Body Image Addressed by a Buffalo County Teen

Body Image Addressed by a Buffalo County Teen

This post was written by Kearney High School senior, Isabella Breinig, as part of her volunteer hours with Buffalo County Community Partners. Body image, defined by the Webster Dictionary as, a subjective picture of one’s own physical appearance established both by self-observation and by noting the reactions of others. The concept of how we view ourselves, and how others view us in return, is a complex problem that is constantly...

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November Newsletter from Community Partners

Did you miss our November newsletter? No worries. We’ve got it right here for you. Scroll through the newsletter below to learn what we’ve been up to the last month. If you’d like to get signed up for our newsletter to be delivered to you in the mail or by email each month, fill out this form. Download (PDF,...

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October Newsletter from Community Partners

Did you miss our October newsletter? No worries. We’ve got it right here for you. Scroll through the newsletter below to learn what we’ve been up to the last month. If you’d like to get signed up for our newsletter to be delivered to you in the mail or by email each month, fill out this form. Download (PDF,...

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Board Members Join For New Year Planning

The Buffalo County Community Partners’ Board of Directors gathered for their annual board retreat on January 11. The four-hour retreat was packed with insightful questions, great conversation, and decisions on how best to work together for the organization’s mission. Board members welcomed new members by hosting an excellent conversation about the strengths of individual board members and how those strengths balance out to create a strong...

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2016 Annual Campaign Goal Met & Exceeded

2016 Annual Campaign Goal Met & Exceeded

Buffalo County Community Partners is pleased to announce the 2016 Annual Fund Campaign goal of $140,000 has been met and exceeded. Local donors have met a call to action to invest in the health of Buffalo County by donating $146,268 to facilitate community engagement in priority health issues. “We invited the community to invest in the future of Buffalo County and appreciate their efforts to make health a priority,” stated Denise Zwiener,...

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Emerging Suicide Prevention and Behavioral Health Issues Bring New Collaborative

Emerging Suicide  Prevention and Behavioral Health Issues Bring New Collaborative

Community Partners Board launches a new behavioral health collaborative, HealthyMINDS, focused on improving health outcomes from birth to 18 years of age. This summer, grant funders and other community stakeholders invited Buffalo County Community Partners Board to develop new coalitions for early childhood behavioral health, suicide prevention and school mental health. Community Partner’s Board asked key community stakeholders to join together...

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