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Community Partners for Health

Community Partners

Alamance Regional supports and partners with several nonprofit community organizations to improve community health and provide access to quality health care for those with limited financial resources. Our community partners include:

Alamance Cares

Alamance Cares is a nonprofit agency focused on stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases through awareness, education, and testing in Alamance and surrounding North Carolina counties. There are no eligibility requirements for Alamance Cares programs.

Services include:

  • Free syphilis, hepatitis C and HIV testing on the first Monday of each month from 1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. at our Burlington office. HIV results are available in 20 minutes, results for hepatitis C and syphilis in seven days.
  • Walk-in, needle-free HIV testing every Tuesday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis testing by appointment.

Contact Alamance Cares:

3025 S. Church St., Burlington NC 27215
(336) 538-8111

Alamance Cares website

Alamance ElderCare

Alamance Eldercare is a nonprofit agency with a staff of professional social workers to help seniors (60 or older) and caregivers identify and find the help they need. Services include:

  • Needs assessment
  • Resources referral
  • Case management
  • Ongoing support for seniors and caregivers

Contact Alamance ElderCare:

3019 S. Church St., Burlington NC 27215
(336) 538-8080

Alamance ElderCare website

Charles Drew Clinic

The Charles Drew Community Health Center is a part of Piedmont Health Services. Health care services are provided on a sliding fee scale and Medicaid, Health Choice, Medicare and most private insurance is accepted.

Contact Charles Drew Clinic:

221 N. Graham-Hopedale Road
Burlington NC 27217
(336) 570-3739

Charles Drew Clinic website

Healthy Alamance

Healthy Alamance seeks to improve access to and increase awareness of preventive health services, as well as eliminate health disparities among the disadvantaged.

Four coalitions are working to promote health habits, prevent or manage disease, and improve the availability of information and resources so that people know how to get the help they need. These coalitions and task forces include:

  • Smoke-Free Restaurants
  • Child Asthma Coalition
  • Substance Abuse Task Force
  • Chronic Disease Coalition

Healthy Alamance website

Medication Management Clinic

The Alamance Medication Assistance Program (Medication Management Clinic) is a program of Alamance Regional that provides medication access, medication education and medication management to people who have limited financial resources and no prescription insurance coverage.

The organization’s goal is to ensure patients use the simplest, most cost-effective and most appropriate medication regimen. As a result of the program, hospitalization and Emergency Department use has decreased for Medication Management Clinic patients. Since 2001, Medication Management Clinic has served more than 1,500 patients and provided millions of dollars worth of free and reduced cost medications for them. 

Contact Medication Management Clinic:

1624 Memorial Drive, Burlington NC 27215
(336) 538-8440

Learn more about Medication Management Clinic services.

Open Door Clinic

The Open Door Clinic serves residents of Alamance County between the ages 18 and 64 who do not have any form of health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid or Veterans Administration benefits.

Healthcare services are free of charge to uninsured patients that fall within the federal poverty index. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (336) 570-9800.

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