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Ever wondered if you’re eligible to receive food assistance? Learn about eligibility, how to apply, and ask a group of panelists any questions you might have. You can submit questions to eleanor_frederick@ncsu.edu before …

The Alamance County Government buildings located on the North Campus in Burlington are currently experiencing phone outages. These buildings include the Human Services Center, Family Justice Center, Agriculture Extension, and Environmental Health. AT&T is aware of the issue and working to restore service.

Email and websites remain active and available to the …

In an effort to keep the community safe from the COVID-19 outbreak, the Department of Social Services has implemented procedures to promote social distancing.

Economic Services will no longer conduct face-to-face contact with customers but will continue to accept applications for Food and Nutrition (Food Stamps), Medicaid, and Work First benefits. Applications can …

At the April 1, 2019 Board of Commissioners’ Meeting, Deputy Secretary for Human Services, Tara Myers, awarded Susan Osborne, past director of the Alamance County Department of Social Services, the Order of the Long Leaf Pine which is one of North Carolina’s most prestigious awards.

The Order of the Long Leaf Pine is …

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
1/23/19
Alamance County Government
Contact: Michelle Mills
Michelle.Mills@alamance-nc.com

The Alamance County Social Services Board welcomes Adrian Daye as the County’s new Director of Social Services, effective February 1, 2019. Daye has served as the Deputy Director since 2016.

“The Board is thrilled with the selection of Adrian Daye as the new DSS Director for Alamance …

Due to the impending winter storm, the County is currently working to ensure that services remain available to residents.

The County is planning to activate the Emergency Operations Center early Sunday morning staffed with emergency services departments and community partners. The Sheriff’s Department, EMS, and Central Communications (911) are working to up-staff in …

Households in Alamance County containing a person aged 60 or more, or someone receiving disability benefits and services through the NC Division of Aging and Adult Services can apply for help covering the cost of heating their homes starting Monday, Dec. 3. All households can apply from Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019 through …

Local officials charged with operating and staffing Alamance County’s emergency shelter, have decided to close the operation by 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 19.

At 1:00 p.m. today (9/18), the shelter was serving 14 clients. Directors of Alamance County’s Social Services and Public Health, along with their respective staffs, have initiated a closure …

The Alamance County Health Department and Social Services will be closed Friday, September 14, 2018.

For assistance pertaining to Hurricane Florence, please call the Alamance County Call Center Line at 336-290-0362.

Additional Alamance County Government information regarding Hurricane Florence is found at https://www.alamance-nc.com/emergency-information/