2605 Blue Ridge Road, Suite 100 Raleigh, NC 27607(919) 881-9009

Other Community Resources

Postpartum Depression Support:

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

Developmental Concerns:

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: 

Phone: (919) 431-7700
Email: [email protected]

Project Enlightenment:
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:  

(919) 856-7774

For community resources for children and adolescents with autistic spectrum disorder, contact: 

University of North Carolina TEACCH Autism Program

North Carolina Autism Society

If you are concerned that your child may have symptoms of autistic spectrum disorder, please talk to your child’s doctor and visit: 


You can also download a free screening tool for autism in toddlers at:     


For information and support for children and adolescents with ADHD, contact:     


If you are concerned that your child may have symptoms of ADHD, please discuss your concerns with your child’s doctor. If needed, please consider completing these rating scales: 

Vanderbilt Parent Diagnostic Rating Scale:

Vanderbilt Teacher Diagnostic Rating Scale:

Weight Problems: 
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
(919) 250-7000

Wake County Crisis and Assessment
107 Sunnybrook Road, Raleigh, NC 27610
(919) 250-1579