ACI-Dungarvin, formerly known as ACI Support Specialists, LLC which was established in 2004, is committed to providing quality, person-centered services and supports to individuals with developmental disabilities, mental health challenges, and other special needs. It is ACI-Dungarvin’s mission to enhance the lives of the people we serve. We are dedicated to providing the best services possible through an organizational culture that holds steadfast to these principles. ACI-Dungarvin utilizes a person-centered program model that emphasizes participant self-determination and individual choice. As an organization, we have adopted a philosophy of continuous improvement in an environment where staff and participants are seen as equals.
Alexander Youth Network provides quality professional treatment to children with serious emotional and behavioral problems. We deliver an effective and efficient array of services, enabling children and their families to exercise self-determination, achieve their potential, and become positive contributors to society.
Created by the Mecklenburg County ABC Board, Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center is a non-profit organization that has been providing services to the Charlotte community since 1958. Whether you are seeking services for yourself or a loved one, have questions about your child’s behavior, or need training for yourself or your staff, Anuvia can help you. Our services include prevention, intervention, DWI/court, assessment, detoxification, outpatient treatment, and inpatient treatment.
Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization that brings families together and keeps families together. Our services include adoption, foster care, and pregnancy counseling. We also provide counseling to families, assist refugees and immigrants resettling in the U.S., and partner with several international countries to help keep families together.
Cape Fear Group Homes provides opportunities for individuals so they may reach their fullest potential.
We believe each of the individuals we serve possess unique gifts. It is through this belief that we fulfill our mission. We are fully committed to assisting each individual in the search for his or her GIFT. We know that when individuals learn to utilize their GIFTs, they will reach their optimal potential. Read more.
Founded in 1975, CARING for Children was originally based on a community need to provide emergency shelter care to children who had been removed from their homes by the local Department of Social Services due to abuse and neglect. Over four decades later, CARING for Children has evolved into an organization with diverse programs and services that meet the needs of more than 1,800 children and families annually.
The Children’s Center of Northwest North Carolina offers a wide range of programs that support the prevention, intervention and treatment of child abuse. In addition, the Children’s Center provides services for neglected and at-risk youth. The Center operates two residential cottages—one in Surry County and another in Yadkin County—and serves families from across all Northwest North Carolina.
Children’s Home Society meets the complex needs of North Carolina’s children and families by providing a broad spectrum of programs and services. While we have been known for our adoption services, CHS also provides post adoption services, foster care, parenting education, family preservation, teen pregnancy prevention and family finding services.
Children’s Hope Alliance is the combination of Barium Springs and Grandfather Home for Children joining forces to serve children and families throughout North Carolina. Our comprehensive services and programs are designed to give hope to our clients by providing a safe home, healing their hurt and encouraging a healthy start.
Easterseals UCP works side-by-side with adults and children who are managing disabilities and mental health challenges. We serve as a nurse, a therapist, a social worker, a job counselor, a teacher, a psychologist, a caregiver and a compassionate friend all rolled into one. Our purpose is to help neighbors in need achieve better days and live their best possible life.
We minister to the spiritual, physical, emotional, and educational needs of the children that have been placed in our care. Ebenezer Christian Children’s Home believes all children have the right to be protected from abuse, to be treated with respect, to have people that listen to them, to have people that care for them, and have a safe and nurturing place to grow up and have their needs met and the support they need to achieve their goals.
Our vision is for all children to have a safe place to laugh, play, and dream.
Echelon Care is committed to establishing therapeutic relationships both with families, and other providers that share a similar passion for promoting the future of children. At all times the children’s best interest are our top priority. We believe in empowering the consumers and their families, giving them tools that can last them for a lifetime. We recognize that with children it is necessary to teach them to become disinterested in old negative habits and excited about new healthy habits and ideas. This process is one that we are familiar with, and one that we teach utilizing the most recent and successful evidenced based practices. Among our goals is to teach a child that by approaching and looking at life and decisions through a different perspective, they will increase their opportunities for success.
Eliada’s mission is Helping Children Succeed. We provide a cradle to career continuum of services for over 700 children and youth annually. In partnership with families, we meet basic needs and provide positive child and youth development programming to all ages. We also have high level intervention and prevention services for children and adolescents that focus on social and emotional well being, life skills development, career readiness, and trauma informed treatment. Eliada maintains a 5-Star Child Development Center (child care, prek, afterschool, and summer camp), Residential and Day Treatment mental health programs, Foster Care services, and Workforce Development programming.
Founded in 1882, KidsPeace provides a unique psychiatric hospital; a comprehensive range of residential treatment programs; accredited educational services; and a variety of foster care and community-based treatment programs to help people in need overcome challenges and transform their lives. KidsPeace provides emotional and physical health care and educational services in an atmosphere of teamwork, compassion and creativity.
At Methodist Home for Children, we provide safe, stable homes where children can thrive and live to their full, God-given potential. While not always traditional, an MHC home is where child and family are equipped to succeed. We build on strengths, nurturing hopes and goals, and prepare all in our care to shape their own futures.
October Road is dedicated to providing full access to those who need our services, as well as making sure that each person’s needs are met based on evidence-based treatment methods, comprehensive service planning, and tracking outcome measures. We work and contract with a variety of local and state agencies who conduct compliance and outcome studies for our clinical services. These studies help us continuously improve so that we can provide the most effective and successful services to our clients.
Phoenix Counseling Center provides a full range of services that help individuals and families overcome life’s challenges. Addiction, recovery is achieved through abstinence, and medication management and education, along with therapy and support groups. Phoenix staff is trained to deal with crisis situations ranging from acute psychiatric symptoms to dangerous behaviors resulting from drug or alcohol use.
PRIDE provides a community-based network of services designed to serve an individual’s needs in the least restrictive and most appropriate setting. Services are developed based upon the premise that programs should be as flexible and unrestrictive as the individual’s needs allow. Additionally, these services should change as the needs of the individual changes.
Progressive Care Services, Inc. serves the distinctive needs of their clients to provide evidence-based mental health services while promoting the professional development of faculty. They are committed to providing quality services in a therapeutic environment, with concern and passion for one’s personal development.
Riverbend Services strives to provide integrated, culturally competent services that yield data driven outcomes promoting personal dignity, growth, self-respect, and integration in the community. The provide a system of care that is designed to meet the needs of persons served.
Support, Inc. was founded in 2001, after several years of planning and preparation, and began its operations in July 2002. Our agency provides a continuum of services for children and adults. The founding members founded the organization on the basic principle that MH/DD/SA services should be provided in a manner that promotes the respect and dignity of all served consumers. Support, Inc. has been nationally accredited through CARF since 2008.
Waynesboro Family Clinic specializes in a relatively brief therapy, on the average 10-12 sessions, utilizing state licensed, Christian-oriented, mental health practitioners from all disciplines including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, and substance abuse counselors.
Youth Focus, Inc. is a non-profit United Way agency dedicated to helping young people and their families learn to deal with today’s pressures. A powerful collaboration of medical professionals, therapists, law enforcement, administrators, businesses, and volunteers, helping solve young people’s diverse problems.
Benchmarks is an alliance of nationally accredited agencies committed to providing quality care, leadership, and accountability in services to children, adults and families in North Carolina. Member agencies of Benchmarks deliver a broad continuum of behavioral health, child welfare, education, development disabilities and residential support services.