04/18/2018
Wilkes Journal-Patriot

Wilkes Partnership for Children honors child advocates at its annual 'Champions for Children' luncheon and outlines its work on behalf of children. MORE

04/09/2018
Asheboro Courier-Tribune

The Institute for Emerging Issues at N.C. State University has selected Randolph County as one of four counties to participate in KidsReadyNC, a new 18-month effort to strengthen leadership capacity in local early childhood development systems. MORE

04/05/2018
The Clay County Progress

The Hinton Rural Life Center has received a three-year grant from The Duke Endowment to develop leadership initiatives. MORE

 

03/20/2018
The Baptist Courier

A $350,000 grant will strengthen Connie Maxwell Children's Home's resources in ministering to children and families through South Carolina's foster care system.MORE

 

03/15/2018
OrthoCarolina.com

OrthoCarolina physicians and the OrthoCarolina Research Institute launch the nation's first comprehensive study designed to assess the effectiveness of opioid-free pain management for patients. MORE

 

03/08/2018
ECU News Services

A regional program has been launched to provide not-for-profit hospitals and county health departments in eastern North Carolina with better health data at a lower cost. MORE

03/05/2018
GoUpstate.com

Hope Center for Children, a nonprofit that provides child welfare services, is helping to address the mental health care gap by establishing a new clinical therapy services program. MORE

 

01/29/2018
Charleston Post & Courier

The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health has launched a Health Policy Fellows program to help state lawmakers understand the intricacies of America's healthcare system.

01/04/2018

Natalie C.W. Smith has been named a senior accountant in the finance department at The Duke Endowment. Read the news release.

01/04/2018

Kristen Richardson-Frick has been named associate director of the Rural Church program area at The Duke Endowment. Read the news release.

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