Community Health Partnership of Nemaha County is a community-led, grant-funded organization that promotes healthy lifestyle choices through education and awareness.
As a community coalition, we feel it is our priority to keep prevention, as well as the overall wellness of Nemaha County, at the forefront of our efforts. Being a Drug-Free Communities (DFC) grantee means that one of our main priorities is reducing risky behaviors in youth ages 8-18.
Therefore, we focus on educating Nemaha County youth on healthy decision-making habits through the programs that we offer, as well as providing valuable prevention-based resources to the community.
CHP Programs & Activities
Much of our organization is youth-driven, meaning that the youth take a proactive role in healthy lifestyles and substance abuse education within the schools. We offer many supporting programs and events to encourage this role of the youth in Nemaha County.
Programs occur during the school calendar year and take place at all Auburn and Johnson-Brock Public Schools. Our programs encourage healthy decision making and skill development in children and young adults.
Our activities consist of many youth-based events that occur throughout the year. See what our youth have been up to, here!