Omaha Medical Appointments

CHI University Clinic

CHI University Clinic at 2412 Cuming Street, (402) 717-0380 performs the initial health screenings for all refugees who are resettled directly to Omaha. Many refugee families keep this location at their primary care provider.  It is especially important for new refugee families to finish their vaccine series here in order to apply for their green card in a cost-effective and timely manner.

  • Healthcare for the whole family
  • On-site interpreters for common refugee languages
  • Civil Surgeon signature for adjustment to Legal Permanent Resident (green card) status
  • Financial assistance available for uninsured, low income patients

Charles Drew Health Center

Dedicated to providing quality comprehensive health care in a manner that acknowledges the dignity of the individual, the strength of the family, and the supportive network of the community.

  • Healthcare for the whole family
  • Mental/Behavioral health services
  • Dental care
  • WIC site
  • On-site interpreters for common refugee languages
  • Sliding-fee scale

Dr. Joseph Dumba, M.D. and Sabrina Dumba, APRN

Dr. Joseph Dumba and his wife Sabina fled the violence of South Sudan and now practice medicine through Methodist Health Systems.  They speak Arabic, Bari, and (Ki)Swahili.

Nebraska Mental Health

Looking for a mental health provider with refugee, asylum seeker, or immigrant experience in Nebraska? Click on the link above and find a mental health provider now!

  • After opening the website, click on the “Find a provider tab”
  • To search for experience with specific populations, click on the “Areas of Practice” heading on the left side
  • To find people who speak your language, open the “Language Spoken” heading on the left side
  • To find a therapist with experience working with a specific culture, click on the “Cultures” heading on the left side
  • Select any other criteria for your personal preferences

One World Community Health Centers

One World believes that everyone deserves access to the best health care possible, regardless of economic or insurance status.  In partnership with the community, they provide culturally respectful, quality health care with special attention to the under-served.

  • Healthcare for the whole family
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Dental services
  • Mental/Behavioral health services
  • Vision services
  • WIC site

Buoyant Family Services: Counseling and Consulting LLC

1941 S. 42nd St, Suite 416S // (402) 905-1120 //
Provides therapeutic child, adolescent, and adult behavioral health services. In addition, provides trauma informed therapy, organize workshops with refugee serving agencies, and home visits. Can fluently speak Swahili and have experience working with other refugee groups before with interpreters.
Accepts major insurances, Medicaid, and out-of pocket pay.