Community Alternatives Program for Children. To learn more, visit our Home Visiting Services Information.
Child Care Health Consultants (CCHC) are registered nurses who are Child Care Health Consultants (CCHC) with skills in public health, pediatric nursing and child care licensing requirements. The CCHC’s strive to promote the healthy development of children and the reduction of illnesses in the child care setting. Good health and development in the preschool population plays an important role in helping children enter school ready to learn. The consultants provide assistance and trainings to ensure a safe and healthy environment, early detection of developmental delays, infectious disease control measures, monitoring of immunizations, dental and vision screenings, as well as other relevant services.
Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a program which provides formal case management to eligible children, birth to five years of age, at risk for or who have diagnosed special needs. Staff are registered nurses or social workers who provide access to needed preventive and specialized support services for children and their families through collaboration. The program is family-centered and family-driven and seeks to respond to the varying concerns of children and their families recognizing that:
- concerns of children and families change over time
- families are the constant in the lives of children
- families have expertise regarding their children
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Community Transition Coordinator (CTC) is a registered nurse who screens all children born at Women’s Hospital of Greensboro and all pediatric admissions to Moses Cone Health Systems to identify children birth to age five who are at risk for developmental delays or have diagnosed delays or chronic illnesses. The CTC then assists in the transition from hospital to home by referring to the Care Coordination for Children Program and other community agencies to obtain resources, case management and/or early intervention services. Children born at High Point Regional Hospital receive this identification and referral service by a Pregnancy Care Manager Supervisor if needed.
Child Health Refugee Health Services for refugee children, birth to age 20.
Children’s Dental Services. Broken teeth, cavities and gum infections are painful and can affect your child’s overall health even when it occurs in baby teeth. For a bright smile and a lifetime of good health, start taking care of your child’s teeth at an early age. Our dental clinic provides services such as exams, limited emergency visits, cleanings and sealants. We see children up to age 21 with Medicaid or NC Health Choice; children who have applied for Medicaid or NC Health Choice, but were declined, whose parents can pay a reduced fee at time of service; and pregnant women with a pink Medicaid card. Limited orthodontic services for patients with Medicaid only are available.
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Children’s Health Education Need health information, but don’t know where to start? Start with us. Our online library has a variety of child health fact sheets. Click here to access the library.
Family Connects. To learn more, visit our Home Visiting Services Information.
WIC. The WIC Program provides quality nutrition services for women, infants, and children through nutrition counseling, healthy foods, breastfeeding support, and referrals to healthcare. To learn more about WIC and find out if you may be eligible, Click here.