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Referring Providers

Resources: Crisis Care

 

**If there is a medical or life threatening emergency call 911** 

If the police are needed, request a CIT officer, they are specially trained to handle crisis de-escalation. 

 

Mobile crisis teams, walk in clinics and 24/7 phone lines for each county in NC. 
http://crisissolutionsnc.org/

Higher Level Care:

Resources for Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, and surrounding areas  

Eating Disorder Care

Schizophrenia Care

  • UNC Wake STEP Clinic (Raleigh) – 919-445-0350 – unc.med.edu 
  • STEP Clinic at Carr Mill (Carrboro) – 919-445-0351 – unc.med.edu

Resources for Charlotte, Concord, and surrounding areas

Eating Disorder Care

Resources for WilsonFayetteville, and surrounding areas  

  • Carolina Outreach (Kinston) – 252-624-3300 – carolinaoutreach.com 
  • Carolina Outreach (Fayetteville) – 910-438-0939carolinaoutreach.com 
  • Carolina Outreach (Wilson) – 252-291-2200carolinaoutreach.com 
  • Coastal SouthEastern United Care (Wilmington) – 910-769-4971 – cseuc.org 
  • Coastal SouthEastern United Care (Columbus County) – 910-640-2230cseuc.org 
  • Coastal SouthEastern United Care (Robeson & Scotland County) – 910-521-0092cseuc.org 
  • Coastal SouthEastern United Care (Shalotte) – 910-755-5222cseuc.org 
  • Coastal SouthEastern United Care (Bolivia) – 910-253-5801cseuc.org 
  • Coastal SouthEastern United Care (Bladenboro) – 910-863-4000cseuc.org 

Resources for Asheville and surrounding areas

  • Meridian Behavioral Health Services (Haywood/Buncombe) – 828-492-0660 – meridianbhs.org
  • Meridian Behavioral Health Services (Jackson/Macon/Swain) – 828-631-3973 – meridianbhs.org
  • Meridian Behavioral Health Services (Cherokee/Clay/Graham) – 828-837-7466 – meridianbhs.org
  • RHA Health Services (Asheville) – 888-974-2937 – rhahealthservices.org
  • Family Preservation Services (Asheville) – 828-225-3100 – pathways.com
  • ABCCM Medical Ministry (Asheville) – 828-259-5339 – abccm.org
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