N-MIECHV Programs

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Home visiting means family support. Right when it's needed most.

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N-MIECHV works to support and strengthen communities

In Nebraska, our evidence-based home visiting programs are community-owned and community-driven. N-MIECHV has very strategically made investments in our project communities across the state in planning, professional development, community collaboration and implementing local home visiting programs.  No one knows the families and what their needs are better than the people who live, work and go to school there.

Sources of investments

State of Nebraska investments

The Nebraska State Legislature has allocated resources to support home visiting since 2008. Our legislators know that by investing early in children and families, we can positively affect the workforce and overall health and well-being of Nebraskans in the future. N-MIECHV continues to gather the data to prove that the investment is well-spent through demonstrating positive outcomes. 

Federal investments

In 2010, the federal government, as part of the Affordable Care Act, reached out to each state and US territory interested in federal funds for evidence-based home visiting, to conduct a Needs Assessment evaluating six lifespan determinants of health: Maternal and Newborn Health; Child Maltreatment, Child Injury and Emergency Room visits; School Readiness and Achievement; Domestic Violence; Family Economic Self-Sufficiency; and Coordination of Referrals and Resources. N-MIECHV conducted the State​wide Needs Assessment and identified 17 “Priority" counties (Home Visiting- Level 1 County Results): Box Butte, Boyd, Buffalo, Colfax, Dakota, Dawson, Douglas, Gage, Hall, Jefferson, Lancaster, Lincoln, Morrill, Nemaha, Richardson, Scotts Bluff and Thurston. Those counties are identified on our map in the shaded areas.

It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men.
by Frederick Douglass


Local agencies contact information

​​Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department:  serving Lancaster County/Lincoln Metro

Healthy Families Home Visiting
3140 N Street
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: (402) 441-6297
Program Manager: Kodi Bonesteel



Panhandle Public Health District: serving Box Butte, Morrill, Scotts Bluff counties

Healthy Families America-Nebraska Panhandle
18 West 16th Str.
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
Phone: (308) 633-2866
Program Manager: Sarah Bernhardt



Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership: serving Dakota, Thurston, Knox, Cedar, Dixon, Antelope, Pierce, Wayne, Madison, Stanton, Cuming, Burt, Dodge, and Washington counties

Healthy Families America
603 Earl St.
Pender, NE 68047
Phone: (402) 385-6300
Program Manager: Dusti Storm



Nebraska Children's Home Society: serving Douglas County/Omaha Metro

Healthy Families America
3549 Fontenelle Blvd.
Omaha, NE 68104
Phone: (402) 253-5700
Program Supervisor: Kelly Pohlman



​​Public Health Solutions: serving Jefferson and Gage counties
Healthy Families America
516 Court St.
Beatrice, NE 68310
Phone: (402) 223-0096
Program Manager: Laura Wooters


Visiting Nurse Association: serving Douglas county/Omaha Metro

Healthy Families America
12565 West Center Rd, Ste. 100
Omaha, NE 68144
Phone: (402) 930-4075
Program Coordinator: Deanna Schlautman


Southeast District Health Department: serving Nemaha, Richardson, Pawnee, Johnson and Otoe counties

Growing Great Kids in Southeast Nebraska
2511 Schneider Ave. Auburn, NE 68305
Phone: (402) 274-3993
Program Manager: Amanda Drier