After more than a century, VNA continues to provide expert, compassionate services to under-resourced individuals and families. Our team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to going where others won’t and serving who others don’t — no matter someone’s age, income or ability. Together with our partners, we deliver uncommon care wherever clients call home.
VNA is committed to delivering life-changing care when, where and how our community needs it. In 2021, VNA served 37,082 clients in Omaha and Council Bluffs through our Community Care programs. Read our stories of impact below.
July 6, 2022
VNA’s School Health services helped one student and his family establish a plan of care to ensure his diabetes is managed consistently.View Full Story
October 7, 2020
VNA shelter nurse Ann Hatting first met Mark, Roger and Jeff when they were homeless shelter clients at Siena Francis House. All three struggled with a combination of physical and […]View Full Story
August 15, 2017
One of nine siblings, Princess never had a mother or father figure to look up to. By her 11th birthday, she found herself in foster care.View Full Story
It’s been great having Lesa as my VNA nurse all these years. She is there if I have any questions or need help with anything. She’s like family.”
Shelter Nursing Client
The program gave me some tools and advice to be a better mom and to be more confident and more secure with my baby.”
Parenting Support Client
She knows me like a book … I can always depend on her.”
Home Health Aide Client
VNA offers a wide range of community-based services to individuals of all ages and stages of life who lack resources across the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area. Our Community Care services include Parenting Support, Flu and Immunization, Shelter Nursing and School Health. Our Infusion Pharmacy and Home Health Aide services help individuals stay healthy and independent at home.
As you cheer for us, donate to us and collaborate with us, we ensure those who depend on us for care can access it.
provided in community care services in 2021
clients received community care services in 2021