Child Service Coordination Program

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a program offered at no charge for children birth to 5 years of age who:

  • Have long term medical conditions
  • Are dealing with social issues
  • Are referred by the child’s doctor
  • Have a recent emergency department or hospital visit

How can my child get CC4C services?

When a CC4C care manger learns that your child qualifies for services, they will contact you. The care manager will help you determine if CC4C services are good for your child and family. If so, a CC4C plan of care is developed.

What can CC4C care managers do?

Care managers help coordinate health care services by making home visits, phone calls and can even visit the doctor with you. Care managers recognize that YOU are the expert on your child. In addition, care mangers:

  • Will help you build a strong link to a medical home (regular doctor) for your child
  • Offer referrals to community resources to meet your family’s specific needs
  • Offer information on health and family topics
  • Help you get answers to your questions, or concerns

The goal of CC4C is to improve your child’s health care through services that meet the needs of your child and family. For more information, call 651-7450 and ask to speak to a CC4C care manager

Does your child have health insurance?

Your child may qualify for Health Check (Medicaid) or NC Health Choice—free or low cost health insurance for children and teens under 19 years old (up to 21 for Medicaid). Even children in a family of four with working parents earning $51,276. a year or slightly more may qualify. The programs also cover children living with grandparents, other family or friends. Your children need a valid social security number to qualify for these programs. Families with children who are U.S. citizens or lawfully residing in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. To download information please click here, or for Spanish please click here.

Benefits Include:

  • Well child checkups
  • Medicines
  • Sick visits
  • Dental care
  • Immunizations (shots)
  • Hospital care
  • Lab tests
  • Counseling
  • Therapies
  • Surgeries
  • Medical equipment & supplies
  • Vision & hearing care

It’s easy to apply! Go to the local Department of Social Services (DSS) or click here for more information.

Better health for your children and peace of mind for you!