The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals in and around the Fayetteville area find resources in our community.
If you have a service-focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at [email protected].
Provides services for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse to adolescents in the community. Parenting and family strengthening activities are offered. Substance abuse prevention services are offered. Substance abuse prevention services are offered to both adults and youth, significant others, and family members. Substance abuse treatment is offered to adolescents, both court adjudicated and non-adjudicated adolescents in Cumberland County.
Alcohol and other substance abuse addiction is a preventable and treatable chronic disease. Intervention in the lives of people suffering from addiction through the family, education or workplace, criminal justice system and community-at-large works, and sustains recovery. Twelve Step groups play a key role in providing personal and group support, substance-free environment, and evidence-based strategies required for on-going abstinence in the lives of many people who recover from addiction.
Alliance Health is the (MCO) Managed Care Organization for behavioral healthcare for citizens of Cumberland, Durham, Johnston and Wake Counties. Our goal is to assist with access to services and resources for Mental Health, Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Substance Use Disorder Services. When experiencing a mental health or substance use disorder issue or crisis, you can call our 24-hour Access and Information Line for assistance. Call (800)510-9132
Address: Home office – 5200 W. Paramount Parkway, Morrisville, NC 27560
Cumberland office – 711 Executive Place, Fayetteville, NC 28305
Johnston office – 521 N. Brightleaf Blvd., Smithfield, NC 27577
Phone: All offices – 919-651-8401
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30AM-5:15PM
Alliance Access and Information Line:
Answered by Qualified Professionals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
Telephone screenings and enrollment of individuals for MH/SUD/IDD Services.
Information on community resources and services for behavioral health.
Crisis intervention by telephone or arrangements for emergency face-to face assessment
Referral for services, by choice, to Alliance’s local network of providers
Subject Categories:, System of Care, Care Review, Traumatic Brain Injury, Crisis and Assessment Services, Alliance for Action on Opioids, (AllianceForAction.org), Reaching Out and Connecting to Care, Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid Training, Housing Resources: A Foundation for Recovery, Alliance Consumer and Family Advisory Committee (CFAC), Individual Living Initiatives, Transition to Community Living (TCLI)
ASAP offers outpatient Biopsychosocial-spiritual assessments, diagnosis and treatment recommended for Active Duty Soldiers on Fort Bragg. *There are five ASAP locations in Fort Bragg.
Two halfway houses, and one 3/4 house, that provide assistance to alcoholics and drug- and chemical-dependent men. Accommodations for 24 people at the halfway houses and 7 at the 3/4 house. Assists with finding work and general recovery. Works with ESC and local businesses; offers vocational rehabilitation services. Accepts donations of cash, commodities, food, clothing, appliances, and furniture. Will try to arrange pickup of large items. A thrift Store is located on 1418 Clinton Rd. Counseling handled through CC Mental Health and the VA Medical Center.
Provides resources and tools to assist young children with disabilities to participate in daily activity with greater ease and independence. These tools range from simple aids to sophisticated equipment specifically designed to help children learn and develop.
Provides hospital services including psychiatric treatment for children, adolescents, and adults in crisis. Services include inpatient care, partial hospitalization, and residential treatment. Treatment includes medication management as needed; individual, family and group therapy; activities therapy and education. Parents are encouraged to participate in treatment and parenting classes. Serves children ages 5 to 17 years old.
Emergency financial assistance up to $200/year for prescription drugs, medical supplies, dental extractions, medical equipment, vision services, orthotics and prosthetics, and gas money for out-of-town medical appointments. Diabetic management services including monitoring clinics, classes, and exercise. Eat Smart, Move More, a program of healthy living taught to church or civic groups. Medical equipment loan: wheelchairs, walkers, bath assisting devices, bedside commodes, other. Closed for lunch from 12-1PM