Health & Rehabilitative Services
Community Long Term Care (CLTC) offers programs to help individuals who want to live at home, need assistance with their care, and are financially eligible for Medicaid.
Heroes on Horseback offers three major categories of Equine Assisted Activities. Clients are assigned to one or more of the following programs based on their individual needs, abilities and interests.
Beaufort Memorial Hospital's Keyserling Cancer Center is affiliated with Duke University Medical Center to offer area residents the latest in cancer treatment close to home.
The LifeFit Wellness Center is a full-service, medically supervised fitness and wellness center. It is the only fitness center in the region staffed by medical professionals, and it is designed to meet the needs of all adults - from those with chronic medical conditions to those who simply want to increase their level of fitness.
Lifeline is a personal response service that provides immediate access to help. By simply pressing the Personal Help Button worn around the neck or wrist a Lifeline subscriber is connected to a professional monitor who will access the caller’s need and respond appropriately, whether it’s calling a loved one, neighbor or emergency services.
Lends wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches and other such devices on a daily basis. Donations of unneeded, serviceable items are needed - especially wheelchairs. Call the church office for assistance or information.