CC4C - Improving your child's care.

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a free, voluntary program designed to help families improve health outcomes of their children from birth to age 5 who qualify for services. CC4C services will be provided in Wake County by a CC4C Care baby_slide 2.jpgManager (nurse or social worker) through Wake County Human Services. North Carolina families residing outside of Wake County should contact their local health department.

CC4C Care Managers will assess current and ongoing medical and family needs and concerns. Concerns and services may include, but are not limited to: developmental delay, disability, chronic illness, social and emotional stress and disorders, periodic medical, behavioral, developmental and psychosocial evaluations. The CC4C Care Managers will establish a plan of care and a schedule of contacts with the family based on the child's individual situation. The CC4C Care Manager will be working closely with the child's doctor to make sure the family is able to keep medical appointments and to follow the doctor's medical advice.

To make a referral, for more information, or to answer any questions you may have about the program, call 919-250-1154.