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Check out the variety of services available for specific needs. Services for each county are organized into regions based on Local Management Entities (LME) and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS).

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Pizza and movie nights at the farm, bowling, cooking classes, art, music & dance, gardening, holiday events, restaurant outings, volunteer days
Service Areas: Wake
Phone: (919) 629-7500
Have you ever wanted to make things better for people with disabilities? Do you believe that people with disabilities have important things to teach others? Would you like to learn how to be a leader? If you answered yes, then the ALP-NC training program is for you. ALP-NC is a new class for people with and without disabilities. We will teach you how to be an advocate and leader for the disability community. You will work together with other advocates to make things better for people with disabilities.
Service Areas: Statewide
Phone: Local: 919-856-2195
At Able Transition, we provide a range of services, from transition support, person-centered planning, long-term care planning, to, school transition services, skill building support, transition planning, and more.
Service Areas: Durham, Orange, Wake
Door to door & curb to curb services
Service Areas: Guilford
Phone: 336-373-CITY (2489)
Support for adults with ID/DD and sibling care partners: natural supports education, community networking, assistance for navigating Medicaid funded services, peer support and coaching
Service Areas: Durham, Statewide
Phone: 704-916-9869
Offers free courses to adults with disabilities who have the adaptive and academic skills for a college classroom. This program works on reading, writing, math, and computer literacy skills.
Service Areas: Alamance
Phone: (336) 578-1987
Offers a variety of integrative certificate programs. Areas of study include greenhouse assistant, automotive assistant, health/public services, and employability skills. Curriculum provides a foundation for transitioning into a career or additional coursework.
Service Areas: Alamance
Phone: Timmy Haith (336)-506-4384 Monica Isbell (336)-506-4130
These programs are open and inclusive to people of all abilities ages 8+ (16 and under require adult supervision)
Service Areas: Alamance
Phone: 336-570-6760
funding and referrals for employment services (& many other community based services)
Service Areas: Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, Mecklenburg, Orange, Wake
Phone: (800) 510-9132
The Alliance Consumer and Family Advisory Committee, or CFAC, is made up of consumers and family members who receive mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and substance use/addiction services. CFAC is a self-governing committee that serves as an advisor to Alliance administration and the Board of Directors. State statutes charge CFAC with the following responsibilities: Review, comment on and monitor the implementation of the local business plan Identify service gaps and underserved populations Make recommendations regarding the service array and monitor the development of additional services Review and comment on the Alliance budget Participate in all quality improvement measures and performance indicators Submit findings and recommendations to the State Consumer and Family Advisory Committee regarding ways to improve the delivery of mental health, intellectual/other developmental disabilities, and substance use/addiction services.
Service Areas: Alliance Health, Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, Mecklenburg, Orange, Wake
Flex Funds are intended to supplement informal/volunteer resources and to improve a person’s quality of life and inclusion in the community. These funds should be requested to assist with an individual’s social drivers of health as it relates to engagement and self-management. Individual MUST be enrolled in a Mental Health, Developmental Disability, and/or Substance Use (MH/DD/SU) treatment service managed by Alliance.
Service Areas: Alliance Health, Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, Mecklenburg, Orange, Wake
Community Networking Transportation - Code H2015 U2It is a service billed on a per trip charge. Interested families should contact their assigned Alliance Care Manager to request this service. Just like all other services, it will need to go through the UM (Utilization Management) approval process and approval/funding amount is determined case by case. Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (Modivcare) can used to and from Physical and Behavioral Heath appointments.
Service Areas: Alliance Health, Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, Mecklenburg, Orange, Wake
Phone: For Modvicare: 855-759-9600. For community networking transportation, contact your assigned case manager.
ADA strives to enable people to with any disabilities to fully participate in their communities without boundaries in the Raleigh-Durham and surrounding area. They offer advocacy, disaster response, independent living services, information and referrals, peer support, reentry, and transition support.
Service Areas: Durham, Wake
Phone: Phone: 919-833-1117 TTY: 919-833-1171
Comprehensive training program designed to teach seniors and people with disabilities the skills they need to travel safely and independently on fixed-route public transportation
Service Areas: Chatham, Wake
Phone: ‭(919) 833-1171‬
Intense student support program for students with executive function challenges. As-U-R offers accountability, community, drop-in and appointment based support, seminars, study materials, learning assistance, and weekly mentor meetings
Service Areas: Watauga
Phone: 828-262-6332
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