Please explore the following links for helpful community resources to help you meet your child’s specific healthcare needs:
Wake Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry:
Dr. Kindrachuk & Gilchrist:
Capital City Pediatric Dentistry:
Midtown Pediatric Dentistry:
Dr. Moray, Davis & Associates:
You can schedule a lactation consultation with our certified lactation consultant, Sue Glaesner, at Carolina Kids by contacting our office. You may also contact the following lactation consultants in our community:
Chatham Lactation Services
Always contact your obstetrician if you feel you may be suffering from postpartum depression.
For a short questionnaire to help you decide if you may be suffering from postpartum depression, go to:
For local postpartum depression support groups, please call (919) 454-6946.
Children’s Developmental Services Agency:
For children age 0-3 with special developmental needs (including speech, occupational, or physical therapy), visit this site and scroll down to find your local CDSA Office. CDSA is a service of the public school system, and will provide you with a free, comprehensive developmental evaluation and access to early intervention services.
Wake County CDSA: (919) 662-4600 Ext. 239
Wake County Preschool Services:
For children age 3-5 with special developmental needs who live in Wake County, contact Wake County Preschool Services for a free, comprehensive evaluation for special educational needs (http://www.wcpss.net/Page/4310):
Phone: (919) 431-7700
Email: [email protected]
For guidance regarding toddler and preschool behavioral concerns, contact Wake County Project Enlightenment. Services include daycare and preschool behavioral consultation, developmental screening, parent behavioral workshops, and individual parent behavioral counseling:
For community resources for children and adolescents with autistic spectrum disorder, contact:
University of North Carolina TEACCH Autism Program
North Carolina Autism Society
For information and support for children and adolescents with ADHD, contact:
For concerns about your child’s weight and fitness, contact:
WakeMed Energize Program:
Eat Smart, Move More NC:
Mental Health Crisis:
The following community resources are available for urgent mental health crises for children and adolescents. For non-urgent mental health concerns, please contact our office for specific advice, guidance, and referrals.
Holly Hill Response Line
Wake County Crisis and Assessment
107 Sunnybrook Road, Raleigh, NC 27610