Service Areas

In cooperation with our local governments and regional partners, the Mid-Carolina Regional Council provides various services to the municipalities and counties of Cumberland, Harnett, and Sampson. 

​Area Agency on Aging

The Mid-Carolina Area Agency on Aging (AAA) works with numerous partners to promote independence, preserve dignity, and advocate for the rights of older and disabled adults and their families. 

​​Local Government Services

Mid-Carolina provides a variety of services for local govements in the region including planning, zoning administration, subdivision review, project management, and general technical assistance. Please contact Samantha Wullenwaber, Local Government Services Director, at or contact Justin Hembree, Executive Director,, for more information about our services for local governments.

Vaccine Outreach Collaborative

Mid-Carolina is partnering with USAging's Aging & Disability Vaccination Collaborative to aid in securing COVID-19 and/or influenza vaccinations for older adults and people with disabilities.

​Workforce Development

The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides funds that support the programs and activities of North Carolina’s Workforce Development Boards (WDB). North Carolina’s WDBs are partnered with the North Carolina Division of Workforce Solutions (a division of the Department of Commerce) which is designated by the Governor to be the state administrative entity that receives funds under the federal WIOA. The program offers opportunities for adults, veterans, and youth. Through the work at the local WDB level, we help employers find the qualified talent they need to ensure their business prospers.

​As one of twenty-three Workforce Development Boards located throughout North Carolina, the Mid-Carolina Workforce Development Board helps individuals and businesses within our region gain access to the programs and services that connect talent to jobs. Our offerings are multi-faceted and we collaborate with a multitude of businesses, educational and training institutions, community agencies, as well as regional and state government representatives.

​The Mid-Carolina Workforce Development Board is made up of a group of business and community leaders appointed by the County Board of Commissioners.