PORT Health Services is committed to continue providing services for our patients. We will follow the guidance of NC Department of Health and Human Services concerning any changes in service delivery.



NewBern Methadone will not dose on Monday and Tuesday August 3rd and 4th 2020. Patients will receive take home dose on Sunday August 2nd 2020 .

NewBern and Jacksonville Outpatient will be on a 4 HR delay for 8/4/2020

Elizabeth City Outpatient will be on a 2 Hr Delay for  8/4/2020 

Corporate Office,Greenville, Rocky Mount, Kinston, Morehead City, Washington, Whiteveille and Winterville Outpatient will be on a 2Hr delay 8/4/2020

Ahoskie Outpatient will open at 10:30 am 8/4/2020

Wilmington  Outpatient clincs will be closed but scheduled appointments will be provided virtually on 8/4/2020

Greenville MMTP program will dose from 8am-10am  on 8/4/2020

Dare County Outpatient will be closed on 8/4/2020

Some areas are experiencing power outages and may cause hours to change. Thank you and stay safe!!

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Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

About National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. It was started in 2008 by Bebe Moore and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The event seeks to shine a light on the need for better mental health care in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) and LGBTQ+ communities.

Why minorities aren't getting the mental health care they need

The reasons for this disparity in mental more.