We continue to build on our history of developing high-value partnerships with community organizations, providers, individuals and families.
By forging stronger bonds across disciplines, acting with a collaborative spirit in all we do and working as one, we are able to make a more meaningful impact in our communities and people’s lives.
The Hope4NC Helpline (1-855-587-3463) connects North Carolinians to additional mental health and resilience supports that help them cope and build resilience during times of crisis. It is available to everyone in North Carolina’s 100 counties during the COVID-19 crisis. Hope4NC includes a Crisis Counseling Program tailored for COVID-19, which will provide immediate crisis counseling services to individuals affected by the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis.
Help is available 24/7.
Through a partnership with the Johnston County Public School System and with the help of a school safety grant, Alliance has created the Johnston Kids in Crisis campaign. The campaign was created to educate parents and caregivers on the warning signs of teenage depression, anxiety and substance use. The campaign includes billboards throughout Johnston County, posters in all the schools and rack cards available in English and Spanish to students, families and school personnel.
“Partnering with Alliance Health to promote our “Kids in Crisis” campaign has made a long-lasting impact on our school district. I’m so thankful for the close partnership we’ve established with Alliance Health and I look forward to continuing our work together for years to come!”
Amanda Allen, Executive Director of Social and Emotional Learning, Johnston County Schools
Hear from three of our staff members about their experiences with the COVID-19 vaccine, their thoughts on why some are hesitant, and why they ultimately chose to get vaccinated. #FindYourSpot #TakeYourShot #COVID #MentalHealth #PoweredByPeoplepartner and start a new initiative!
Erica Asbury is a Member Engagement Specialist at Alliance Health. As a parent of a child who had developmental disabilities, she knows first hand how important the resources are, that Alliance Health offers.
This series of six trainings will give you basic tools needed to support the people we serve with the dignity and respect they deserve, to improve our communities by allowing them to experience all of their citizens’ different gifts, to have inclusive neighborhoods that embrace the value of every member.
Alliance Health is now pleased to offer both Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid virtually. This virtual learning experience includes two hours of self-paced learning followed by four hours of virtual live instruction. Register now to attend one of our upcoming classes.