North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Overdose deaths increase 22% in North Carolina
N.C. introduces new online registry to expedite behavioral health treatment
North Carolina has instituted a new online tool to help decrease wait times for behavioral health care.
$4M grant is awarded to strengthen N.C. Family Child Care Home network
A $4 million Preschool Development Grant will benefit the state’s Family Child Care Home (FCCH) network, which provides care for about 8,000 children in home settings statewide.
NC expands funding to help college students fighting substance use disorders
North Carolina has awarded over $3 million to support recovery programs for college students with substance use disorders.
Supplemental food benefits set to end in March
Emergency food benefits instituted at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic will be ending in March.
Gov. Cooper joins national radon awareness campaign
North Carolina is taking part in a national campaign to raise awareness about the potential health effects of radon.
New telemedicine program increases access to COVID-19 treatment
NC opens application for low-income household heating assistance
With the first day of winter less than two weeks away, North Carolina is now accepting applications for low-income household heating assistance.
State updates strategy to help dentists combat opioid misuse
An updated North Carolina Dental Opioid Action Plan was released this week by the state Department of Health and