MEDIA CONTACTJeff Powell, (402) 471-6223, Jeff.Powell@Nebraska.Gov
Lincoln, Neb. – In an ongoing effort to reach out to minority and refugee communities, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Lincoln-Lancaster Health Department (LLCHD), and the Elkhorn Logan Valley Health Department are teaming up with the Karen Society of Nebraska to hold an online Town Hall with the Karen refugee community in the Karen language.
The Karen Society of Nebraska's mission is to help refugees and immigrants from Burma (Myanmar) build and sustain a high quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency in Nebraska. The society has office locations in Omaha, Lincoln, and Madison. The Karen Society of Nebraska offers help with finding employment, immigration services, and basic computer training.
Over 1,500 people watched the last Karen language town hall organized by DHHS and nonprofit organization Restoring Dignity.
Saturday, April 3, 2021, 4:00 PM
Meeting ID: 896 2951 6381