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Advance Community Health is a Wake County Summer Food Program Site

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Advance Community Health is proud to be a location where teenagers and children in southeast Raleigh can come to receive a nutritious, no-cost meal during the summer.

Wake County partners with local non-profit organizations throughout the summer to host the Summer Food Program. Advance Community Health is one of those organizations hosting an open site for the program again this year.

Meals will be served in our Pediatrics department on the second floor, Monday through Thursday, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., June 17th– August 8th. Ages 18 and under are eligible. There is no registration or sign-in required.

We are also providing meals to adults who bring their children for the program. Those meals are limited and will be served in our Senior Health Center on the first floor during the same hours.

Learn more about Wake County’s Summer Food Program here.

PLEASE NOTE: Advance Community Health is not open on Thursday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.

About Advance Community Health

Advance Community Health is a private, non-profit Community Health Center serving 25,000 medically underserved patients in Wake and Franklin counties. Advance Community Health provides comprehensive primary healthcare, pediatric care, dental care, senior care, nutritional education, behavioral health and features a discount pharmacy. As a Federally-Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Advance Community Health is committed to caring for special populations and is focused on improving health outcomes for their patients as well as building healthy communities. The agency provides pediatric and dental care for nearly 6,000 children.

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