Alexander Youth Network provides quality professional treatment to children with serious emotional and behavioral problems. We offer a complete service array with nine treatment models that address a child’s individual needs. We focus on cultivating valuable relationships and trust. From assessment and Outpatient Therapy to acute services like Psychiatric Residential Treatment, our continuum of care enables a stable progression from one level of treatment to another. Since children and their families can find all the services they need within our network – rather than having to seek out multiple providers – relationships and trust established at Alexander remain intact. Learn more at www.alexanderyouthnetwork.org .Visit
The Autism Society of North Carolina improves the lives of individuals with autism, supports their families, and educates communities. Our programs are tailored to the unique needs of individuals with autism, enabling them to have healthy, safe, and fulfilling lives in their own communities. Our expertise helps individuals – many of whom have significant lifelong needs – be as independent as possible and achieve their goals and dreams. We connect families with resources and services and resolve issues. We advocate for the needs of the autism community with state policy-makers and educate the public.Visit
Children’s Hope Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a long history of child advocacy and welfare dating back to 1891. Barium Springs and Grandfather Home for Children came together to form Children’s Hope Alliance in 2014. That year, the newly-formed agency helped 3,600+ children in almost 70 counties through more than 20 specialized programs. Children’s Hope Alliance is one of the largest providers of family and therapeutic foster care in North Carolina. The agency also offers an innovative program called Treatment Alternatives for Sexualized Kids (TASK), which helps heal victims of sexual trauma. www.childrenshopealliance.orgVisit
The Community Based Care family of providers supports people with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) and their families to achieve their fullest potential by matching them with the most talented, well-trained, compassionate caregivers anywhere. We currently serve over 1,500 individuals and have over 3,000 employees across North Carolina and Florida. We are continuing to aggressively grow organically and through acquisition. For information on partnering with CBC, please contact our Executive VP, Gene Rodgers at email@example.com.Visit
Community Choices, Inc. is a non-profit human services organization serving children, adolescents, and adults. Our mission is to provide responsive, person-centered services aimed at improving the quality of life for individuals and families. We currently provide services to over 500 consumers across North Carolina. Contact: Misty Fulk, M.Ed, Director of NC Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org, (704) 336-4844. www.comalt.org
Developmental Disabilities Resources, Inc. – In December of 1999, Developmental Disabilities Resources, Inc. began providing residential services (AFL) to sixteen people. Since then, DDR has grown to provide an array of long and short-term solutions to hundreds of individuals in and around the Charlotte area. We realize that our success is largely based on a desire to assure that everyone receiving services as well as their families and direct support professionals feel like part of the DDR family. Our terrific team of direct support professionals, qualified professionals, registered nurses and others with many years of experience in the field work tirelessly to assure that we provide the highest quality services to the individuals and families we serve. http://www.ddrinc.orgVisit
Frye Regional Medical Center – Frye Regional Medical Center’s South Campus is an 81-bed behavioral health hospital providing crisis stabilization for adults who suffer from emotional, behavioral and addictive difficulties. Located in the historic district of Hickory, North Carolina, South Campus offers a peaceful setting in which to deliver quality mental health care. South Campus, although physically separate from our medical/surgical facility, has at its disposal all of the resources provided by Frye Regional Medical Center. This asset enables us to feel secure in our ability to handle medical emergencies that may arise with our psychiatric patients. The treatment provided by South Campus is based on serving the individual needs of each patient. The programs at South Campus include adult services including acute adult care and a specific unit for mentally ill/developmentally disabled adults. Medical detox/dual diagnosis and involuntary commitment are also a part of our adult services. South Campus is JCAHO accredited and is approved by both Medicaid and Medicare. Contact: Michele W. Hamby AVP Psychiatric Services, Michele.Hamby@tenethealth.com, (828) 328-2226, www.fryemedctr.comVisit
GHA Autism Supports – Since 1978, GHA Autism Supports has served individuals from across North Carolina with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Parents seeking supports secured funding for the opening of a children’s residence in the late seventies. GHA Autism Supports has grown from an organization serving five children to one that currently supports over 90 individuals in over 25 programs providing residential, vocational and community services. We are recognized as a model community for individuals with ASD and are recognized as a Gold Star Provider by Cardinal Innovations. Additionally, GHA Autism Supports is nationally accredited by CARF. GHA is affiliated with Division TEACCH at UNC-CH and the Autism Society of North Carolina. www.ghaautismsupports.org 704-982-9600
Founded in 2004, GT Independence is a Fiscal Intermediary / Employer Agent headquartered in Sturgis Michigan. The company provides specialized financial management services that support those with disabilities and long-term-care needs. GT Independence works in both the public and private sector and currently serves over 10,000 individuals in 6 states. Since 2004 the company has focused on taking a person centered approach for financial management services and providing an exceptional customer experience for people who self-direct their care.Visit
Holly Hill Hospital – For over 35 years, Holly Hill Hospital has equipped patients with the skills needed to return to their communities as healthier individuals. Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, Holly Hill provides acute, inpatient, psychiatric and addictive disease treatment to children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics. They also offer an outpatient partial hospitalization program for adults. Contact: Ashley Orlovich, Director of Business Development, email@example.com, (919) 250-7000, www.HollyHillHospital.comVisit
Monarch – Established in 1958, Monarch provides innovative supports statewide to thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance use disorders. Through telepsychiatry, same day outpatient services, crisis services, including mobile crisis – and North Carolina’s first of its kind SECU Youth Crisis Center for ages 6-17 – we offer quality treatment when people need it most. Monarch’s day programs, residential, educational, employment and community services provide person-centered options to help people learn, grow, work and heal. Monarch is nationally accredited by The Joint Commission and has earned Person-Centered Excellence Accreditation with Distinction by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL) – and is among a small and elite group worldwide to receive this designation. Monarch operates The Arc of Stanly County, which is a chapter of The Arc of North Carolina and The Arc of the United States. To learn more about our quality support, to schedule an appointment or make a referral, please call (866) 272-7826 or visit www.MonarchNC.org to find a Monarch location near you.Visit
RHA Health Services, Inc. is one of North Carolina’s leading non-profit providers of services and supports for people with all types of disabilities. Across the state, we offer a wide range of community and office based treatments and high-quality services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, behavioral health challenges, and addictive diseases. With many of our sites providing walk-in, open access services, our core focus is on the well-being of the people we support, our employees, and the communities in which they live. At RHA, we provide a holistic, person-centered approach to care guided by a system of values that puts our consumers’ needs at the center of every decision. www.rhahealthservices.orgVisit
The Mission of Seaside Healthcare is to improve the lives of our patients and their communities. We provide whole person, integrative care through outcome-based, cost-effective mental health services delivered with dignity and respect.
