Universal MH/DD/SAS "Caring People, Caring for People
What We Can Offer
  • Broad-based knowledge of mental health, development disabilities and substance abuse requirements, self-determined and progressive community supports and services
  • Prompt response to person served and family needs
  • Flexible appointments
  • Acceptable standards of caseloads for staff
  • Highly-trained professional staff including psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed clinical social workers (LCSW), psychologists, licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFT), licensed professional counselors (LPC), qualified professionals (QP), certified substance abuse counselors (CSAC) and licensed clinical additions specialist (LCAS).
  • Highly-trained paraprofessional staff

Our Services
We provide comprehensive and integrated mental health, development disabilities and substance abuse services in North Carolina. The services include:

Assessment & Evaluative Services Diagnostic, Psychological, Neuropsychological, Forensic Competency & Child Custody
Case Consultation Provided to area medical, mental health & legal professionals
Developmental Therapy Developmental Disability Services funded by your local Managed Care Organization (MCO) with state dollars
Early Intervention (MH/SA) For Children 0-3 years of age
Emergency On-Call System to provide safety net for persons served
Medication Administration Administration of certain medications including injections by qualified medical staff
Medication Management On-going management of any type of psychotropic or other medication via consultation with psychiatrist PA/NP on staff
North Carolina Innovations Waiver Services Day Supports, Enhanced Personal Care, Respite (Non-Institutional Community Based), Supported Employment, Community Networking, Residential Support, Community Living and Support, IDD Community Navigator, Community Networking, Supported Living
Outpatient Treatment (MH/SA) Child, adolescent and adult therapies provided in an individual or group setting
Peer Support Services Services provided by Peer Support Specialist who self-identify as having life experience of being diagnosed with a mental illness or substance use disorder and are currently in recovery and stable.
Personal Assistance Services Funded by area Managed Care Organizations (MCO) with state dollars
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Designed to equip adults with necessary life skills
Residential Services Alternative Family Living (AFL) & Group Home Services (call local office for more information)
Substance Abuse Service Adolescent/Adult assessment and treatment of substance abuse issues/DWI Services
Supported Employement Services Service to assist people with disabilities find employment and for businesses to reach a valuable and largely untapped workforce
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Community-Based Assessments, Supported Employment, and Work Adjustment Services