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Directory of

Mental Health Services

For Residents of Yancey County

Revised January 14, 2011

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Dear Community Member,

In response to your requests, we have created this

directory of mental health services for Yancey County.

We have tried to make it as comprehensive as possible

but it is a difficult task to keep up with all of the changes

in the mental health system.

If you are not finding what you are looking for, we

encourage you to call Western Highlands Network at

1-800-671-6560, or visit

www.westernhighlands.org

.

They are a great resource for navigating the mental

health system.

We will keep an updated version of this directory on our

website at

www.healthyyancey.org

. If you know of any

services that should be included or that are no longer

available, please contact us at 828-682-7899 or email

gchs@trhd.dst.nc.us

so that we can update the directory.

We are working hard to keep our community a healthy

one. Mental health is an important component in the

overall health of our community. We hope this guide is

helpful as you seek out various services.

In Good Health,

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Section I: Services for Adults and Children

with Developmental Disabilities,

including access to CAP-MR* Waiver Services

Note: To access the services in this section, contact the

Access Unit of Western Highlands Network (828-225-2800).

All individuals and families seeking services will be assigned a DD/CAP-MR case manager who will work with locally-based providers to establish contact with the individuals and families and create a personal care plan leading to the start of services.

DD AND CAP-MRSERVICES LOCATED IN YANCEY COUNTY:

CNC Access, Inc. DBA Rescare

1049 U.S. Hwy 19E Bldg, 13-14, Burnsville 828-678-9116

Mountain Area Community Service

371 West U.S. Hwy, 19E, Burnsville 828-682-9600

NC Outreach Homecare LLC

24 North Main St., Burnsville 828-682-2220

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DD AND CAP-MRSERVICES IN YANCEY COUNTY (CONTINUED): Yancey Residential Services, Inc.

414 E. Main Street, Burnsville 828-682-4944

REGIONAL DD AND CAP-MRSERVICES

AVAILABLE TO YANCEY COUNTY RESIDENTS:

Advantage Home and Community Care

205 Locust Avenue, Spruce Pine 1-828-765-9373

Liberty Corners Enterprises

147 Coxe Avenue, Asheville 1-828-254-9917

Cardinal Case Mgt.

31 Cross Street, Spruce Pine 1-828-765-4668

ARC of North Carolina

22 Garfield St., Asheville 838-354-4771

Plans for Life

119 Twin Springs Road, Hendersonville 828-687-9303

Skills Creations

172 Asheland Avenue, Asheville 828-232-0091

Universal Mental Health

1340 Patton Ave # H, Asheville 828-225-4980

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Section II: Services for Adults and Youth with

Substance Abuse Issues

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES LOCATED IN YANCEY COUNTY:

ARP - Addiction Recovery & Prevention Services

72 Blue Ridge Lane, Burnsville 828-682-2111

(Individual, Family & Group Therapy - Adult and Youth services)

Teen Health Connection

Mountain Heritage High School 828-208-3173

(School based mental health Center for Assessments, Treatment and Crisis Intervention)

REGIONAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

AVAILABLE TO YANCEY COUNTY RESIDENTS:

Mountain Area Recovery Center

283 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville 828-252-8748

(Opiate/Methadone Treatment—self-pay)

Crossroads Treatment Center

6 Roberts Rd (Sweeten Creek Rd), Asheville 828-505-3086

(Opiate/Methadone Treatment—self-pay)

McLeod Addictive Disease Center

117 West Medical Court, Marion 828-659-3966

(Opiate/Methadone Treatment—self-pay)

Western Carolina Treatment Center

573 Merrimon Ave, Asheville 828-251-1478

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REGIONAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES (CONTINUED) Mountain Treatment Center

260 Merrimon Ave, Suite 100, Asheville 828-255-8655

(Outpatient—self-pay)

Asheville Institute

70 Woodfin Place, Suite 232, Asheville 828-253-7066

(Outpatient—Clinical Assessments, self-pay)

Nancy Mercer, SA counselor

(Asheville-Based) 929-713-6697

First Step Farm of WNC

215 Black Oak Cove Road, Candler 828-665-5604

(Six Month Residential Rehabilitation Services.)

Swain Recovery Center (PDFNC)

932 Old Highway 70, Black Mountain 828-669-4161

(Six Weeks Residential Treatment Services.)

October Road

119 Tunnel Road, Suite B., Asheville 828-350-1000

(Outpatient Treatment, ACTT*)

POC Day Treatment (PDFNC)

35 Orange Street, Asheville 828-350-8343

(Day Treatment Services for Women)

Narconon Arrowhead

1-800-468-6933

(Nationwide Addiction Counseling Referral Service)

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REGIONAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES (CONTINUED)

TASC Program (PDFNC)

370 North Louisiana, Asheville 828-210-0540

(Services to those in Criminal Justice System)

Julian F. Keith ADATC

201 Tabernacle Road, Black Mountain 828-257-6200

(28 day Rehabilitation; Detoxification)

Neil Dobbins Center

177 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville 828-253-5306

(Detoxification; Adult Crisis Services.)

