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The Chronic Pain Initiative and Community Care of North Carolina

The rate of unintentional deaths from opioid poisoning has reached epidemic proportions. One model of successful intervention is Project Lazarus, an integrated-care pilot program in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Community Care of North Carolina, supported by a grant of $1.3 million from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and matching funds of $1.3 million from the North Carolina Office of Rural Health and Community Care, is now expanding the Project Lazarus approach statewide.

School of Nursing Opens Health Center in Alamance County’s Snow Camp

In response to the need for primary care services in rural North Carolina, the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing has partnered with others to open a school-based and nurse-managed health center at an Alamance County elementary school to serve the school and surrounding area. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill website, June 7, 2013