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Quarterly Mental Health Roundtable

July 24, @ 10:00 am @ Zoom

Purpose: Join The Wellbeing Partners as we discuss ongoing efforts to prioritize mental health, including the Metro Region’s Community Health Improvement Plan, 2024 Community Health Assessment, and the WhatMakesUs stigma reduction campaign. Community partners will have a chance to share any relevant mental health and wellbeing updates. Audience: community members and community organizations in Cass (NE), Douglas (NE), Pottawattamie (IA), and Sarpy (NE) counties. If you'd like to present at this, or a future meeting, please email ClaireB@thewellbeingpartners.org

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Quarterly Mental Health Roundtable (in person!)

October 23, @ 10:00 am @ UNO Community Engagement Center

From 10-11:30am, join The Wellbeing Partners as we discuss ongoing efforts to prioritize mental health, including the Metro Region’s Community Health Improvement Plan, 2024 Community Health Assessment, and the WhatMakesUs stigma reduction campaign. Community partners will have a chance to share any relevant mental health and wellbeing updates. Audience: community members and community organizations in Cass (NE), Douglas (NE), Pottawattamie (IA), and Sarpy (NE) counties.

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Oct. 29 Health & Housing Coalition

October 29, @ 8:30 am @ Zoom

Coalition Vision: Address the challenges medically complex homeless individuals in the Omaha Council Bluffs Metro face through the design of a continuum of services that identifies frequent users of healthcare systems and emergency shelters and connect them into the appropriate level of care. We hope that you will: engage in shared learning around health and housing, serve as a thought partner and give input during the medical respite pilot, and recruit additional partners when applicable.

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Nov. 2024 Health & Housing Coalition

November 19, @ 8:30 am @ Zoom

Coalition Vision: Address the challenges medically complex homeless individuals in the Omaha Council Bluffs Metro face through the design of a continuum of services that identifies frequent users of healthcare systems and emergency shelters and connect them into the appropriate level of care. We hope that you will: engage in shared learning around health and housing, serve as a thought partner and give input during the medical respite pilot, and recruit additional partners when applicable.

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