Services & Programs
Together with our community and health care partners, we offer many programs that encourage people to be proactive in improving their lives, regardless of socio-economic barriers.
Your Health Matters
Organ and Tissue Donation
CHC and local community organizations are working together to dispel myths and misconceptions regarding organ donation. Our goal is to increase awareness of the need for organ and tissue donors, and to register individuals to the NC Organ Donor Registry.
Register now to become an organ donor!
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports Learn More >
The American Psychiatric Association (APA)
The Collaborative Care Model, an integration of behavioral health and general medical services has been shown to improve patient outcomes, save money, and reduce stigma related to mental health. Learn More >
Improving the U.S. health care system requires simultaneous pursuit of three aims: improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care. Learn More >
COVID-19 Vaccination & Education
The Community Health Coalition encourages North Carolinians to get vaccinated and build a healthier community. Find vaccine locations and answers to all your questions on our COVID-19 Resource page >
Tobacco & Vaping Prevention
As the leading preventable cause of death in the US and NC, it is critical that we do more to confront tobacco use among adults and teenagers. Over 1.4 million adults and 70,000 high school students in NC smoke cigarettes, and over 14,000 North Carolinians die each year as a direct result of tobacco use, costing the state $3.81 billion in medical costs and $4.24 billion in lost productivity annually. The Community Health Coalition supports arresting these numbers and increasing statewide tobacco control programs that will save lives and ease the financial, medical, and personal burdens of tobacco on our state.
Community Empowerment / Telehealth
Community health care professionals offer virtual consultations (phone or online) for public housing residents and seniors about managing blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol; adhering to medication regimens; improving health literacy and lifestyle choices.
Contact CHC if you have questions.
Health Education /
Nurses and health educators administer blood pressure and glucose checks, offer consultations, and distribute health education materials on a wide range of health disparity topics.
Annual Community May Meeting
Our meeting is open to the public, as we recognize community members, highlight accomplishments of CHC, and build awareness of community health care programs and services with an emphasis on chronic disease prevention and healthy lifestyle choices.
Blood Pressure Education / Hypertension & Diabetes Self-Management Workshops
Educate participants on how to monitor and manage their chronic conditions along with exercise, diet, and stress management.
NC WISEWOMAN programs & services provide screening, intervention, counseling and referral services for low-income, underinsured, or uninsured 40- to 64-year-old women. Learn More >