Prenatal Clinic

Regular prenatal care is key to healthy pregnancies. We are excited to offer prenatal care at the Millbrook Human Services Center! 
Our services include:
  • Health care and education for pregnant women. Physical exams, including Pap smears and breast exams.
  • Contraceptive counseling and information
  • Pregnancy care manager assessment for patient needs
  • Nutrition counseling and WIC services
 We are open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
To make an appointment, call 919-431-4000.

WIC (Women, Infants, Children)

WIC is a program that saves lives and improves health nutritionally for women, infants and children. Breast milk is the best milk for babies because it has many protective qualities. Call 919-250-4720.

Child Care Subsidy

Services assist families with their child care needs by:

  • educating families about choosing a quality child care
  • providing child care for children who have developmental delays to prepare them for school
  • assisting parents in maintaining full-time employment in order to support their family.

For information contact the main number, 919-773-7600.

Child Welfare Services

Child Protective Services and Foster Care protect children and enhance their well-being by supporting and strengthening families.

CC4C – Care Coordination for Children

CC4C is a voluntary program aimed at assisting families with improving the health of their children from birth to age 5. Care managers assess medical needs of families, create care plans based on children’s situation, work with family doctor to follow through with appointments, help families to locate community services, and support families to ensure that children get the best possible chance to grow and learn. Contact Sharon Klingenmaier at 919-250-1154.

Family Services

Family Services provides voluntary, family-centered supportive interventions aimed at preventing family deterioration among identified target populations. Serve with families who are often faced with a crisis or have concerns about their child’s school performance. We provide support to families by providing resources on social, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, financial and emotional issues, among others. Call 919-212-7163.

HIV/STD testing: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

You do not need to make an appointment to be seen at Millbrook Location; however, clients are attended to on a first-come, first-served basis, so try to arrive early.


We offer the following tests:

  • HIV & Syphilis (blood draw)
  • Gonorrhea & Chlamydia (urine sample)
  • Hepatitis C Antibody testing (blood draw, for high risk individuals with history of intravenous drug use or sexual contact with someone who has history of intravenous drug use)
  • Hepatitis C RNA/Antibody testing (blood draw, for high risk minorities with history of intravenous drug use or sexual contact with someone who does that)
  • Tuberculosis (blood draw, for high risk individuals who have spent time in places such as jail, homeless shelters, or countries with high TB rates)

Spring Forest Road Park Walking Club
4203 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh

Thursday nights
Starting October–November from 6–7 p.m.

Maternal Health

The Maternal and Child Health Program is an “umbrella” service area that uses many services and strategies to ensure access and continuity of care to promote positive social and medical outcomes. Once engaged in care, services are available to women and their families based on medical, social, safety and/or educational need. Services continue during pregnancy until two months postpartum. For families with more intensive needs, services continue longer.

For more information contact: 919-250-4636
Child Health Promotion
The state of North Carolina has developed several programs to promote the health of young children and to help them get the best possible chance to grow and learn. These programs include newborn home visits and assessments, Care Coordination for Children, and Early Intervention services. The goal of these programs is to promote child health and well-being and early identification of children at risk for developmental delays.
For more information contact: 919-250-1154