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CQI Case Studies: Wise Guys

Wise Guys is an adolescent pregnancy and STD prevention program that teaches young males (age 11-17) self-responsibility with an emphasis on sexual development, decision-making, and relationships.

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CQI Case Studies: WIC

The WIC program provides quality nutrition services for women, infants, and children through nutrition counseling, healthy foods, breastfeeding support, and referrals to healthcare.

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CQI Case Studies: Care Management for High-Risk Pregnant Women

The Care Management for High-Risk Pregnant Women (CMHRP; formerly known as Pregnancy Care Management) provides free care management services in which nurses and social workers work with mothers and prenatal care providers to ensure women receive the best possible care while pregnant and up to sixty days after birth.

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CQI Case Studies: Care Management for At-Risk Children

Care Management for At-Risk Children (CMARC) is a program offered at no cost to families of children birth to 5 years of age who have long-term medical conditions, special healthcare needs, developmental delays, and/or have been exposed to toxic stress.

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CQI Case Studies: Adopt-A-Mom

Adopt-A-Mom (AAM) coordinates prenatal care for pregnant women who are not eligible for Medicaid, do not have private insurance to cover the cost of care, and cannot afford to pay out of pocket for care; and refers clients to community resources for additional support services.

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CQI Case Studies: Bringing Out The Best of UNC-Greensboro

Bringing Out The Best of UNC-Greensboro is an early intervention program that provides family-centered, community-based services targeting children ages birth to five with social and emotional challenges. Its goal is to increase the number of children in Guilford County that are healthy and ready to succeed as they enter school.

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CQI Case Studies: NC Infant Toddler Program of the Children’s Developmental Services Agency

The NC Infant Toddler Program of the Children’s Developmental Services Agency (CDSA) provides supports and services for families and their children, birth to three, who have special needs. The goal of services is to enable families and children to be successful at home and in the community.

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CQI Case Studies: YWCA Teen Parent Mentor Program

The YWCA Teen Parent Mentor Program (TPMP) helps teen mothers succeed in school, postpone subsequent births to beyond adolescence, and deliver and raise healthy, school-ready children.

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