The i2i Center for Integrative Health needs your financial support to continue to convene stakeholders, develop issue-focused work groups, and identify solutions that address whole-person care and integrated services for citizens receiving MH/I-DD/SUD services.  Your support impacts the quality of care for people receiving mental health, individual-developmental disabilities and substance use disorder (MH/I-DD/SUD) services in North Carolina. TOGETHER, we can ensure that public-system transformation maintains its direction toward quality, whole-person care. 

i2i Center for Integrative Health is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Who We Are

i2i does not represent one particular group of individuals or professionals.  As a true non-partisan entity, our focus is on improving quality, whole person care in NC.  i2i is a trusted organization that is very well connected to the behavioral health/IDD world with over 35 years of experience. 


Your Leadership Counts

Donate to Support i2i’s Whole Person Care Activities

Annual Donors

Annual donor levels are geared toward large organizations that want to support and be part of leadership activities to shape and improve integrated care in North Carolina’s public system.

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Individual Donors

Individual donor levels are for individuals and families dedicated to quality care for individuals receiving MH/I-DD/SUD services in the public system. Donations can be made in honor of an individual or loved one and this will be noted as part of your contribution.

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To donate online, please create an account. You can select one of our donor levels or enter any amount in the Other Amount: box. Every donation helps us with our work, and we appreciate you.




Connecting Mental Health Consumers in their Communities with the statewide launch of I’m IN:  Community Inclusion that supports local inclusion programs for individuals with mental health needs. 

Supporting Individuals with I-DD and their families during Medicaid Change through education and the development of policy recommendations to improve navigation across the healthcare and I-DD service systems (Cross-System Navigation) 

Hosting Public Service System Medicaid Transformation Webinars to synthesize and describe state changes to Medicaid – over 1000 participants 

Bringing Together Public Health and Behavioral Health/Individual-Developmental Disability Care Providers for training and networking to prepare for and facilitate the successful integration of care 

Increasing Value-Based Care with a pilot project under development that expands value based provider contracts and supports whole person integrated care. 

Educating Child Mental Health Professionals on critical state & federal system changes impacting Care for Children, Youth & their Families in NC.

Supporting Child Behavioral Health Advocates with legislative activities and lobbying for better child care services.

Preparing Leaders for Whole Person Care by training and convening MH/IDD/SUD and healthcare leaders around integrated care issues at i2i conferences.  Participants include:  Private Managers of Care, Public Health Leaders, Behavioral Health Care Managers, Behavioral/I-DD Providers, Consumers, Family Members, Advocates, Legislators, Clinicians, Hospital Leaders and others.

Helping Stakeholders Understand Medicaid Transformation by summarizing NC DHHS state policy on Medicaid implementation changes into clear and concise information.

Facilitating Medicaid’s Integrated Care Transition with a statewide survey to gather feedback for NC DHHS on the State’s plan for the BH/I-DD Tailored Plan.

Marketing that Matters Sponsorship, Marketing & Advertising Opportunities

i2i offers Marketing that Matters, your organization will be supporting initiatives in North Carolina to improve integrated, whole person care while simultaneous offering you access to marketing opportunities you need to succeed in the changing environment.

2020 Sponsor Brochure

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Contact Jean Overstreet, Development and Communications Director: or 919.657.0580