Community Health Program

What We Do

The Community Health program strengthens North Carolina’s health care Safety Net infrastructure to ensure that the state’s low income and vulnerable residents (Uninsured, Underinsured, Medicare and Medicaid) have access to affordable and appropriate high quality care.

Community Health Program Profile

Community Health Program Profile

Purpose

  • Increase access to preventive and primary care services for medically vulnerable patients in primary care locations
  • Establish primary care safety net services in counties where no such services exist
  • Create new services or augment existing primary care and preventive medical services
  • Increase capacity to serve low income patients by enhancing or replacing facilities, equipment, or technologies

Grantees

These funds, by statue, support the following Safety Net organizations:

  • Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and Look-Alikes
  • Free and Charitable Clinics
  • Public Health Departments that provide Primary Care
  • Rural Health Clinics
  • School-Based Health Centers

State Fiscal Year 2016 Community Health Program Coverage in North Carolina

State Fiscal Year 2016 Community Health Program Coverage in North Carolina

Grant Opportunities for Community Health Program

Grant Opportunities for Community Health Program

 

Contact

North Carolina Community Health Program
Office of Rural Health
2009 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699

Ginny Ingram
Community Health Program Manager
Phone: 919-527-6457
Toll Free: 800-533-8847
Email: Ginny.Ingram@dhhs.nc.gov

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