Viral hepatitis affects as many as 400 million people worldwide, contributing to nearly 4,000 deaths each day. In North Carolina, an estimated 160,000 people are infected with hepatitis C and most
State health grant will help train Triad-area paramedics
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Because temperatures are reaching dangerous highs this time of year, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health is encouraging people with diabetes to tak
Last week, Governor Pat McCrory signed an Executive Order creating a Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force that will be jointly co-chaired by Department of Health and Human Services Secret
DHHS Honored For Cancer Registry
More than 2,500 patients across the state may be diverted each year from hospital emergency departments to behavioral health crisis centers with help from $5,000 grants awarded to each of 11 counti
"DHHS understands the importance of an evidence-based support system to assist individuals going through critical transitions. This patient-centered approach increases the likelihood for successful
North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services' (DHHS) State Cancer Registry is being recognized by the U.S.
"This grant provides us with a great opportunity to extend the state's services and enable people with substance use disorders to independently choose the services that will best support their
For the second straight fiscal year, the North Carolina Medicaid program ended the year with cash on hand. Year-end results will be released when the budget close-out process is finalized.