Newsletter Articles

The NC Department of Health and Human Services agency that promotes independence and dignity for North Carolina’s older citizens, recently recognized the extraordinary works of an individual, a local government agency and a stakeholder’s group for their ongoing work to meet the needs of North Carolina’s older citizens. 

Back @ Home North Carolina, a program that connects disaster survivors with services and rental assistance to prevent homelessness, has generated national interest after helping 270 families find and sustain permanent housing after Hurricane Florence.

North Carolina's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) was recently honored for its work in implementing an electronic benefits transfer card (eWIC) and mobile app (Bnft) for participants.

The 22nd C. Odell Tyndell Legislative Breakfast, hosted by the National Rehabilitation Association's North Carolina chapter, highlights the work of rehabilitation professionals in advancing the personal and economic independence of people with disabilities.