulthood.
Men's Health
Site is dedicated to the health status of Nebraska men and links to pertinent information.

PRAMS
Nebraska Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), is a monthly survey of new mothers from across the state. PRAMS partners with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) to identify and monitor selected maternal behaviors and experiences before, during, and right after pregnancy.

Nebraska Reproductive Health
is a Federal Grantee administering the statewide Title X Family Planning Program.  Title X delegate clinics provide reproductive health education and comprehensive medical services that are an integral part of prevention and good health.
Newborn Screening Program
Newborn Screening is done for every baby born in Nebraska. A set of blood tests are done to find conditions that could be harmful to your child.

WIC

Nebraska WIC (Women, Infants, Children) is the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children.
Women's and Men's Health Programs provide preventative health screenings, and public health education services to qualified Nebraska residents between the ages of 40 and seventy-four.
 
 


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