Seaside Healthcare serves patients in Louisiana, Georgia, Texas and across the state of North Carolina. We offer a broad range of home and community-based services through our North Carolina affiliated companies:
Pride in North Carolina Mental Health Services (www.pridenc.com), Youth Haven Services (www.youthhavenservices.com), and Turning Point Family Services (www.turningpointfamilyservices.org).
For further information, see our website www.seasidehc.com or call us: (318) 797-3817.Visit
The Echo Group – with 8 customers in North Carolina, The Echo Group is the leading EHR provider in the state providing industry-leading EHR, billing software, managed care and Revenue Cycle Management solutions. The Echo Group has the regional experience and expertise to ensure our North Carolina customers are clinically effective and financially strong. Whether you choose a cloud-based implementation or take a self-hosted approach, Echo brings you the most intuitive and flexible products available for North Carolina behavioral health organizations. Want to learn more? You can reach us at 800-635-8209 or firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Michael Adams at email@example.com.Visit
Therap Services, LLC is the nation’s leading web-based software solution that provides an integrated, HIPAA secure, HIE Compatible, ONC-HIT Certified system for the documentation, reporting, billing, and communication needs of agencies providing support to people with disabilities, especially intellectual and developmental disabilities. It offers an easy and efficient alternative to the immense amount of paper work that is done manually by support providers. Therap’s suite of applications includes Individual Service Plans, Personal Outcomes Tracking, Incident Reporting, Health Tracking, Medication Administration Records, Billing and much more. Come visit our Exhibit booth #3 this year in Pinehurst to see why around 2,000 providers nationally and 40 providers in North Carolina use Therap Services as their EHR solution. www.TherapServices.net
Universal MH/DD/SAS – is a statewide comprehensive community based provider of behavioral health, developmental disability and substance abuse services. Universal maintains CARF accreditation. Universal MH/DD/SAS and the ownership group dates back to 1986 as a pioneer in the private sector delivery of community based rehabilitation and habilitative services. Since 2004, services have been delivered under the Universal name. Universal has exceptionally strong fiscal, organizational and clinical leadership. Universal strives to deliver the highest standard of person centered services while being outcome focused and following best practice national models. Please check our website (www.umhs.net) for all locations and contact information. www.umhs.netVisit
Virtual OfficeWare provides behavioral health specialists with the Centricity™ Practice Solution, a fully integrated EMR and Practice Management System supporting their unique needs and demands. Centricity offers personalized customization, seamless interoperability, and is remarkably streamlined for improved workflow efficiency and patient care delivery. Tailor-made workflows enable more efficient execution of patient-specific care plans, while key features such as electronic prescribing of controlled substances and PDMP-integration, helps keep your clients safer and ultimately, healthier. Centricity is ONE solution fitting ALL your essential needs.Visit
Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services is a hospital that specializes in the behavioral health patient population. Through inpatient care in a crisis or outpatient care for life management, Old Vineyard provides different levels of care to fit individual needs. Located in a peaceful, campus-like setting in Winston-Salem, the facility is accredited by The Joint Commission. Our inpatient 164-bed hospital has services for adolescents (12-17) and adults, with specialty adult programs for Seniors, Trauma Recovery, Mood Disorders, and Dual Diagnosis with Substance Use. Our outpatient programs include Partial Hospitalization Programs for Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis (day programs), and an Intensive Outpatient Program (morning). We are committed to a patient experience which involves a variety of therapeutic techniques including behavioral therapy (CBT and DBT), recreation therapy, pet-assisted therapy, and yoga.
Our Partial Hospitalization Programs are adult day programs that typically last two weeks. Individuals in PHP meet daily to focus on coping skills relating to interpersonal effectiveness, stress tolerance, emotion regulation, and mindfulness. This program also involves a psychiatrist for medication management. In addition, Old Vineyard has an Intensive Outpatient Program with a licensed therapist that meets three mornings each week.
Old Vineyard accepts most major insurance plans including BCBS and Medicare, and is in-network for Tricare. Our admissions department is open 24/7 for free confidential assessments and referrals. We encourage appointments to expedite your visit; however, walk-ins are welcome. Please call 336-794-3550 for assistance or to make a referral or visit www.oldvineyardbhs.com.
3637 Old Vineyard Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27104