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Community Home Care & HospiceCommunity Home Care & Hospice
What Services are Available?
The hospice team can provide the following:
• Nurses who are experts in managing pain and symptoms
• Skilled nursing care is available, if necessary, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
• Assistance with personal care and feeding
• Help in planning for end-of-life issues
• Grief and loss support for family and friends
• Spiritual care
• Medication, supplies and equipment related to the terminal condition
How is Hospice Paid For?
Hospice is paid for in the same way as other medical services:
• Medicare Part A
• Private insurance
• Private pay
962 Hwy 42 W Clayton NC 27520 United States
CommWell Health Smithfield, Four Oaks & McGee’s CrossroadsCommWell Health Smithfield, Four Oaks & McGee’s Crossroads
Services: Pediatric Care, Obstetric Care, Gynecological Care, Physicals ‘ annual, school, sports, and CDL, Immunizations/Flu Shots, Diabetes Management, HIV/AIDS Management, Occupational Medicine, Ancillary Services
Also provides a comprehensive array of dental services.
Monday – Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.;
Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Friday Closed.
See Main WebSite for more information
100 Sanders Street Four Oaks NC 27524
507 Brightleaf Blvd Suite 209 Smithfield NC 27577
70 Crape Myrtle Drive Suite 104 McGee’s Crossroads NC 27504
Cyber Cafe- Culinary Training ProgramCyber Cafe- Culinary Training ProgramParntership through JCI, JCC, Capital Area Workforce Dev
Located inside Johnston Medical Mall
Cyber Café is a collaborative, private, not-for-profit, public restaurant that is committed to offering healthy and great tasting cuisine while providing a culinary training program and operating a learning kitchen for youth and adults from the community in need of employment.
The project provides Dislocated Workers Adults/Youth – Age 18 and older who are interested in a career in the Food and Beverage industry. The program aims to cultivate professionals for the food industry, (the 5th largest job growth industry in Johnston County).
Upon successful completion of the 12 week training program participants who are ready to work can be matched up with employment opportunities, work experiences and/or on the job training.
514 N. Brightleaf Blvd Smithfield NC 27577
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)Disabled American Veterans (DAV)Transportation for veterans to VA Hospital in Durham, NC
Veterans looking for transportation to the VA hospital in Durham: To schedule transportation to the Durham VA – the veteran should call the Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Smithfield, NC at (919) 989-7177 and FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. Calls for transportation requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance of required transportation to be honored.”
*** NOTE: JCats of Community Senior Services of Johnston County does not provide transportation to the VA hospital.
1500 Buffalo Rd Smithfield NC 27577
Duke-Progress Energy Assistance Programs for the Winter MonthsDuke-Progress Energy Assistance Programs for the Winter Months
Duke Energy Assistance Programs for the Winter Months
Duke Energy sponsors or supports two programs to assist customers who may need assistance with their power bills or energy efficiency during the winter months
Share the Warmth (STW)
Provides financial assistance for heating bills during the winter season for low income families within the Duke Energy service territory in the Carolinas.
Helping Home Fund –
Duke Energy’s Helping Home Fund offers free assistance for income-qualified customers to make their homes more energy efficient. Eligible customers receive a complete home energy assessment and assistance to help save energy bills. This may include health and safety repairs; appliance replacement (refrigerators, washing machines and room air conditioners); heating and cooling system repair (up to $600) and heating and cooling system replacement.
Qualification to participate in Duke Energy’s Helping Home Fund does not guarantee a customer’s receipt of any funding for home improvements but is strictly contingent upon appropriate funding availability.
- Applicant must be a North Carolina Duke Energy customer with an active account, and
- Have household income that’s at or below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
Duke Energy’s Helping Home Fund is administered by the North Carolina Community Action Association. The program is available to owner- and renter-occupied residences and to apartment dwellings with owner approval.
ECU School of Dental Medicine – LillingtonECU School of Dental Medicine – Lillington
NOT income based. Fees are considerably lower than private dentistry.
Comprehensive general dental services for adults, children and special needs patients in a safe, caring and professional setting.
Call for Appointment: 910-814-4191
Comprehensive General Dentistry
Oral Surgery – Extractions
Sealants and Tooth Colored Fillings
Crowns and Bridges
Dentures and Partial Dentures
Periodontal Services and Cleanings
Cosmetic Tooth Whitening
3-D/Cone Beam Imaging
80 Autumn Fern Trail Lillington NC 27546 United States
Edgerton Selma Methodist ChurchEdgerton Selma Methodist ChurchFood Contact: Judith Eberhardt
For approximately nine years, Edgerton Memorial United Methodist Church has sponsored a food pantry serving low and moderate income families residing in Johnston County. Each week, two or three volunteers go to the Food Bank in Raleigh to purchase about 1,000 pounds of food to be distributed to 100 plus families on Thursday mornings. This mission has grown from a small closet of baby food to one of Johnston County’s largest food pantries. It takes approximately ten volunteers a total of 40 hours each Thursday to make this mission possible. It costs around $5,000 per year to run this program. Last year approximately 40 tons of food was distributed to over 5,000 families. This translates into 15,000 plus individuals being served in this Mission.
Hours of Operation: Thursdays 8:00 am – 11:00 or until 150 families have been served!
Edgerton’s Food Pantry has enrolled in the Food Lion Rewards Program. Please consider registering your Food Lion MVP card to help support our Food Pantry. Just go to http://www.foodlion.com to start the process.
401 W. Anderson St. Selma NC 27576
Free Dental.org DirectoryFree Dental.org DirectoryMedicaid/Free/Sliding scale Clinics by state/city
Website provides listings for free and sliding scale dental clinics as well as practices that are not reduced costs but accept Medicaid.** Also available, reviews of Medicaid and SCHIP dental practitioners.
Search by state, city or zip code
** If you are on Medicaid in North Carolina, you must check with the office to see if you can be seen for a dental problem. Some of these clinics are free and/or government supported. Some are sliding scale dental care for low income. Please call the dental clinics or visit the websites of the dentists to confirm.
Harbor provides safety and support to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and displaced homemakers in Johnston County.
Harbor Services Include:
- 24 hr Crisis Line
- Emergency Shelter
- Support Groups for women and children
- children’s programs
- court advocacy – restraining orders, criminal warrants, presence during hearings and court process
- Hospital companionship for battered and assaulted individuals
- Employment Services
- Transportation Services
All services are free
P. O. Box 1903 Smithfield NC 27577
Heaven’s Gate MinistriesHeaven’s Gate Ministries Contact: John Jernigan
Four Oaks NC 27524