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Resources Near You

The Carolina Medical Home Network and the NCCHCA have partnered together to create a community resource network website, specific to local communities.


To find services in your area, type your zip code in on the main page. To view resources in Spanish, choose "select language" in the top left corner of the main page.

Patient Advocacy Programs At High Country Community Health

High Country Community Health’s Outreach and Enrollment team are Certified Application Counselors available to the public free of charge to provide unbiased assistance in understanding the newest healthcare laws as well as help getting enrolled in coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace.


Additionally, we have a team of Case Managers and Patient Resource Specialists both of whom work with our patients to ensure they have access to all of the resources and services they need, whether they be social or medical. Please see below for more information on these services.

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Case Management

Case managers work with patients who have chronic conditions, often focusing on those who are uninsured. They work with these patients to improve overall health and wellbeing by monitoring set goals and ensuring patients have the resources necessary to achieve them. When enrolled, patients have the support, advocacy, and education that is needed in their medical care. 

If you are interested in these services, please ask our front desk or your provider at your next appointment. 

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Get Involved

The Giving Closet is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Please contact Case Management for donation inquiries or if you are in need of the items they have! For more information please contact Case Management.

Patient Resource Specialist

The Patient Resource Specialist team at High Country Community Health works to connect our patients with community resources that will assist with their needs. The Patient Resource Specialist team works to address barriers to healthcare that our patients experience. The team has access to resources relating to housing, transportation, food access, medication access, insurance information, legal and financial aid, access to medical treatment, clothing and much more! Patient Resource Specialists are members of the collaborative care team at High Country Community Health, striving to treat the WHOLE person by addressing social determinants of health!

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