To provide quality services and promote learning opportunities to improve and nurture the health and well-being of Western Nebraska Communities.
Clinical health services
community health services
supportive health services
Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, Reproductive Health and Immunizations.
WIC, Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Migrant and Seasonal Head Start, Foster Grandparents, and Child Development Center
Youth Services, Youth Shelter, Navigator Services, Minority Health
Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska is a Federally Qualified Health Center, one of 1,000 member of a national network of action agencies across America. We are a non-profit community-based organization that serves low-income and those unable to meet their needs through other sources. The agency was established in 1965 and provides programs to over 8,000 individuals, children and families in three main programs areas: Clinical Health Services, Community Health Services, Supportive Health Services.
The work CAPWN does in this community and surrounding areas is vital to the health and well-being of our residents and we want to express our thanks for their dedication and hard work.
- Community Business
I believe that head start has been great place to build my children’s foundation for life.
-Head Start Parent M.M
Head Start has helped me begin to build my daughters educational foundation that will positively affect her life and development for many years to come.
- Head Start Parent
Youth Programs has helped me have a place to live so I can stay in school. Youth Programs has helped me through so much and gives me something to look forward to
- 17 yr old Female Homeless Youth
Before the Foster Grandparent Program I had to use the food bank twice and rent assistance once due to care repair expenses. The Foster GP gives me a reason to get up in the morning, a purpose in my life and additional income.
God Bless CAPWN Foster Grandparent Program
CAPWN has helped me to budget finances and teach me real life skills I didn't learn when growing up. They helped me to get my landlord to fix my house and meet the requirements of the landlord.
- Asset Building Choices Client
They have made my life, so much less stressful. I can go to college and have hope to be successful with my family. - Thank you
- Asset Building Choices Client
CAPWN helped me think that I am an important person, CAPWN is about people helping people out.
The Medical Clinic is a God send. When we needed help the Food Pantry was there.
- Foster Grandparent
We would really appreciate if we can keep CAPWN open; because there are some families that really need the help they get from them. Plus it's a good place and the workers are really good with their customers. Please keep them going.
Martin Luther King Jr Day
In Honor of Martin Luther King Day of Service, the CAPWN Foster Grandparent Program is inviting the public to come listen to a special speaker about the National Opioid Crisis at the Foster Grandparent monthly in-service on January 17th at 11 am,
First Baptist Church 3009 Ave I, in Scottsbluff. Please join us at this event. Light snacks will be provided.
News/Up Coming Events
We have several apartment openings in Scottsbluff, Alliance, and Potter
call for more information at 308-635-3089
Need extra cash?
Foster grandparents needed!
Call Cathy at 308.635.3089
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For the Entire Family
Has CAPWN inspired change in your life or that of someone you know?