Welcome To Heartworks

HeartWorks is a 501©(3) nonprofit community service agency in Bayboro, North Carolina. Our mission is to address the underserved mental and physical health needs of youth and their families in Pamlico County and surrounding areas. Education is the cornerstone of our efforts. Nurturing is our method. Like us on Facebook!

Harborfest 2020, plans are underway! Save the dates: September 25-27, 2020 for a weekend of fun, frolic and goodwill. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

GREAT NEWS!!! Construction is nearing completion on our new classroom complex. See the rendering just above. Plans are to start our 21st Century Community Learning Center Summer Program in this new facility, located just behind our existing building. With six new sizable, large, quite, calm, comfortable classrooms, what a summer it will be!

HeartWorks programming includes academic lessons, life skills development, the promotion of positive physical and mental health, and family advocacy. By providing children and their families with affordable and effective resources in these areas we at HeartWorks can achieve our overall goal of promoting a community that serves as the shelter of each other.

HeartWorks StillWaters counseling program provides individual and group help for children, students, and adults in and around Pamlico County. Confidentially offered at each public school, Arapahoe Charter School, and at HeartWorks StillWaters facility in Bayboro, this in-school and in-program counseling opportunity helps parents overcome the significant barrier of transporting a child to appointments and ensures that the students most in need of these services receive them.

HeartWorks’ largest programs, our 21st Century Community Learning Center Afterschool and Summer Learning Programs, have grown in scope and volume so that we are now serving over 200 students each year.

Through HeartWorks family advocacy initiatives, we strive diligently to promote positive parenting skills, reduce violence and anger in family members, and involve parents/guardians in the daily activities of their children.

It is from the efforts and outreach of all of our programs that we hope to explore the dynamics of our most troubled families and provide the guidance and resources needed to stop the cycles of poverty, abuse, and violence. Thanks to consistent contact with parents and guardians and an increased number of family activities, we are seeing some positive results.