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Don't let poor health cloud your future or your happiness! Let 4C help bring some sunshine as you work to a happy and  healthy lifestyle.

Important info regarding NC Medical Assistance Policies under:

"News & Updates"

4C is one of the subcontractors to CCNC that provides Medicaid care management in Cumberland County and surrounding area; historically, 4C was one of 14 Community Care of North Carolina (Carolina Access II/III) networks.  Carolina Collaborative Community Care offers care management and disease management services to improve health outcomes and reduce Medicaid care cost. We serve Carolina Access Medicaid patients and their medical providers located in Cumberland County.


To date 4C has a membership of 80 practices, over 200 providers, and over 65,000 Carolina Access Medicaid enrollees.


The 4C board is comprised of community partners: Cape Fear Valley Health System, Department of Social Services, Cumberland County Health Department, and Alliance Health.


To receive Carolina Collaborative Community Care’s services, clients must be a Carolina Access Medicaid enrollee.


To become a Carolina Access member, please contact a case worker at the Cumberland County Department of Social Services. Enrollees who are dually-eligible, using both Medicare and Medicaid, are also eligible to participate.

Do you or someone you know need help?  View the Community Resources Directory 

provided by Cumberland County Department of Social Services 

or visit www.nc211.org.

4C Happenings
4C Cares About Your Mental Health

Here's a PDF Brochure about the means of combating a crisis here in Cumberland County; Click here.

We Can Help With Overdosing Challenges

This is a reference to additional aid to receive here in Cumberland County; Click here.

Upcoming Events
04/21 to 04/28
World Immunization Week

This is a friendly Reminder to All Citizens of Cumberland County. 

During the week of April 21st to April 28th, in honor of World Immunization Week:

  • Make sure your immunization records are up-to-date.

  • Coordinate with your Care Manager to update your immunizations if need be.

  • Make sure to get your COVID-19 Vaccination (if not already)

  • Set Goals to Reach for Yourself and Others. Don't wait until this week!

  • Consider ways to further improve your immune system and ways to prevent illness.




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