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Mental Health Information for the North Omaha Community

This site is a landing page for the project: Healing Conversations for the “Sick and Tired"

The Collaboration

Healing Conversations for the "Sick and Tired"

This project is a collaboration between the North Omaha community, Creighton at Highlander team - an interprofessional community of practice aimed at culturally-responsive community engagement - and the Health Sciences Library at Creighton University. Fannie Lou Hamer famously stated that she was "sick and tired of being sick and tired," referring to the impact of racism that she felt physically, mentally, spiritually, and politically. The project, "Sick and Tired" will engage the North Omaha community in conversations about mental health and share authoritative mental health information. 

Please visit our workshops page to learn about past and upcoming workshops. Previous workshop sessions will be recorded and uploaded for later viewing.

This project was supported by the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UG4LM012345. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

UNMC Health Information Service

The McGoogan Health Sciences Library provides Nebraska residents and patients with an information service - they will research health questions and send the results at no cost! To request information and learn more, visit their webpage

Related Guides

How Am I? A Self Check-in  Mental - What are my thoughts right now? How are they impacting me? What fear of how folks will perceive me is getting in the way of asking for the help I need?  Physical - Am I hungry? Am I tired? Am I in pain? What am I feeling in my body and where? What is/are the message(s) my body is sending me about my needs?  Emotional - What am I feeling? What helps me to feel resourced and grounded before taking on something that requires more of me?