Press Release – United Way

The Wellbeing Partners is pleased to announce it was recently awarded a $25,000 one-year grant from United Way of the Midlands. Thanks to the generosity of the United Way donors, The Healthy Neighborhood Store project aims to increase the availability and affordability of healthy foods and increase knowledge of nutrition, meal planning and preparation by providing consumer and store owner education. technical assistance and point of sale promotions. The program is currently being implemented at Las Nenas Zamora Market in southeast Omaha.

Continue reading...


Transitioning to Senior Living Amidst a Pandemic

Planning the transition to long-term care for a parent is stressful even under ordinary circumstances, but during the pandemic, the decision can be mind-boggling. But COVID-19 doesn’t change the fundamental aging process. There are many instances in which senior living may be the best and most appropriate setting for your loved one. 

Continue reading...


Creating Healthier Communities Through Tobacco Prevention

economic consequences of tobacco use. Our efforts in tobacco prevention have focused on creating healthier environments that prevent youth from starting, support individuals who are considering or attempting to quit, and reducing exposure to secondhand smoke and aerosols. 

Continue reading...


Supporting Parents in the Workplace

I began my role with The Wellbeing Partners over two years ago, shortly after my daughter joined our family. The position was part time, flexible, and a “perfect fit” for a stay-at-home mom. Seeing that the work aligned with my expertise in child development and the mission was something I cared about, I jumped at the opportunity.

Continue reading...


Cultivating Wellbeing So Every Person Thrives

The Wellbeing Partners grew from deep roots to activate change in community and workplace wellbeing. Wellbeing (health + wellness) is the secret ingredient to building social and human capital, which is necessary for Nebraska and Iowa’s future success.

Continue reading...


Reduce and Prevent Chronic Stress with Self-Regulation and Self-Care Strategies

This article presents three actions you can apply when feeling stress and overwhelm. You can engage those feelings through the mind and body to reduce the physical and mental impacts of stress on your health.

Continue reading...


Mental Health Awareness Month Takeaways

May was Mental Health Awareness Month. Below are some key takeaways to continue exploring mental health awareness and self-care.

Continue reading...


Advice from a Tree

There have been several influences in my life that have helped to shape the person that I have become. My parents, my sibling, my husband, my children, my friends, my teachers, my co-workers….pretty much anyone that I have met has left a bit of themselves within me.

Continue reading...


Transition

I was lucky. Incredibly lucky. Last summer, I was offered a job with The Wellbeing Partners, an organization whom I admired and an organization whom, in my eyes, has incredible potential to change the landscape of wellbeing in the communities it serves. My aim upon starting was to do my part to bridge the good work between worksite wellness initiatives and community health collaboration to assist in creating the most impact for the Greater Omaha and Des Moines Metros. I wasn’t sure how it was going to all play out, but I did know that the leadership at The Wellbeing Partners was incredibly strong and that the Board was very supportive of the mission and the direction the organization was headed. I was excited to bring my perspective to the team.

Continue reading...


Worlds Collide

The Wellbeing Partners’ course has been charted. The organization is well on its way to bring together the great work of our legacy organizations – bridging workplace wellbeing and community health. After all, they are two sides of the same coin. Our workplaces are made of the community, and our community makes up the workplace.

Continue reading...

1 2 3 4 6