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Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health, wellness, and fitness of communities, thousands of people at a time.

Dr. Bob Rauner, president of Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln, is a family physician with a masters degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University.  He is also the Chief Medical Officer for OneHealth Nebraska.  He has been providing clear, science-based information and updates about COVID 19, the coronavirus, on a series of You Tube Videos.  Click on the dates below to view the most recent in the series.  (Click here to view earlier videos.)

Para obtener información sobre el coronavirus (COVID 19) en español, haga clic aquí.


KEEPING KIDS HEALTHY AND ACTIVE AT HOME, SAFE WHEN THEY GO OUT

Check out our new web page!  Find great resources to engage, entertain, and teach kids with our recommendations for physical fitness, nutrition, gardening and mindfulness activities families can use at home, inside and outdoors.  If you need help explaining health measures to your kids, you'll also find kid-friendly videos videos to help explain about the coronavirus, the need to wear a mask, wash hands, and keep six feet of distance.

 


LNKTV Health Features
PHL and Partners Monthly

meet our partners

Each month, LNKTV Health features community organizations that are making a difference in our community, great nutrition information and tips to make healthy eating easier, unique and fun ways to be active and Bright Sports featuring inspiring work done by local nonprofits to improve community health.

Watch the latest LNKTV Health productions below and visit
LNKTV Health for everything health, wellness, safety, and fitness in our community: 

Check out the LNKTV Health's newest video series from the Malone Community Center and the UNL Dietetic Interns:

Malone Breastfeeding Support series 
Malone's Community Breastfeeding Educator, Dania DeLone talks about their outreach program, and several moms who have been positively impacted by the support talk about their breastfeeding journeys.

Make it Nutritious
UNL's Dietetic Interns offer a series of tips on how to make yours and your family's diets healthier while still tasty.

Visit the LNKTV Health You Tube channel for more.

Bright Spots: "We Cook" Helps Kids 
 
LNKTV Health highlights community programs that help make a difference in our city.  In this Bright Spot about the WeCook program, kids have fun while learning the kinds of nutrition and fitness activities that will make them healthy for life. 

WeCook promotes physical fitness and teaches at-risk youth and their families how to cook simple, healthy foods and learn more about gardening. 


Partnerships Make a Collective Impact

Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln collaborates with non-profits across the city to improve the wellness of our community. Throughout the year, we feature the work our partners do to impact the health and fitness of our city.  Each month we spotlight the current highlights and happenings of featured partners.  Click on the links to read about them.

October 2020 highlight
Community Learning Centers

          

Read past highlights here.


Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln, Partners Receive 5 Year, $3.3 CDC Grant

In 2018, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln a five-year, $3.3 million REACH grant, one of only 31 awarded nationally. This award will help support coordinated health improvement projects that address significant disparities in health outcomes within Lincoln’s minority communities and low income neighborhoods, through nutrition, physical activity, and aligning healthcare providers and community outreach efforts to connect patients with health resources.