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How to Check your Blood Sugar Level - by Mariam Clinic

How to Check your Blood Sugar Level - by Mariam Clinic

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How to Use an Insulin Pen - by Mariam Clinic

How to Use an Insulin Pen - by Mariam Clinic

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How to use an Insulin Syringe - by Mariam Clinic

How to use an Insulin Syringe - by Mariam Clinic

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Below please find resources that we have found to be beneficial to our patients. Should you have any resources that you have benefited from please contact us and we will update our list.


NeedyMeds is a national non-profit organization that maintains a website of free information on programs that help people who can't afford medications and healthcare costs.

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Providing free medication to eligible patients.

Clink the link to see if your medication is available, then enroll in the program

Rx Outreach is a non-profit pharmacy making medications affordable for you and your family

Food Pantry Resources

To access their website please click on their logos


Islamic Association of Raleigh (IAR)

3032 Ligon St,

Raleigh, NC 27607


Islamic Center of Morrisville (ICM)

107 Quail Fields Court

Morrisville NC 27560

Fuquay-Varina Emergency FoodPantry

216 West Academy Street,

Fuquay-Varina, 27526: 

Urban Ministries

1390 Capital Boulevard,

Raleigh, 27603:  


Hope Church Food Pantry

821 Buck Jones Road,

Raleigh, 27606: 


Catholic Parish Outreach

2013 Raleigh Boulevard,

Raleigh, 27604: 


North Raleigh Ministries 

9650 Strickland Road,

Raleigh, 27615: 


Dorcas Ministries 

187 High House Road,

Cary, 27511: 


Western Wake Crisis Ministries

1600 Olive Chapel Road,

Apex, 27502:  


Holly Springs Food Cupboard 

621 West Holly Springs Road,

Holly Springs, 27540: 


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Local Start Dental is open to all Adults 18 and older, regardless of financial status. Medicaid and VA Benefits are welcomed. No other insurance is accepted but insured patients may file claims themselves. For "self pay" patients, the patient portion is due at the time of service, prior to starting treatment


There are 4 organizations that offer free/reduced eye exams and prescription glasses Logo.JPG

Regular eye care is a necessity of life, however, many people cannot afford to pay for things like eye exams, corrective eyewear, and eye surgery.   If you cannot pay for the eye care you need, there are many programs that may be able to help. These programs may cover eye exams, eyeglasses, and contacts, eye surgery, or other eye care needs. You can learn more about  "How to pay for eye procedures you cannot afford"  by clicking the link below


Clink on this link to print out an application for an eye exam and glasses. For more information visit their website

Other Useful Resources

Visit the website for eligibility requirements for a free cell phone with up to 500 free minutes per month

Please click here and print out the instructions on how to obtain a NC photo ID

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