Jason's Journey

Jason’s Journey

We are all going through our own journey right now during this coronavirus pandemic, and each individual journey will have an impact on that person's life. The following is a look at one man's journey into one of the biggest hot spots of this pandemic.
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older adults

Older Adults and Coronavirus Risks

Coronavirus (COVID-19) can infect anyone, but it's older adults ages 60 and older that are at higher risk of a more serious illness due to the virus. More is being learned every day about this new disease and we want to keep our aging population updated as much as possible.
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Coronavirus Act

CFMC Receives Funds From Coronavirus Act

Caswell Family Medical Center is one of 39 health centers in North Carolina to receive a portion of $2,850,705 from the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020, which is part of the total $8.3 billion granted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
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Pregnancy COVID-19

Coronavirus and Pregnancy

Pregnancy during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a subject moms-to-be have been thinking about quite a bit. "What are my risks, what are the risks for my newborn" and other questions are top-of-mind right now.
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Disinfecting

Disinfecting vs Sanitizing

Disinfecting and sanitizing can be considered the same thing to some people, especially when knowing what to do during a time when a pandemic like the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is present.
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capacity building

Capacity Building Grant for Strategic Planning

CFMC Receives Capacity Building Grant from Danville Regional Foundation to Support Strategic Planning


CFMC has received a capacity building grant in the amount of $18,750 from the Danville Regional Foundation to cover the costs associated with developing a new strategic plan that will be used to guide the organization’s growth and development over the next three to five years.
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mental health

Mental Health Services in Caswell County

Partnership Working to Improve Access to Mental Health Services in Caswell County, North Carolina


It is well documented and understood that access to mental health services is a challenge for most communities across the United States.
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Heart Disease and Heart Attack Myths

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. and one person dies every 37 seconds in the U.S. from cardiovascular disease.1
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