American Counseling Association: American Counseling Association
Children’s Advocacy and Protection Center: A program that is dedicated to preventing and providing advocacy to children who have or are experiencing child abuse and/or neglect.
Council on Adolescents: A program dedicated to inspiring today’s youth to be physically and emotionally healthy through education, awareness, and advocacy.
Family Support Network/HOPE: Provides support, information, and training to assist families in promoting education, development, and quality of life for their children of all ages and with all types of special needs; and partners with parents and professionals on community, state, and national levels to expand opportunities and generate resources in order to advance positive participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of society.
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): WIC is a federal supplemental nutrition program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for infants and children up to age five and pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women.
Care Coordination for Children (C4CC): A free and voluntary program that serves children birth to five in Catawba County. CC4C care managers help with locating a medical home for your child, transportation, and childcare. They can also provide you with information about a wide variety of family-oriented resources.
Aids Leadership Foothills Area-Alliance (ALFA): Assists people who are HIV positive and their families with support groups, emergency financial assistance, case management, transportation, and community education.
The Children’s Resource Center: Assists parents in searching for and finding quality childcare in the area by providing referrals to local child care agencies and community service agencies.
OUTright Youth: The ONLY PLACE in the Catawba Valley that provides a unique, youth-centered, safe environment for LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Questioning) youth ages 12-23, and their allies, to come together, receive unconditional support, and make friends who understand who they are as they struggle with sexual orientation, gender identity and other issues.
Catawba County Daycare Assistance: Assists families in need of childcare assistance by providing daycare vouchers to lessen the cost of daycare.
The Family Guidance Center: Provides counseling to adults, families, and children of all ages, credit counseling, and support to victims of domestic violence. Counseling fees are based off of a sliding pay scale.
Walkin’ Roll Activities League: Supports and nurtures individuals with developmental disabilities by providing team building opportunities through T-Ball, bowling, swimming, dancing and other group activities.
Patrick Beaver Learning Resource Center: The resource center is focused on increasing the understanding of “learning differences” so that the challenges for children with unique learning difficulties in Catawba County are minimized and their families are supported.
Centro Latino (Catawba County Hispanic Ministry: Provides a Christian response to critical needs of Latinos in Catawba Valley and seeks to bridge the cultural gap between Spanish and non-Spanish speaking members of our community through education, advocacy, and outreach programs.
Imagination Library: A program that sends one free age-appropriate children’s book in the mail to each enrolled child every month until the child turns 5 years of age.
Early Childhood Support Team: A team of professionals that provide a range of human and health services to children birth to five years old and their families. This service includes consultations and interventions with child care providers, children, and their families to ensure that children's emotional, social, physical, and cognitive needs are being met. The Team's vision is that children are healthy and ready to learn when they begin kindergarten.
North Carolina Pre-K Program: The purpose is to provide quality educational experiences in order to enhance kindergarten readiness for four-year-olds who are considered to be at-risk for school failure.
Sipe’s Orchard Home (Houston Transitional Living Center): The center offers a residential, co-ed program for youth ages 17-21 who do not have the financial, academic, emotional, or behavioral skills necessary for independent living. This program is designed to provide residents with the tools and practice needed to gain successful independence.
The Breakfast Club Org: A social and advocacy organization dedicated to all families who care for a loved one with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD). The Breakfast Club meets monthly in Lenoir to support family members and caregivers.
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers): A Christian support organization for mothers of children from birth to 5. The group provides encouragement, support, teaching, and friendships.
The Women’s Resource Center: The center provides resources and support for women who are re-entering the workforce, counseling, and many other helpful services for women going through life changes.
Family NET of Catawba County: Provides mental health and substance abuse services to children and adolescents. Family NET offers an array of nationally accredited services and has expertise in meeting the specific needs of children and adolescents. Services are provided in an office setting, schools, home, and community.
Kid Connection: Kid Connection serves elementary students in Newton-Conover, Hickory City, and Catawba County Schools. It offers an affordable, safe, convenient and accessible program with excellent care and supervision for children in grades K-6.
Safe Harbor Rescue Mission: Provides a Christ-centered community where women can work to rebuild their lives through immediate and long-term programs. Services also include day shelters and day programs for women.
Pregnancy Care Center of Catawba Valley: A 501(c)(3) agency providing free and confidential services to women and men experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. The trained client advocates and staff provide parenting, adoption, and abortion education.
Reclaiming Futures of Catawba County: The goal of Catawba County Reclaiming Futures is to develop a continuum of care for youth who are impacted by substance use/abuse and involved in the Juvenile Justice system. This comprehensive approach increases opportunities for youth with substance use issues to be identified early for treatment, engaged quickly in treatment, and linked appropriately to pro social activities after treatment.
Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministries (GHCCM): Assists Catawba County’s unemployed, underemployed and indigent residents by providing crisis relief, support, and education, as well as health care and food.
Eastern Catawba Cooperative Christian Ministries (ECCCM): Provides emergency financial assistance for mortgage and rent payments, assistance with utility bills, fuel oil and kerosene purchases, and life-necessary pharmaceuticals. In addition, ECCCM provides emergency food and clothing to those in need.
Meals on Wheels of Catawba County: Provides seniors the choice to remain in their home by providing home delivered nutritious meals. For seniors who can still venture out into the community, we serve in gathering places, such as senior centers, churches, and community facilities.
Habitat for Humanity of Catawba Valley: A non-profit, Christian-based community organization dedicated to building, renovating, and repairing safe, decent, and affordable housing for hard-working, low-income families in our community.
The Augustine Project:for children with dyslexia.
Solutions is constantly reviewing the guidance for the COVID-19 and the impact it has on our community and healthcare in general. Our practice is operating on a normal schedule and we are screening each staff member and client before they enter our offices. We are taking all precautions according to the CDC, state and local guidance. Additionally, all clinicians are currently offering teletherapy as a treatment option. New clients will be given additional information regarding our safety protocols. If you have any questions please call the office, we would be happy to assist you.