Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP)
Free breast and cervical cancer screening, mammograms, and follow-up services are available for income-eligible women age 50 and above, and also to symptomatic women below the age of 50.
Care Management for At-Risk Children (CMARC)
Care management for At-Risk Children (CMARC), previously CC4C, is a program which provides formal case management to children from birth to five years of age, who are at risk for poor health outcomes. The program is offered free of charge to residents of North Carolina. Staffing includes a social worker who provides information regarding needed preventative and specialized services for children and their families.
The goal of CMARC is to work with families to identify specialized support services for themselves and their children. Through the program, families will have increased access to services for children with special health care needs and will have maximum opportunities to reach their developmental potential.
Child Health Clinic
Well-child assessments, sick care visits, Pre-K and kindergarten assessments, daycare physicals, and sports physicals are provided at the Health Department by pediatricians from ECU Pediatrics.
Communicable Disease Program
This program works to control the spread of communicable diseases in the community, detect cases of communicable disease, and monitor for the occurrence of new cases.
A variety of basic health services are provided, including pregnancy testing, immunizations (children and adults), and STD and communicable disease testing.
Care Management for High-Risk Pregnancies (CMHRP)
CMHRP is a statewide program in North Carolina that promotes healthy mothers and babies. Our CMHRP care manager is a social worker who will work with you and your prenatal provider to ensure you receive the best possible care while you are pregnant and after you deliver your baby.
Free screenings and treatments are provided, including medical history, physical examination, laboratory testing, treatment, counseling, and any referrals for sexually transmitted infections.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
WIC is a federal nutrition program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The WIC program provides healthy supplemental foods for pregnant women, postpartum women, breastfeeding women, infants and children up until the age of 5 who meet the eligibility requirements for the program. Program services include nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion, breastfeeding education and support, referrals to human service organizations and referrals for health care.
By filling out this WIC Self-referral form, our WIC program will contact you! https://www.ncdhhs.gov/ncwicreferral
Women’s Health Clinic
Nurses and nurse practitioners provide breast exams; pap smears; pregnancy, STD and HIV testing; and education regarding available contraceptive methods, including emergency contraception, or other pertinent reproductive issues. We are also able to insert and remove Nexplanons and IUDs in the clinic.
227 Kingold Blvd, Suite B
Snow Hill, NC 28580
Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
229 Kingold Blvd • Snow Hill, NC 28580
Phone: 252-747-3446 • Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm