OneWorld Community Health Centers provides culturally respectful, quality health care with special attention to the underserved. As a federally qualified health center (FQHC) OneWorld provides comprehensive primary health care, dental care, mental health/substance abuse services (including medication-assisted treatment), affordable medications and supportive services. In 2021 the organization had 160,619 total visits and administered 125,112 vaccines. OneWorld has served the Omaha community since 1970. The organization began as a free clinic run by volunteers, and today it employs over 550 people. OneWorld now operates 16 clinical locations in Omaha, Bellevue and Plattsmouth, including two clinics specially designed for teens and young adults, two mobile dental units, one mobile medical unit, four School-Based Health Centers and a health window at the Consulate of Mexico in Omaha. The organization also operates the Learning Community Center of South Omaha and has an on-site WIC office which sees more patients than any other single WIC office in the state of Nebraska. Other support services offered to the community include: health insurance enrollment assistance, prescription assistance, social work, teen sexual health education, prenatal care and diabetes prevention classes. Patients of OneWorld receive care that is affordable and accessible. OneWorld is the only primary care clinic in the region with a majority bilingual (English/Spanish) staff and sliding fee scale for uninsured patients. OneWorld helps patients overcome barriers to care by offering transportation services, interpreter services and more.
- In 2021, OneWorld's 16 locations cared for 43,387 unique patients.
- Patient demographics: 40% are children under 19 years old, 47% are uninsured and 98% live below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.
- OneWorld's vision is to be an innovative leader in health care, empowering individuals and creating healthier communities.