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April 2021 Update

  • April 11, 2021

April food distribution dates, welcome to our new executive director Theo McClammy, and more in this month's newsletter

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Director Update: Meeting the Challenges of 2020

  • November 7, 2020

https://vimeo.com/476632101 Almost a year ago, we were beginning to learn about Covid-19. Since that time, we’ve seen a dramatic impact on our health, unemployment, and mental health: Over 20,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Wake CountyMore than 77,000 jobs lost in Wake County between February and AugustA Kaiser Family Foundation survey shows steady increases in mental health symptoms associated with anxiety and depression in May, June, and July. In addition, research has shown an increase in depression, anxiety, distress, and…

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2018 Annual Report

  • July 2, 2019

While 2017 was a year of listening, observing, and defining, 2018 was a year of growth and forward planning. It was our second year at the Olive Chapel Road location where we are seeing an increase in capacity to serve as well as an increase in service needs. As we’ve observed changes and growth in our community and listened to the needs of those coming to Western Wake Crisis Ministry for support, our board of directors accepted the challenge defined…

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Nursing Services – a Valuable Partnership

  • December 22, 2017

Van Drives Nursing, Research By Morag MacLachlan, Communications Director, UNC’s Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases (IGHID) and Kelly Kirby, Communications Director, UNC School of Nursing (original story source:  http://globalhealth.unc.edu/news/feature-stories/mobilehealthvan/) A white nondescript van is making the rounds in central North Carolina bringing clinical care, experiential education and reliable research results along for the ride. Healy is the mobile health van owned by the Division of Infectious Diseases within the UNC School of Medicine. Initially purchased in 2010 to…

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