This is a report on trends in caseload counts for programs and services at Wake County Human Services from 2008 to 2013.
The Regional Networks of Care offers an array of Wake County services. This model continues to bridge transportation gaps, includes the voice of citizens and continues to provide excellent care and customer service across Wake County.
Regional Centers bridge transportation gaps, increase citizens' access to services, promote partnerships and enhance cohesion of services through collaborations with local organizations. The three Regional Centers (Northern, Southern and Eastern) offer a full array of Human Services programs and services including Economic Self-Sufficiency; Child Welfare; Children, Youth and Family; and Public Health. They also provide other County Departmental services to citizens, such as Revenue, Register of Deeds, Sheriff's Office, Building Inspections, Workforce Development, Environmental Services and Board of Elections.