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Verizon is proud to be an inclusive environment for respect and diversity!
Verizon’s internal national non-discrimination policies protect LGBTQ employees’ rights: They offer equal benefits for same sex partners and their families, including their adoption assistance program, and have an internal LGBTQ support group at the Lincoln Call Center.
That’s why Verizon ranks close to a perfect score in the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Equality Index year after year.
Veteran Care Coordinator
Under the Veteran Health Administration’s National LGBTQ Program, each VA Health Care System is required to have an LGBTQ Veteran Care Coordinator (VCC) available to assist LGBTQ Veterans navigate the VA health care system, offer community resources, and facilitate LGBTQ Veteran programs. The LGBTQ VCC also serves as point of contact, source of information, advocate, and general problem-solver for LGBTQ Veteran-related health care issues.
- VA NWIHCS employee and Veteran Jessica Hilbert, BSN, RN-BC, is the LGBTQ Veteran Care Coordinator. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, 402-680-9046 or 402-995-3854, or for Veterans, via MyHealtheVet secure messaging.
- VA NWIHCS is recruiting LGBTQ Veterans to initiate a recurrent support group at the Omaha VA Medical Center. Please reach out to the LGBTQ Veterans Care Coordinator, listed above, if you or someone you know is interested in participating in a Veteran-led LGBTQ support group.
VA NWIHCS is honored to be rated Nebraska’s “Leader in LGBT Health Equity” by the Human Rights Campaign Health Care Equality Index – a distinction awarded in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Click here to visit the HEI website* to learn about the Core Four Leader Criteria on which health care systems are rated.
Voices of Hope provides services to empower those who have experienced relationship violence, sexual assault and related forms of abuse. Our services are free and confidential to victims of these crimes as well as their family members.