Alliance is governed by a talented and diverse Board of Directors responsible for comprehensive planning, budgeting, implementing, and monitoring of community-based mental health, intellectual and developmental disability, and substance use services to meet the needs of individuals from Durham, Wake, Cumberland, and Johnston counties.
Through our network of providers, our use of innovative approaches, and our commitment to our communities, we work every day to improve the health and well-being of the people we serve.
Board and Committee Meeting Schedule
All Board and Board Committee meetings are held at the Alliance home office unless otherwise noted on the Alliance calendar of events and the 2021 Board and Board Committee Meeting Schedule and are open to the public.
Board of Directors
First Thursday of the month at 4:00 pm
Third Monday of each month at 4:00 pm
First Thursday of the month at from 3:00-4:00 pm (except May, June, and December starting at 2:30pm)
Audit and Compliance Committee
Fourth Wednesday of February, May, August, and November at 4:00 pm.
Network Development and Services Committee
Second Wednesday in March, June, September, and December at 4:00 pm
Quality Management Committee
First Thursday of the month at 1:00 pm
Human Rights Committee
Second Thursday of January, April, July, and October at 4:00 pm
Board Minutes & Agendas
Now is a critical time to make a difference in public behavioral healthcare as both the federal government and our state legislature consider how to design and fund critically important services for individuals in our communities.
Board member candidates must have a passion for helping people and the community at large. Individuals currently being sought with technical expertise in the following areas:
Physicians with experience in the fields of behavioral health, substance abuse services and/or integrated care.
- Health care administration.
- Data analytics, statistics, IT strategy.
- Public and/or government relations.
- Insurance expertise consistent with the scale and nature of Alliance/managed care.
Employees or family members of employees or volunteers of provider agencies or vendors contracted with Alliance, or persons with a financial interest or ownership in any such agency or vendor, are not eligible to serve. All appointments to the Alliance Board are made by the respective boards of county commissioners.
The Alliance Board meets monthly. Meetings take place each quarter at one of the community offices; otherwise, meetings occur at the Home office in Morrisville. Board members also participate in two-three subcommittees based on their expertise and interests. Most Board members dedicate between six-10 hours per month to Board activities, and more if they serve on special projects.