Johnston County Public Health Department

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Johnston County
Public Health Department

517 N. Brightleaf Blvd.
Smithfield, NC 27577
Phone: (919) 989-5200

Hours:
  Mon.-Thurs., 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Public Health Director:
  Dr. Marilyn Pearson

Clinic Fax Numbers:
  Medical Records: 919-989-5278
  Primary Care: 919-989-5279
  Epidemiology: 919-989-5287
  Family Planning:  919-989-5266
  Maternity:  919-989-5266
  Child Health: 919-989-5199
  WIC: 919-989-5298

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  Public Comment form

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Johnston County North Carolina

List of Community Resources in Johnston County for Individuals with Disabilities

Resources are listed in alphabetical order by agency name.

Resources are not provided by JCPH. Scroll down to view all resources. Please direct questions to the individual agencies. JCPH is not responsible for the services provided by these agencies. We try to keep this information as up-to-date as possible, however, for best results, contact the agency listed directly.

Click to View Resources Only for:
Youth and Children | Adults | Families | Persons with Disabilities | Seniors | Homeowners

Other Listings:
Healthcare Resources | Mental Health Resources

For more information about this list, or to have your organization added, changed or deleted, please contact the Health Department directly. Thank you.
 

Community Alternatives of North Carolina
Rocky Mount, NC

More Information click here or visit http://www.rescare.com

Community Alternative Program (CAP) residential and periodic services, Alternative Family Living (AFL) and respite.

 
Dealing With Coronavirus Anxiety: Expert Tips
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More Information click here or visit https://www.psychology.org/resources/expert-tips-coronavirus-anxiety/

The rise of the novel coronavirus outbreak has upended life across the globe and contributed to a wide-spread sense of uncertainty. Due to major disruptions to people's daily lives, the potential impact of the outbreak on the world economy, and constant media coverage of COVID-19, many are struggling to cope with the stress and anxiety related to the situation. We've asked three mental health experts to weigh in on how individuals can manage their coronavirus-related anxieties. Read on for five tips to help you establish a sense of normalcy and maintain your mental health during this time.

 
Divine Destiny Adult Care, Inc.
Smithfield, NC

More Information click here or visit 

Provides State-regulated Adult Day Health Care Services with professional staff for adults (age 18 and older) with chronic conditions.

These supervised services allow seniors, disabled adults and our Veterans to remain in their own homes and give their caregiver a much-needed break.

Services include:

  • Memory impairment program
  • Visually impaired program
  • Diabetic care program
  • Falls management program
  • Health care services (coordinated with personal physicians)
  • Assistance with mobility
  • Assistance with feeding
  • Transportation (contracted service)
  • Beautiful safe enclosed garden
  • Caregiver support services
  • Mild memory support services
  • Pet therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Aromatherapy
  • Reminiscent therapy
  • Level-specific physical and memory activities provided

 
NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Smithfield, NC

More Information click here or visit http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dvrs/

Vocational rehabilitation serves individuals who have a chronic disability that keeps them from getting or keeping a job. The primary goal is to assist the person to become employed and retain their employment for at least 90 days.

Services are varied and numerous, but all are oriented toward employment. Services provided that are not based on income include:

  • Counseling and guidance
  • Vocational evaluation
  • Employment and marketing skills
  • Job placement
  • Follow-up services

 
Project Access of Johnston County
Smithfield, NC

More Information click here or visit http://johnstonhealth.org/patients-and-visitors/resources/financial-services/project-access/

Project Access exists to assist communities across the nation with establishing and sustaining coordinated systems of charity care. There are 17 active Project Access programs in North Carolina, each unique to its own community.

Project Access of Johnston County/Harnett County is a physician-led volunteer initiative that gives low-income, uninsured county residents access to comprehensive medical care. Through Project Access, physicians and community partners like Johnston Health or Betsy Johnson Hospital, donate medical services without receiving reimbursement or compensation.


 
Social Security Administration (SSA)
Smithfield, NC

More Information click here or visit http://www.socialsecurity.gov

Services Provided by SSA:
  • Retirement
  • SSA Disability
  • Survivors SSA information
  • Medicare
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Social Security Number (SSN) cards

 
The Arc of Johnston County NC, Inc
Clayton, NC

More Information click here or visit https://thearc.org/

Provides information on services provided by other community organizations, where to apply for or obtain those services, and their contact information.