Do you know about ePass?a quick and easy way for individuals and families to learn about and apply for available benefits and services.
Safety-Net Dental Facilities in NC – List of non-profit dental facilities providing services for low income people. Facilities are listed by county. Call the facilities for more information; some clinics can see patients who live outside the county lines.
Health Info - Links to a variety of health services
in communities across the state.
Association of Free Clinics - Links to many of the
free clinics and pharmacies across the state.
Carolina Division of Public Health, Women's & Children's
Health Section - State agency that works to
promote Health Check and NC Health Choice as part of its mission to assure, promote and protect the health and development
of infants, children and youth.
Carolina Division of Social Services - State
agency responsible for determining Health
Check (Medicaid)/ NC Health
Choice eligibility. Visit this Web site to find your
DSS office. The Division of Social Services is dedicated
to assisting and providing opportunities for individuals
and families in need of basic economic support and services
to become self-supporting and self reliant.
Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division
of Medical Assistance - Manages Medicaid and NC Health
Choice for Children for the state of North Carolina.
Health Choice for Children Web site (maintained by
the Division of Medical Assistance) has additional information
about NC Health Choice. The Web site includes the state
plan for Title XXI, the benefits available to Special
Needs children, and FAQs for healthcare providers.
HEALTHYCHILDREN.ORG a new parenting Web site from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). The site includes general information related to child health plus more specific guidance on parenting issues and is promoted as "the only parenting Web site backed by 60,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults."
Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its member pediatricians
dedicate their efforts and resources to the health, safety
and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young
For more health information, search MedlinePlus
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Last updated: October 2014