Parent Resources

Navigating a wide array of services can be overwhelming—that’s why we’ve created a one-stop-shop to access all the resources you might need—from health and transportation to employment and military family resources.

One Place provides answers when families have a need for their child.

Looking for additional support or resources?

Contact our team at (910) 938-0336 and we’d be happy to help.

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Statewide Care

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NCCARE360 is a comprehensive, powerful resource that helps connect families to important information in the North Carolina community. NCCARE360 provides resources on a number of topics, including the following:

  • Clothing & Household Goods
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Food Assistance
  • Health
  • Housing & Shelter
  • Income Support
  • Legal
  • Mental/Behavioral Health
  • Money Management
  • Physical Health
  • Social Enrichment
  • Spiritual Enrichment
  • Substance Use
  • Transportation

Visit NCCARE360

MILITARY FAMILY

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At One Place, we consider military families one of our highest priorities. Military children often face a distinctive set of challenges, such as frequent moves and family transitions associated with deployments.

Despite these unique situations, there are many ways to help your family build resilience and stability. If you are a military family in Onslow County, One Place is happy to help connect you to the right resources.

We often recommend community services offered by the Marine Corps, including the following:

  • Child & Youth Program
  • Exceptional Family Member Program
  • Family Team Building
  • New Parent Support Program
  • Single Marine Program
  • Community Counseling
  • Prevention & Education
  • Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
  • Substance Abuse
  • Family Member Employment Assistance Program
  • Personal Financial Management
  • And more

 

If you would like assistance in searching for the right resource for your family, please reach out to us.

Marine Corps Community Services

Health & Safety

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Safe Kids Onslow

As coalition members of Safe Kids Onslow, One Place helps families with car seat installation, car-seat checkups, safety workshops, and more to help prevent childhood injuries.

Need a car seat check or help with an installation? Text “Safe Kids” to 910-333-0608

Learn more about Safe Kids Onslow here or for additional safety information and resources visit Safe Kids Worldwide.

Safe Kids Onslow

 

Emergency Preparedness Videos

Our team has compiled a video playlist to help prepare your family in the event of an emergency or disaster. Please visit our YouTube channel for more resources.

Visit our youtube channel

 

NCDHHS: Hope4NC

Sometimes, the stress of life can leave you feeling hopeless and alone and you may not know where to turn. With support and someone to listen, you can find a way through. Hope4NC is here to connect you with the help you need, whenever you need it. Call 1-855-587-3463 24/7 for free and confidential emotional support, counseling referrals, and community resources.
Hope4NC

 

COVID-19

 

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Keeping families safe during COVID-19

One Place is dedicated to supporting Onslow County families during the pandemic. From North Carolina-specific resources to educational materials while your child is learning from home, we’ve gathered an array of information to help you through this time.

 

North Carolina resources for COVID-19

 

Resources for families

We’ve compiled a list of parenting resources to help you through COVID-19. Please note that not all of these links and activities are suitable for all ages — please use your judgment as a parent/caregiver and preview the activities to determine what is best for your child.

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Looking for practical parenting advice? Triple P is a positive parenting program that provides you with a powerful toolbox of ideas and strategies to help you raise happy, confident kids, manage misbehavior, set rules and routines, and feel confident in your skills as a parent. You can work through the materials at your own pace—anytime, anywhere. This program is free for North Carolina residents.

Learn more about Triple P