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Community Resources

Care Coordination and Community Services

CC4C- Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)  800-662-7030 (Español)

CC4C improves the health outcomes of children from birth to 5-years-old who are at risk for developmental delay or disability, long term illness, and/or social or emotional disorders. CC4C managers can help families find medical care, transportation, childcare and/or financial aid.

CCNC – Community Care of North Carolina

CCNC provides community-based care coordination with a focus on regional providers such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, hospitals, health departments, social service agencies and other community organizations.

CDSA – Child Development Services Agency  (Español) 919-707-5520

Early intervention provides various support and services to children up to three-years-old who have disabilities or delays in one or more areas of development. 

*Hint: Ask your Care Coordinator to make a referral to your county CDSA before you leave the hospital.  This process can take time to set-up.  Once established with CDSA, ask hospital personnel to fax your child’s records upon discharge.

Community Alternatives Program for Children (CAP-C)

The Community Alternatives Program for Children provides home and community based services to medically fragile children from birth to 20 years old who are also eligible for Medicaid. In addition to case management and in-home nursing care or aide care, families may also be eligible for supplies such as diapers, respite care, and home modifications.

CAP-C referral form:

CAP-C Parent handbook (Brochure En Español)

NC Innovations (Previously CAP/IDD – Community Alternatives Program/Intellectual-Developmental Disability)

This program is designed to allow individuals with intellectual disabilities live in their community with as much independence as possible.

Personal Care Services (PCS)

Provides in-home assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) for individuals with a medical condition, disability, or cognitive impairment. Age restrictions apply.

Financial Support

Social Security Disability Benefits

Social Security offers a benefit through Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for children with disabling conditions. Applicants must fill out both the Application for Supplemental Security Income and a Child Disability Report. Social Security will determine eligibility based on the child’s condition and on family income and resources. (Español) 800-772-1213

NC Medicaid

Medicaid is a health insurance program for low-income individuals and families who cannot afford health care costs. Medicaid provides resources for children with medical complexity that have expenses not covered by traditional insurance, and is NOT based solely on income.   (Español)

TELL THEM YOU ARE APPLYING FOR “CAP-C” or “Long-Term adult disability Medicaid”. 

*Hint:  You are not required to complete the application before the appointment, but it may speed the process to fill out as much of the application as you can ahead of time.  If you are unable to apply in person, ask if the Care Coordinator can help.

DISCLAIMER: The Pediatric Enhanced Care Program provides this list of community resources for information purposes only. We do not specifically endorse any specific group or organizations listed, but are providing a broad variety of resource options for our patients and families.


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