Events such as the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew commonly result in the loss of important documents. North Carolinians can use the following resources to replace lost or damaged documents and records.
SNAP Card (Food Stamps): 1-866-719-0141
EBT Card: 888-622-7328
N.C. Birth and Death Certificates: 919-733-3000
N.C. Marriage Certificate: 919-733-3000
N.C. Driver License: 919-715-7000
Vehicle Titles: 919-715-7000
Bank Checks, ATM/Debit Cards, or Safe Deposit Boxes: 877-275-3342
Credit Cards: Contact the issuing institution:
- American Express: 800-528-4800
- Discover: 800-347-2683 www.discover.com/credit-cards/help-center/
- Master Card: 800-622-8372 www.mastercard.com/cgi-bin/emergserv.cgi
- Visa: 800-847-2911 https://usa.visa.com/support/consumer/lost-stolen-card.html
Credit Reports (Equifax, Experian or TransUnion): 877-322-8228
Social Security Card: 800-772-1213
Medicare Cards: 800-772-1213
Green Card: 800-375-5283
U.S. Savings Bonds: 800-722-2678 or 800-553-2663
Tax Returns: 800-829-1040
Military Records: 866-272-6272
Insurance Documents: Contact your own insurance agent
Real Estate & Property Records (Mortgage Documents, Deeds, etc.): Contact your own real estate agent
Medical and Prescription Records:
Call your own doctor; medical and prescription records are tracked electronically.
Other Family Records:
Individuals, including homeowners, renters, and business owners, in the designated counties who suffered loss or damages due to Hurricane Matthew may register for assistance online atwww.DisasterAssistance.gov, by downloading the FEMA mobile app, or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). For those who use 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS), the number is also 1-800-621-3362. For people using TTY, the number is 1-800-462-7585.
Dial 211 to speak with a trained call specialist about Hurricane Matthew assistance in your area; the service is free, confidential and available in any language. Call 511 for the latest road conditions or check the ReadyNC mobile app, which also has real-time shelter and evacuation information. For updates on Hurricane Matthew impacts and relief efforts, go to ReadyNC.org or follow N.C. Emergency Management on Twitter and Facebook. People or organizations that want to help ensure North Carolina recovers can visit NCdisasterrelief.org or textNCRecovers to 30306.
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North Carolina’s Medicaid reform plan lacks the most important change needed to improve health care for North Carolinians and strengthen the provider community — Medicaid expansion! Medicaid coverage should be extended to all adults ages 18-64 with incomes at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). In North Carolina, expanded Medicaid would cover more than 400,000 people; at least 244,000 of those in the Coverage Gap are uninsured as a result.
In 2014, 43% of all community health center patients in North Carolina were uninsured and more than 70% of patients lived at or below 100% FPL. Community health center staff see firsthand the significant health challenges and barriers to needed services that these uninsured and low-income patients face. In North Carolina, nearly 40,000 women are not receiving recommended preventive screenings, 27,044 diabetics cannot get much needed medications, and 45,500 individuals with depression are not getting the treatment they need. In fact, providers often have to modify treatment plans for uninsured patients because of their inability to afford a specialist visit or pay for needed medications.
With Medicaid expansion, community health centers in North Carolina could better coordinate the full spectrum of care their patients need. Medicaid expansion would also bring new income to the community health centers that would enable them to expand sites and services, hire new staff, and integrate and improve the care they provide.
Don’t let North Carolina’s Medicaid program continue to leave out the most important change for our state’s health. We need North Carolina to expand Medicaid!More
The Board of Directors of MedNorth Health Center is pleased to announce the promotion of Ms. Althea Johnson to the position of Chief Executive Officer of MedNorth Health Center.
Ms. Johnson, a Wilmington native, brings a wealth of experience and service in the health care industry to MedNorth. Prior to her joining MedNorth’s administrative staff as Deputy Director in 2007, and serving as Chief Operating Officer since 2013, Ms. Johnson also served as COO of Plainfield Neighborhood Health Services Corporation in Plainfield, NJ.
As Wilmington’s only federally qualified health center, we’re excited to have Ms. Johnson at the helm of MedNorth Health Center as we expand our health care services in this region.More
MedNorth Health Center is pleased to announce the re-opening of our Prenatal Care Program. MedNorth provides language assistance from our bilingual staff, on-site lab, and day and evening hours. Please call 910-343-0270 to make an appointment. MedNorth accepts Medicaid and most commercial insurances. MedNorth also provides a sliding fee discount program for patients with no insurance.More