Curamericas Global


“We are honored to have a partnership with Curamericas Global, the selected
agency of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human services to lead
the Statewide Health Initiative During COVID-19, addressing the incredible issue
of inequities and access to healthcare and vital resources, which have been

exacerbated by the pandemic,”

IFPHA and Curamericas will be working directly with community health workers,
training them to identify and connect underserved families with vital resources,
including food, COVID-19 testing sites, unemployment offices, transportation
resources and more. In order to improve the health of these individuals and
families, we must understand the unique needs of their community and connect
them to resources – whether that’s food, internet services or information about
the coronavirus. We have been an ally to African-American and Latinx
communities across the Western Carolina, making daily calls, door to door home
visits when needed to ensure families have the resources, providing education,

resources, and support needed to navigate this pandemic.

Curamericas’ partnership with NCDHHS will leverage NCCARE360, the nation’s
first statewide technology platform that coordinates the work of organizations
addressing non-medical drivers of health, such as food, housing,

transportation, employment, and more.
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Available M-F 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
School Office #:  (828) 232-4291
Google Voice Cell #: (828) 771-6183
Calls and emails will be returned promptly. 
If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact your mental health provider, Mobile Crisis (828) 573-1006 or 911.
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