Care Coordination for Children (CC4C) is a birth to five year old program for families of children in need of care management services. This program serves children with complex medical needs, including NICU graduates. CC4C also assists families who have experienced abuse, neglect, substance abuse, mental illness, poverty, or family stress. This program links families with appropriate supports and resources in the community. Contact 919-745-2350 for more information.

Novant Health Rehabilitation Center also offers therapy services for NICU graduates. Your child can be evaluated by a physical, occupational, or speech therapist. Pediatric audiology services are also available. Contact 704-316-1900 for more information or contact your pediatrician for a referral.

Children’s Developmental Services Agency (CDSA) of North Carolina provides early intervention services for children birth to three years old who have special needs. Services include care coordination, therapies, and adaptive equipment for infants and toddlers to support their development. Call the central office 919-707-5520 or visit the website for more information. Parents or medical providers can request an evaluation.

Novant Health Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics offers medical evaluations for NICU graduates with developmental delays. Contact your pediatrician to request a referral, call the clinic at 704-316-1155, or visit the website for more information.

Pierce’s Project mission is to offer love and support to other families facing situations similar to ours. Pierce’s Project is a non-profit fund, managed by Novant Healthcare Foundation which serves families of micropreemies and chronically ill infants at all stages of their journey- before, during and after NICU stays.