CMARC (Care Management for At Risk Children)
Appalachian District Health Department
Alleghany and Ashe
Phone: (336) 372-5641 or (336) 246-9449
Description of Services:
Care Management for Children AT Risk(CMARC) is an at-risk population management program that serves children from birth to 5 years of age who meet certain risk criteria. The main goal of CMARC is to improve your child’s care by linking you to services that will meet the specific needs of your child and family.
Ages Served: Birth to age 5
Fees/ Payment Type Accepted:
CMARC services are provided by the local health departments in partnership with Community Care of North Carolina and the NC Division of Medicaid Assistance (to those who qualify).
Eligibility: Children eligible include those:
Service Area: Alleghany, Ashe and Watauga County
Phone: (828) 264-1237
Fax: (828) 265-2541
Address: 338 Brook Hollow Rd., Boone, NC 28607
Description of Services: Hospitality House is a non-profit agency that helps individuals and families in crisis, poverty and homeless situations rebuild their lives. The organization provides housing, nutrition, and prevention in a safe, nurturing and healthy environment through programs such as family housing, emergency shelter services, food box pantry and many more.
Fees/ Payment Type Accepted: There is no fee to stay at the Hospitality House, but you must provide verification of homelessness. This may be an eviction notice, statement of a family member or a community member.
Service Area: Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes, and Yancey County
Alleghany Partnership for Children
Address: PO Box 1643 , Sparta, NC 28675
Phone: (336) 372-2846
Serves: Birth to age 5
Description of Services: The Alleghany County Partnership for Children (APFC) is a public, private non-profit organization, which administers Smart Start funds and services for children age birth through five and their families in Alleghany County.
Our mission is helping children enter school healthy and ready to succeed. APFC works towards this mission by seeking out agencies, organizations and individuals that work with young children and their families to create collaborations to enhance or create needed services. The Alleghany County Partnership for Children Board of Directors have adopted planned goals to assist the children and families in our community.