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Docs, agencies help foster kids get needed health care
Thursday, May 14, 2015
RALEIGH –Roughly 10,000 children and youth are in foster care in North Carolina. The average annual health costs of these kids are up to four times higher than those of other Medicaid children. (Nearly every child in foster care is automatically eligible for Medicaid.) The North Carolina Community Care Network is a physician-led nonprofit that helps
Chapel Hill public housing residents to receive free Internet
Thursday, May 14, 2015
CHAPEL HILL – In 2014, the town of Chapel Hill conducted a survey of public housing residents. Results showed that one in four households with school-aged children lacked Internet access at home. “In a community like ours that celebrates our intellectual achievements, our commitment to education… that’s just outrageous,”
The Triangle Tribune 2015 Mother of the Year
Thursday, May 7, 2015
RALEIGH – Diane Jackson is the head of her family, not because she is excessively stern or strict, but because she is sincere and heartfelt. Jackson said she hopes the love she showed her children would be something they would emulate later on in life as they became parents. “I just wanted to be the best mother and the best grandmother there
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