Women's and Men's Health within the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services provides preventive screening programs and services, education and information to Nebraska women on breast and cervical cancer, cardiovascular (heart) disease and diabetes. Education and information is also provided to Nebraska men and women on colon cancer. Women's and Men's Health also provides health and wellness information for living a healthy life.
Every Woman Matters and the Nebraska Colon Cancer Screening Programs have an online enrollment called a Healthy Lifestyle Questionnaire (HLQ):
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Since 1991, Every Woman Matters has helped Nebraska women 40-74 get their breast (mammography) and cervical (Pap test) preventive screenings. In 2001, the program added heart health (blood pressure) and diabetes (blood glucose, cholesterol) screenings. The program may pay for exams based on healthy history and program guidelines.
The Nebraska Colon Cancer Screening Program offers enrollment, screening and education information to Nebraska men and women who are 45-74 years of age. Tests and services may include fecal occult blood test (FOBT) kit for at-home testing and/or colonoscopy. All screenings are based upon family and personal history.
A FREE online course designed for individuals working in communities who can connect people to health services. Participants will gain confidence and credibility in the communities that they serve along with general knowledge on health topics, communication and organization skills.