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NC Division of Facility Services - regulates medical, mental health and group care facilities, emergency medical services, and local jails.
Medicare – Medicare information including a Nursing Home compare tool.
NC Division of Aging – is the state agency responsible for planning, administering, coordinating, and evaluating a community-based system of opportunities, services, and protections to advance the social, health, and economic well being of older North Carolinians.
Triangle J Council of Government – Triangle J Area Agency on Aging assists public and private organizations in the seven county Region to develop a comprehensive system of care for older adults that meets their needs in a responsible, dignified manner.
Resources for Seniors – is a nonprofit organization serving senior adults and their caregivers in Wake County, North Carolina since 1973.
AARP – The AARP Foundation administers programs that assist older Americans.
Wake County Human Services, Adult Medicaid Program - Medicaid is a program that helps pay medical bills for some people who have low income and cannot afford health care. Adult Medicaid helps provide medical care for the elderly, people who are blind or disabled, and people who need help with rest home costs and nursing home costs.
NC Division of Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities/Substance
Abuse Services – The Division makes policies and rules and monitors public services to people with mental illness, developmental disabilities or substance abuse throughout North Carolina.
NC Division of Social Services – is dedicated to assisting and providing opportunities for individuals and families in need of basic economic support and services to become self-supporting and self reliant.