VNA has provided compassionate, high quality care to better the lives of Omaha area families since 1896. VNA's mission is "delivering community-based care that provides peace of mind, quality of life and independence." Our innovative programs serve the unique public and home health needs of at-risk families, regardless of ability to pay.
Maternal Child Home Visitation by registered nurses, social workers and parent coaches to vulnerable women, children and young families.
Community Health Care to enhance health and quality of life for all.
Cooking Matters nutrition education for low-income families. Addresses the related issues of childhood hunger, obesity and family economic stability.
Shelter Nursing for homeless individuals in all area shelters and youth living on the street.
Breast Cancer Patient Assistance Program assists individuals facing financial hardships as a result of a breast cancer diagnosis.
Breast Cancer Patient Assistance Program: "Cindy was very nice and showed concern for me and my family. The gift cards helped me pay some of my bill at Heartland Hematology & Oncology. Thank you very much!"

Cooking Matters: "I still use all of the information and recipes that I learned in class. It is amazing how good it feels when I eat right."

Family Services: "It's a program that supports you with life's needs as a parent with your children."

Home Care: "Exceptional professionals, I can't speak highly enough about these services."

Shelter Nursing: "I say thank you. Your services here at the Siena Francis House are greatly appreciated. You're a valuable asset."