Western Carolinians for Criminal Justice

218 Patton Avenue, Asheville 828-252-2485

(Services for Women in Criminal Justice System)

Universal Mental Health

1340 Patton Ave # H, Asheville 828 225-4980

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Section III: Mobile Crisis Management Services

for Adults and Children

MOBILE CRISIS MANAGEMENT SERVICES

AVAILABLE TO YANCEY COUNTY RESIDENTS: Families Together

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Section IV: Services for Adults

With Mental Illness

SERVICES FOR ADULTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

LOCATED IN YANCEY COUNTY:

RHA Health Services

72 Blue Ridge Lane, Burnsville 828-682-2111

• Comprehensive Clinical Assessment • Medication Management

• Individual Therapy/Group Therapy

• Community Support/Community Support Team • Emergency & Crisis walk-in

CNC Access, Inc.

1049 U.S. Hwy 19E Bldg, 13-14, Burnsville 828-678-9116

• Comprehensive Clinical Assessment • Community Support Team

Yancey Counseling Center

10 North Main Street, Burnsville 828-682-1551

• Counseling for Adults • Family and couples therapy

Family Support Network

828-682-4772

• Families of children with emotional & behavioral problems

• Families with disabled, chronically ill or premature children

• Families in grief over the loss of a child or children

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SERVICES FOR ADULTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

LOCATED IN YANCEY COUNTY (CONTINUED):

Carolina Counseling

205 Locust Street, Spruce Pine 828-766-7756

Hospice of Yancey County

856 Georges Ford Rd., Burnsville 828-682-9675

(Grief Counseling Group)

Memory Care

856 Georges Ford Rd., Burnsville 828-771-2219

(Treatment & Support for Families affected by Alzheimer’s and other Memory Disorders (Physician Referral Required)

REGIONAL SERVICES FOR ADULTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS:

Aurora Behavioral Health

517-B Altapass Rd, Spruce Pine 828-766-7637

New River Mental Health Center

360 Beech Street, Newland 828-733-4357; 866-333-8545

Universal Mental Health

1340 Patton Ave # H, Asheville (828) 225-4980

(Therapy and Community Support)

Mental Illness Support Groups (Asheville):

National Alliance on Mental Illness Western NC

(NAMIWNC)

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Section V: Services for Children

with Mental Illness

RHA Health Services

72 Blue Ridge Lane, Burnsville 828-682-2111

• Comprehensive Clinical Assessment • Intensive In-Home

Yancey Counseling Center

10 North Main Street, Burnsville 828-682-1551

• Family/Children Services

Families Together

10 North Main Street, Burnsville 877-258-0037

• Comprehensive Clinical Assessment • Intensive In-Home

• Outpatient Therapy

East Yancey and Cane River Middle School Student Health Centers

(One-on-one counseling for students and their families. Available two days per week during the school year. Available to students and their families

regardless of ability to pay.)

Teen Health Connection

Mountain Heritage High School 828-208-3173

(School based mental health Center for Assessment, Treatment, and Crisis Intervention)

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Section VI: Self-Help Groups / 12-Step Programs

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Higgins Methodist Church

Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays, 8:00 p.m.

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 12:00 noon Hispanic A.A. (314 W. Main Street)

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:00 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:00 noon

Newdale Presbyterian Church Saturdays, 8 p.m.

Narcotics Anonymous

Higgins Methodist Church Sundays, 8:00 p.m. Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m.

Al Anon (Al Anon helps families and friends of alcoholics

recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend.

First Presbyterian Church Mondays, 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, 10:00 a.m.

Alzheimer's Association - Mountain Area Family Support Group

Senior Center (10 Swiss Ave.-2nd floor) Third Monday of each month, 2:00 p.m.

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R

EGIONAL

S

UPPORT

G

ROUPS

:

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group

Senior Center (10 Swiss Ave.)

Third Tuesday of each month, 1:00 p.m.

Blind Support Group

Spruce Pine First Baptist Church

Second Wednesday of each month, 10:00 a.m.

Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group

Spruce Pine United Methodist Church First Tuesday of each month, 7:00 p.m.

R

EGIONAL

12-S

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ONTACTS

:

Asheville A.A. District Office: 800-524-0465 Asheville Al Anon: 828-281-1566 National Office, Al Anon: 888-425-2566 Asheville Alateen office: 828-645-2881

(Alateen is part of Al-Anon, and is a recovery program for young people. Alateen groups are sponsored by Al-Anon members).

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Section VII: Telephone hot-line services

Grief recovery helpline: 800-445-4808 Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233 Suicide Hotline: 800-784-2433 Alcohol and drug hotline: 800-234-0246 Hopeline of North Carolina: 877-345-4525

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About Healthy Yancey…

Healthy Yancey is a partnership of concerned citizens working

together to improve the quality of health for all people in

Yancey County. The Healthy Yancey partnership is certified by

the Governor's Task Force for Healthy Carolinians.

Based on the 2009 Community Health Assessment,

Healthy Yancey now has 3 main focus areas:

1. Lifestyle Choices,

Including obesity prevention,

nutrition education and physical activity.

2. Access to Care,

Including the high cost and lack of health insurance.

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