- Children & Youth
- Health & Medicine
- Immigrants & Refugees
Location601 East 5th StreetSuite 140Charlotte, NC 28202 United States
Care Ring: empowering individuals with limited resources to establish and maintain good health. As a nonprofit organization, Care Ring is flexible and responsive to the community's changing healthcare needs. The agency seeks to empower patients and the community to act as advocates for affordable, quality healthcare for all.
Care Ring offers the following comprehensive program and services:
Physicans Reach Out program: In partnership with the Mecklenburg County Medical Society and the Charlotte Dental Society, 1600 volunteer physicians, dentists and allied health providers provide free or low-cost healthcare for low-income indivduals who do not qualify for Medicaid and do not have access to private health insurance.
The Care Ring Low-Cost Clinic in uptown Charlotte is a solution for the uninsured who can afford modest office visit fees. Low-cost lab work is conducted on site. The clinic is open Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm for non-emergency appointments.
Nurse-Family Partnership is a national model, evidenced-based nurse home-visiting program that improves the health and well-being of first-time, low-income mothers and their children.