We need your help in identifying all Carteret County NC community resources available to infants, children, teenagers, adults, the elderly, dying, and families who are in great need.
To contribute information, please use the no registration form at the bottom and we will transfer what you send us to this document. When contributing, please send everything a reader needs including address, phone number, contact person, and anything else someone might need when reaching out.
Additionally, we hope readers will send the link of this article to others on social media and by email so we can document all local resources. This article will document services in Morehead City, Atlantic Beach, Beaufort, Newport, Emerald Isle, Cape Carteret, Harkers Island, and any communities down east.
To suggest a category, please use the form below.
List Of County Resources For Vulnerable Populations
Using the categories below and when sending us help resources, please consider writing a few sentences to explain the services any agency, non-profit, or organization offers.
For all services and help needed by people experiencing homelessness, please use our dedicated page.
Drug Addiction To Prescription Medications, Methamphetamine, Heroin, Fentanyl, And Other Street Substances.
Are there any inpatient and outpatient services in the local area? Where are Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting held in the county when considering Morehead City, Beaufort, Atlantic Beach, and Newport? What are some known agencies and organizations who focus strictly on drug addiction to narcotics, prescription pills, and other street drugs?
Alcohol Addiction And Treatment
Are there any inpatient and outpatient programs available in the county which help people with alcohol addiction, or who assist families who’s loved one is experiencing alcohol abuse? Where are local Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) meetings held?
Families And Individuals In Poverty
For this section, we’re looking for information on agencies and organizations helping families in poverty when the family unit is still intact. The repercussions of poverty can impact many different areas, so many of the resources mentioned here soon can be categorized within other categories on this page.
Help For People Who Do Not Have Health Insurance
For this section, we’re looking for agencies and organizations who help individuals and families with healthcare when they do not have health insurance and do not qualify for Medicaid or Medicare. What clinics are active helping these vulnerable people?
Hospice Services For The Dying
For all services and help needed by families and people need hospice, please use our dedicated page.
Bereavement And Grieving
For this section we’re looking for professional and trained agencies and organizations helping people with the grieving process after a loved one dies, or is in the process of dying. This section can also be used for people in the bereavement process because of a deceased pet.
Survivors Of Suicide, Or Those Contemplating Suicide
If you or a loved one are suicidal, please call Carteret County NC 911 now. For this section, are there any professional counseling services which focus directly on overcoming the loss of a friend or family member who committed suicide?
While tied in to suicide, addiction, and poverty, for this section we’re interested in local help for those experiencing persistent and disabling mental health issues, or for those in crisis by mental health issues.
Developmental Disabilities, Learning Disorders, And Autism
For this category, we’re looking for private and public services in Carteret County NC which are helping individuals and families who have someone in their family experiencing developmental disabilities, learning disorders, autism, or intellectual disorders which impact independence and their education
Again, please use the form below to add services, suggest categories, and add other valuable information about Carteret County community resources someone might need information on.
This page will certainly be updated frequently. Last updated on July 28, 2021.