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Contact Us

Fax: 919-388-9990
Email: info@positivechildhoodalliancenc.org

Mailing address

3000 Aerial Center Pkwy, Suite 180
Morrisville, NC 27560
Main phone number: 919-829-8009

Directions from Durham and West

  • Follow 1-40 East toward Raleigh
  • Take Exit 284A for Airport Blvd W
  • Turn right onto Airport Blvd
  • Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Aerial Center Pkwy
  • Turn right at Hospitality Ct
  • Turn left
  • Turn right
  • Turn left
  • Our office is located on the left at 3000 Aerial Center Parkway, Suite 180 to the left of “The Hangar”

Directions from Garner and East

  • Take 1-40 West toward Raleigh
  • Take Exit 284 for Airport Blvd
  • Turn left onto Airport Bvd
  • Turn left onto Aerial Center Pkwy
  • Turn right at Hospitality Ct
  • Turn left
  • Turn right
  • Turn left
  • Our office is located on the left at 3000 Aerial Center Parkway, Suite 180 to the left of “The Hangar”

 

Do you suspect a child is being maltreated? Want to know how to make a referral?

All children need safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy environments for successful growth and development. As adults, we are responsible for ensuring all children have these types of environments in all areas of their lives. North Carolina law requires all adults who suspect child maltreatment to make a referral to their local Department of Social Services. You don’t need proof that maltreatment has occurred; you only need reasonable cause to suspect maltreatment. You don’t need anyone’s permission to refer a family or caregiver, either. Referrals can be anonymous.

Positive Childhood Alliance North Carolina works with communities to increase awareness and implementation of programs proven to strengthen families and prevent abuse before it occurs. We do not provide services directly to families or handle individual cases of maltreatment. If you suspect a child is being maltreated, please contact the Department of Social Services in your county. Contact information for your local DSS agency can be found in the North Carolina Division of Social Services Local County Directory.

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