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Community Health Assessments (CHA)

HealthENC To obtain Community Health Assessment results for 33 counties in Eastern North Carolina visit: 



Or for individual health department Community Health Assessment reports visit the sites listed below:

(Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Gates, Hertford, Pasquotank, Perquimans)









 

State of the County Health (SOTCH) Report


(Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Gates, Hertford, Pasquotank, Perquimans)







 

Community Health Rankings

Counties throughout the United States are ranked on health indicators through the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.


 

Diabetes

North Carolina Diabetes 

This site provides resources and information for the community, employers, health care providers and citizens to reduce the impact of diabetes in North Carolina. Learn to manage diabetes or target risk factors that lead to diabetes.


 

Good Nutrition Practices

To learn more about good nutrition practices, access the Choose Myplate for dietary guidenlines for Americans

 

Health Disparities

To learn more about health disparities and health equity in NC, visit the NC Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities


 

Health Statistics

To access high quality health information, visit the North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics website:


 

Healthy North Carolina

2020

Highlights the 40 objectives for North Carolina, briefly describes the rationale for their selection, and includes key health disparities, as well as strategies to address the objectives by 2020.

​2030

Highlights 21 indicators for North Carolina with a foucs on health equity and the overall drivers of health outcomes (health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and the physical environment) are briefly described along with the rationale for their selection, as well as strategies to address the indicators by 2030.  


 

Healthy People 2020

For national Healthy People 2020 objectives and information.


 

Heart Disease and Stroke

Visit Start with Your Heart for more information about the NC Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program.

 

Kidney Disease


 

Obesity and Chronic Disease Prevention and Healthy Foods

To learn more about preventing obesity and chronic disease in North Carolina, visit:






 

Population Information

To obtain 2010 U.S. Census information and more, visit:


 

Smoke-Free Restaurant, Bars, and Lodging

The North Carolina Smoke-Free Restaurants and Bars Law made nearly all restaurants and bars and most lodging establishments smoke-free as of January 2, 2010.


 

Tobacco Prevention

Advocate for public policies proven to prevent kids from smoking, help smokers quit and protect everyone from secondhand smoke


Movement for 100 % tobacco-free teens





 

Substance Use and Behavioral Health

Treatment for Substance Use and Behavioral Health

You can look for a treatment center online at https://findtreatment.gov/ by clicking on the link and simply entering your zip code. Or if you prefer to speak with someone on the phone, you can call the helpline and get some advice on how to proceed: 1-800-662-HELP (4357).





Local Links to Information, Coalitions, and Initiatives

For Beaufort County data and nearby links to syringe exchange programs, medically assisted treatment (MAT) providers, counselors, places to purchase naloxone, drug dropboxes, support groups, temporary housing, as well as Hotline information.

Dare County Substance Use Coalition Site with a list of Resources (counselors/therapists, emergency services, pain specialists, local treatment providers, and out-of-town residential treatment sites), newsletters, videos and phots.

Information and links for provider outreach and education, safe medicine storage and disposal locations, education and prevention, and treatment and recovery resources and facilities.
 

Opioids – Information, Awareness, and Initiatives


– For Information and links regarding opioids, NC services and data on Opioid treatment, Syringe and Naloxone Access,
Providers, NC Opioid Action Plan, data, and more.

– Led by NC Attorney General Josh Stein and NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen to raise awareness around the devastating impact of the opioid crisis in North Carolina, the More Powerful NC campaign is anchored in the message that together, we are more powerful than opioids—and we can all help play a part in ending the epidemic.  Learn facts, risks, where to find treatment, and drop box locations to dispose of unused medications.


Substance Use – Information, Awareness, and Initiatives









Trust for America’s Health Report: Addressing a Crisis: Cross-Sector Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Substance Use and Suicide at:  https://www.tfah.org/report-details/adsandadolescents/

 

Northeastern NC Historical Health Data and Assessments












 

2004/2005 Strategic Plans




 

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NC Economic Distress Designation by County



 
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