Parent’s Health and Wellbeing
“You can’t pour from an empty cup.” As this saying suggests, it is difficult to be the parents we want to be when we are not well cared for ourselves. The following programs offer specialized health or mental health services focused on parents (or adults in general).
Adults or children who qualify for Medicaid or are uninsured in Durham, Orange, Wake, Johnston, Mecklenburg and Cumberland counties
Services are provided at individual health professionals’ offices or virtually during the pandemic
Contact the Alliance Access and Information Center at 800-510-9132, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or visit alliancehealthplan.org. Relay is offered for deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and speech-impaired callers by dialing 711 or 800-735-2962.
Anyone experiencing domestic violence or sexual violence
All of DCRC’s services are free and confidential.
Spanish-speaking families (children 6+ years-old and adults)
We have clinics in Durham, NC and Siler City, NC
We partner with a diverse array of funding sources to ensure that our care is affordable and accessible. Please call to obtain specific information for your situation.
We currently accept Medicaid, Health Choice, and Medicare. Additionally, we are a contracted IPRS provider with the following Managed Care Organizations: Alliance Behavioral Health, Cardinal Innovations, and Sandhills.
Specifically for BIPOC (Black, indigenous and people of color) parents or caregivers; however, our affinity groups are open to any parent or caregiver of a Black child
Durham, NC and surrounding areas
PAAC Membership Fee for the school community (depends on level of commitment). Circles of Hope groups are free to parents/caregivers.
Any family of a newborn baby in Durham County
Nurses visit families in their homes; telehealth visits are also available as needed
We are creating spaces and support for Black, Brown, Indigenous, and other Birthing People of Color and their families
MAAME, Inc. offers all services on a sliding scale based on the birthing person’s individual need. For clients who don’t qualify for the community-based doula program, they will still have access to affordable doula support for birth or postpartum.
Consultations are free.
Pregnant people and new parents
Services are available across North Carolina (including Durham)
We suggest a donation of $20 for a visit. It is not required.