Durham is lucky to have many organizations working hard to meet the health-related needs of our residents. Here is a list of just some of them.
General Services Organizations
These organizations offer multiple services and/or referral to more specific services offered by other organizations. They are a good first-stop for individuals looking for health-related services.
Durham County Network of Care is an online resource of agencies that serve children, youth, adults and seniors.
Alliance Behavioral Healthcare is the gateway to all of the local mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse services in Durham County.
United Way NC 2-1-1 is a phone number and online search engine for various community resources across the state.
Durham’s Partnership for Children coordinates educational and child care services in Durham County.
The Durham Center for Senior Life provides key programs for older residents, including Social and Senior Center Services, Congregate Nutrition and Adult Day Health Services.
Project Access of Durham County serves eligible low-income, uninsured Durham residents who have specialty medical care needs.
Project HELP loans durable medical equipment to Durham residents in need at no cost.
Food resources in Durham (including food assistance/food pantries, farmers’ markets and community gardens)
United Way Premium Help is a program to help qualifying individuals to pay premiums for certain Affordable Care Act plans.
Car seat check locations in Durham to ensure that your child’s car seat is properly installed