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Division of Public Health, Women’s and Children’s Health Section
Women's Health Branch

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High-Risk Prenatal Care Resource List (PDF, 23 KB)

The Women's Health Branch develops and promotes programs and services that protect the health and well-being of infants and of women during their child-bearing years. The goal is to improve the overall health of women, reduce infant sickness and death, and strengthen families and communities.

The Women's Health Branch also offers guidance, consultation and training for professionals who provide women's health services.

Local health departments and other community agencies serving each of the 100 counties in North Carolina provide a variety of these women’s health services, including family planning, prenatal care, flu shots and other women's immunizations, and pregnancy care management. For more information on the services near you, contact your local health department external link.

The Women's Health Branch is part of the Women’s and Children’s Health Section of the North Carolina Division of Public Health.

Requests For Applications (RFAs)

RFA #A305: Pregnancy Care Management for Women Ineligible for Medicaid for Local Health Departments

Funding for Pregnancy Care Management for Women Ineligible for Medicaid is currently available to North Carolina local health departments that provide on-site prenatal care and Pregnancy Care Management services for Medicaid patients, in counties with 100 or more Emergency Medicaid deliveries in FY12, and counties with less than 100 Emergency Medicaid deliveries in FY12 if they currently are receiving funding from DPH to provide Pregnancy Care Management for Women Ineligible for Medicaid, through this newly released Request for Application (RFA).

No Notice of Intent is required. All applications must be received at the address on page 1 of the RFA no later than 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 5, 2014.

Written questions concerning the specifications in this Request for Applications will be received until 5:00 PM on October 10, 2014. As an addendum to this RFA, a summary of all questions and answers will be posted below on October 14, 2014. Questions? Call (704) 660-1322 or email Vienna Barger.

Applications for RFA will be received until 5:00 PM on November 5, 2014.


Last Modified: Monday, October 20, 2014 3:33 PM