Mission: The primary purpose of catawba valley behavioral healthcare is to be a direct service provider for developmentally disabled and/or mentally ill adults. Direct client services include residential group home care, psychiatric, medical and other outpatient functions, as well as life skills, independent living and vocational training opportunities.
Programs: Residential services: this program provides housing to assist adults with developmental and/or mental disabilities to live as independently as possible in their own communities.
life skills day treatment: this program provides adult daily living skills and pre-vocational training opportunities for individuals with severe or profound developmental disabilities. The program is designed to assist individuals who need special help to develop basic work, social and daily living skills.
clinical care: this program provides screening, clinical assessment and psychiatric evaluation for individuals with mental illness. Medication management and therapy are also provided.
connections is a psychosocial rehabilitation clubhouse for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Connections has 4 working units - kitchen, snack bar, employment, and clerical. Within these units, members and staff work together to do the necessary and meaningful work of the clubhouse. Connections offers a variety of employment opportunities and also provides opportunity for education and socialization. $497,859the actt program provides highly specialized case management and treatment services for challenging to severe consumers. These services are provided outside of the office setting and are continuous and long term. $848,870mobile crisis & emergency services programs (crisis services)help clients in short-term crisis situations involving psychological & emotional distress. $298,140peer support: a program of staff or volunteers who are in their own recovery process. They assist people with mental health/substance abuse issues to identify, obtain and achieve life goals as a part of their own recovery process. $54,229integrated care: a program established at cvbh to provide primary care to patients who are also receiving behavioral health services. The goal is to provide primary medical and behavioral health services to patients in one office location. $171,382burke hub: a program used to track expenditures made related to an integrated care program that is operated by five providers that offer a variety of services from primary care, substance abuse and behavioral services. This program tracks cvbh's expenditures related to that venture. $116,716jail services: this program funds peer staff and a licensed staff that provide services to inmates in the lincoln, catawba and burke jail facilities to assist them with obtaining services/support when release from jail. $128,218duke indigent care: a grant program to provide primary care with a behavioral diagnosis who are uninsured or underinsured. $129,498