Mental Health Services and Addiction Medicine.
The Carter Clinic offers mental health services for adults, children, adolescents, and families whose problems interfere with daily life. If you need someone to talk to or want to know if medications can help, we are here for you. The Carter Clinic treats patients struggling with opiate dependency and addiction. Our medication-assisted treatment program is not appropriate for pain management patients. We prescribe Suboxone as part of a once-a-week strategy to help patients in their steps toward addiction recovery.
Life can be challenging. Feelings of anxiety, stress or depression are common responses to these challenges. And when they linger, you or someone you love may need professional help. At Novant Health, you are part of a connected system of care. From primary care doctors to specialists, our providers listen and support all your health needs, both physical and mental.
The mental health specialists at Novant Health are here for you 24/7 to help you regain control of your life. Our team of trained clinicians use a holistic approach to address your physical, emotional and behavioral health needs. We provide a variety of inpatient and outpatient services for children, adolescents and adults.
Treatment and support to live healthy, rewarding lives. Appropriate and timely care and attention for behavioral health illnesses will provide hope for tomorrow and restore quality living. Services are targeted to help people live healthier lives in mind, body, spirit and overall health, and to assist with a variety of issues — everything from depression and anxiety to serious mental illnesses. Encouraging, equipping and empowering patients and families to achieve whole person health.
Since we first began serving our community in 1962 in the old St. Luke's Hospital, we've grown right along with our region. Over the years, we've added new beds and new technology. Opening as the "ultra-modern" 100-bed Craven County Hospital in 1963, the 21st century CarolinaEast Medical Center is a 350-bed, multi-facility healthcare provider to the coastal Carolina region. Each year, we are privileged to have more than 400,000 opportunities to touch the lives of our neighbors.
While we may offer the same level of care that is usually found at larger medical centers in much larger cities, we have taken special care over the years to maintain our community feel. For more than 60 years, the families of coastal North Carolina have trusted us to take care of their most precious possession—their good health. We look forward to the next five decades and beyond...building on our history of caring and our tradition of progress.
Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of North Carolinians and others whom we serve. We accomplish this by providing leadership and excellence in the interrelated areas of patient care, education and research.
Brynn Marr Hospital is committed to providing the highest standard of psychiatric care to adults, adolescents, and children. Since 1983, our behavioral health therapists in Jacksonville, NC, have equipped patients with the skills they need to live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. We offer evidence-based treatment programs that address a number of issues, including grief, trauma, psychiatric disorders, and substance abuse problems. We strive to provide quality healthcare services that patients recommend to their family and friends and that providers choose for their patients. We create a safe and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds, ethnicities, sexual orientation, gender identify, and religious affiliation. Brynn Marr is a 102-bed hospital that serves children, adolescents and adults. We utilize therapy, programming and medication management as key resources of treatment. We partner with physicians and medical professionals who are an integral part of the care we provide to over 2,000 patients a year.
Mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression, can be life-altering for you or your loved ones. At Cone Health, we are committed to offering comprehensive and convenient behavioral health care to all of our patients – from young children to older adults. We offer the latest proven treatment options for those with mental illness, substance abuse issues and a range of other psychiatric health conditions.
At Cone Health, we treat pediatric, adolescent, adult and elder patients experiencing the following behavioral health issues:
- Addictions – including alcohol or drugs
- Anxiety disorders
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Bipolar Disorder
- Depression – including due to grief, loss, health issues or life transitions
- Mood disorders
- Postpartum depression
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Psychotic disorders
- Relationship issues - including marriage and parenting concerns
At Cone Health, we offer a range of inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services for children ages five years and older through elder adults. In addition, we offer group therapy for a range of conditions, including anxiety, depression, grief, and substance abuse. Also, we offer the most advanced treatments available, including transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and pharmacogenetics testing to help clinicians optimize patient medications.
The mission of Central Regional Hospital is to provide high quality, integrated, person centered treatment to children, adolescents and adults with psychiatric disorders with a focus on safety while promoting wellness and offering support to patients and their families consistent with the principles of recovery and trauma informed care. CRH's charges, including the "discounted cash charge," are not reflective of the amount that most patients are asked to pay. CRH does not deny anyone care based on ability to pay. All patients' charges for treatment services at CRH are based on a sliding scale according to ability to pay, and in some cases patients may pay nothing.
Cherry Hospital is an inpatient regional referral psychiatric hospital in Goldsboro, NC. As one of three psychiatric hospitals operated by the NC Department of Health and Human Services, Cherry Hospital provides services to 38 counties in the eastern region of North Carolina.
As a place of hope, care and recovery, Cherry Hospital has been working to improve the lives of those experiencing severe mental illness for more than a century. Cherry Hospital offers mental health services to adolescents, adults and geriatric patients. With a full staff of licensed psychiatrists as well as internal medicine, family medicine physicians and mid-level practitioners, the hospital provides short term care as well as long term care when necessary. Treatment is comprehensive and includes physical, diagnostic, an array of therapeutic approaches including individual, group, behavior, milieu therapy, occupational, recreational and creative arts therapies.
Julian F. Keith is one of three state operated North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Centers (ADATCs) specifically designed to provide medically-monitored detoxification/crisis stabilization, and short-term treatment, preparing adults with substance use and co-occurring disorders for ongoing community-based recovery services. Acute Care Unit for detox and crisis stabilization has 30 beds. Both involuntary and voluntary admissions are considered. The Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) is an inpatient-only program permitting patients to be treated using Medication Assisted Treatment (Methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol, etc.). The program requires existing enrollment with an outpatient MAT Provider or verification that the patient will have a MAT provider upon discharge and is well suited to patients with co-occurring SUDs. The Acute Rehabilitation Services (ARS) program consists of a full day of therapy groups, classes and activities to help the individual understand the addiction process, the impact of co-occurring mental health issues, and provide education/tools to begin the recovery process. Our acute rehabilitation treatment program generally lasts between 14 and 21 days, depending on the specific needs and progress of the individual. At discharge, individuals are referred for continuing treatment through local mental health providers and programs, self-help groups, and other outpatient resources. Important Note: JFK's charges, including the "discounted cash charge," are not reflective of the amount that most patients are asked to pay. JFK does not deny anyone care based on ability to pay. All patients' charges for treatment services at JFK are based on a sliding scale according to ability to pay, and in some cases patients may pay nothing. This applies both to patients who are solely responsible for the cost of the services and to cost-sharing amounts for patients who have insurance but may owe a co-pay, deductible, co-insurance, or other out-of-pocket amount.