Newsletter Articles

North Carolina First Lady Kristin Cooper joined State Health Director Dr. Betsey Tilson at Wake County Human Services to encourage North Carolinians to get vaccinated against the flu.

NCDHHS recognizes employees and partners doing positive work in their communities.

With grant funding helping to facilitate connections, the TBI team hopes to make the process of recovery a little bit smoother. 

Children and teens at risk of inadequate food when school is not in session may receive free, nutritious meals and snacks through the Summer Food Service Program beginning this month.

DHHS and partners across North Carolina are helping people get back to work through Individual Placement Support (IPS), a community-based service for adults with serious mental illness and substance use disorders who are entering or reentering the workforce.

The NC Medicaid Annual Report for State Fiscal Year 2019 is now available, offering a look at how NC Medicaid makes a difference in North Carolina.

A team from Rowan County gave the top performance at this week's North Carolina Paramedic Championship.

The results of the 2017 Employee Engagement Survey were recently released to the Department, highlighting strengths and areas for improvement.

Too many children will return to the classroom without the basic supplies they need to succeed. To help students and teachers, Governor Roy Cooper has kicked off his annual School Supply Drive and is encouraging state employees and North Carolina residents to donate. 

More than 1,500 people from across the state have provided feedback on the North Carolina Early Childhood Action Plan, providing valuable input as the plan was drafted. The plan will be finalized and is expected to be shared with the public at the end of February.

The Early Childhood Action Plan for North Carolina launched in February with a vision to support the state’s young children so they grow up healthy in safe and nurturing families, schools and communities. 

Gremeko Stuart, an executive assistant with DHHS' Division of Public Health, organized a relief effort to collect and deliver clothing and non-perishable items to the Hurricane Dorian damaged Bahamas.

Department of Health and Human Services employees from facilities and offices throughout North Carolina crowded into the Dorothea Dix Campus Haywood Gymnasium in Raleigh on Jan. 16 to celebrate the New Year and reaffirm the Department's core values at the second annual NCDHHS Team Recognition Awards.

The Everybody Works NC campaign was on display at this year's North Carolina State Fair, promoting the benefits of a diverse, inclusive workforce and raising awareness about the workforce partnerships that connect employers with the untapped labor force of people with disabilities.