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CC4C Cares About Your Child 

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a new program for eligible children from birth to age 5. 

CC4C works to improve the overall health of young children.  If your child qualifies for this program, your family can receive services offered by CC4C.

CC4C focuses on family strengths and concerns.  CC4C Care Managers are nurses and social workers who will help identify programs, services, and resources that meet your family’s needs through home visits, doctor visits, telephone calls, and other personal contacts.

Your Care Manager will serve as a link between you and your child’s doctor or nurse.  He or she will also help you link with other community resources and offer information and support.


CC4C Supervisor KarenMcleod             
919.560.6879
kmcleod@dconc.gov

    What you need to know about CC4C and how we can benefit you and your child

Your child may qualify for Care Coordination For Children (CC4C) services. The goal of CC4Ckids care management services is to improve the health and well-being of your child.

• Help meet your needs and the needs of your family, which may involve working with other agencies that can help find the needed services or information to support your family.

• Maintain or improve your child’s health, while building a close relationship with your child’s doctor.

• Provide guidance and support for your family.

• Provide information and resources when they are available and related to your specific needs.

What you can do:

· Inform your CC4C Care Manager of your needs and concerns

· Inform your CC4C Care Manager of any changes 

· Inform your CC4C Care Manager, your doctor, and  any services provider if you are unable to keep an appointment.