Youth safety is the Department’s primary concern for all activities and programs. 

COACHES:  Please complete your mandatory concussion training by clicking or copy and paste the following link:

Alamance Parks has adopted the CDC’s HEADS UP Concussion Initiative. HEADS UP is a series of educational initiatives developed by the CDC with a common goal: Protect kids and teens by raising awareness and informing action to improve prevention, recognition, and response to concussion and other serious brain injuries.

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the appropriate documents below so you can help us protect and promote youth safety:

Alamance Parks Heat Policy for Youth Athletics 

Youth & Special Populations Protection Policy

Alamance Parks Concussion Management Program

Alamance County HEADS UP Action Plan (PDF version of the image below)

Factsheet for Coaches

Factsheet for Parents

Factsheet for Youth Athletes

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You can refer to the original documents and additional information on the CDC’s website at (this information is also available in Spanish on the CDC’s website/esta información está disponible en español en el sitio web del CDC).

You may already have a Primary Care Physician but if you do not concussion exams can be performed by, but not limited to, the following Healthcare Providers (click on the name of a provider to open their webpage in a new window):

Charles Drew Community Health Center
221 North Graham-Hopedale Road, Burlington, NC 27217

Burlington Community Health Center
1214 Vaughn Road, Burlington, NC 27217

Scott Community Health Center
5270 Union Ridge Road, Burlington, NC 27217

Sylvan Community Health Center
7718 Sylvan Road, Snow Camp, NC 27349

Prospect Hill Community Health Center
322 Main Street, Prospect Hill, NC 27314