The Care Coordination for Children Program (CC4C) is a free and voluntary program that helps families find and use community services and support that they need.
- to connect your family with services for children and families
- to support your children in reaching their developmental potential
- to help ensure that children are raised in healthy, safe, and nurturing environments
Our Child Service Coordinator can help with finding medical care, transportation, childcare and /or financial aid. Our Child Service Coordinator can also provide you with information about a wide variety of family oriented resources.
Who is Eligible?
Any child less than 3 years of age who is at risk for developmental delays, disability, chronic illness or social/emotional problems.
Any child less than 5 years of age who has a diagnosed developmental delay, disability, chronic illness or social emotional problems.
Your family might benefit from the program if:
- You are worried about your child's development
- You need financial help in meeting your child's needs
- You and your family could use support and guidance
- Your doctor told you that your child has a condition that may affect their health or development
- There are family issues that are keeping you from being the best parent you can be
- You are concerned about your child's behavior
For more information about our Child Service Coordination Program please contact:
Shana Jenkins, Child Service Coordinator
828-688-2371 ext. 17 or
- http://www.brightfutures.org/ (Bright Futures)
- http://www.aap.org/ (American Academy of Pediatrics)
- http://www.ncnewbornhearing.org/ (NC Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program)
- http://www.preventblindness.org/ (Prevent Blindness America)
Non-Discrimination for Services: All heath department services are provided without regard to race, color, national origin, disability or handicap. All patient services are confidential as required by North Carolina law.
- Testing for and evaluation of disease
- Treatment of identified infection and provision of protective measures for family or other close contacts
- Public education