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In 2012, the North Carolina General Assembly passed S.L. 2012-126 (PDF), which provided counties with new options regarding organization and governance of their human services functions. A more comprehensive explanation of these options for North Carolina human services agencies, including information about the categories of information reflected in the maps below, is available in this document: North Carolina Human Services Agencies: Options For Organization and Governance (PDF).

NOTE: The School of Government depends on counties to self-report changes regarding their human services agencies and boards. The data in these maps is based on reports by counties to the School of Government and information that is publicly available on county websites. If you see information in these maps that needs to be updated for your county, please contact Kristi Nickodem.

MAP 1 – Use the drop down menu below to explore different aspects of human services agency organization and governance across all North Carolina counties.


MAP 2 – Hover over a county to see county-specific human services organization and governance information.

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