For over 33 years, Charles Drew Health Center has served low-income families in the East/Northeast and Northwest sectors of Douglas County. Primary health care services include medical, dental, pharmacy and behavioral health. CDHC operates 13 sites: 2 homeless, 4 public housing and 4 school-based health centers; the CDHC Professional Building that houses the Omaha Healthy Start and Fathers for a Lifetime program and a new location at 4320 Fort Street on the historic St. Richards campus.
CDHC serves nearly 12,000 patients annually. CDHC providers facilitate more than 40,000 one-on-one patient visits per year.
"I needed the help . . . I used the nutritional program at WIC (a program of CDHC). Everybody needs help sometimes". Marqueta
Without Omaha Healthy Start (a program of CDHC), I would not be here . . . I can not thank them enough". Christine
"I hadn't had a check-up for five years. . . Everybody was kind, helpful . . . the doctor was great . . . its so important to get checked . . . this is a great place to do it". Sheila