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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..
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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.


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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 Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP), also known as Hope4NC worked with the Cumberland Disaster and Recovery Coalition to deploy outreach teams to Cumberland and Johnston Counti..
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The Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP), also known as Hope4NC worked with the Cumberland Disaster and Recovery Coalition to deploy outreach teams to Cumberland and Johnston Counties following the destruction and flooding of Hurricanes Matthew and Florence. The project, a partnership with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), offered short-term interventions that included coping strategies and emotional support to help disaster survivors manage the stress of their situations.


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The Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP), also known as Hope4NC worked with the Cumberland Disaster and Recovery Coalition to deploy outreach teams to Cumberland and Johnston Counties following the destruction and flooding of Hurricanes Matthew and Florence. The project, a partnership with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), offered short-term interventions that included coping strategies and emotional support to help disaster survivors manage the stress of their situations.


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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

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 e..
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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.


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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.


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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

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Alliance Surpasses CIT Training Milestone
November 22, 2019, marked Alliance Health’s 45th Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training in Durham, bringing the number of Durham first responders we have trained to 1075.

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Alliance and Johnston County Schools Wins Innovation Award
The Johnston Public Schools Safety Improvement Project, a partnership between Alliance and Johnston County Public Schools, was recently awarded a 2019 i2i Center for Integrative Health Innovation Award.

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Medical Travel Assistance Resource
Did you know that the Better Health of Cumberland County provides gas money for medical appointments for uninsured individuals? Learn more.

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